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Her Wallpaper Reverie

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I. Her Room Is a Rainy Garden (Wallpaper Reverie Theme)
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II. Morning Breaks (And Roosters Complain)
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The Shiney Sea
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III. The Significance of a Floral Print
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Strawberryfire
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IV. From Outside, In Floats a Music Box
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Ruby
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V. She Looks Through Empty Windows
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Questions and Answers
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Drifting Patterns
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Y2K
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VI. Les Amants
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Benefits of Lying (With Your Friend)
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VII. Ruby, Tell Me
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VIII. Together They Dream Into the Evening
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 15   Total Length: 27:01

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They Say All Music Guide

Her Wallpaper Reverie is the Apples in Stereo’s finest effort to date — the band’s most overtly psychedelic record, it’s also their most experimental, achieving a near-perfect balance between candy-colored popcraft and musique concrète-influenced interludes. In a sense, the disc is a response to the grand ambitions of fellow Elephant 6-ers Olivia Tremor Control and their likeminded Black Foliage album, but the Apples’ integration of Beatlesque melodies and experimental noises is much more seamless; not only are Her Wallpaper Reverie’s songs the best Robert Schneider’s yet written, but they’re produced with a new richness of detail — from the wonderfully Lennon-esque “Strawberryfire” to the Kinks-ish “Ruby,” the music positively shimmers. – Jason Ankeny

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