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Vinyl LP prerssing. It's been long enough (three years by our count) so here's the new Honey Radar album Ruby Puff of Dust. This is the fifth full-length overall for the Philadephia-based outfit, sitting atop a body of releases that swells every time you check back in with them. It's got twelve songs and stands as one of the most pop-oriented Honey Radar releases - all killer, all signal, Roger McGuinn playing 12-string with a glasscutter, Buffalo Springfield eating the draft, mysterious psychoactive compounds found in the bottom of a cardboard box in storage... The makings of a cult classic (or barring that, just a cult).
Vinyl LP prerssing. It's been long enough (three years by our count) so here's the new Honey Radar album Ruby Puff of Dust. This is the fifth full-length overall for the Philadephia-based outfit, sitting atop a body of releases that swells every time you check back in with them. It's got twelve songs and stands as one of the most pop-oriented Honey Radar releases - all killer, all signal, Roger McGuinn playing 12-string with a glasscutter, Buffalo Springfield eating the draft, mysterious psychoactive compounds found in the bottom of a cardboard box in storage... The makings of a cult classic (or barring that, just a cult).
858053006360
Honey Radar - Ruby Puff Of Dust

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Format: Vinyl
Label: WHYO
Rel. Date: 07/12/2019
UPC: 858053006360

Ruby Puff Of Dust
Artist: Honey Radar
Format: Vinyl
New: Available In Store $21.99 $14.73 ON SALE
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Vinyl LP prerssing. It's been long enough (three years by our count) so here's the new Honey Radar album Ruby Puff of Dust. This is the fifth full-length overall for the Philadephia-based outfit, sitting atop a body of releases that swells every time you check back in with them. It's got twelve songs and stands as one of the most pop-oriented Honey Radar releases - all killer, all signal, Roger McGuinn playing 12-string with a glasscutter, Buffalo Springfield eating the draft, mysterious psychoactive compounds found in the bottom of a cardboard box in storage... The makings of a cult classic (or barring that, just a cult).
        
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