17 Shouts - 38,050 Scrobbles
To know Denver Dalley, is to love him. The onetime guitarist from Conor Oberst’s Desaparecidos, and frontman of the hiatal Statistics, has been spending the better part of the last decade touring the globe and leaving a trail of close friendships in his wake. Incredibly kind and lacking the aloof pretension that most musicians flaunt, Dalley has established an army of devoted friends and followers everywhere he goes. INTRAMURAL is proof of this.
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Top SongsTotal plays on Last.fm over the last 6 months
- Inspired - (4:03) - 35 plays
- This is a Landslide (with Greg Dulli of the Twilight Singers) - (3:46) - 11 plays
- Needle Point (with Teresa Eggers of the Evening Episode) - (4:44) - 9 plays
- Nights Are Long (with Josh Dawson of Slender Means) - (3:12) - 10 plays
- Spy (with Tricia Kanne of Minipop) - (2:50) - 8 plays
- Rocket - (3:02) - 12 plays
- From The Ground Feat. John Roderick Of The Long Winters - (4:14) - 5 plays
- My My, Tennessee (with Matt Friction of Pink Spiders) - (3:36) - 7 plays
- From the Ground - (4:13) - 11 plays
- This is a Landslide - (3:45) - 8 plays
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