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Tripper

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Tony the Tripper
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So Long
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Tangie and Ray
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Shivering Fawn
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You're Too Weird
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Heart Like an Orange
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Dolly
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The Banishment Song
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The Fen
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Wild Honey
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Picture of a Bird
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 11   Total Length: 41:06

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Should've Bought This One

yossarian

This album is less like Ruminant Band and more akin to Spelled in Bones, thank god. I'm more partial to Johnson's guitar work rather than his piano playing. Every track on Ruminant Band seems to have loud saloon-style piano front and center. This, on the other hand, is diverse in styles and really showcases Johnson's ability for interesting song structure (\"So Long,\" \"Banishment Song\"). New fans should cop his early work with producer Brian Deck (Modest Mouse/Ugly Casanova, Holopaw, Califone) as these collaborations are truly classic.

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Tripper is the fifth studio album from Eric D. Johnson’s Fruit Bats. Recorded at WACS Studio in Los Angeles and produced by Thom Monaham (Vetiver, Devendra Banhart), Johnson brought in a full band to capture the live feel from his 2009 release The Ruminant Band and then reworked and refined the sound to create something more akin to his solo soundtrack work., Rovi РRichard Wilson