Piekoz | From Photograph, The Rabbit Making Rust

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From Photograph, The Rabbit Making Rust

by Piekoz

I just said reasonable again.
Genre: Electronic: Folktronic
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1. The Rabbit (3_3_9)
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7:21 album only
2. Madison Zodiac Mountain Face
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3:58 album only
3. On Me
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4:41 album only
4. Jessie Or Jill
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5:37 album only
5. Elaine Short
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4:41 album only
6. The Absolutely
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4:52 album only
7. Cully Exigent
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4:17 album only
8. Blue-Green But Still Pretty Black (pts 1&2)
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7:08 album only
9. Making Rust
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9:26 album only
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I dropped your wine on the way home. I know you don't mind.


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einster

mello mood music
i played this album as background music and the more i listened to it, the more surprises unfolded with each play. "what's that sound?" there's a lot of dynamic sounds, working up to a groove and i found myself working to its tempo. voices are incorporated into the album too, sometimes random words strung together and it makes you go "hmmmm....". the words add an element of fun. you really get a sense of the creator...he seems quirky.