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This is the first vinyl issue of the sole The Dead Texan album originally released in May of 2004."Stars Of The Lid's Adam Wiltzie presents a collection of drone compositions that he considered too aggressive for his parent band-which means they range somewhere between a whisper and a shout. The sense of cathedral-like reverence is balanced with extreme intimacy." -Pitchfork "This is quite possibly the best music available for slowly drifting into dreamland. Equal parts intrigue and sedative, The Dead Texan is an elegantly hypnotic album that manages to freeze time in addition to passing it." -Tinymixtapes "The Dead Texan remains a remarkably subtle and tranquil work. Disarmingly lovely..." -Textura
This is the first vinyl issue of the sole The Dead Texan album originally released in May of 2004."Stars Of The Lid's Adam Wiltzie presents a collection of drone compositions that he considered too aggressive for his parent band-which means they range somewhere between a whisper and a shout. The sense of cathedral-like reverence is balanced with extreme intimacy." -Pitchfork "This is quite possibly the best music available for slowly drifting into dreamland. Equal parts intrigue and sedative, The Dead Texan is an elegantly hypnotic album that manages to freeze time in addition to passing it." -Tinymixtapes "The Dead Texan remains a remarkably subtle and tranquil work. Disarmingly lovely..." -Textura
796441807215

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Format: Vinyl
Label: KRANKY
Rel. Date: 09/16/2022
UPC: 796441807215

Dead Texan
Artist: Dead Texan
Format: Vinyl
New: In Print Available to Order $25.98
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This is the first vinyl issue of the sole The Dead Texan album originally released in May of 2004."Stars Of The Lid's Adam Wiltzie presents a collection of drone compositions that he considered too aggressive for his parent band-which means they range somewhere between a whisper and a shout. The sense of cathedral-like reverence is balanced with extreme intimacy." -Pitchfork "This is quite possibly the best music available for slowly drifting into dreamland. Equal parts intrigue and sedative, The Dead Texan is an elegantly hypnotic album that manages to freeze time in addition to passing it." -Tinymixtapes "The Dead Texan remains a remarkably subtle and tranquil work. Disarmingly lovely..." -Textura
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