Episode 3: Bleed American

Episode 3 March 05, 2021 00:45:40
Episode 3: Bleed American
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Episode 3: Bleed American
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Show Notes

This week, Caitlin gets a little passionate about one of her favorite records Bleed American, the fourth studio album by Jimmy Eat World released in 2001, and its influence on the world of emo music by helping the genre become more mainstream.

 

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