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The Heart Watches While the Brain Burns

Mike Doughty

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1
Wait! You'll Find a Better Way
Mike Doughty
3:11
2
I Can't Believe I Found You in That Town
Mike Doughty
3:23
3
Brian
Mike Doughty
2:53
4
There Is a Way Out
Mike Doughty
2:56
5
Sad Girl Walking in the Rain
Mike Doughty
2:33
6
Dawn / Gone
Mike Doughty
3:37
7
You Could Fly
Mike Doughty
2:18
8
Otherlands
Mike Doughty
3:25
9
Don't Jerk the Wheel
Mike Doughty
1:47
10
Making Me Lay Down
Mike Doughty
3:17
11
Give Me Something
Mike Doughty
2:21
12
The Wild Creatures
Mike Doughty
4:08
Total Playing Time    35:49
Singer-songwriter Mike Doughty is back with his ninth album, the elegant and charming The Heart Watches While the Brain Burns, a nod to an episode of Marc Maron’s WTF podcast. This third collaboration between Doughty and Queens, New York hip-hop producer Good Goose features some of Doughty's most mature and realized songwriting to date, swerving between lonesome country influences and trap beats.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Snack Bar Studio Masters

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