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Real Name: Jens Lekman. Maple Leaves (EP, Single).
If Rocky Dennis feels a little truncated, it's because the concept determines the EP's shape. It's too thin to merit a full album, but four tracks just can't develop these ideas enough, especially when one of those tracks is only a minute's worth of orchestrated strings, with no vocals and no discernible theme. It's telling that the EP's best track, "If You Ever Need a Stranger", is the only one not specifically about Dennis.
Rocky Dennis in Heaven is an extended play by Swedish indie pop musician Jens Lekman. It was released on 21 January 2004 on Service. The EP was later released as simply Rocky Dennis on 6 April 2004 on Secretly Canadian. The EP's songs were written about the life and artistic biographies of Roy L. Dennis, who suffered from the extremely rare medical condition known as craniodiaphyseal dysplasia.
Rocky V: Music From and Inspired By the Motion Picture is the soundtrack album to the 1990 film Rocky V. The album is a complete departure from the previous soundtracks in the Rocky film series because it doesn't consist mainly of classic Bill Conti songs or rock music, but is instead dominated by hip hop and new jack swing music. Although the classic Conti songs "Conquest", "Mickey", and "Gonna Fly Now" are used in the film, they are not featured on the soundtrack.
Download Rocky Dennis-Maple Leaves- torrent or any other torrent from the Audio Music. 2003 five-track EP by Jens Lekman under his former alias Rocky Dennis. For fans of Stephen Merritt, Magnetic Fields, Jonathan Richman etc.
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