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Ursa Major (Bonus Track Version)

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Download links and information about Ursa Major (Bonus Track Version) by Third Eye Blind. This album was released in 2009 and it belongs to Rock, Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 14 tracks with total duration of 56:31 minutes.

Artist: Third Eye Blind
Release date: 2009
Genre: Rock, Pop, Alternative
Tracks: 14
Duration: 56:31
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Can You Take Me 3:20
2. Don't Believe a Word 4:00
3. Bonfire 4:07
4. Sharp Knife 4:26
5. One In Ten 2:49
6. About to Break 3:55
7. Summer Town 4:51
8. Why Can't You Be 5:24
9. Water Landing 4:29
10. Dao of St. Paul 4:04
11. Monotov's Private Opera 4:18
12. Carnival Barker (Instrumental) 1:22
13. Why Can't You Be (With Kimya Dawson) [Bonus Track] 5:27
14. Don't Believe a Word 3:59

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Whether it was years of writer’s block or simply a longer-than- planned vacation, the six years between albums for San Francisco’s Third Eye Blind find them in a world not much changed. The band’s punchy hooks jump out of the boombox with the same urgency as when “Semi-Charmed Life” took over modern rock radio stations with its shameless hooks. Third Eye Blind singer Stephan Jenkins knows it’s called “pop” music for a reason and he does his best to keep things jumping on this “comeback” of sorts. “Can You Take Me,” “Don’t Believe a Word” with its fake close, and “Bonfire” come out racing as if they’re afraid they’re going to blow another deadline. When Jenkins does slow things down for serious contemplation, the results are a little less decided. “Dao of St. Paul” and “Monotov’s Private Opera” stretch themselves for a self-importance that isn’t as endearing as the band’s best pop moments. Third Eye Blind are a radio band and should be heard as such.