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Rina Sawayama -"Hold The Girl" / To commemorate the one-year anniversary of Rina Sawayama's hit album, Hold The Girl, a new version of the LP is now available on white and cobalt blue colored vinyl with a brand-new cover. Rina juxtaposes intimate storytelling with arena-sized songs, creating an ambitious and original album. A bold and honest statement of Rina's personal evolution, Hold The Girl finds Sawayama coming to terms with her own past and the jubilation of turning to the future.
Rina Sawayama -"Hold The Girl" / To commemorate the one-year anniversary of Rina Sawayama's hit album, Hold The Girl, a new version of the LP is now available on white and cobalt blue colored vinyl with a brand-new cover. Rina juxtaposes intimate storytelling with arena-sized songs, creating an ambitious and original album. A bold and honest statement of Rina's personal evolution, Hold The Girl finds Sawayama coming to terms with her own past and the jubilation of turning to the future.
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Rina Sawayama - Hold The Girl: 1st Anniversary Edition [White/Cobalt Blue LP]

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Format: Vinyl
Label: DIRTY HIT
Rel. Date: 09/15/2023
UPC: 5060257963706

Hold The Girl: 1st Anniversary Edition [White/Cobalt Blue LP]
Artist: Rina Sawayama
Format: Vinyl
New: Call (512) 474-2500 to check in-store availability $25.98
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DISC: 1

1. Minor Feelings
2. Hold the Girl
3. This Hell
4. Catch Me in the Air
5. Forgiveness
6. Holy (Til You Let Me Go)
7. Your Age
8. Imagining
9. Frankenstein
10. Hurricanes
11. Send My Love to John
12. Phantom
13. To Be Alive

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Rina Sawayama -"Hold The Girl" / To commemorate the one-year anniversary of Rina Sawayama's hit album, Hold The Girl, a new version of the LP is now available on white and cobalt blue colored vinyl with a brand-new cover. Rina juxtaposes intimate storytelling with arena-sized songs, creating an ambitious and original album. A bold and honest statement of Rina's personal evolution, Hold The Girl finds Sawayama coming to terms with her own past and the jubilation of turning to the future.

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