Episode 6: Leaving Through the Window

Episode 6 March 27, 2021 00:50:00
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Episode 6: Leaving Through the Window
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This week, Caitlin examines Something Corporate's second album Leaving Through the Window, released in 2002, along with its ~astronomical~ reception.

Episodes are recorded, produced, and published through WXJM, the student-run college radio station at James Madison University in Harrisonburg, Virginia. For more information, visit us at www.wxjm.org or contact our Talk Director at [email protected]

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