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Album:
Immigrant Union
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MP3 archive size:
1178 mb
FLAC archive size:
1675 mb
WMA archive size:
1256 mb
Other formats:
XM VQF DMF MP1 AIFF DXD AUD
Rating:
4.6
Votes:
690

Tracklist

1 Saturday
2 My Heart's A Joke
3 Winter
4 Dignity
5 Oregon
6 The Rope
7 Up In Smoke
8 The Story Of My Life
9 The Ballad Of Jim Jones
10 Back In The Fall
11 I'll Remember Yesterday
12 Wrong
13 Again
14 Loraine

Credits

  • Guitar, Vocals – Brent DeBoer

Notes

"It was the summer of 2004 when Brent DeBoer of The Dandy Warhols was killing some time in Australia and had a chance meeting with Melbourne’s Bob Harrow. This initial exchange led to a spontaneous trip to the country and an all-night jam session. The friendship grew. They acquired the talented vocalist and keyboard player, Peter Lubulwa, and the band quickly planted its roots in alt-country-folk, bound by a communal love for classic rock and roll."

REVIEWS OF THEIR SECOND ALBUM STATED...it all rings true for this, their first album, too:
“Immigrant Union revived the folk-rock wing of psychedelia.” Jon Pareles: The New York Times

“Immigrant Union’s song “War is Peace” was just about my favorite new song on my list of unknown CMJ bands. I put that song on All Songs Considered last Tuesday and the night before I came to NYC, I listened to their entire album. When it was over I listened to it again! It’s rare that I do that.” – Bob Boilen: NPR All Songs Considered.

“You want the cutting edge of 2014 psychedelic pop, this is it. Is this album the catchiest, most melodically attractive release of the year? Very possibly.” – Delarue: New York Music Daily.

“Immigrant Union is a band with uncompromising appeal on the brink of international recognition and admiration,” – Jef Krohn, Music Editor at PDX Magazine.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 9 326490 066582