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  1. Jan 26,  · Teeth Sinking Into Heart. For this Mountain Stage performance, Yamagata plays "Elephants" and "Sunday Afternoon" from the recent album's first side, "Faster" from the second, and "Be, Be Your Love.
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  7. The second disc, "Teeth Sinking Into Heart", features Ms. Yamagata "rocking out" with more guitar based, faster songs, though it has its slow moments with "Pause The Tragic Ending" and "Don't". I ordered the album from Turkey and waited almost three weeks for .
  8. Development. The album is split into two CDs: Elephants, featuring a darker, more vulnerable and intimate tone, which is said to be more similar to Yamagata's debut, Happenstance; while Teeth Sinking into Heart, shows a grittier, more cynical side of the artist, who has described it as "this mix of Pulp Fiction surf guitar, PJ Harvey [and] Tom Waits-flavored rock tunes which would be great.