The Album Paranoia

Ulrika Spacek - The Album Paranoia
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February 5, 2016 / Release Date
LP / Format
Lefse / Label
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The british band attempts its first steps in nu-psychedelia with a debut that brings to mind many, trance memories and expresses a youthful impulse of growing up, the sooner the better.
ulrika spacek take the modern psych of the smoking trees & yak, and successfully mesh it with the wild, disoriented rock / raga formats of bands like can and donovan. the result is something beautifully expansive, richly textured, and engaging in ways few records are. the album paranoia is absolutely hypnotic, yet it never fails to maintain your attention. it will stand as one of the greatest cornerstones of the modern psych-revival scene.

best tracks: i don't know / ultra vivid / porcelain
my velvet valentine
One of the best debuts of this year !
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Track List

  1. I Don't Know
  2. Porcelain
  3. Circa 1954
  4. Strawberry Glue
  5. Beta Male
  6. Nk
  7. Ultra Vivid
  8. She's a Cult
  9. There's a Little Passing Cloud in You
  10. Airportism
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Added on: February 2, 2016