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Armchair Apocrypha

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  1. American singer-songwriter Andrew Bird's fifth studio album

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  2. The album features more electric guitars, a change from the more acoustic-oriented Eggs, though the songs are similar in character if slightly more straightforward

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  3. "Simple X" is a track started by collaborator Dosh, who supplied the drum track on the final version, with Bird adding lyrics

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  4. The track "Imitosis" is an expansion of the song "I" (also called "Capital I" live) on his 2003 album Weather Systems

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  5. The song "Darkmatter" is also a rehash of the song "Sweetbreads", which can be found on the live EP Fingerlings 1

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