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An Argument With Myself - Jens Lekman - An Argument With Myself (CD)

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  2. And that's what An Argument With Myself is: a brief walk through a city or two of the illustrious Jens Lekman's residences, a sightseers' paradise of Australia and Sweden and wherever this man may have spoken of throughout these tunes, a feeling of home or adventure in each of their names.
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  4. about In the symbology of Lekman's songbook, motion is a means to stave off insanity or succumb to it and the songs on 'An Argument With Myself' EP deal with many types of movement, both big and small, from why he moved to Melbourne to the societal change/movement in his old hometown of Gothenburg to simple map directions.
  5. Jens Lekman returns with his first new music in almost four years, with the mini-album `An Argument With Myself'. Witty, literal, and location-specific, the songs are all heading somewhere as a means to either go crazy or keep from doing so.4/5(3).
  6. Sep 20,  · An Argument with Myself is an EP by Jens Lekman, released 19 September , on Secretly Canadian.
  7. An Argument with Myself is an extended play by Swedish indie pop musician Jens Lekman, released on 19 September on Secretly Canadian.
  8. Coming almost four years after the release of the excellent Night Falls Over Kortedala album, Jens Lekman 's EP An Argument with Myself is made up of five songs that according to Lekman didn’t fit the mood of the songs he’d been working on for a full album.6/
  9. Sep 20,  · And, for the most part, An Argument With Myself is definitely worthy of a closer look. Although it only clocks in at 17 minutes, this five-song EP is a pleasantly jumbled affair that shows Lekman.

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