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Despite Our Differences


Download links and information about Despite Our Differences. This album was released in 2006 and it belongs to Rock, Folk Rock, Rock & Roll, Alternative, Songwriter/Lyricist, Contemporary Folk genres. It contains 13 tracks with total duration of 47:45 minutes.

Release date: 2006
Genre: Rock, Folk Rock, Rock & Roll, Alternative, Songwriter/Lyricist, Contemporary Folk
Tracks: 13
Duration: 47:45
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No. Title Length
1. Pendulum Swinger (Indigo Girls) 3:40
2. Little Perennials (Indigo Girls) 2:50
3. I Believe In Love (Indigo Girls) 3:40
4. Three County Highway (Indigo Girls) 3:44
5. Run (Indigo Girls) 4:02
6. Rock and Roll Heaven's Gate (Indigo Girls) 3:14
7. Lay My Head Down (Indigo Girls) 4:20
8. Money Made You Mean (Indigo Girls) 2:22
9. Fly Away (Indigo Girls) 3:20
10. Dirt and Dead Ends (Indigo Girls) 5:26
11. All the Way (Indigo Girls) 3:45
12. They Won't Have Me (Indigo Girls) 3:08
13. Last Tears (Indigo Girls) 4:14



After twenty years together the Indigo Girls resemble a married couple who fell in love when both were very young and who have grown together as musicians while developing a strong sense of individual taste and range. Amy Ray is the scrappy fighter, Saliers is the reflective folkie, yet both reserve the right to switch roles without warning. The Girls recorded Despite Our Differences in a month and a half with producer Mitchell Froom (Richard Thompson, Paul McCartney), who captures their harmonies and uncomplicated arrangements without his usual tendency towards left-field experiments and subversive tonal shifts. And if anything, he captures more of their energy than any previous album. “Lay My Head Down” pounds forth from the speakers with the enthusiasm of a song being played for the first time, while the duo sound like an energetic garage band in their pairing with pop star Pink for “Rock and Roll Heaven’s Gate.” And they’ve never been shy telling people what they think as “Money Made You Mean” bears out.