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Shields

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Sleeping Ute
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Speak In Rounds
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Adelma
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Yet Again
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The Hunt
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A Simple Answer
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What's Wrong
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gun-shy
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Half Gate
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Sun In Your Eyes
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Total Tracks: 10   Total Length: 48:00

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An autumnal listen that's alive and full of welcome left turns
2012 | Label: Warp Records

Remember when Grizzly Bear was Edward Droste’s solo project? Didn’t think so. And that’s okay; while the disconnect between Droste’s bedroom-pop beginnings and the band’s longtime status as a democracy – with Daniel Rossen at the helm half the time – has been a source of tension in the past, their third album as a full-fledged quartet is sleek and self-assured. Or as Droste admitted in a Pitchfork interview this past June, “As we get… read more »

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NikkoKFM

Once again, a great outing for Grizzly Bear.

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Pretty Good.

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I down'd 1, 4, and 8. I may come back later for 9.

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