Timesquare (album)

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Released2000 (2000)
Genre Indie Pop Indie Rock
Label Spare Me Records
Marshmallow Coast chronology
Seniors & Juniors
Marshmallow Coasting

Timesquare is a 2000 album and the second studio album by Marshmallow Coast [1]

Track listing [2]

2."In the Army Kid"02:36
3."Spencer for Hire = Expensive"02:59
5."Crooked Dance"01:36
6."Bermuda Rectangle"04:04
7."I Love Satie"04:08
8."Hell Tingles"02:58
9."Wedding In Catland"02:57
10."Between Love and Puke On the Bus"01:36
11."Time to Go to Work"00:18
12."Curly Whisper (Bonus Track)"04:00
13."Darker Side of Lightning (Bonus Track)"01:43
14."Instrumental (Bonus Track)"01:13
15."Ceilings Fall a Lot (Bonus Track)"04:10
16."I Hope You Like Rocking (Bonus Track)"00:45
17."Shimmering In a Bulb of Glass 98" (Bonus Track)"02:22
18."Squinting Out the Lights (Bonus Track)"01:24
19."So&So's and Emeralds (Bonus Track)"02:49
Total length:45:11

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  1. "Marshmallow Coast - Timesquare". Discogs. 1997. Retrieved 2017-12-15.
  2. Times Square by Marshmallow Coast on Apple Music, 2009-10-27, retrieved 2017-12-15