Lolita Nation [Deluxe Edition] ()


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Game Theory leader Scott Miller never made a secret of his fondness for Big Star, and while Real Nighttime favored the lush but direct sound of #1 Record, and The Big Shot Chronicles suggested the harder-edged tone of Radio City, Lolita Nation plays like Game Theory's variation on the themes of Big Star's masterfully damaged swan song, Third/Sister Lovers. Certainly Game Theory's most ambitious album, Lolita Nation was a two-LP set that combined some of Miller's most user-friendly power pop squared off against dark, moody ...

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  1. Kenneth, What?s the Frequency?
  2. Not Because You Can
  3. Shard
  4. Go Ahead, You?re Dying To
  5. Dripping with Looks
  6. Exactly What We Don?t Want to Hear
  7. We Love You Carol and Alison
  8. The Waist and the Knees
  9. Nothing New
  10. The World's Easiest Job
  11. Look Away
  12. Slip
  13. The Real Shelia
  14. Andy in Ten Years
  15. Watch Who You?re Calling Space Garbage Meteor Mouth/Pretty Green Card S
  16. Where They Have to Let You In
  17. Turn Me on Dead Man
  18. Mammoth Gardens
  19. Little Ivory
  20. Museum of Hopelessness
  21. Toby Ornette
  22. All Clockwork and No Bodily Fluids Makes Hal a Dull Humbert/In Heaven E
  23. One More for Saint Michael
  24. Choose Between Two Sons
  25. Chardonnay
  26. Last Day That We?re Young
  27. Together Now, Very Minor
  28. Chardonnay
  29. Dripping with Looks
  30. One More for Saint Michael
  31. Carrie Anne
  32. The Waist and the Knees
  33. Tiny Steps
  34. We Love You Carol and Alison
  35. Gimme Danger
  36. Love Will Tear Us Apart
  37. Andy in Ten Years
  38. Candidate
  39. Little Ivory
  40. These Things Take Time
  41. Roadrunner
  42. One More for Saint Michael
  43. God Save the Queen
  44. Drive-In Saturday
  45. Public Image
  46. The Waist and the Knees
  47. Together Now, Very Minor
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