Dimestore Diamond

Album: Music For Men (2009)
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Songfacts®:

  • This was the opening track from the Arkansas alternative rock trio Gossip's fourth album, Music For Men.
  • This references "Coal to Diamonds" from Gossip's, 2006 Standing in the Way of Control album.
  • Singer Beth Ditto told the NME June 27, 2009: "It was originally recorded on Nathan (Howdeshell, guitar)'s laptop in a hotel room at three in the morning. It was really influenced by David Bowie."

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