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Originally released in 1994, this was The Magnetic Fields' Merge debut and fourth full-length. Presented here on HQ 180-gram vinyl with beautiful artwork and full art euro-sleeve insert, this marks the classic record's first appearance in LP format. Ten gothic country-pop road songs; kind of like if Yaz were from Oklahoma. It continues to be one of the band's most popular records and is one of the best selling releases in the Merge catalog. Includes a coupon for an MP3 download of the entire
Vinyl limited to 1000 copies. Solo debut from the main constituent behind Black Moth Super Rainbow. Features vocals from Aesop Rock. Early version of Fucked Up Friends' audio was featured on Tobacco's limited DVD collaboration with visual artist Beta Carnage. Follows up Black Moth Super Rainbow's 2007 smash hit, Dandelion Gum. On his first solo album, Tobacco explores a darker, starker, and altogether more badass dimension of his complex vision. With his group, Black Moth Super Rainbow, Tobacco
By The Leaf Label
mpn: WA-10436103, ean: 0843190000432,
Long gone are the days when studying jazz alone could predicate a successful career as an artist (a musician in a monkey suit is another story). Such is the lesson learned by pianist Adrian Klumpes when he left his musical conservatory to pursue a broader spectrum. However, wanderlust can become lost without the structure of institution. Such was the case with Klumpes before discovering the abstract minimal looping of jazz by German producer Jan Jelinek. Although a dozen time-zones away,