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Studio Album, released in 2001

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Ma Digital [3:30]
2. Babe [2:05]
3. Rice Ain't Afraid Of Nothing [3:01]
4. Untitled [2:07]
5. Obey Your Concert [2:47]
6. Total Fruit Warning [2:58]
7. Open A Rose [3:29]
8. Make Your Bedroom Great [3:09]
9. Chang, You're Attractive [2:48]
10. Troop And Trouble [3:18]
11. Untitled [2:14]

Total Time 31:26

Line-up / Musicians

Pat Samson: drums
Mark Shippy: guitar
Todd Rittmann: guitar
Al Johnson: vocals

Releases information

Drag City ‎- DC208

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4 stars After making great debut U.S. Maple was a little bit lost in it's next two albums. But in this their fourth album they really found the 'clue'. In this album they went much more melodic direction, maybe also little bit more math direction. This album was produced by Brian Paulson, who has produc ... (read more)

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