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The National - Cherry Tree download free

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Album:
Cherry Tree
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Style:
Indie Rock
MP3 archive size:
1382 mb
FLAC archive size:
1491 mb
WMA archive size:
1943 mb
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DTS WAV MMF MP3 VQF APE VOX
Rating:
4.9
Votes:
860
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Tracklist

Wasp Nest 3:21
All The Wine 3:20
All Dolled-Up In Straps 4:11
Cherry Tree 4:27
About Today 4:10
Murder Me Rachel (Live) 3:36
A Reasonable Man (I Don't Mind) 5:21

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
HWY-008 The National Cherry Tree ‎(CD, EP) Brassland HWY-008 US 2004
SHAKE-1040 The National Cherry Tree ‎(10", Cle) Shake It! Records SHAKE-1040 US 2004
TAL-014 The National Cherry Tree ‎(CD, EP) Talitres Records TAL-014 France 2004
HWY-008 The National Cherry Tree ‎(CD, EP) Brassland HWY-008 Europe 2004
HWY-008 The National Cherry Tree ‎(CD, EP) Brassland HWY-008 US 2004
none The National Cherry Tree ‎(7xFile, AAC, EP, RE, 256) Brassland none US 2009
HWY-008 The National Cherry Tree ‎(12", EP, RE) Brassland HWY-008 US 2011
HWY-008 The National Cherry Tree ‎(12", EP, Red) Brassland HWY-008 US 2011
HWY-008 The National Cherry Tree ‎(12", EP, Club, Ltd, Num, RE, Bla) Brassland HWY-008 US 2016
HWY-008 The National Cherry Tree ‎(CD, EP) Brassland HWY-008 Italy Unknown


  • This EP took a couple of listens to get into but when I did I really enjoyed it and listen to it often. Wasp Nest is a great opener, the lyrics alone are enough to impress (though anyone who listens to The National know very well by now that that's no surprise). The 6 other tracks are great pieces as well, All The Wine and the title track especially, but for me the true highlight is Wasp Nest, even if the rest of the EP were uninteresting, I'd still say 'as long as there's ONE good track...'The one point I do want to make about it though is the generous quantity of music here; typically, an EP goes from 4-7 tracks and is rarely more than half an hour running time, in most cases, artists treat EP's as maybe a four or even three track release (some even call their two-track singles 'EP's by not naming the release after a song and charge the same price), but 7 tracks is really nice, and even if you don't like half the material you still have a few decent songs for the collection. All in all, The National have always seem interested in giving fans just what they want: more songs. Hurrah!