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  1. Warren Zevon - Transverse City Album Lyrics; 1. Down In The Mall - Bit Digitally Remastered 02 Lyrics: 2. They Moved The Moon - Bit Digitally Remastered 02 Lyrics: 3. Nobody's In Love This Year Lyrics: 4. Nobody’s in Love This Year Lyrics: 5. Transverse City Lyrics: 6. Run Straight Down Lyrics: 7. The Long Arm Of The Law Lyrics: 8.
  2. Transverse City, an Album by Warren Zevon. Released 12 October on Virgin (catalog no. ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Singer/Songwriter, Pop Rock.
  3. Warren Zevon made a huge stylistic departure when he released this album-long essay on the rising technocracy, fueled by the cyber-punk visions that were so popular in the late 80s and early 90s. The romance is (mostly) gone, the piano makes only token appearances, and his sharp sense of humor is only overtly on display once or twice/5(61).
  4. Transverse City Bass – John Patatucci* Drums – Richie Hayward Guitar – Jerry Garcia Keyboards – Warren Zevon Written-By – Stefan Arngrim, Warren Zevon: A2: Run Straight Down Acoustic Guitar – Waddy Wachtel Bass – Bob Glaub Drums – Richie Hayward Guitar – David Gilmour Harmony Vocals – J.D. Souther* Keyboards – Warren.
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  6. Warren Zevon. Warren William Zevon /ˈziːvɒn/ (January 24, – September 7, ) was an American rock singer-songwriter and musician noted for including his sometimes sardonic opinions of life in his musical lyrics, composing songs that were sometimes humorous and often had political or historical themes.
  7. Transverse City is a song cycle about a culture in collapse, in which technology has become our unfriendly master, the sky and stars have grown unfamiliar to us, conflict lurks around every corner, and our last remaining freedom is the right to spend our money.
  8. Transverse City was released in 89 and has the physical attributes of the 80's, including a bit of 80's keyboard work, but the album is FAR from dated. It features his usual satirical treatment of the world he knew, particulalry humorous is "Down at the Mall." and ends on the bittersweet "Nobody's In Love This Year."/5(63).

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