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8 thoughts on “ Just In Me - Holly McNarland - Stuff (CD, Album)

  1. Tracklist 1. Numb () 2. Elmo () 3. Porno Mouth () 4. Water () 5. Coward () 6. The Box () 7. UFO () 8. Mystery Song () 9.
  2. With Alanis Morrisette and Fiona Apple burning up the charts, the mid- to late s were more than friendly to angst-ridden female rockers. One of the most compelling "angry young woman" releases of was Holly McNarland's Stuff, which gives the impression that the Canadian singer/songwriter lives and breathes nenctizapssindoymetfalarerapheden.coinfosive and convincing, McNarland packs a strong emotional punch 5/
  3. Stuff: Holly McNarland, Jay Joyce, Joey Santiago, Adam Drake: nenctizapssindoymetfalarerapheden.coinfo: Music. Skip to main nenctizapssindoymetfalarerapheden.coinfo Hello, Sign in. Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Returns & Orders. Try. Prime Cart. Music Go Search Hello Select your address.
  4. Holly McNarland (born in Winnipeg, Manitoba) is a Canadian nenctizapssindoymetfalarerapheden.coinfo more noteworthy songs include "Stormy," "Elmo," and "Numb." She collaborated with Matthew Good for his song "Flight Recorder From Viking 7," which can be found on his album "Loser Anthems" and with fellow Canucks of The Tea Party on "Wishing you would stay". View wiki.
  5. Stuff is the debut studio album by Canadian singer-songwriter Holly McNarland, released in Canada on June 24, by Universal. The album was released in the United States on October 7, The album includes the singles "Elmo," "Coward" and the hit single " Numb.".
  6. Stuff, an Album by Holly McNarland. Released 24 June on Universal (catalog no. USD; CD). Genres: Pop Rock, Alternative Rock.
  7. Jun 24,  · Alanis Morissette may have gotten the attention, but Holly McNarland is the real deal -- angry yet rousing rock with feminist leanings. On Stuff, her debut, McNarland bursts out firing on all sixes: "Numb"'s kinetic acoustic guitar propels the album into high-energy right out; "Elmo", despite its cutesy title, is a bleeding-throat, guitar-screeching banshee of a rock tune; and "The Box" is /5(18).

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