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THE LONG WINTERS

Putting the Days to Bed

2006-07-19

In 2003, Neil Strauss of the New York Times called the Long Winters' music "smart, catchy, near-perfect indie-rock." The band's third LP, "Putting the Days to Bed", has been dubbed "the most compelling Long Winters release to date." It's the kind of album you want to listen to all the way through, because every song is that good. – Ben Kleyn Personal favorite: #5 9. "I wish we were naked"

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