Titus Andronicus: Productive Cough

Titus Andronicus SKU: 35670384
Titus Andronicus: Productive Cough

Titus Andronicus: Productive Cough

Titus Andronicus SKU: 35670384

Format: VINYL LP

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Description

Title: Productive Cough
Artist: Titus Andronicus
Label: Merge Records
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 673855060613
Genre: Rock

Vinyl LP pressing. Since debuting in 2008, Titus Andronicus has been conditioning faithful listeners to always expect only the unexpected, consistently zigging where others would zag and maintaining a steadfast dedication to fearless ambition. With the release of the new studio album A Productive Cough, the group has executed the most shocking departure yet - but only if, as ever mercurial singer-songwriter Patrick Stickles insists, "you haven't been paying attention." In a move that may infuriate the black-denim-and-PBR set, A Productive Cough finds Titus Andronicus setting aside the leadfooted punk anthems of yesteryear in favor of a subtler, more spacious approach that pushes Stickles' soul-baring songwriting to the fore, creating a conversational intimacy between artist and audience with which previous Titus Andronicus efforts had only flirted.

Tracks:
1.1 Number One (In New York)
1.2 Real Talk
1.3 Above the Bodega (Local Business)
1.4 Crass Tattoo
1.5 (I'm) Like a Rolling Stone
1.6 Home Alone
1.7 Mass Transit Madness (Goin' Loco')
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