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    Apr 19,  · Throughout the Game Theory songbook, but especially in "Real Nighttime" (), you can hear an anguished concentration on language and its rules (“she’ll be a verb when you’re a noun.

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    Jul 22,  · Released in , Real Nighttime wasn't Game Theory's first album -- they'd self-released the home-recorded Blaze of Glory in , and a pair of EPs had been fashioned into the LP Dead Center-- but it was the first record that truly fulfilled Scott Miller's ideas and ambitions for his music. With Real Nighttime, Miller and his bandmates had a bigger budget 9/

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    Lolita Nation is the fourth full-length album by Game Theory, a California power pop band fronted by guitarist and singer-songwriter Scott drivmaylycharmavenleresincnokeepdy.coinfoally released in as a double LP, the album was reissued by Omnivore Recordings in February as .

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    Jul 29,  · Malik B returned as a featured guest on the group’s album “Game Theory” and “Rising Down” in As a solo artist, he released .

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    Game Theory. What an amazing band. I still do not believe that they didn't hit big. Real Nighttime is a perfect album. And Lolita Nation and The Big Shot Chronicles are magnificent follow ups. Scott Miller may be gone (r.i.p.), but we do still have these wonderful, brilliant albums.

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    May 18,  · PJ sings Turn Her Away, from the Believe It Or Not album, written by Barry Mason/Les Reed, also found on the Whats Wrong With My World album jimmyproby.

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    The album was released on September 21, , and was publicized two days later with a live concert at Terminal 5 in New York City with John Legend and Jennifer Hudson that was streamed on YouTube. On October 30, , the Roots and John Legend played live at the Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear in Washington, D.C.

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    Jul 15,  · Provided to YouTube by Omnivore Recordings I Turned Her Away · Game Theory Real Nighttime ℗ Scott Vanderbilt under exclusive license to Omnivore Recordings Composer, Writer: Scott Miller.

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