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Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros

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40 Day Dream
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Janglin
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Up From Below
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Carries On
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Jade
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Home
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Desert Song
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Black Water
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Come In Please
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Simplest Love
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Kisses Over Babylon
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Brother
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Om Nashi Me
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 13   Total Length: 56:57

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Not available to UK subscribers

willCo

grr. Too bad that we're not allowed this marvellous album in the UK. I repeat, grrr

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Fantastic!

Maggiejh

This is the music I've been waiting for our generation to be able to make.

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Give it a few listens

CreamJalapeno

This album took me several listens to get it. Now I love it and some of the songs are my favorites right now.

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"Up From Below"

TerrapinFlyer

I've seen this album (with a different album cover) titled "Up From Below." Different label? Same songs and same order. Know why?

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Edward Sharpe & Magnetic Zeros

RidingSoundWaves

These guys are so much fun to watch in their videos. They have launched a style of their own. If you want a lift, take a moment and listen to "Home" or any number of their tracks. I have a friend who knows them and joins them on stage. They're unique and authentic!

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I found this...

Mike-E-Dread

to be a really good album. I was enjoying this even before the NFL network nabbed "Home" for their ad campaign...It's great to hear a throw back to the old school rock. It sounds fresh and contemporary...cool & grovey!

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Fine Album

FredEd

This is a great album. I didn't get to see them at Bumbershoot on Labor Day, because the crowd was so large that I couldn't get close. I bought the album and listen to it often. It is great music from a unique band.

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Yeah but...

driftways

Great name for a band that plays good music - infectious singalongs and some tunes that stick in your head. It's a great listen, BUT something not quite authentic about it. A little too self conscious maybe, resulting in music that was crafted to sound spontaneous. It's enjoyable, but what's next?

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Refreshing

softrockrocks

I downloaded this 10 months ago and it's still refreshing and enjoyable. Great album.

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really, really good

madwyoming

a one-up to the polyphonic spree! tag you are it!!!

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“40 Day Dream,” the Motown-infused, OutKast-inspired, heavily orchestrated “Beatlesque” soul jam that opens Up from Below, serves as a pretty good litmus test for what follows. Listeners who are put off by the robe-wearing Polyphonic Spree’s cultish glazed-eye self-help anthems or cringe when they hear the Mamas & the Papas’ “Young Girls Are Coming to the Canyon” would be advised to get off the magic bus early, as Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros have crafted a love letter to Laurel Canyon and all of its quasi-mystic juju that is as infuriatingly contrived and retro as it is forward-thinking and majestic. Formed in 2007 by Ima Robot frontman Alex Ebert, the mammoth 11-piece outfit embraces “the Summer of Love” with enough period beards, fonts, and Eastern mysticism to launch a thousand “Magical Mystery Tours,” but despite all of the analog equipment and peacenik grandstanding, standout tracks like “Home,” “Desert Song,” and the aforementioned “40 Day Dream” sweep you up in their grandeur like a patchouli tornado and dare you to take your clothes off and jump in the lake with them. – James Christopher Monger

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