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Release Date: 2005

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4.5 superbvoodooramen | September 27th 12

It's a strange, synthesized, and somewhat indie pop style sound. It has the dark and poetic lyrics David Bazan is known for, and the simple drumming done so tastefully thanks to Frank Lenz of Starflyer 59. It's very much a unique record, which is why I feel it earns high marks. I have posted a couple Pedro the Lion reviews a few years ago on here, but have generally faded my fandom for Bazan in his recent work, leaving his roots of simplicity. However, the work here remains, and is a great inspiration to myself in musical creativity. I can't say many will understand why I feel it deserves a 4.5, but understandably so; There is little to compare this album with, even in Bazan's own catalog. These recordings, to me, demonstrate a less is more approach. One voice, two instruments, 10 tracks of quality music.

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3.5 greatnolanzz | August 2nd 17
3.5 greatticklemeemo | July 22nd 17
4.0 excellentPajolero | June 20th 17
3.5 greatPandaLuke | April 30th 17
2.0 poorCygnatti | November 29th 16
3.0 goodSandwichBubble | May 25th 16
3.0 goodDickens44 | November 7th 14
4.0 excellentmryrtmrnfoxxxy | January 2nd 14
5.0 classicSpare | September 17th 12
4.0 excellentmttgry | January 19th 12
3.0 goodIgnored | October 27th 11
3.5 greatZelbinian | April 30th 11
3.5 greatmborlan1 | October 5th 10
3.5 greatindieJay | December 30th 09
4.0 excellentThuckabe | December 8th 09
3.5 greatamericanohno | September 20th 09
4.0 excellentEskate87 | July 22nd 09

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