Ain't That the Way / Chained to Love

Divine Fits

MP3 (320kbps) ? $1.99 BUY + Wish List
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12-inch $9.98 BUY + Wish List

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MRG497 | Release Date 2013

Divine Fits return with a double A-side 12-inch featuring two new tracks: "Ain't That the Way"and "Chained to Love". Spin notes, "The studio version of 'Chained to Love' brings welcome clarity to the earlier audience live recording and adds an unexpectedly lush, orchestral mien, while previously unheard 'Ain't That the Way' is all muscular chords and clipped, terse ferocity".

Track/Song Title Duration Price MP3 Track
Play Chained to Love 03:05 $0.99 Buy
Play Ain't That the Way 04:20 $0.99 Buy

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