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SOME MAD HOPE, is Matt Nathanson sixth studio album (and first for Vanguard), is in many ways his most fully realized work to date. Diving headlong into a sea of chiming guitars, the San Francisco-based singer/songwriter balances his intensely personal worldview with engaging character studies and a goodly bit of soul-stirring romantic passion.
SOME MAD HOPE, is Matt Nathanson sixth studio album (and first for Vanguard), is in many ways his most fully realized work to date. Diving headlong into a sea of chiming guitars, the San Francisco-based singer/songwriter balances his intensely personal worldview with engaging character studies and a goodly bit of soul-stirring romantic passion.
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Format: CD
Label: VAN
Catalog: 79827
Rel. Date: 08/14/2007
UPC: 015707982726

Some Mad Hope
Artist: Matt Nathanson
Format: CD
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SOME MAD HOPE, is Matt Nathanson sixth studio album (and first for Vanguard), is in many ways his most fully realized work to date. Diving headlong into a sea of chiming guitars, the San Francisco-based singer/songwriter balances his intensely personal worldview with engaging character studies and a goodly bit of soul-stirring romantic passion.

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''Some Mad Hope'' is the sixth studio album by American singer-songwriter Matt Nathanson, released on August 14, 2007. It peaked on the Billboard 200 at #60, and peaked at 3 on the Top Independent Albums. ''Some Mad Hope'' was Nathanson's first album for Vanguard Records, and contained two singles that became AAA airplay staples, "Car Crash" and "Come On Get Higher". In September 2008 Vanguard Records announced "All We Are" and "To the Beat of Our Noisy Hearts" as future singles, Nathanson has expressed live that he feels "Falling Apart" is the hit on the album but it remains to be seen if this will see release to radio. To date, it is Nathanson's most successful album.

The album has sold 234,960 copies to date. - Wikipedia

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