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Down at the Khyber


Download links and information about Down at the Khyber by Joel Plaskett Emergency. This album was released in 2001 and it belongs to Rock, Country, Alternative Country, Alternative genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 46:54 minutes.

Artist: Joel Plaskett Emergency
Release date: 2001
Genre: Rock, Country, Alternative Country, Alternative
Tracks: 12
Duration: 46:54
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No. Title Length
1. Down at the Khyber 4:39
2. There's Love In the Air 2:59
3. Maybe We Should Just Go Home 2:57
4. Clueless Wonder 4:07
5. This Is a Message 3:08
6. Unconditional Love 3:32
7. Waiting to Be Discovered 4:17
8. True Patriot Love 3:11
9. Blinding Light 4:54
10. It's Catchin' On 2:23
11. Cry Together 4:14
12. Light of the Moon 6:33



Down at the Khyber, released in 2001, finds Canadian indie-rock fixture Joel Plaskett (formerly of Thrush Hermit) continuing to mature as a songwriter with a knack for endearingly awkward, heartfelt lyrics and inventive compositions with a classic rock feel. At times echoing such diverse artists as Gram Parsons, Jeff Buckley, Big Star and fellow Canadians Max Webster, the Joel Plaskett Emergency manages to mould their influences into a unique sound. Notable tracks include the trippy rocker "Maybe We Should Just Go Home," the catchy pop of "True Patriot Love," and the ballad "Clueless Wonder." All things considered, Down at the Khyber is a solid rock record by one of Canada's finest emerging songwriters.