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MRG288 | Release Date 2007

The first single from his masterpiece, Post-War, is an instant pop classic written by the inimitable Daniel Johnston. Features three non-album tracks, including the epic Jimmie Dale Gilmore penned "Headed For A Fall", and featuring special guests Neko Case, Nels Cline, Howe Gelb, Mike Mogis, and Jim James.

Track/Song Title Duration Price MP3 Track
Play To Go Home 04:04 $0.99 Buy
Play Cosmopolitan Pap 01:58 $0.99 Buy
Play Human Punching Bag 03:04 $0.99 Buy
Play Headed For a Fall 05:32 $0.99 Buy

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