|Album:||Salmon Changed Evening||Collection:||General|
|Artist:||Ugly Husbands & Old Softy||Added:||Nov 2009|
|Label:||Roll Over Rover|
|Add Date:||2009-11-22||Pull Date:||2010-01-24|
|Week Ending:||Jan 24||Jan 17||Jan 10||Jan 3||Dec 27||Dec 13||Dec 6|
|1.||Oct 06, 2010:||Pee Pirates In The Playoffs, Why Did We Take All Those Laxatives
|4.||Jan 21, 2010:||Folktronic
|2.||Feb 09, 2010:||The Gumdrop Freight Train
|5.||Jan 21, 2010:||The Machine Stops
|3.||Jan 31, 2010:||The DJ Never Has It
|6.||Jan 20, 2010:||Lost Luke
1-A fabulous escape to mountain solitude. Distant crooning, and lightly plucked guitar, with a warm billowing drone bass. Gives way to sounds of water.
2-The warmest low end you've ever heard, interwoven with vague translucent high pitch croons and pseudometallic shimmerings.
3-Acoustic guitar in the forefront for a slow ethereal croon through a fuzzy scape 4-Gorgeous warmdroneolky odyssey from the sunshine part, to a sparse, darker, heavier low end despaired place, then bliss through to ghost voice transcendence.
5-Soaring semi-grated bliss out noise pop.
6-Mysterious toy box twinkling gives way to a brilliant folk guitar trip down a river, to strange field of frogs and ghosts.
7-Aquatic pulsing bliss out swells
8-Celestial interlude w/ recordings of raindrops & mysterious opera singer
9-Winter music. Thick frozen building low end tone with a creaky doors, and so many subliminal mystery sounds. Wow.
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