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And Their Refinement of the Decline [Digipak] [Parental Advisory]
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Album: And Their Refinement of the Decline [Digipak]
# Song Title   Time
1)    Dungtitled (In A Major)
2)    Articulate Silences
3)    Articulate Silences
4)    Evil That Never Arrived
5)    Apreludes (In C Sharp)
6)    Don't Bother They're Here
1)    Dopmine Clouds Over Craven Cottage
2)    Even If You're Never Awake
3)    Even (Out)
4)    Meaningful Moment Through a Meaning(less) Process
5)    Another Ballad For Heavy Lids
6)    Daughters of Quiet Minds
1)    Hiberner Toujours
2)    That Finger on Your Temple is the Barrel of My Ray Gun
3)    Humectez La Mouture
4)    Tippy Demise
5)    Mouthchew
6)    December Hunting for Vegetarian Fuckface
 

Album: And Their Refinement of the Decline [Digipak]
# Song Title   Time
1)    Dungtitled (In A Major)
2)    Articulate Silences
3)    Articulate Silences
4)    Evil That Never Arrived
5)    Apreludes (In C Sharp)
6)    Don't Bother They're Here
1)    Dopmine Clouds Over Craven Cottage
2)    Even If You're Never Awake
3)    Even (Out)
4)    Meaningful Moment Through a Meaning(less) Process
5)    Another Ballad For Heavy Lids
6)    Daughters of Quiet Minds
1)    Hiberner Toujours
2)    That Finger on Your Temple is the Barrel of My Ray Gun
3)    Humectez La Mouture
4)    Tippy Demise
5)    Mouthchew
6)    December Hunting for Vegetarian Fuckface
 
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Performer Notes
  • Stars of the Lid: Adam Bryan Wiltzie, Brian McBride.
  • Over five years in the making, this marathon double CD set is perhaps Stars Of The Lid's finest two hours. Stately and deliberate, it recalls a comet's majestic procession through the outer reaches of space, while the titles ("December Hunting for Vegetarian Fuckface," "That Finger on Your Temple Is the Barrel of My Raygun") show that even painstakingly constructing monolithic and harmonious sonic drones doesn't mean you have to abandon your sense of humor.
Professional Reviews
The Wire (p.57) - "[With] an inner calm that's born of the abandoning of the temporal, sourcing intimate immensity from the patient unfurling of gentle, considered, weightless compositions."
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