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III

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Space Academy
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Dead Horses
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How Do I Know When To Say Goodnite?
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Your Hate
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Stupid Moon
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Twin Sikk Moons
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They Burned You
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Summer Inside
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Amnesty Box
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Catch Em Before They Vanish
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 10   Total Length: 30:46

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Marc Hogan

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Marc Hogan is Wondering Sound's Lead News Writer. He has written for SPIN, Pitchfork and others. His work has been noted by the The New York Times and Da Capo B...more »

02.19.13
Synth-wielding, psychedelic take on punky guitar pop successfully moves beyond lo-fi
2013 | Label: Woodsist / Revolver

Over the last half-decade, we’ve seen a handful of bands emerge that embraced cruddy recording fidelity as an aesthetic choice rather than a limitation. Red-lining distortion and sludgy tape hiss didn’t have to get in the way of the songs; rather, for those who’d absorbed the lessons of the Swell Maps, Flying Nun or early Pavement sides, imperfections could become like instruments — almost as integral as the chords or lyrics. In recent years, though,… read more »

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mumjum

You're right... a review should be about the music.

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I know a review should be about the music....

skerzo

...but I just couldn't help myself - early contender for worst album art of the year right here! uuurgh.

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