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Customer Reviews

A much needed reminder

Hissing Fauna, though very good, was sorta gaudy. This EP is hopefully a taste of the next album. It's very intimate (much like Cherry Peel was) but with better sound quality, which I always appreciate. I can't believe someone actually judged them in the reviews for the Outback commerical. Is it really so terrible that a band would want to make money with their talent? As long as the music stays wonderful, I don't care how popular they get. The deserve it.


Of Montreal takes a much loved punk/frantic sound from the late 70's and early 80's and modernizes it perfectly. Bowie meets Lennon with a mix of funk. I imagine road trip adventures or beach parties- this is a great albulm for the hot summer months when new and cutting edge sounds can be showcased. Buy this one, add it to a party mix and cheers.

Going to sneak in early on this

This EP's only been out for half an hour, and it's the kind of EP that I immediately repeat the second it's done playing. If you're an of Montreal fan, this is a must have; continues the saga unfolded in Hissing Fauna. Each song on this EP is good enough to have been on the original album. "No Conclusion" is definitely a highlight and an absolute necessity for fans. Check it out, you won't be disappointed.


Formed: Athens, GA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

The brainchild of singer/guitarist Kevin Barnes, Of Montreal was among the second wave of bands to emerge from the sprawling Elephant 6 collective. A native of Athens, Georgia, Barnes was inspired to form the euphoric indie pop group in the wake of a broken romance with a woman from Montreal. He signed with Bar/None Records while living in Florida, subsequently moved to Cleveland and Minneapolis in search of compatible bandmates, and finally returned home to collaborate with bassist Bryan Helium...
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