Justice Aversion - Smog - Dongs Of Sevotion (CD, Album)

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  1. Released: July 17, Dongs of Sevotion is the eighth studio album by Smog. It was released on April 3, in Europe by Domino Recording Company and a day later in North America by Drag City. It peaked at number 28 on the UK Independent Albums Chart.
  2. Sep 18,  · And "different" doesn't mean that your hero opted to croon the entire album in falsetto; he still spins twisted aphoristic yarns in his unmistakable deadpan baritone. Rather, this album is a study in repetition and rhythm, the same kinds that Callahan first toyed with on songs like "Bloodflow" and "Justice Aversion" from Dongs of Sevotion.
  3. Dongs Of Sevotion, an album by Smog on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes. By using our website and our services, you agree to our use of cookies as described in our Cookie Policy.
  4. Apr 03,  · Justice Aversion Lyrics: Happens on a side street, maybe / Happens on a main street, maybe / Lion bites zebra neck / Zebra stomps lion head / It's just this / Justice aversion .
  5. Mar 31,  · Enter Bill Callahan's latest Smog opus, Dongs of Sevotion, to make me even more insecure about my mortality. See, thoughts of death can linger, but they can also be displaced. A song.
  6. Apr 04,  · Dongs of Sevotion Smog Alternative · Preview SONG TIME Justice Aversion. 1. PREVIEW Dress Sexy At My Funeral. 2. PREVIEW Strayed. 3. Albums You May Also Like. Diamond Dancer - EP Bill Callahan American Water Silver Jews.
  7. The album is really long and full of some choice songs. Justice Aversion is a nice descending chord progression played out on a keyboard w/the classic Bill Callahan twists in the lyrics 'I root for the bank robber, in the getaway car'. Dress Sexy at my Funeral is a classic and should be a staple in any Smog fan's collection/5(17).
  8. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Dongs Of Sevotion on Discogs/5(5).

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