There Is a Moth in Your Chest (Dovecote)


There Is a Moth in Your Chest (Dovecote)

Infobox Album | Name = There Is A Moth In Your Chest
Type = Album
Artist = Mason Proper


Released = March 13, 2007
Recorded = 2004-2006
Genre = Alternative rock, Indie rock
Length = 45:30
Label = Dovecote
Producer = Mason Proper
Reviews =
*Amplifier Magazine [http://amplifiermagazine.com/reviews/cds/mason_proper_cd.php link]
Last album = "There Is A Moth In Your Chest" (2006)
This album = "There Is A Moth In Your Chest" (2007)
Next album =

"There Is A Moth In Your Chest" is the first album by the American rock band Mason Proper. This version is the final mix of the album, released on March 13, 2007, in the USA and April 24, 2007 in Canada. The album was the band's first nationwide album release, and first release for the New York based Dovecote Records.

Produced and recorded by Mason Proper, the album was mixed by John O'Mahoney and Jon Petrov. It was mastered by Andy Vondette at Masterdisk. In contrast to the Mang Chung release, artwork was provided by Joey Parlett at Cleveland based the Little Jacket company. The Dovecote release also features a re-shuffled tracklisting from the first version.

Track listing

All tracks written by Mason Proper.
#"A Chance Encounter" – 4:23
#"Miss Marylou Carreau" – 3:58
#"My My (Bad Fruit)" – 3:38
#"100 yrs" – 3:56
#"Intimidation" – 1:04
#"Chemical Dress Eliza" – 4:39
#"Lights Off" – 2:02
#"The World Is Smaller Than You Think" – 3:54
#"Mr Charm" – 2:30
#"I Spy" – 3:45
#"Life's Cornucopia" – 2:44
#"Carousel! Carousel!" – 4:38
#"Blue Lips Eternal Inquiry" – 4:19


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