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Field Rexx Import


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1. James & Larry Early
2. Lux & Royal Shopper
3. Love I Exclaim
4. Summer Twin
5. Cold Gold Diamond
6. Concrete Heaven
7. 40 Stripes
8. Asleep For Days
9. Dreamers & Giants
10. Turkey In the Straw
11. Dirty Pearls
12. Leopard's Will To Live
13. Country Rain
14. Moving Minors Over County Lines
15. Love

Product Description

Blitzen Trapper's splendid Field Rexx is now available in your neighborhood! CMJ calls the Portland sextet's sophomore release strangely, lucidly polished, a sleeper in the making. Fifteen tracks combine solid-gold melodies with backwoods surrealism and.Lidkercow Ltd.2005.

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Amazon.com: 2 reviews
check them out April 29 2010
By Jared M. Lund - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
If your one who likes to buy an album and expect a certain genre to stand out this may not suit you. For me Blitzen Trappers volatility keeps their albums fresh and every time I listen to them I find myself surprised by the different arrangements I hadn't recognized before.
I would say their sound is original pop/newgrass, rock, somewhat country?
If you love the all over the place style of Cake or The Gourds you should dig this.

This is a great album but if your checking them out for the first time I think Furr would be a good entry album.
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Best Album Ever!!! ...if you're into that sort of thing... Aug. 17 2008
By Ferin M. McCauley - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This is one of my favorite albums of all time. I love the weirdness; it's blue-grass, with some experimental quirkiness, with a definite indie-rock feel. Asleep for Days was the first song of theirs that I had heard when I bought the album. On first hearing the song, I thought that Modest Mouse or perhaps Franz Ferdinand had come out with a new album.

It's definitely worth getting in my opinion, if you're into that sort of thing...


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