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- Posted on Jan 21st 2009 4:00PM by Benjy Eisen
"Had I still had my first album to make, which isn't beyond the imagination, it would turn out another thing than when it was released that while ago," Perkins tells Spinner. "The Dearland record has a broader emotional and sonic spectrum to it, and arguably gets more out of the system than its predecessor. Moving and yelling can work wonders for the constitution."
We take that truth to be self-evident, going on observation from several other emotional singer-songwriters. Just a heads-up, Mister Perkins: Ryan Adams wants you to know that in Dearland, there's no shortage of cardinals.