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I Used to Spend So Much Time Alone is Chastity Belt’s third and finest full-length to date. Recorded live in July of 2016, at Jackpot! in Portland, Oregon, it’s a dark and uncommonly beautiful set of mood-driven rock that’s also unabashedly introspective. More personal and more direct than 2015’s marvelous Time to Go Home, this one aims for the heart—from the shimmering insights of “Different Now” to the stunning clarity of “This Time of Night,” this is a serious record but not a serious departure, a tangle of mixed emotions and haunting melody, a brave step forward.
I Used to Spend So Much Time Alone is Chastity Belt’s third and finest full-length to date. Recorded live in July of 2016, at Jackpot! in Portland, Oregon, it’s a dark and uncommonly beautiful set of mood-driven rock that’s also unabashedly introspective. More personal and more direct than 2015’s marvelous Time to Go Home, this one aims for the heart—from the shimmering insights of “Different Now” to the stunning clarity of “This Time of Night,” this is a serious record but not a serious departure, a tangle of mixed emotions and haunting melody, a brave step forward.
098787310122
Chastity Belt - I Used To Spend So Much Time Alone

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Format: CD
Label: HAAR
Rel. Date: 06/02/2017
UPC: 098787310122

I Used To Spend So Much Time Alone
Artist: Chastity Belt
Format: CD
New: Available $13.99
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Different Now
2. Caught In A Lie
3. This Time Of Night
4. Stuck
5. Complain
6. It's Obvious
7. What The Hell
8. Something Else
9. Used To Spend
10. 5am
11. Don't Worry
12. Bender
13. I'm Fine

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I Used to Spend So Much Time Alone is Chastity Belt’s third and finest full-length to date. Recorded live in July of 2016, at Jackpot! in Portland, Oregon, it’s a dark and uncommonly beautiful set of mood-driven rock that’s also unabashedly introspective. More personal and more direct than 2015’s marvelous Time to Go Home, this one aims for the heart—from the shimmering insights of “Different Now” to the stunning clarity of “This Time of Night,” this is a serious record but not a serious departure, a tangle of mixed emotions and haunting melody, a brave step forward.
        
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