Theatre Is Evil - Amanda Palmer & The Grand Theft Orchestra Reviews
Description:Artist: Amanda Palmer & The Grand Theft Orchestra / Audio CD released 2012-09-10 at Cooking Vinyl / Disc #1 Tracklisting 1 Meow Meow Introduces the Grand Theft Orchestra 2 Smile (Picture or It Didn t Happen) 3 The Killing Type 4 Do It with a Rockstar 5 ... more
Theatre Is Evil - Amanda Palmer & The Grand Theft Orchestra ... Rockstar
5 Want It Back
6 Grown Man Cry
7 Trout Heart Replica
8 A Grand Theft Intermission
11 The Bed Song
12 Massachusetts Avenue
13 Melody Dean
15 Olly Olly Oxen Free
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