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Good Night Sleep

In stock

SLR46
Track Listing:

1. Old Hotel
2. Border Song
3. Space Whale
4. Dragon
5. Whispy
6. Walk the Little Man
7. Wild Ole Bill
8. Baby You Ride
9. Universal Bonus Trac

Levitating somewhere just above lo-fi, Good Night Sleep surfs easily from genre to genre, with the requisite charm of intact first-take stumblings. The opening track, Old Hotel, is dreamy and groovy pop, with spacey, doubled vocals and overdriven yet mild mannered guitars. The strange folk of Walk the Little Man has Scrappy Joe singing: You are my baby/and I love you/but you're crazy/So am I/Poke each other in the eye, in his hypnotic fairy tale-teller voice. Drunken dub debauches collide with fuzzed, electric Fahey fingerings across a skifflesque shuffle - all in a day's work for one of the only working rock groups with a truly original sound.

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$8.00

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Track Listing: 1. Old Hotel 2. Border Song 3. Space Whale 4. Dragon 5. Whispy 6. Walk the Little Man 7. Wild Ole Bill 8. Baby You Ride 9. Universal Bonus Trac Levitating somewhere just above lo-fi, Good Night Sleep surfs easily from genre to genre, with the requisite charm of intact first-take stumblings. The opening track, Old Hotel, is dreamy and groovy pop, with spacey, doubled vocals and overdriven yet mild mannered guitars. The strange folk of Walk the Little Man has Scrappy Joe singing: You are my baby/and I love you/but you're crazy/So am I/Poke each other in the eye, in his hypnotic fairy tale-teller voice. Drunken dub debauches collide with fuzzed, electric Fahey fingerings across a skifflesque shuffle - all in a day's work for one of the only working rock groups with a truly original sound. For information on accessing download, click HERE.

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