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Two New Tom Waits CDs!

I’m the proud owner of not one, but two new CDs from Tom Waits. Alice and Blood Money are more great additions to the library of one of the most unique and talented artists around. The packaging and photography of the CDs are gorgeous as well. But you shouldn’t judge a book by the cover and the lyrics by Tom and Kathleen Brennan crawl into your soul, settle down and spend some time in there. As Tom says about Blood Money on the Anti label’s site:
I like a beautiful song that tells you terrible things.

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