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Dusk at Cubist Castle

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The Opera House
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Frosted Ambassador
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Jumping Fences
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Define a Transparent Dream
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No Growing (Exegesis)
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Holiday Surprise 1, 2, 3
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Courtyard
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Memories of Jacqueline 1906
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Tropical Bells
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Can You Come Down With Us?
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Marking Time
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Green Typewriters
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Green Typewriters
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Green Typewriters
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Green Typewriters
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Green Typewriters
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Green Typewriters
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Green Typewriters
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Green Typewriters
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Green Typewriters
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Green Typewriters
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Spring Succeeds
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Theme for a Very Delicious Grand Piano
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I Can Smell the Leaves
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Dusk at Cubist Castle
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The Gravity Car
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NYC-25
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 27   Total Length: 74:11

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If you're a fan at all of late 60's psych pop, engaging (but oblique) storytelling, and just overall creativity in music, get this now.

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Not the Beatles, but an incredible facsimile: on their sprawling 27-song debut opus, Music From the Unrealized Film Script, Dusk at Cubist Castle, the Olivia Tremor Control manage to summon not only the sound of the White Album-era Fab Four, but also the unfettered creativity. The soundtrack to an unmade film about a pair of women named Olivia and Jacqueline and a massive earthquake dubbed the California Demise, the album incorporates a slew of influences and textures (including Beach Boys-flavored pop, psychedelia, Krautrock, noise, and folk-rock) and synthesizes them into a distinct homebrew of shimmering harmonies, guitar drones, backward tape loops, and inventive effects. As an added bonus, the first few thousand copies came with a bonus CD of ambient “dream sequences” — titled Explanation II — which, when played simultaneously with the first disc, realizes true quadraphonic sound. Amazing. – Jason Ankeny

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