Lloyd, I'm Ready to Be Heartbroken

Camera Obscura

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MRG286 | Release Date 2006

"Lloyd, I'm Ready to be Heartbroken" is the first single from Camera Obscura's Let's Get Out Of This Country: a three-and-a-half minute pop masterpiece with a healthy nod to 60's girl groups complete with Spectorian "Wall of Sound" production. With two non-LP B-sides and the video for "I Love My Jean", this is a must-have for fans of these Glaswegian heroes.

Track/Song Title Duration Price MP3 Track
Play Lloyd, I'm Ready to be Heartbroken 03:51 $0.99 Buy
Play Phil and Don 04:07 $0.99 Buy
Play Roman Holiday 04:10 $0.99 Buy

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