Broken (And Other Rogue States)
|Broken (And Other Rogue States)|
|Studio album by Luke Doucet|
|Released||October 27, 2005|
|Genre||Indie rock, country|
|Luke Doucet chronology|
Broken (And Other Rogue States) is Luke Doucet's third album. The album was released in 2005 in Canada. A break-up album, Broken focused on the heartbreak of a failed relationship. Broken was nominated for a 2006 Juno Award in the Adult Alternative Album of the Year category.
All songs were written by Luke Doucet, except where noted.
- "Broken One" (Doucet, Shawn McDonald)
- "Stumbling Gingerly Back to Emily's Apartment"
- "Emily, Please"
- "Lucky Strikes"
- "It's Not the Liquor I Miss"
- "One Too Many"
- "If I Drop Names of Exotic Towns That You'll Never See, in the Songs That I Write, It's That That's All I Have When I Miss My Girl & You're Taking Yours Home Tonight"
- "No Love to Be Made Here Now"
- "Keep Her Away from Me"
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