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High Expectations/Low Results

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High Expectations
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Instantly Loved
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Memories Of Places We've Never Been
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Place I've Found
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Parlier De La Pluie Et Du Beau Temps
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Will You Tell Me Then
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Twenty-Three
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Gone With The Day
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Low Results
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 9   Total Length: 57:57

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Don't miss this gem!

mythguitarist

magical, drifting, powerful, beautifully driven music. vocal landscapes with pulsing bass and extremely well played guitar. MUST HAVE.

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awsome!!!!!

rick310

Download now!!!!

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Wow

sparklecoogs

First heard these guys on the indiefeed podcast, which featured "Memories of Places We've Never Been," the only track on the album that could possibly be defined as a single. The rest are insanely beautiful, atmospheric, sometimes trippy gems. "Will You Tell Me Then" is my favorite song, from any band in any genre, of the past year or two. I can't imagine a band wrenching any more emotion from a song. Very powerful.

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Great Album

Lindsay

This is a great solid album. I recomend listening to it as a whole becuase all the songs really flow and move together. Memories of Places is my fave song and is also the most radio/single friendly. Top Notch stuff!

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Seriously stoner stuff

trollbaby

Back in the 70's this music would have found me flat on the floor, high on whatever and mindlessly nodding my head in agreement. I have downloaded the whole album - it's THE best car music. Keep playing it over and over.

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They Say All Music Guide

A little bit Radiohead, a little bit Sigur Rós, and very much immersed in ethereal dream pop, this strong debut from Edmonton’s Faunts is a welcome addition to Canada’s growing roster of intriguing rock bands (playing shows with Broken Social Scene and Do Make Say Think has surely helped). As the record makes its way through such stellar moments as “Instantly Loved” and “Place I’ve Found,” keyboards blend with guitars, and the vocals, although never prominent, sail steadily through the mix. In fact, the band’s use of instruments is more than enough to create an intense experience. The 13-minute, snail-paced “Gone with the Day” adds slowcore and country to the relaxed atmosphere, greatly expanding the band’s palette. And High Expectations/Low Results surprises as much as it soothes: a vocoder enters the picture on “Twenty-Three” while at the same time Faunts seem to be nodding to ’70s psychedelia. A satisfying record for any fan of spacy rock. – Kenyon Hopkin

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