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From The Sun - Unknown Mortal Orchestra - II (Cassette, Album)

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  1. When II is truly on, it's proof that great albums aren't the sole measure of a great band, a subtle advance that puts Unknown Mortal Orchestra right back where they started: something of a mystery.
  2. It’s something of a miracle that Unknown Mortal Orchestra’s singer Ruban Nielson is even alive to make a second album. Since his debut, Nielson has been testing the limits of the mind.
  3. Find album release information for II - Unknown Mortal Orchestra on AllMusic. Find album release information for II - Unknown Mortal Orchestra on AllMusic AllMusic.. New Releases. Featured New Releases Cassette: 1 / 5. Alicia Keys Has Self Doubts. Read More.
  4. Oct 22,  · Unknown Mortal Orchestra’s sophomore album is titled II and will be released on February 5, The first single from the forthcoming album, entitled "Swim and Sleep (Like a Shark)", was first available as a 7" on their tour with Grizzly Bear/5(16).
  5. Jan 20,  · First Listen: Unknown Mortal Orchestra, 'II' The band's sound shape-shifts frequently through the worlds of brittle indie-pop, Nuggets-era retro .
  6. II, an Album by Unknown Mortal Orchestra. Released 5 February on Jagjaguwar (catalog no. JAG; CD). Genres: Psychedelic Pop.
  7. Oct 11,  · Unknown Mortal Orchestra have announced the follow-up to their excellent debut album, and here's what it's called: II.~~ Yes, that would be .
  8. In early , the pair emerged from their home studio with Noctuary, their first full-length for Sacred Bones, followed by a cassette of album demos from their BYM label. After extensive touring, the band returned with the limited lathe-cut 7" single "Everyone Knows All" b/w "Quetzal" in
  9. Unknown Mortal Orchestra first dropped into the world in late as a bandcamp account carrying a single called ‘Ffunny Ffrends’. ‘Ffunny Ffrends’ was everything you imagined it might be – alien beatnik pop music that echoed 60s psychedelia and krautrock minimalism with just a hint of gentle weirdness that suggested its roots might equally lie in the verdant indie of the equally.

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