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Mega 3: Sixpence None the Richer


Download links and information about Mega 3: Sixpence None the Richer by Sixpence None The Richer. This album was released in 1997 and it belongs to Gospel, Rock, Christian Rock, Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 32 tracks with total duration of 02:14:16 minutes.

Artist: Sixpence None The Richer
Release date: 1997
Genre: Gospel, Rock, Christian Rock, Pop, Alternative
Tracks: 32
Duration: 02:14:16
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No. Title Length
1. Field of Flowers 2:37
2. Spotlight 3:51
3. The Fatherless and the Widow 4:44
4. Musings 4:32
5. Trust 3:22
6. Falling Leaves 3:31
7. Meaningless 5:08
8. Soul 3:48
9. An Apology 4:40
10. Trust (Reprise) 3:58
11. Angeltread 3:28
12. Love, Salvation, the Fear of Death 3:51
13. Bleeding 5:04
14. Within a Room, Somewhere 5:05
15. Melting Alone 4:03
16. Circle of Error 5:03
17. The Garden 4:03
18. Disconnect 4:20
19. Thought Menagerie 3:11
20. Maybe Tomorrow 4:22
21. Drifting 3:42
22. I Can't Explain 3:25
23. Within a Room Somewhere (Radio Edit) 4:02
24. Within a Room Somewhere (Demo) 6:29
25. Healer 3:41
26. Dresses 3:34
27. Love Letters In the Sand 3:01
28. Carry You 6:53
29. Alisha's First Steps 3:33
30. Solomon the Mystic 5:57
31. Love, Salvation, the Fear of Death (Dance Mix Intro) 0:43
32. Love, Salvation, the Fear of Death (Dance Mix) 6:35



After toiling in relative obscurity in the Christian pop ghetto for several years, Sixpence None the Richer suddenly exploded on to the pop charts in 1999 on the strength of "Kiss Me," an utterly irresistible slice of swoony guitar pop that, once heard, is impossible to shake loose from the brain and could well turn out to be this generation's "I Wanna Hold Your Hand." The rest of the album may not be quite as memorable, but that's not to say that "Kiss Me" is the only thing worth hearing. "Anything," with its fruity chord progression and string sweetening, is almost Beatlesque; "The Lines of My Earth" draws subtly on country influences. Then there's the Pablo Neruda setting. There are moments when the wispiness of Leigh Nash's voice isn't adequately offset by sturdier accompaniment, but overall this is a very winning album. Those who are offended by religious messages in their pop music don't need to worry — there are a few here, but they're pretty subtle.