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February 9, 2009 With track titles like "29 Acts of Love," "Lovers In The Bathroom," and "Love Songs," it's clear the Los Angeles-based trio Gliss concerns itself largely with matters of the heart. But the tales of love and lust on the band's latest album, Devotion Implosion, are complicated affairs, with suggestive lyrics delivered by frontman Marty Klingman's seductively edgy vocals.
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