Download links and information about Orange Syringe by Tom Morgan. This album was released in 2013 and it belongs to Rock, Alternative genres. It contains 10 tracks with total duration of 34:34 minutes.
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|1.||One True Love||3:04|
|2.||Best Thing for Baby||4:27|
|3.||Taste for Blood||2:47|
|6.||I'll Provide the Wine||3:05|
|9.||Mess With the Bull||4:12|
|10.||Final Final the One the One||3:52|
Australian singer/songwriter Tom Morgan first made a name for himself in the early ‘90s fronting the alt-pop band Smudge and cowriting some of The Lemonheads’ best material. Orange Syringe marks his emergence as a solo songsmith, and considering the quality of the writing, it’s hard to believe it took him so long to strike out on his own. This album is a fairly laconic, stripped-down affair, eschewing a good deal of Smudge’s forcefulness in favor of a more apropos lonesome-troubadour feel. While several tracks retain a link to the melodic indie rock of Morgan’s past (“Fatherland,” “Virtuoso”), the album is front-loaded with songs boasting a distinct country/folk flavor (“One True Love,” “Best Thing for Baby”). While Morgan is never less than tuneful, his machete-sharp lyrics are his real calling card. Just as the music here shifts between Americana and alt-rock, so too do his crafty, cutting words combine Townes Van Zandt–like downcast poetics with wry, postmodern lyrical barbs.