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From A Basement On The Hill

by Elliott Smith

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Braulio Acosta
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Braulio Acosta I just fell in love with the lyrics. Thank you, Elliott. Favorite track: A Passing Feeling.
elyasbackpack
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elyasbackpack His songs are so carefully made,every song is a piece of art that needs to be understood. Favorite track: A Distorted Reality Is Now A Necessity To Be Free.
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block the new direction elliott was going in was amazing, i wish we could see the final version of this album he wanted. it makes me very happy and feel sick at the same time Favorite track: Shooting Star.
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Glen This is my good old salad day times in innocence and discovery. Favorite track: Pretty (Ugly Before).
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jsammis44 This album is absolutely beautiful, one of the best ever recorded. King’s Crossing is just brutal magic.
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From A Basement On The Hill, Elliott Smith’s final studio album, was originally released posthumously in 2004. His highest-charting release, From A Basement was met with widespread acclaim from fans and critics alike, noting the album’s expanded musical textures that nevertheless retained the welcoming and empathetic intimacy of Smith’s songwriting. Rich with swampy guitar lines and hazy vocals, From A Basement unifies the ’60s psychedelic sound often cited by Smith as a primary inspiration with his own signature stylings.

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released April 6, 2010

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