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Dev - Bittersweet July album flac

  • Performer: Dev
  • Title: Bittersweet July
  • Size FLAC ver: 1172 mb
  • Date of release: 2015
  • Style: Synth-pop, Electro
  • Other formats: VOC DXD MP4 MPC MIDI MMF AC3
  • Genre: Electronic / Pop
  • Rating: 4.4 of 5
Dev  - Bittersweet July album flac


1 Honey Dip 3:52
2 Feel It 4:03
3 Baby, We Go 3:22
4 Kids 2:59
5 Who Needs A Heart 2:54
6 You Want Me 2:48
7 Gimmie Some 2:53
8 Parade 3:16
9 Celebrate The Weekend 3:27
10 The Night Is Young 4:04


Compilation of the two previously released Bittersweet EP's

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 808391002920

Features Song Lyrics for Dev's Bittersweet July (EP) album.

Bittersweet July by Dev have 5 Song Tracks for download in this English album.

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Bittersweet July is the second extended play (EP) by American recording artist Dev, released on September 23, 2014 by her own record label Rica Lyfe Records. It is her first project released since her debut studio album The Night the Sun Came Up (2011). Dev worked mainly with NanosauR, followed by Benny Cassette and Peter Wade (MNDR). Honey Dip" was released as the lead single from Bittersweet July on November 5, 2014.

Bittersweet July EP Tracklist.

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Bittersweet July (2014). Who Needs A Heart Songtext. Alle songtexte von Dev. Social. Rock On It. I Only See You When I'm Dreamin'.

Baby, We Go. Feel It. Honey Dip. Kids. Who Needs A Heart Dev Bittersweet July songs tracklist and lyrics.

Tom Newman, who went on to glory as the engineer of choice for Mike Oldfield, handles the vocals for the majority of the album (the exception being Chris Jackson's "Crying Is for Writers"), as well as the majority of the songwriting. Tony Duhig, who later moved on to start Jade Warrior and Assagai, provides guitars and a strong sense of Indian music, although the greater part of his participation is via warbling and groaning guitars, and a fortunately blazing solo in the midst of the otherwise painful "Crying Is for Writers

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