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Excited But Not Enough - Midlake - Milkmaid Grand Army EP (CD)

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  1. Dukora
    16.12.2019
    Watch the video for Simple from Midlake's Milkmaid Grand Army EP for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.

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  2. Vugrel
    19.12.2019
    Milkmaid Grand Army is the debut release by the US band Midlake. The E.P. was originally released in by the band in a limited edition of before they signed to Bella Union. Track listing "She Removes Her Spiral Hair" - "Paper Gown" - "Excited But Not Enough" - "I Lost My Bodyweight In The Forest" - "Simple" -

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  3. Kegal
    18.12.2019
    Midlake reintroduces the EP that first got people talking about this Texan band -- "Milkmaid Grand Army," a seven-song EP that was released by them in , and sold out quickly. Rather than the poignant Grandaddyish sound of their two full-length albums, this EP explores a different kind of folk-rock -- infused with heavy fuzz/5(8).

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  4. Kekus
    23.12.2019
    Shop Milkmaid Grand Army EP. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.

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  5. JoJokus
    21.12.2019
    Milkmaid Grand Army EP Released Track Listing: "She Removes Her Spiral Hair" "Paper Gown" "Excited But Not Enough" "I Lost My Bodyweight In The .

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  6. Naran
    19.12.2019
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Milkmaid Grand Army - Midlake on AllMusic - Excited But Not Enough. Midlake. Spotify Amazon: 4: I Lost My Bodyweight in the Forest.

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  7. Gogami
    17.12.2019
    Milkmaid Grand Army EP Midlake. Released Milkmaid Grand Army EP Tracklist. 1. She Removes Her Spiral Hair Lyrics. 4. I Lost My Bodyweight In The Forest Lyrics. 5. Simple.

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  8. Mazuk
    24.12.2019
    'The Trials of Van Occupanther' is the 2nd full length studio album from the band 'Midlake'. Released in , it followed their debut album, which was compared to bands like 'The Flaming Lips' and 'Mercury Rev', with a less psychedelic sound and a more folk-ish, classic 70's style sound earning comparison to 'Fleetwood Mac' and even 'Alan Parsons' and the like.

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