Foreign Keys

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Foreign Keys
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Studio album by Jandek
Released 1985
Genre Folk, experimental, outsider
Length 43:47
Label Corwood Industries
Producer Corwood Industries
Jandek chronology
Nine-Thirty
(1985)
Foreign Keys
(1985)
Telegraph Melts
(1986)

Foreign Keys is the second album released in 1985 by musician Jandek, and his eleventh overall. It finds him returning to the band sound with a vengeance, and is the first all-band Jandek album, with no acoustic numbers whatsoever. It is also an album almost split down the middle between tracks sung by the main artist and those by his female counterpart, assumed to be "Nancy" (it is certainly the same vocalist from "Nancy Sings" on Chair Beside a Window).

Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 3/5 stars link
Forced Exposure (very favorable) link

Track listing[edit]

  1. Spanish in Me – 5:42
  2. Lost Cause – 4:27
  3. Caper – 5:44
  4. Uncle Steve – 2:28
  5. Don't Be So Mean – 2:07
  6. Coming Quiet – 1:54
  7. Needs No Sun – 3:12
  8. Oh No – 2:20
  9. Some of Your Peace – 2:41
  10. Put it Away – 4:27
  11. Ballad of Robert – 3:45
  12. River to Madrid – 4:21

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