Big Buildings | Wampum

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Wampum

by Big Buildings

Exile on Main Street as played by Wilco. At least that'll give you a sense of it.
Genre: Rock: Lo-Fi
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1. The Nipper
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2. Home From Alaska
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3. Questiontown
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4. In A Parking Lot
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5. In With The Out Crowd
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6. Battleswords
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7. Nosotros
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8. Basement Party
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9. Nature Time
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10. Mother, Bring Me The Medicine
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11. Old Man Rock
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12. Humdrum
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"The crafty, dirty Big Buildings return with "Wampum," an indie-folk concoction made to be played and heard in small, dark bars. I like the boozy, indie-pop quickness of "In A Parking Lot," and the acoustic, melodic patience of a song like "In With the Out Crowd." Even when the band expands a bit in scope, like on the (epic for this record) five-and-a-half-minute "Battleswords," it’s lovely and melodious, never reaching any moment of indulgence or overkill. The record’s as good as anything the band has done before, if not better and more focused, all Replacements and Neil Young tainted, nearly drinkable."

-Tom Lynch/New City


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