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Who Do We Hate Today?

Jim Bob

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Former Carter USM member Jim Bob follows up his 2020 album Pop Up Jim Bob with another collection of socially aware indie pop. Who Do We Hate Today sees him taking on topics as diverse as social distancing, key workers, and lonely elephants. The set was recorded with his band the Hoodrats in his native South London.
© Rich Wilson /TiVo

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1
Jim's Bed Of Unease (Intro)
00:00:21

Jim Bob, MainArtist - James Neil Morrison, Composer

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2
The Earth Bleeds Out
00:01:18

Jim Bob, MainArtist - James Neil Morrison, Composer

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3
Shona Is Dating A Drunk, Woman Hating Neanderthal Man
00:03:19

Jim Bob, MainArtist - James Neil Morrison, Composer

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4
#prayfortony
00:02:16

Jim Bob, MainArtist - James Neil Morrison, Composer

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5
Where's The Backdoor, Steve?
00:02:19

Jim Bob, MainArtist - James Neil Morrison, Composer

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6
Karen (Is Thinking Of Changing Her Name)
00:03:05

Jim Bob, MainArtist - James Neil Morrison, Composer

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7
A Random Act
00:06:01

Jim Bob, MainArtist - James Neil Morrison, Composer

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8
The Summer Of No Touching
00:02:56

Jim Bob, Composer, MainArtist

© 2021 Cherry Red Records ℗ 2021 Jim Bob Jim Bob

9
Song For The Unsung (You're So Modest You'll Never Think This Song Is About You)
00:04:15

Jim Bob, MainArtist - James Neil Morrison, Composer

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10
Men
00:02:41

Jim Bob, MainArtist - James Neil Morrison, Composer

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11
Evan Knows The Sirens
00:02:29

Jim Bob, MainArtist - James Neil Morrison, Composer

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12
The Loneliest Elephant In The World
00:04:27

Jim Bob, MainArtist - James Neil Morrison, Composer

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Who Do We Hate Today?
00:01:08

Jim Bob, MainArtist - James Neil Morrison, Composer

© 2021 Cherry Red Records ℗ 2021 Cherry Red Records Cherry Red Records

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Former Carter USM member Jim Bob follows up his 2020 album Pop Up Jim Bob with another collection of socially aware indie pop. Who Do We Hate Today sees him taking on topics as diverse as social distancing, key workers, and lonely elephants. The set was recorded with his band the Hoodrats in his native South London.
© Rich Wilson /TiVo

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