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Debut - Deerhoof - The Magic (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. May 17,  · Published on May 17, "Criminals of the Dream" appears on Deerhoof's full-length album, The Magic, available June 24,
  2. Vinyl / CD / Digital. SHOP ARTIST STORE. Satomi Matsuzaki plays bass and sings, Greg Saunier plays drums, John Dieterich and Ed Rodriguez play guitars. Deerhoof "The Magic" Out Now / Watch New Music Video! Stream Deerhoof's New Album The Magic In Full on NPR Music's "First Listen" Contacts. Booking Agent. Erik Carter. Uncle Booking.
  3. After seven days Deerhoof had found (you guessed it) The Magic, a raw and refreshing wallop of an album about leaving your comfort zone and finding a pineapple. With The Magic, Deerhoof dreamed up an alchemy of ’77 punk, pop, glam, hair metal, doo-wop, hip hop, and R&B, late-night car rides, long days, spandex, shadows, and attitude.
  4. After the (for me, anyway) disappointment of 'La Isla Bonita' which did something no other previous Deerhoof album did in that bar a few superb songs, it felt for the most part formulaic, flat, compromised, and designed by committee in what seemed to be an attempt to be all things to all people, I'm very happy to report that the gang are back on track sounding more like the organic Deerhoof we /5(13).
  5. The Magic Deerhoof. Released Debut Lyrics. More Deerhoof albums To Be Surrounded By Beautiful, Curious, Breathing, Laughing Flesh Is Enough.
  6. Although Deerhoof had already released a handful of vinyl and cassette oddities, The Man, the King, the Girl is officially acknowledged as the group’s debut album. The recording features the early Deerhoof core unit of Rob Fisk on bass and guitar, Greg Saunier on drums, and Satomi Matsuzaki on vocals.
  7. Deerhoof aren’t ones for resting after releasing an album, no. less than four months after their recent LP The Magic they hit straight away with this two track 7” EP. All recorded on the the road and produced by themselves, It’s their usual joyous selves, catchy, nay, infectious and uplifting indie pop rock.
  8. Deerhoof have always had a not-so-secret fondness for classic rock acts like the Who, so the strutting riffs on songs like "Plastic Thrills" tie into their own history as well as the history of rock (indeed, three of the album's songs were written for, and unused by, HBO's '70s rock series Vinyl). Elsewhere, the oddball funk of "Debut" serves Price: $

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