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Glide - The Dream Syndicate - How Did I Find Myself Here? (CD, Album)

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  1. Sep 05,  · How Did I Find Myself Here? Licensed to YouTube by [Merlin] FUGA Aggregation (on behalf of Anti/Epitaph); BMG Rights Management (US), LLC, ARESA, and 2 Music Rights Societies.
  2. Album Notes: The new Dream Syndicate album, "How Did I Find Myself Here," is here and we couldn't be more excited. Get ready for all kinds of activity- .
  3. Glide Lyrics: At this place where I'm hanging now / Corruptible, destructible / Capable of breaking, of being broken / I may not be ready for what you've got to give / Tethered by reality for so.
  4. Explore releases from The Dream Syndicate at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from The Dream Syndicate at the Discogs Marketplace.
  5. Nov 20,  · In all honesty, after all this time, I never expected to hear another Dream Syndicate album, so when How Did I Find Myself Here found its way to my front door, the album’s philosophical title gave me pause to wonder the same thing regarding my own life. Here we find Dream Syndicate back together again, featuring three of the four members from their last proper studio album [Steve /5().
  6. Filter Me Through You - 10/10 Glide - 10/10 Out of My Head - 8/10 80 West - 8/10 Like Mary - 9/10 The Circle - 10/10 How Did I Find Myself Here - 10/
  7. I just glide I may never get higher I don't have to come down I'm not bound by rules, I'm not corrupted by code Or bothered by civility or norms Or anything that kept me up night after night after night Older than I was when I made the rules That held me down I don't think I'll be traveling down that road again I just glide I may never get higher.
  8. Sep 13,  · Call it a comeback, or simply a reunion long overdue. Nearly 30 years after calling it a day, The Dream Syndicate, one the uncontested leader of L.A.‘s so-called paisley underground, are back in business, still procuring the cosmic cacophony that typified their seminal stance in the otherwise unobtrusive ‘80s. With the core of the original band still intact — specifically two of the band.
  9. These Times by The Dream Syndicate, released 1. The Way In 2. Put Some Miles On 3. Black Light 4. Bullet Holes 5. Still Here Now 6. Speedway 7. Recovery Mode 8. The Whole World's Watching 9. Space Age Treading Water Underneath The Stars Los Angeles’s The Dream Syndicate is thrilled to announce 'These Times,' their second album of new music since their reunion .