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Deerhunter's Best?

Now you'll get to find out!
1Deerhunter
Nothing Ever Happened

Kick-ass song, goes through many sections, guitar outro perfectly resembles lyrical content
2Little Kids

Sad song in a way, but playful guitar riff makes growing older seem bittersweet
3Circulation

First half contains some of Bradford Cox's best melodies, second half is an awesome, cinematic drive
4Neither Of Us, Uncertainly

One of Deerhunter's saddest songs, but again presented in an almost playful way, repeating dreamy chords, Locket Pundt sings!
5Spring Hall Convert

Trippy song about recovering from anything that plagues your body, definitely resembles a dry, warm morning
6Cryptograms

One of their faster songs about confusion and resignation, really cool bassline drives most of the song along with frantic drumming from Moses
7Twilight At Carbon Lake

Epic closer to Microcastle, features one of Deerhunter's loudest moments post-Turn It Up Faggot
8VHS Dream

Lo-fi production blends the drums, bass, Bradford's voice, and airy guitar line together throughout the whole song, very wintery sound
9Agoraphobia

This song really grew on me, and for the better, it's so seemingly quaint, and yet so dreary and dark when the lyrics are looked into, awesome chord changes
10Fluorescent Grey

Dark song where Bradford Cox shows his lower vocal chops, creepy piano and pounding drums turn into cool shoegaze outro, all about the futility of fantasizing about boys because everyone decays anyway
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