The Brass Tacks - Bipolaroid - Twin Language (Vinyl, LP)

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Label: Get Hip Recordings - GH-1164 • Format: Vinyl LP 180g, Blue • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Psychedelic Rock


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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Red Vinyl release of Twin Language on Discogs.
  2. Twin Language by Bipolaroid, released 16 November 1. Get Off My Fence 2. Tonight We Paint the Town Our Favorite Colour 3. Where's the Spring 4. Love You Not 5. Let It Bling 6. Mark Twang 7. Efflorescent Adolescent 8. Paperless Sun 9. The Brass Tacks Hollow Fox Archery Self-Portrait Ave, Quixote Merry Xmas
  3. Physically, Bipolaroid comes from Louisiana. Spiritually, however, the band comes straight out of the psychedelic 60s, especially the British variety, on its latest LP Twin staleralokemva.unenathprefgireporpersdarskomounma.coing an aesthetic evoking a haze of marijuana smoke with a solid backbone of melodic pop, Bipolaroid manages to keep its feet on the ground, but its head firmly in the clouds.
  4. LP, Vinyl record album. 2. Dr John — Remedies / and "Brass Tacks". LP, Vinyl record album. Various — New Orleans Funk – The Original Sound Of Funk to LP Soul Jazz (UK and which somehow have an appeal that goes way beyond the boundaries of language, thanks to a style that's expressive, but never overdone.
  5. Two funky classics from Dr John – back to back in a single set! First up is Remedies, one of the records that made Dr John a legend back in the day – a set that steps off from New Orleans roots into a world of weird funk, tripped-out sounds, and lots and lots of super-heavy grooves! The album's got a nicely exploratory vibe – as the first side features shorter funky cuts, but the second.
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  8. Review: This month Gil Scott-Heron's final studio album turns ten, so XL Recordings has decided to mark the occasion with a couple of special Makaya McCraven has prepared a fully remixed and reworked version, while the London label has also decided to offer up this double-disc deluxe edition of the inspired original album.

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