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Fever

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Marina
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Rigamaroo
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Wild Machines
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Ooh Boy
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Acid Love
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Desert God
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Open Eyes
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Freedom Line
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Sandstorm Woman
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 9   Total Length: 42:23

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Tim Chester

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05.17.10
A long, strange trip that gallops direct from sun-parched SoCal to your speakers
Label: ATP Recordings

Of all the West Coast psych-rock practitioners keeping the patchouli flames burning, Sleepy Sun initially seem like the most laidback. On opener "Marina," lazy, distorted chords drag under dual singers Bret Constantino and Rachel Williams's narcotic croons. However, soon a tribal rhythm kicks in and the reverie is snapped. It's a trick employed again and again across Fever, and it defines Sleepy Sun's modus operandi: fooling you into filing them under "stoner jams" before assaulting… read more »

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Spiralmind

Like the other reviewer stated, it does need to grow on you but that's not a bad thing. I have had many albums that are amazing not click right off the bat. This one is just that. I was not looking for this type of music when I got it and after playing it a dozen times over a month or so it started to really creep up on me. There is a great video of Sandstorm Woman on Youtube of them live. Check it out.

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Epic

Swarmy

This album has it all: MASSIVE riffs, gentle folky passages, tribal drumming...thundering moments, thoughtful moments, trippy moments. The band's name is quite apt, as the one thing that ties together their sound is the warm, sun-drenched feel of every song. One of the very best albums of 2010.

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Keeps on Growing On Me

dmeckenrode

The song writing just keeps on getting better for their last album. I listen to this album all the time. It's nice to see Sleepy Sun get better on their sophomore record.

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embrace everything they do

Hrpufnstuf

Havent even heard this yet but if its anything like the last one,Embrace.Wow unbelieveably great band,waiting for the download to finish and hear it fully,great sweeps of shoegaze guitars noodled over well,beauty of an album,dont forget I am talking of the other album but they cant have lost that sort of talent.

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