I miss these.
>Painting With expectations
>Being condescending to people who doesn't love Danse Manatee
of course it's not. the production is way too jarring and/or stimulating for a start. plus i don't think you'd find a voice like avey or panda's in the charts. it's still undeniably on point with how infectious it is, which is the sign of a good pop song.
you should check out hollindigain (I think that's how you spell it) if you haven't because it's real tribal in the same way. Also Animal Crack Box has some stuff that's pretty similar
It varies from album to album.
Here's a breakdown on control per album:
Hollindagain: Avey + Geo
Campfire: Deakin + Panda
HCTI: Panda + Geo
Sung Tongs: Avey + Panda
Feels: Deakin + Avey
Strawberry: Avey + Deakin
Painting: So far seems like an Avey+ Panda mix
Honestly I don't think Panda even thought about it, PP was released the same year as SJ so he probably had it in the works for some time and didn't think about offering the songs at all - MPP and FBK are all in this same type of style so PP was probably the beginning of that style for Panda and he didn't think twicce about continuing that instead of re-working songs for AnCo. The only example I can think of where he explicitly stated that he re-worked a song for AnCo was New Town Burnout from CHz.
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>Here Comes the Indian is the first release on which all four members of the group perform together, although, on their previous release
you're thinking of campfire (as was i before i redacted)
Campfire Songs is underrated as hell. I'd say it's probably in my top 3 Anco releases, the transitions are just so seamless and De Soto De Son is one of their best closers. What do you guys think?
It's a solid effort but I like just about all their other albums more. that said, putting on campfire songs and getting cozy in the autumn or spring is fantastic. when I got out of high school I sat on my back deck listening to it in the rain, shit was so cash. It can be really great if you're in the mood for it.
Personally that's the release I could get into the least. I even liked Danse more (though honestly I don't see what's so weird about it, Hollinndagain, CS, and HCTI are all weirder to me.)
I guess it was just too quiet than what I'm used to from them? Idk, I've only listened to it like three or four times, I should give it a couple more listens and see if I'm just missing something special
It could just be me, but I love a good chill, cozy album. I do like some of their more hectic stuff more, but to me, sometimes there's nothing better than listening to a nice cozy ambient or softer folk album. I just love how mellow it is compared to pretty much everything else they've made. It's sort of the black sheep of their discography in that way.
Any love for ODDSAC? I absolutely love it & think it's one of their better releases with awesome songs like
>Mr. Fingers, a giant of an opener, really sounds like an acid trip (like a lot of their songs), love the weird harmonic layers - Panda Bear gently baa-ing and a lot of shit going on there
>Screens is a terrific Panda Bear piece featuring acoustic guitar that sends you back to Sung Tongs
>WORKING is gorgeous
>Tantrum Barb has some of Panda's most imagerial lyrics and is super groovy
>What Happened? sounds like a Strawberry Jam and Smile (The Beach Boys) mixture
ODDSAC is underrated as fuck. I watched it on acid and it was fucking sweet. Mr. Fingers and Screens are still stuck in my head all the time. I think it's one of their best works for sure.
i love oddsac, when it came out i was heavy in psychedelics and it blew my mind
mr fingers and tantrum barb are my favorites and screens is really beautiful the whole thing is great cause it's creepy but also tender
you danse fucking retard*
you fucking retard they all said it was done in one take you fucking mong jesus christ how can somebody be this fucking stupid holy shit I got so mad I even typed this shit at the speed of light like seriously all I'm hearing right now is a bunch of blurred clickity clack and shit due to the fact that you made me so mad with your stupid comment holy fuck i need to calm down but i don't wanna slow down ok my fingers are starting to cramp shit
not as catchy (on the whole) as other stuff they released afterwards i always liked it cause it kind of showed an in between period in their catalog since it was written for a while before it came out (if i remember correctly) and kind of showed how they could have gone off in a different direction then they did with MPP
Because they didn't release an audio-only version of the album. I found a fan-made one on the internet years ago, can't even remember where, and that's the only reason why I have actually listened to ODDSAC more than twice.
also this, plus some argue over if it can be just taken as an album or if the images are just as important so some people don't feel like they can just listen to it like their other albums (i think that's stupid but have a few friends who feel that way)
Just a daily reminder that DM and CHz are awful and you look like a retarded muh special snowflake for liking these awfully composed clusterfucks. AnCo is truly awful when they think they are free jazz/avant jazz artists but God tier when they know they are psych artists.