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This album is the pants.

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A Recommendation. Listen a few times before making a final verdict. This has grown on me like crazy, and I'm in love with it.

Missing: Angel Deradoorian

Height: 5'something"
Weight: featherlike (presumably)
Eyes: sexy
Race: human
Last Seen: Bitte Orca

the album's good, just like any other DP's album, it's just not as progressive as expected. the sound is a bit more bland than EXPECTED, but still very good overall. follows in the path of the previous two albums, just a bit more conventional/folkish than the previous two and the use of the drum machines (at least the sounds from drum machines) are a lot more prevalent.
and one more thing: where the f is Deradoorian?!

best track (subjectively): just from chevron


Formed: 2002 in Brooklyn, NY

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Dirty Projectors are the creation of Dave Longstreth, a former Yale student who left college to become one of the most prolific and unique indie singer/songwriters of the early 2000s. In early 2002, Longstreth released his first album, The Graceful Fallen Mango, under his own name on the This Heart Plays Records imprint. Largely recorded on four-track with the help of friends in like-minded projects such as Wolf Colonel and Dear Nora, the album introduced Longstreth's distinctive crooning voice and...
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