Bipolaroid | Transparent Make-believe

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Transparent Make-believe

by Bipolaroid

New Orleans combo\'s 60s and 70s psych pop insanity and ethereal acid-rock is frontloaded with baroque finesse, primal beats, dreamy atmospheres and a \"bipolar\" pallete of lo-fi lassitude and hi-tech wizardry.
Genre: Rock: Psychedelic
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1. Farewell & Godspeed
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2. King of Cabbages
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3. Callous Affair with Lady Godiva
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4. Insect Religion
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5. the Looking Glass
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6. Old Witch
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7. Dimension 5
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8. Madeline
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9. Sympathy for the Swine
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10. Galileo's Son
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11. Time Machine
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
\"likely the most authentic Syd Barrett shrine ever to emerge from the muddy banks of the Mississippi\" - Noah Bonaparte, critic

\"(an) exceedingly promising debut from an exciting new psychedelic voice from the Crescent City\" - Fake Jazz

\"This late 2003 release is one of the best psychedelic pop albums I’ve heard in 2004.\" - Dream Magazine


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