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Treble & Tremble


Download links and information about Treble & Tremble by Earlimart. This album was released in 2004 and it belongs to Rock, Indie Rock, Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 14 tracks with total duration of 46:40 minutes.

Artist: Earlimart
Release date: 2004
Genre: Rock, Indie Rock, Pop, Alternative
Tracks: 14
Duration: 46:40
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No. Title Length
1. Hold On Slow Down 1:40
2. First Instant Last Report 2:27
3. The Hidden Track 4:12
4. Sounds 2:42
5. The Valley People 0:39
6. All They Ever Do Is Talk 3:56
7. A Bell and a Whistle 2:40
8. Broke the Furniture 3:28
9. Unintentional Tape Manipulations 5:55
10. Heaven Adores You 3:43
11. 808 Crickets 0:49
12. Tell the Truth, Pts. 1 & 2 5:30
13. It's Okay to Think About Ending 5:00
14. Self Preservation Society (Bonus Track) 3:59



Earlimart's later work has been worlds away from its early efforts, and with Treble & Tremble, songwriter Aaron Espinoza seems to find a comfortable ground for which he was always looking. Somewhere between the intriguing introspection of Elliott Smith and the lush indie pop of Grandaddy (the record was co-produced by the latter's Jim Fairchild), Earlimart continues on the same path as Everyone Down Here. Reflecting his troublesome times leading up to the album (death of a friend, breakup with girlfriend), his matured writing gives way to loss and love ("Unintentional Tape Manipulations"), held in a cradle of warm keyboard and acoustic guitar. Some moments are upbeat indie pop ("The Hidden Track" and "Sounds"), but most of this is dreamy despite its slightly gloomy textures. A few interludes, like "808 Crickets," tie it all together, and you forget that Earlimart was ever compared to the Pixies.