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  1. Arazahn

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    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Figure 8 on Discogs/5(34).
  2. Malazragore

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    Apr 18,  · Track #3 off of Elliott Smith’s fifth and final studio album, Figure 8. “Junk Bond Trader” tells the story of an artist working in an uninspired environment producing unoriginal music. Elliott .
  3. Fektilar

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    Mar 21,  · a Junk bond trader trying to sell a sucker a style 16 videos Play all Elliott Smith "Figure 8" () - Full Album Roy Hulland; shooting star - elliott smith - Duration:
  4. Vule

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    Figure 8 was primarily a Dreamworks release but the US vinyl pressing was put out by Bong Load Records. It's a double LP and on g vinyl. It comes with a one sided glossy sheet with lyrics and credits. According to the insert, photos are by Autumn deWilde. Art direction and design is by Autumn deWilde and Dale Smith.
  5. Yokazahn

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    Figure 8 is the fifth studio album by American singer-songwriter Elliott Smith, and the final album he completed before his death. It was recorded from to at numerous studios and released on April 18, through DreamWorks Records.
  6. Shakashicage

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    There is a temptation to read the last album produced in Elliott Smith's lifetime, FIGURE 8, as a suicide note - or at least as a statement about the profound malaise that led up to his baffling and mysterious death/5().
  7. Dale

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    Jul 16,  · Junk Bond Trader Conductor [Strings], Orchestrated By [Strings] – Suzie Katayama Drums – Pete Thomas: 4: Everything Reminds Me Of Her: Elliott Smith: Figure 8 ‎ (CD, Album, RE) DreamWorks Records: Europe: Unknown: Sell /5(3).
  8. Gazshura

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    Oct 20,  · Elliott Smith's album Figure 8. Track listing Son of Sam Somebody That I Used to Know Junk Bond Trader Everything Reminds Me of Her.
  9. Votilar

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    Figure 8 is another great album released by Elliott Smith. There are many reviews here that complain about this album being over produced and there are also many reviews that complain about those who are complaining. I'm here to say that Elliott's earlier purely acoustic work and latter more produced work are both great. This album is no exception.

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