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Jeremy (HI54LOFI)
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Jeremy (HI54LOFI) This album sounds like how it feels to still be wide awake at 5am, even though you went to bed at 11pm. Favorite track: Voice In Headphones.
Nostro
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Nostro The addition Of Doiron's (Eric's Trip/solo projects) wispy vocals to that of Phil Elvrum's, is like the chocolate topping on creamy vanilla ice cream. It's Mount Eeire at their most fragile, with guitarist Fred Squire sparingly painting his sombre tones in concordance with the twin vocalists heard little beyond a whisper. Mount Eerie has taken many different paths; this is a tender gem. Favorite track: With My Hands Out.
Mark DiTusa
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Mark DiTusa Mount Eerie songs always feel wispy, going in and out and always seeming to leave the listener more enriched and filled with feelings than before. Elverum's voice is complemented highly by Julie Doiron's ethereal voice, giving Mount Eerie's songs a punch that it lacked before. Favorite track: Grave Robbers.
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COLORED VINYL
GIANT FOLDOUT JACKET
DOUBLE SIDED POSTER
TANGIBLE THINGS

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released October 7, 2008

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