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Spilt Milk

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Download links and information about Spilt Milk by Jellyfish. This album was released in 1993 and it belongs to Rock, Indie Rock, Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 46:11 minutes.

Artist: Jellyfish
Release date: 1993
Genre: Rock, Indie Rock, Pop, Alternative
Tracks: 12
Duration: 46:11
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Hush 2:11
2. Joining a Fan Club 4:03
3. Sebrina Paste and Plato 2:23
4. New Mistake 4:02
5. The Glutton of Sympathy 3:49
6. The Ghost At Number One 3:36
7. Bye, Bye, Bye 4:03
8. All Is Forgiven 4:09
9. Russian Hill 4:45
10. He's My Best Friend 3:44
11. Too Much, Too Little, Too Late 3:14
12. Brighter Day 6:12

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Though Jason Falkner had left the group, Tim Smith, Jon Brion, and Lyle Workman all helped lead singer Andy Sturman put together a worthy follow-up to Jellyfish’s classic debut album, Bellybutton. And they managed something even more detailed and inspiring. With Spilt Milk, the duo of Sturmer and keyboardist Roger Manning used the additional members strategically to make a studio album that was in every way a studio album. The dense vocal harmonies, psychedelia, and consistently shifting rhythms and textures were clearly inspired by The Beach Boys, The Beatles, Badfinger, Electric Light Orchestra, and XTC. Where the debut album had been content with joyous pop songs, Spilt Milk demands complexity. Songs such as “Joining a Fan Club,” “Sabrina, Paste and Plato,” “The Ghost at #1," and “He’s My Best Friend” recall the glorious harmony pop of the ‘60s, while a track like “All Is Forgiven” thrives on a tense rhythmic drive and guitar-based performance that modernizes new wave.