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    Sense Field - Killed For Less music CD album at CD Universe, No synopsis available, enjoy top rated service and worldwide shipping.

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    Sense Field- Killed For Less LP (Color Vinyl) (LPs). The first full-length release from one of the most incredible groups out of Los Angeles, CA. Fourteen powerful songs that take music to a .

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    Jun 02,  · Sense Field's style of alt-rock clearly wasn't for everyone, but I'll be damned if this record doesn't rock my dick off. If you ask me, this earlier stuff was way better than the ensuing LP. Even though a few of these songs were re-recorded for Killed For Less, I like these versions better.

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    Mar 01,  · Today and Tomorrow Papercut Blue Glass Man Killed for Less Found You Futon Voice Soft Heather One from the Other Side The Thought.

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    Sense Field's Living Outside runs headlong into the heartbreak of young, jilted love with a clean, radio-friendly sound. Vocalist Jon Bunch and keyboardist/guitarist Chris Evenson have displayed a knack for penning catchy songs since 's Killed for Less debut. But the limited involvement of guitarist Rodney Sellars and the arrival of producer Brad Wood combined to prompt a move toward synth-pop for the /5(19).

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