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Sometimes People Forget - Translator
Track Listing
  1. Translator
  2. Lost
  3. Everywhere That I'm Not
  4. Fiendish Thingy
  5. Optimism
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  1. Translator
  2. Lost
  3. Everywhere That I'm Not
  4. Fiendish Thingy
  5. Optimism
  6. Necessary Spinning
  7. Eraser
  8. Get Out
  9. Everything is Falling
  10. Gravity
  11. We Fell Away
  12. Winter Crying
  13. Inside My Mind
  14. Is There a Heaven Singing
  15. My Restless Heart
  16. These Old Days
  17. Friends of the Future
  18. Fall Forever
  19. Breathless Agony
  20. Brouhaha
  21. Standing in Line
  22. I'll Be Your Summer
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The band Translator originally formed in Los Angeles, but their career caught fire when they relocated to San Francisco in 1980, which in retrospect makes perfect sense -- though their songs were full of memorable hooks and strong melodies, they were a poor fit for either the punk or power pop scenes in L.A., while their psychedelic influences and flashes of prog rock angularity made a lot more sense in the context of the San Fran music community, which was far more accepting of groups with an arty edge. In 1982, Translator ...

Sometimes People Forget 2015, Omnivore

UPC: 816651016952

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