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Winners Never Quit (Remastered)

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Download links and information about Winners Never Quit (Remastered) by Pedro The Lion. This album was released in 2000 and it belongs to Rock, Indie Rock, Alternative genres. It contains 8 tracks with total duration of 33:45 minutes.

Artist: Pedro The Lion
Release date: 2000
Genre: Rock, Indie Rock, Alternative
Tracks: 8
Duration: 33:45
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Slow And Steady Wins the Race 3:40
2. Simple Economics 4:17
3. To Protect the Family Name 5:29
4. A Mind of Her Own 3:56
5. Never Leave a Job Half Done 3:05
6. Eye On the Finish Line 4:33
7. Bad Things to Such Good People 3:24
8. Winners Never Quit 5:21

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There are few upbeat moments and no easy answers on Winners Never Quit, Pedro the Lion’s sophomore album. Singer/songwriter David Bazan—the band’s guiding force and now its sole member—explores mortality, shame, corruption, domestic violence, and a litany of other heavy topics in these tracks, hanging his sparse, plainspoken lyrics on a stripped-down indie rock framework built around his voice and guitar. The guilt-ridden characters within these songs serve to reveal Christian themes remarkable for their honesty and insight. Bazan confronts humanity’s fallen condition head-on, whether he’s skewering a slippery politician (“Simple Economics”), depicting a drunk’s confrontation with the law (“To Protect the Family Name”), or painting a murder scene in cold, telling detail (“Never Leave a Job Half Done”). The very meaning of salvation is questioned in “Eye on the Finish Line” and the title song, taking Bazan to the edge of unbelief. Ultimately, the Job-like questions posed here reveal a deep if troubled faith. By turns poignant, disturbing, and darkly humorous, Winners Never Quit is a remarkable achievement as well a powerful listening experience.