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A treasure trove of early underground from San Antonio's first "punk" label Closet Records. Centered around the manic energy of founder Gary Davenport, this tidy 13-song collection compiles for the first time the best of his mid-fi work in Mannequin, quirky duos with Mark Champion and Charles Athanas, and alone at the raging edge of suburban Texas. A heady mix of jangly prog, dream-punk, community college rock, and anxious alternative, achieved just as video was killing the radio star. Packaged in a heavy-weight tip-on sleeve, with an accompanying book chronicling the entire sordid affair and visual discography.
A treasure trove of early underground from San Antonio's first "punk" label Closet Records. Centered around the manic energy of founder Gary Davenport, this tidy 13-song collection compiles for the first time the best of his mid-fi work in Mannequin, quirky duos with Mark Champion and Charles Athanas, and alone at the raging edge of suburban Texas. A heady mix of jangly prog, dream-punk, community college rock, and anxious alternative, achieved just as video was killing the radio star. Packaged in a heavy-weight tip-on sleeve, with an accompanying book chronicling the entire sordid affair and visual discography.
825764119719

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Format: Vinyl
Label: NUMR
Rel. Date: 11/08/2019
UPC: 825764119719

Scattered Thoughts
Artist: Gary Davenport
Format: Vinyl
New: Available In Store $22.99
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Trust in Authority
2. True Freedom
3. Labyrinth
4. Symbols
5. Journey to Oaxaca
6. Sarra
7. Akhaldan
8. A Desperate Situation
9. Transience 1
10. Romanticizing Again 1
11. Scattered Thoughts 1
12. In America There's Everything (The Clean Bomb) 1
13. From the Island

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A treasure trove of early underground from San Antonio's first "punk" label Closet Records. Centered around the manic energy of founder Gary Davenport, this tidy 13-song collection compiles for the first time the best of his mid-fi work in Mannequin, quirky duos with Mark Champion and Charles Athanas, and alone at the raging edge of suburban Texas. A heady mix of jangly prog, dream-punk, community college rock, and anxious alternative, achieved just as video was killing the radio star. Packaged in a heavy-weight tip-on sleeve, with an accompanying book chronicling the entire sordid affair and visual discography.
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