American Hearts

Release date
21 Aug 2007
Running length
12 tracks
Running time
41:03

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Tracklist

    Track     Duration Listeners
1 How Will You Meet Your End 4:02 25,094
2 There's A Reason 4:12 29,457
3 Black Rain, Black Rain 3:14 25,113
4 Rapture (Sweet Rapture) 3:20 21,839
5 American Hearts 4:16 29,118
6 No Man Shall 3:36 20,101
7 World Without End 2:32 22,853
8 Lovers' Waltz 3:27 20,039
9 Vice Rag 2:03 27,411
10 Killed Myself When I Was Young 3:47 32,841
11 Witness Blues 3:13 20,871
12 Of The Sea 3:21 16,769

About this album

Tracks:

1. How Will You Meet Your End
2. There’s a Reason
3. Black Rain, Black Rain
4. Rapture (Sweet Rapture)
5. American Hearts
6. No Man Shall
7. World Without End
8. Lovers’ Waltz
9. Vice Rag
10. Killed Myself When I Was Young
11. Witness Blues
12. Of the Sea

Album notes from Fatpossum.com:

I don’t know much about music, so I guess that makes me an expert. My name is Roman Moore. I was born just after the great war, and spent my baby years being what you might call a criminal. While keeping ahead of judgement I ran smack into a dark haired Irish girl who drew my crookedness from me like so much poison. Falling in love like falling in a well, we moved to, and settled in Palenville, NY, which is in the Catskill mountain range. We had one boy also named Roman. Both my wife and child died one summer in separate incidents having much to do with sadness. I mourn for them every day from 7 a.m. to 8 a.m. at which time I promptly get on with my business. My business being thus: Digging a right big hole in the ground.

I’ve been digging said hole since my family passed on and the most recent measurements say it’s seventy-five foot across, and nearing one hundred foot deep. I could speak to the purpose of the pit, but I might freak some of you pussies out.

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