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...And This Is Our Music

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Wrong Way
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Introesque
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Starcleaner
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Here To Go
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When Jokers Attack
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Prozac vs. Heroin
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Geezers
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Maryanne
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You Look Great When I'm Fucked Up
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Here It Comes
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What Did You Say?
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Prozac vs. Heroin Revisited
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New Low In Getting High
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Somethings Go Without Saying
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Tschusse
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Pregnancy Test
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Right Way
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If Love Is The Drug Then I Want To OD (Bonus Track)
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When Jokers Attack (Alternate Version - Bonus Track)
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Starcleaner (Bonus Track)
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Here It Comes (Bonus Track)
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 21   Total Length: 66:44

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this album is delicious and so I flirt with it

Chiclets

strange warped aural vistas explode as if a moon and dandelion head flickered back and forth until an explosion of glittering sparks burnt your eyes out, so you wallow in marvelous strange glimmering sounds instead of knowing the sight

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Anton Newcombe Comes Clean

By Louis Pattison, International Editor

Some 40 musicians have passed through the ranks of Brian Jonestown Massacre over the years, but for all intents and purposes, they're the vessel for the vision of one man: Anton Newcombe. Following the motto "keep music evil," early albums like 1995's Methodrone and 1996's country-tinged Thank God for Mental Illness allowed Newcombe and his band to pioneer a malevolent and incendiary take on psychedelic rock, one that located a sinister undercurrent in the hippy… more »

They Say All Music Guide

It’s futile to try to attempt to describe a Brian Jonestown Massacre album. One doesn’t so much listen to their music as experience it, entering into their strange, warped world to wallow in the aural vistas they create. Like a ’60s ‘happening’, it’s not what actually occurs that matters, it’s the experience itself, the fact of one being part of something greater than one’s self, and so it is here with And This Is Our Music. “Keep dreaming, keep dreaming, until it’s time to go,” BJM sing on “Geezers,” and the music builds, swelling into a mighty conflagration of sound that stutters out and into the acoustical love song of “Maryanne,” which winds its way into the Star Trek-esque epic romance of “You Look Great When I’m Fucked Up,” that comes down with a bang into the psychedelic jangle of “Here It Comes,” then falls headlong into the wild tattoo of the beats and salsa sounds of “What Did You Say?” and so on, careening across 17 tracks in all.
Musical themes are occasionally revisited, moods coalesce then transmute, a myriad of musical influences emerge, disappear, return, transform. “Can we ever really know where we’re going, where we’re heading?” the band inquire on “A New Low in Getting High,” and with BJM as your guide, the answer is a resounding no. But that is the glory of the band: one never knows where one is, or where one will end up, left lost in their psychedelic haze, pulled into a twangy country and western world, or dropped into another of their endless, timeless ambient soundscapes. It’s the musical equivalent of a carnival fun house, one never knows what one will find upon opening the door. Psychedelic they may be branded, but that is only the beginning, there’s so much more to be heard and experienced within. No longer so young, but still so brave and totally right on. And This Is Our Music is music for each and every one of us. – Jo-Ann Greene

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