Editors’ Notes Through a nearly two-decade career, Amanda Palmer has always laid herself bare to connect deeply with her fans. For her first solo album in six years, There Will Be No Intermission, the former Dresden Dolls bandleader remembers her own heroes, including author Judy Blume, while mining raw and emotional subject matter. She sketches out the painful experience of a friend going through an abortion across the rippling pianos of "Voicemail for Jill", while she advocates strength in the face of adversity on heart-wrenching battle cry "Bigger on the Inside". Brimming with acerbic wit and theatrical nous, Palmer reminds us why she remains one of the most uncompromising voices in music.

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All the Things
1
1:23
 
The Ride
2
10:13
 
Congratulations
3
0:37
 
Drowning in the Sound
4
5:45
 
Hold on Tight, Darling
5
0:40
 
The Thing About Things
6
5:35
 
Life's Such a Bitch Isn’t It
7
0:33
 
Judy Blume
8
6:45
 
Feeding the Dark
9
0:20
 
Bigger on the Inside
10
8:29
 
There Will Be No Intermission
11
1:01
 
Machete
12
6:09
 
You Know the Statistics
13
0:38
 
Voicemail for Jill
14
5:34
 
You'd Think I’d Shot Their Children
15
1:43
 
A Mother's Confession
16
10:37
 
They're Saying Not to Panic
17
0:27
 
Look Mummy, No Hands
18
5:30
 
Intermission Is Relative
19
0:54
 
Death Thing
20
5:00
 

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