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Newly expanded and pressed on Red Vinyl exclusively for the 10th Anniversary of Sacred Bones Records. Includes three bonus tracks from the band's earliest recordings, "Bopper's Hat," "Run Around," and "Dead West Pt. II." Limited edition of 1000.
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Moon Duo is a project of Wooden Shjips guitarist and singer Ripley Johnson. Under the Moon Duo moniker, Johnson and collaborator Sanae Yamada create expansive Krautrock influenced tapestries of warm cascading fuzz and controlled feedback, organ, and accenting keyboard. This four song 12-inch is the second release and incorporates a much more concise, composed and driving sound than before. The Duo expand on ideas only hinted at on the Sick Thirst 12-inch (which is already long gone) adding a driving drum machine beat behind the thick walls of layered sound. Don’t sleep on this one.
supported by 25 fans who also own “Killing Time: Expanded Edition”
Not quite as psychedelic as their previous album "Hazed Dream" though a couple songs here are quite psyche (New Mantra & Hazel Green), most of the rest of the album is fairly bluesy, almost alt-country in some ways with vocals reminiscent of the Reid brothers from J&MC. This is a double vinyl album with not a single "filler" song on any disk. freakuency13
supported by 22 fans who also own “Killing Time: Expanded Edition”
The psychedelic rock quintet's third album is something very special and more accessible than its predecessors.
Drop the needle, throw on your best pair of headphones, and let Kikagaku Moyo take you away. It's an adventure that won't be soon forgotten. david_86
supported by 19 fans who also own “Killing Time: Expanded Edition”
A quick note: These are the same recordings as the ones appearing on Anthology. Both releases are labelled as re-recordings, but unfortunately, the same re-recordings (which really should be mentioned on Anthology). If you're hoping to get more versions by getting both the EP and the album, I'm afraid you're only going to get a different mastering. Christian Dannie Storgaard