Here Comes the Rain

The Ladybug Transistor

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MRG291 | Release Date October 31, 2006

Here Comes the Rain is the first recording to showcase the Ladybug Transistor's recently enhanced lineup, which includes Ben Crum and Kyle Forester (of Great Lakes). The EP is chock full of special guests as well, including contributions from: Alicia Vanden Heuvel (Aislers Set), Keli Sutherland (Architecture in Helsinki), Jens Lekman, Paul Niehaus (Calexico, Lambchop), Kevin Barker (Currituck Co), Gus Franklin, and Isobel Knowles.




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Track/Song Title Duration Price MP3 Track
Play Here Comes the Rain 03:11 $0.99 Buy
Play Girl On a Swing 02:33 $0.99 Buy
Play Empty Bottles 02:37 $0.99 Buy
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