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The Dead Texan

Glen's Goo (4:07)


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  • That guitar.
  • beautiful minimalist creation.
  • inevitable pain
  • -:)
  • 4 minutes of indescribable emotional journey into the own soul
  • no
  • Can we all agree that this song is about semen?
  • after so many years, listening to TDT will surely break my heart.
  • love when that guitar comes in
  • now tha fellaz
  • all tha ladiez
  • g00 punch
  • Lovely.
  • Absolutely beautiful song, I've rarely been so captivated by a piece of music. The only thing I regret about this song is that it has taken me almost 7 years to discover it. But then that's the great thing about music, there is always something new to find and fall in love with :)
  • love it !
  • Nice. Relaxing. Yet, somewhat true.
  • this is one of the best, maybe the best ambient (or call it postclassical) song i've ever heard. listen to it 1000 times and every goddamn moment is so stunning, that i can't believe it...
  • a tragedy. false hope. but wait...? happiness? shut down.
  • slow, warm, melancholy - good
  • nice slow morning music...
  • mmmmmmm
  • Beautiful music, period. :)
  • slow motion
  • this better be good Agroangus....
  • reminds me of all the tragedies in my life :(
  • 2 thumbs up!
  • lOve.
  • Great track
  • Love it
  • So beautiful.
  • nah
  • lyrics, anyone?
  • bingo !
  • bingo !
  • My friend goo has a real tattoo.
  • a landscape of tranquility
  • qrg
    finish of this song killing
  • like it !
  • ooooooooo00000000ºººººººº!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • I love this song!
  • That 'Total capillary meltdown' line always gives me the creeps, but those longing background strings are so beautiful.
  • Great disc ... I would love AW to do another Dead Texan project.
  • it's looking out the window watching the rain, from a lone house in the country...
  • Anyone gots the lyrics to this song?
  • This song gives me a girly boner.
  • oh my gosh!
  • It's hard not to be influenced by Labradford in this kind of music.
  • I thought there were some influences from Labradford! Indeed


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