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Download links and information about Girlfriend by Matthew Sweet. This album was released in 1990 and it belongs to Rock, Indie Rock, Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 15 tracks with total duration of 01:00:24 minutes.

Artist: Matthew Sweet
Release date: 1990
Genre: Rock, Indie Rock, Pop, Alternative
Tracks: 15
Duration: 01:00:24
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Divine Intervention 5:37
2. I've Been Waiting 3:36
3. Girlfriend 3:40
4. Looking At the Sun 4:16
5. Winona 5:00
6. Evangeline 4:47
7. Day for Night 2:55
8. Thought I Knew You 2:58
9. You Don't Love Me 5:21
10. I Wanted to Tell You 4:31
11. Don't Go 3:24
12. Your Sweet Voice 3:54
13. Does She Talk? 3:27
14. Holy War 3:25
15. Nothing Lasts 3:33

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Matthew Sweet’s third album made power pop radio-friendly again (see the majestic “I’ve Been Waiting”) while it treated fans of pure pop music to songs that merged wide-ranging influences: there’s R&B (the title track), sad-bastard country (“Winona”), straight-up anti-war rock (“Holy War”), and Neil Young–ish singer/songwriter balladizing (“You Don’t Love Me” and the drop-dead-lovely finale “Nothing Lasts”). The guitar interplay between Robert Quine (Richard Hell & The Voidoids) and Richard Lloyd (Television) stings, stabs, and soars and provides a highly listenable (and wholly unpredictable) counterpoint to occasional pedal steel guitars and Sweet’s tender tenor.