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Originally released in 2002, The Language Of Cities was Maserati’s second album – and their last before Jerry Fuchs joined the band. Out-of-print and unavailable for over a decade, The Language Of Citiesfinally gets reissued on all formats to commemorate the band’s 20th anniversary.

Remastered from the original master tapes by Josh Bonati, The Language Of Citiesfeatured Maserati’s original lineup of Coley Dennis, Matt Cherry, Steve Scarborough, and Phil Horan, and remains the most sprawling and contemplative album of the band’s decades-long career. 

Originally released in 2002, The Language Of Cities was Maserati’s second album – and their last before Jerry Fuchs joined the band. Out-of-print and unavailable for over a decade, The Language Of Citiesfinally gets reissued on all formats to commemorate the band’s 20th anniversary.

Remastered from the original master tapes by Josh Bonati, The Language Of Citiesfeatured Maserati’s original lineup of Coley Dennis, Matt Cherry, Steve Scarborough, and Phil Horan, and remains the most sprawling and contemplative album of the band’s decades-long career. 

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The Language Of Cities: Anniversary Edition [LP]
Artist: Maserati
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $27.98
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DISC: 1

1. Ambassador Of Cinema
2. The Language
3. Moving With Heavy Hearts
4. Keep It Gold
5. Being A President Is Like Riding A Tiger
6. Cities
7. A Common Interest In Silence
8. here Will Always Be Someone Behind You

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Originally released in 2002, The Language Of Cities was Maserati’s second album – and their last before Jerry Fuchs joined the band. Out-of-print and unavailable for over a decade, The Language Of Citiesfinally gets reissued on all formats to commemorate the band’s 20th anniversary.

Remastered from the original master tapes by Josh Bonati, The Language Of Citiesfeatured Maserati’s original lineup of Coley Dennis, Matt Cherry, Steve Scarborough, and Phil Horan, and remains the most sprawling and contemplative album of the band’s decades-long career. 

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