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Satanic Panic In The Attic

Of Montreal

Satanic Panic In The Attic

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  • Currently 4.0/5 Stars.

Type: Album

Sampling: 44,1 kHz

Source: CD

Tracks: 14

Language: English

Total size: 99.97 Mb

Year: 2004

Total price: $1.68


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Of Montreal is the brainchild of Athens, Georgia based Kevin Barnes, who did just about everything on this, the band's ninth studio album. To say this is not your usual music record would be a massive understatement. The songs take all sorts of weird and unexpected twists and turns while retaining a certain spaced-out vibe. It is an album that needs to be listened to in full to appreciate the music. It also may require a few listens for the album to fully sink in.

Come Disconnect The Dots is a catchy pop tune with a spooky, shoe gazing undertone. The resulting sound is somewhere between Teenage Fan Club and the Beach Boys. Lysergic Bliss is a rather weird piece that starts off in a psychedelic haze before taking a sudden twist into a poppy 60s sing-along tune. My British Tour Diary is a curious reflection of life in England, with the music sounding like a shoe-gazing version of Madness. Rapture Rapes The Muses is a creepy, dense electronic style piece.

Eros' Entropic Tundra is a departure from the style of the previous tracks in that it has a much more radio friendly feel to it, and actually sounds more like a self contained piece. City Bird is a beautiful highlight armed only with an acoustic guitar and a pretty flute solo. The songs from here continue in the sixties pop vibe with some shoegazing elements mixed in. The tracks are all fairly solid, upbeat and catchy, however they don't really sound as interesting and different as the offerings on the first half of the album.

This is quite an interesting and creative work of art. It is full of quirks and kinks that will keep the listener guessing the whole way through. If you like the psychedelic music of the sixties or indie/shoe-gazing groups such as Sonic Youth or Teenage Fan club then you're likely to find value in this long player.

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