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Marcy Playground

Marcy Playground
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Description: Marcy Playground's John Wozniak was one of those kids who, like Charlie Brown, got a bag of rocks for Halloween instead of candy. Fortunately, Wozniak used his childhood ostracism as the inspiration and fuel to write charmingly quirky pop songs. Wozniak woos the listener with his smooth, low-key vocals and lighthearted delivery of weighty, somewhat twisted, and darkly humorous songs. "Poppies" gives a cheery history lesson on the origins of the international opium trade, while "Elvinkind" and "Dog and His Master," with its chorus of "One little, two little, three little idiots," could beco ... (more)
Manufacturer: Capitol
Release date: 25 February 1997
Number of discs: 1
EAN: 0724385356926 UPC: 724385356926
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Favorite Songs of All Time: 1996-1997 (140 music items)

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