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by Rwake

Rest by Rwake

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Rest

by Rwake

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Label: Relapse Records
Subtract the placid minute-and-a-half intro with drifting female vocal and the under-a-minute stoned-in-freshman-dorm monologue about how there's enough stars up there for each of us to have our own world, and that leaves just four songs on these Arkansas avant-sludgers' 2011 platter -- all extremely long and intermittently psychedelic, with hysterical yowling and yapping that suggests a chupacabra caught in a bear trap, alternating with occasional Middle Eastern melodies, backwards masking, nifty guitar solos and drawn-out sad parts. At the end, somebody informs us that it was all a dream.

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Subtract the placid minute-and-a-half intro with drifting female vocal and the under-a-minute stoned-in-freshman-dorm monologue about how there's enough stars up there for each of us to have our own world, and that leaves just four songs on these Arkansas avant-sludgers' 2011 platter -- all extremely long and intermittently psychedelic, with hysterical yowling and yapping that suggests a chupacabra caught in a bear trap, alternating with occasional Middle Eastern melodies, backwards masking, nifty guitar solos and drawn-out sad parts. At the end, somebody informs us that it was all a dream.

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Subtract the placid minute-and-a-half intro with drifting female vocal and the under-a-minute stoned-in-freshman-dorm monologue about how there's enough stars up there for each of us to have our own world, and that leaves just four songs on these Arkansas avant-sludgers' 2011 platter -- all extremely long and intermittently psychedelic, with hysterical yowling and yapping that suggests a chupacabra caught in a bear trap, alternating with occasional Middle Eastern melodies, backwards masking, nifty guitar solos and drawn-out sad parts. At the end, somebody informs us that it was all a dream.