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Thirteen Tales of Love and Revenge

Thirteen Tales of Love and Revenge
The Pierces
Released March 20, 2007
Genre Folk rock, pop
Length 47:04
Label Lizard King Records
The Pierces chronology

Light of the Moon
(2005)
Thirteen Tales of Love and Revenge
(2007)
You & I
(2011)

Thirteen Tales of Love and Revenge is the third full-length album by The Pierces.

Both "Three Wishes" and "Secret" appeared on the television series Gossip Girl in the episode "Hi, Society", where The Pierces made a cameo appearance as well; the music video for "Boring" appeared on the DVD of season 1. "Secret" is also the theme song for the TV series Pretty Little Liars and some of its lyrics are quoted during an episode in the show's second season.

Track listing

(All songs written by Catherine Pierce, Allison Pierce & Roger Greenawalt except where noted:)

No. Title Length
1. "Secret (Catherine Pierce)"   3:48
2. "Boring"   3:27
3. "Sticks and Stones"   3:11
4. "Lights On"   3:48
5. "Lies"   3:28
6. "Turn on Billie (Catherine Pierce)"   3:48
7. "Ruin (Allison Pierce)"   3:32
8. "Three Wishes (Catherine Pierce)"   3:41
9. "The Power of... (Allison Pierce)"   3:54
10. "Kill! Kill! Kill! (Catherine Pierce)"   3:03
11. "It Was You (Allison Pierce)"   3:42
12. "Boy in a Rock and Roll Band (Catherine Pierce)"   3:37
13. "Go To Heaven (Allison Pierce)"   4:05

Charts

Chart (2007/09) Peak
Position
U.S. Billboard Heatseakers Albums[1] 25
French Albums Chart[2] 134

References

External links

  • Official site
  • MySpace URL


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