Ghost Town (Owen album)

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Ghost Town
Ghost Town Owen.jpg
Studio album by Owen
Released November 8, 2011
Genre Indie Rock
Length 40:37
Label Polyvinyl Records
Producer Brian Deck, Neil Strauch
Owen chronology
O'Evelyn...
(2011)O'Evelyn...2011
Ghost Town
(2011)
L'Ami du Peuple
(2013)L'Ami du Peuple2013
Professional ratings
Aggregate scores
SourceRating
Metacritic(70/100) link
Review scores
SourceRating
Absolutepunk(8.6/10) link
Allmusic3.5/5 stars link
The A.V. Club(B-) link
The Line of Best Fit6.5/10 stars link
PopMatters6/10 stars link
PunkNews3.5/5 stars link
SputnikMusic(4.5/5) link
The 405(7.5/10) link

Ghost Town is the sixth full-length album by Chicago musician Mike Kinsella under the moniker Owen.[1] It was released on November 8, 2011 to mostly positive reviews.[2][3][4]

Track listing[edit]

No.TitleLength
1."Too Many Moons"4:46
2."No Place Like Home"4:43
3."O, Evelyn"2:56
4."I Believe"6:11
5."The Armoire"4:13
6."An Animal"4:36
7."No Language"4:09
8."Mother's Milk Breath"5:03
9."Everyone's Asleep in the House but Me"4:00
Total length:40:37

Development[edit]

Kinsella has stated in interviews that the album was composed over the course of about two years, with the early drum work beginning while he was on tour with a reunited Cap'n Jazz in 2010. Sources of inspiration for the record included his first experiences as a father, exploring his old home and defending his beliefs.[5]

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