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Light Up Gold

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01
Master Of My Craft
3:10  
02
Borrowed Time
2:32  
03
Donuts Only
1:21  
04
Yr No Stoner
1:50  
05
Yonder Is Closer To The Heart
2:59  
06
Careers in Combat
1:07  
07
Light Up Gold I
0:18  
08
Light Up Gold II
1:13  
09
N Dakota
2:19  
10
Stoned and Starving
5:11  
11
No Ideas
2:37  
12
Caster of Worthless Spells
1:18  
13
Disney P.T.
1:12  
14
Tears O Plenty
3:15  
15
Picture Of Health
2:44  
Album Information

Total Tracks: 15   Total Length: 33:06

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11.30.12
Parquet Courts, Light Up Gold
2013 | Label: What’s Your Rupture? / PIAS

Anyone looking for a shorthand to describe the devil-may-care attitude pervading Light Up Gold, the irresistible debut from Brooklyn band Parquet Courts, will find it 24 seconds into the first song, when Austin Brown first sneers the album’s most indelible hook: “Forget about it!” It’s meant sarcastically — he’s playing the part of a privileged one-percenter looking down his nose through his monocle at the unwashed masses — but it’s a good indication of the… read more »

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Who Are…Parquet Courts

By Douglas Wolk, Contributor

One of the most thrilling debuts of the year, Parquet Courts' Light Up Gold goes back to the first principles of punk that get forgotten every so often: speed, precision, brains and attitude. The group is a very simple quartet — two guitars, bass, drums, and a pair of yelpers who take turns one-upping each other — and they knocked out the album in a three-day weekend (after a year of woodshedding and live shows).… more »