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The Submarines

The Submarines are an indie pop group comprising John Dragonetti (aka Jack Drag) and Blake Hazard, who initially crossed paths while working as solo artists in Boston. Introduced by mutual friends, the pair soon became musically and romantically involved. Dragonetti produced Hazard's debut solo album, 2002's Little Airplane, and they began playing and performing with each other's bands. The couple moved west to Los Angeles to continue their career in warmer environs, but their relationship ended during the fall of 2004. The event fueled their respective songwriting, however, and since Hazard still recorded her material at Dragonetti's studio, the two began sharing the songs they'd penned about their breakup. Apparently, this also worked to reconcile their love, and the two got back together, recorded the aforementioned breakup songs, and ultimately married. Declare a New State!, which was mastered by a friend as a wedding present, was then released on the Nettwerk label in 2006. Honeysuckle Weeks followed in May 2008, featuring decidedly happier songs and an increased emphasis on Hazard's lead vocals. ~ Marisa Brown
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The Submarines

  1.   Song
  2.   You, Me and the Bourgeoisie
  3.   Xavia
  4.   Submarine Symphonika
  5.   Fire
  6.   1940
  7.   Peace and Hate
  8.   The Tide
  9.   My Darling Clementine
  10.   Darkest Things
  11.   Fern Beard
  12.   Brightest Hour
  13.   Anymore
  14.   The Sun Shines at Night
  15.   Clouds
  16.   Epic Air Voyage
  17.   Where You Are
  18.   Tigers
  19.   Shoelaces
  20.   Ivaloo
  21.   Birds
  22.   A Satellite, Stars and an Ocean Behind You
  23.   Swimming Pool
  24.   The Thorny Thicket
  25.   This Conversation
  26.   Modern Inventions
  27.   Brighter Discontent
  28.   Vote
  29.   Ready or Not
  30.   Hope
  31.   Maybe
  32.   Your Silent Face
  33.   Peace and Hate by Morgan Page
  34.   Just Like Honey
  35.   Plans
  36.   The Good Night
  37.   The Wake Up Song

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