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Where the Sands Turn to Gold

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Disc 1 of 2
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Two Views of the New Zealand Landscape
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Meander
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Every Wave Has Its Own Integrity
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Eric Gaffney
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Tokyo Guitar Flashback
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Death of a Microphone
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Shooting Speed with Lou Reed
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Lou, Nico, Sterling, John and Maureen
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Live at Leeds
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Fender: Six Strings of Tonal and Atonal Vibrations
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You Said I Could Bring My Guitar
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United States Direct Investment in Other Countries
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Disc 2 of 2
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A Magnetic Breakthrough
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Ode to the Mountain Goats
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George Harrison Plays Sitar
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Beyond Infinite
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This Is Not Spacerock
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Calvin Johnson Has Saved Rock for an Entire Generation
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Cheltenham 1
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Cheltenham 2
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She Was Into S & M and Bible Studies. Not Everyone's Cup of Tea, She Would Admit to Me. Her Cup of Tea, She Would Admit to No One.
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The Last of the Famous Electronic Playboys
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Me and Wayne Rogers
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Mechanical Sound Construction
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 24   Total Length: 137:02

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Rob Young

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03.19.12
Azusa Plane, Where the Sands Turn to Gold
2012 | Label: Rocket Girl / The Orchard

This two-album retrospective compiles the prodigious output of Philadelphia guitarist Jason DiEmilio, whose lo-fi/shoegaze group Azusa Plane — active mainly in the 1990s — included guitarist Jason Knight and (occasionally) drummer Quentin Stoltzfus. At times suffocatingly dense, these homemade tracks swell up and outward like gas giants composed of controlled feedback waves. Like a more scientific MBV, Azusa Plane’s gorgeously abrasive textures were infinitely malleable: they could take the shape of sweet indie pop (“Live… read more »

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