Here, Here and Here
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|Here, Here and Here|
|Studio album by Meg & Dia|
|Released||April 21, 2009|
|Genre||Alternative rock, indie rock, Indie pop|
|Label||Warner Bros. via Sire Records|
|Meg & Dia chronology|
|Singles from Here, Here and Here|
In contrast to the band's previous release Something Real, here, here and here minimally references literature. The sole exception is the track "Hug me" (née "Hug me till you drug me"), which was inspired by Brave New World. The eponymous closing track references a Mozart quote and narrative in which the composer points to his heart, mind and ears (here, here and here) in order to explain how he wrote his music.
|1.||"Going Away"||D. Frampton||D. Frampton||3:25|
|2.||"Hug Me"||D. Frampton||D. Frampton||3:26|
|3.||"What If"||M. Frampton, D. Frampton||M. Frampton||3:24|
|4.||"Are There Giants Too, in the Dance?"||M. Frampton, D. Frampton||M. Frampton||3:23|
|5.||"Inside My Head"||D. Frampton||D. Frampton||4:24|
|6.||"Black Wedding"||D. Frampton||M. Frampton, D. Frampton, M. Squire||3:31|
|7.||"Bored of Your Love" (featuring Tom Higgenson)||D. Frampton, M. Frampton, T. Higgenson||D. Frampton, M. Frampton, T. Higgenson||3:02|
|8.||"One Sail"||D. Frampton||D. Frampton, M. Frampton||4:20|
|9.||"The Last Great Star in Hollywood"||D. Frampton, M. Frampton||M. Frampton||3:12|
|10.||"Agree to Disagree"||M. Frampton||M. Frampton||3:41|
|11.||"Fighting for Nothing"||D. Frampton||D. Frampton||4:25|
|12.||"Kiss You Goodnight"||M. Frampton, D. Frampton||M. Frampton||4:07|
|13.||"Here, Here and Here"||M. Frampton||M. Frampton||4:14|
The iTunes version has an exclusive 14th track, "What If (Remix)", remixed by Meg Frampton.
Purchasing the album through MegandDia.com includes an instant download of "Agree to Disagree (GarageBand Demo)". The first 1,000 pre-orders also came with an additional autographed booklet. The band's official site offers an exclusive CD/DVD package which includes a 30-minute featurette documenting the making of the album.
Here, Here and Here debuted at number one on the Billboard Heatseekers Chart and number 103 on the Top 200.
"Let's Go Away," "Brightside," and "Giant" were all alternate titles to tracks 01, "Going Away", 09 "The Last Great Star In Hollywood", and 04, "Are There Giants, Too, In The Dance?", respectively.
- Allmusic review
- Entertainment Weekly review
- "Meg & Dia Interview- Meg Frampton and Jonathan Snyder". Archived from the original on 2009-05-20. Retrieved 2009-05-03.
- "Top 100 Music Hits, Top 100 Music Charts, Top 100 Songs & The Hot 100". Billboard.com. Retrieved 2012-02-21.
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