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Double vinyl LP pressing. 2016 release. Last summer, John Dwyer came back from an Oh Sees tour talking about a fantastic band he'd played with in Detroit called Mountains And Rainbows. What followed him home was a double-LP's worth of shopworn weirdness and a delightfully loose attitude that must have something to do with the ecstasy of a Midwestern summer. These backyard freaks jam into the twilight, led by a vocal quaver belted to the cheap seats, a groove and a grin and a heaping spoonful of "Damn, aren't you glad we came out tonight?" Vibrant and confusing like the insane-o cover artwork that appears to be constructed of many layers of fluorescent duct tape. Careening from the mellow chugger vibe on "How You Spend Your Time" to the tightly wound twitch of "Dying To Meet You," Mountains and Rainbows stretch their legs deep into the strange, with a dark oddness lurking in the corners of tunes like weirdo highlight "With Beefheart." Particles is a great addition to a little journey of one's own, perhaps, and just in time for the sunlit afternoons to come
Double vinyl LP pressing. 2016 release. Last summer, John Dwyer came back from an Oh Sees tour talking about a fantastic band he'd played with in Detroit called Mountains And Rainbows. What followed him home was a double-LP's worth of shopworn weirdness and a delightfully loose attitude that must have something to do with the ecstasy of a Midwestern summer. These backyard freaks jam into the twilight, led by a vocal quaver belted to the cheap seats, a groove and a grin and a heaping spoonful of "Damn, aren't you glad we came out tonight?" Vibrant and confusing like the insane-o cover artwork that appears to be constructed of many layers of fluorescent duct tape. Careening from the mellow chugger vibe on "How You Spend Your Time" to the tightly wound twitch of "Dying To Meet You," Mountains and Rainbows stretch their legs deep into the strange, with a dark oddness lurking in the corners of tunes like weirdo highlight "With Beefheart." Particles is a great addition to a little journey of one's own, perhaps, and just in time for the sunlit afternoons to come
814867021296

Details

Format: Vinyl
Label: CLFC
Rel. Date: 05/20/2016
UPC: 814867021296

Particles
Artist: Mountains & Rainbows
Format: Vinyl
New: Available In Store $26.99 $18.08 ON SALE
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Am 580
2. See How They Run
3. How You Spend Your Time
4. Treat Your Mind
5. Sycamour Tree
6. Dying to Meet You
7. With Beefheart
8. Particles
9. Fancies 1
10. Beach Jam 1 1
11. Ma'am (I Like Your Daughter) 1
12. Beach Jam 2 1
13. Dad Rock! 1
14. Vision of Sanity 1
15. Beach Jam 3 / Kingston '67 / (Take Me to the River) 1
16. I'm a Peaceful Man 1
17. Faulter 1
18. Beach Jam 4

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Double vinyl LP pressing. 2016 release. Last summer, John Dwyer came back from an Oh Sees tour talking about a fantastic band he'd played with in Detroit called Mountains And Rainbows. What followed him home was a double-LP's worth of shopworn weirdness and a delightfully loose attitude that must have something to do with the ecstasy of a Midwestern summer. These backyard freaks jam into the twilight, led by a vocal quaver belted to the cheap seats, a groove and a grin and a heaping spoonful of "Damn, aren't you glad we came out tonight?" Vibrant and confusing like the insane-o cover artwork that appears to be constructed of many layers of fluorescent duct tape. Careening from the mellow chugger vibe on "How You Spend Your Time" to the tightly wound twitch of "Dying To Meet You," Mountains and Rainbows stretch their legs deep into the strange, with a dark oddness lurking in the corners of tunes like weirdo highlight "With Beefheart." Particles is a great addition to a little journey of one's own, perhaps, and just in time for the sunlit afternoons to come
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