Glen Hansard Album Stream

2012-06-12 by Sanders | 5 Comments
The debut solo album from Glen Hansard (front man of The Frames, one half of The Swell Season and star of the Oscar-winning film "Once"), Rhythm And Repose, has been made available to stream by npr ahead of its June 19th release date.

http://www.npr.org/2012/06/10/154157528/first-listen-glen-hansard-rhythm-and-repose

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Sanders
June 12th 2012
2410 Comments


This is really fucking good. For those of you who haven't heard The Swell Season, get on that shit asap

Aids
June 12th 2012
24407 Comments


oh man i bet this is awesome, gotta check it out

Knott-
Emeritus
June 12th 2012
10198 Comments


the frames are so good

the swell season are so good

"Once" is so good

i'm pretty sure this will rule.

nnnope
June 13th 2012
418 Comments


cooooool

Danyll
June 13th 2012
19 Comments


I can't wait for this. Been listening to the stream and dying to own a copy.



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