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Kingdom Without - Robert Pollard - From A Compound Eye (CD, Album)

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  1. Tracklist with lyrics of the album FROM A COMPOUND EYE [] of Robert Pollard: Gold - Field Jacket Blues - Dancing Girls And Dancing Men - Flowering.
  2. Here, Robert Pollard sounds like he's appealing directly to his teenage self circa or so, making the kind of album he'd like to have dug up at the record store back then. Big double LP, gatefold sleeve, lots of songs, art-rock, pop, psychedelia, a few blips of weirdness, a mystical mood throughout—a mammoth record meant to be lived with.
  3. Track List Gold Field Jacket Blues Dancing Girls And Dancing Men Flowering Orphan Right Thing, The U.S. Mustard Company Numbered Head, The I'm A Widow Fresh Threats, Salad Shooters & Zip Guns Kick Me & Cancel Other Dogs Remain Kensington Cradle Love Is Stronger Than Witchcraft Hammer In Your Eyes Year-Old Baby I Surround You Naked Cock Of The Rainbow Conqueror Of Brand: Robert Pollard.
  4. Robert Pollard Format: Audio CD. out of 5 stars 3 ratings. Price: Kingdom Without. Not Available Recovering. Recovering. Product description With 26 songs clocking in at over 70 minutes, "From A Compound Eye" finally makes good on Pollard's threat to release a double album. The wealth of new material is astounding/5(3).
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Digipak CD release of From A Compound Eye on Discogs.5/5(1).
  6. From a Compound Eye. 5 likes. From a Compound Eye is a Robert Pollard CD and double LP released in Though Pollard had already released several.
  7. I've acquired over 50 Pollard-related works including live shows, LPs, EPs, singles, solo albums, DVDs, side projects, and the book "Hunting Accidents." I think "From a Compound Eye" is easily the strongest solo album Pollard has put out. I first heard the album almost a year ago when copies were running around the Internet.
  8. A lot has been said about this album perhaps because there is a lot to say. Given: Robert Pollard is a prolific songwriter, with erratic output (not necessarily a bad thing -- his very jaggedness is part of his appeal, veering from lo-fi gold to psych-pop gems that'd make any second- or third-wave British invader proud), critical love/hate (see pitchfork and allmusic -- neither site can /5(23).

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