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Cherry Tree - 10,000 Maniacs - In My Tribe (CD, Album)

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  1. In My Tribe, an Album by 10, Maniacs. Released in on Elektra (catalog no. 9 ; CD). Genres: Jangle Pop.
  2. In My Tribe is an album by the American alternative rock band 10, Maniacs. Released on July 27, , it was their second major-label album and their first to achieve large-scale success. John 5/5(31).
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  4. Don’t Talk by 10, Maniacs (track 6) Like the Weather by 10, Maniacs (track 3) Peace Train by 10, Maniacs (track 7).
  5. 10, Maniacs; In My Tribe; Cherry Tree Lyrics. 10, Maniacs – Cherry Tree "Eve pull down the apple that grows on the cherry tree". LOL. Reynard Muldrakeon December 05 fear, and wonder, The song writing on hard, tough, subjects makes "In My Tribe" one of the best CD's ever. The group should be proud. dinoon.
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of In My Tribe on Discogs.4/5(8).
  7. Oct 25,  · This is the definitive album by Maniacs - brimming with beautiful lyrics, some messages yes but mostly optimistic lovely songs. Natalie sings of abused children in the opener and the sort of sadness one can muster regarding Jack Karowack but she quickly switches gears with a heartwrending Cherry Tree, and happy songs about her siblings/5().
  8. In My Tribe, released in , is the third studio album by American Alternative Rock band 10, enanabunabchaheedloribotbuzzcar.xyzinfo second record on Elektra Records and their first without co-founder John Lombardo, who previously served as frontwoman Natalie Merchant's songwriting partner on Secrets of the I Ching and The Wishing Chair, the album served as the band's Breakthrough Hit, catapulting them into.
  9. Cherry Tree Lyrics: Over your shoulder / Please don't mind me / If my eyes have fallen / Onto your magazine / I've been watching and wondering / Why your face is changing / With every line you read.

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