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Magnetic Bodies/Maps of Bones
Human Hearts is an album by the indie pop band Maritime. It is the band's fourth full-length album and was released on April 5, 2011.
We, the Vehicles
We, the Vehicles is the second album by Maritime. It is the band's final album with the bass guitarist Eric Axelson. Of the album, Brian Howe of Pitchfork said that it "not only exceeds its predecessor [Glass Floor], but serves as a corrective to every one of its deficiencies."
Glass Floor is the first full-length album by the indie pop group Maritime. It was the follow-up to the Adios EP, which contained five tracks. The songs on this album range from acoustic ballads to fast acoustic driven songs as well as heartfelt love songs and fast, poppy tunes which was on the Adios EP.
Brian Howe, of Pitchfork panned the album, saying it was "nothing to write home about, and didn't hold out any hope for great things to come either." However, Howe was more positive about the band's later album, We, the Vehicles.
Maritime on Audiotree Live
Heresy and the Hotel Choir
Heresy and the Hotel Choir is an album by the indie pop band Maritime. It is the band's third full-length album and was released on October 16, 2007.
Maritime Live at Schubas 11/05/2004
Light You Up
Come One Come All Ye Faithful Ones
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