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Deerhoof - Breakup Song FLAC

Performer: Deerhoof
Title: Breakup Song
Country: US
Catalog Number: jnr102
Label: Joyful Noise Recordings
Released: 04 Sep 2012
Style: Indie Rock, Noise, Experimental
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 382


1Fete D'Adieu
2There's That Grin
3Bad Kids To The Front
4Mothball The Fleet
6Breakup Songs
7Just For That
8Mario's Flaming Whiskers III
9The Trouble With Candyhands
10We Do Parties
11To Fly Or Not To Fly
12Zero Seconds Pause


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
PRC-244Deerhoof Breakup Song ‎(LP, Album, Whi)Polyvinyl Record CompanyPRC-244US2012
PRC-244Deerhoof Breakup Song ‎(11xFile, MP3, Album, 320)Polyvinyl Record CompanyPRC-2442012
ATPR47Deerhoof Breakup Song ‎(CDr, Album, Promo)ATP RecordingsATPR47UK2012
L&L078Deerhoof Breakup Song ‎(CD, Album)Lost & LonesomeL&L078Australia2012
ATPRLP47Deerhoof Breakup Song ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, Pin)ATP RecordingsATPRLP47US2012


12-page spiral-bound book w/ 6 multi-colored flexis, limited to 500 hand-numbered copies. The initial 50 copies sold were signed by the band.

F2 is exclusive to this format.

Flexi A: white
Flexi B: yellow
Flexi C: orange
Flexi D: red
Flexi E: green
Flexi F: blue


Deerhoof breakup song full album stream. starring satomi matsuzaki and greg saunier. shot by becky james, elias gwinn, satomi matsuzaki and greg Song - Deerhoof. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Breakup Song by Deerhoof, released 04 September 2012 1. Breakup Songs 2. There's That Grin 3. Bad Kids to the Front 4. Zero Seconds Pause 5. Mothball the Fleet 6. Flower 7. To Fly or Not to Fly 8. The Trouble with Candyhands 9. We Do Parties 10. Mario's Flaming Whiskers III 11. Fête d'Adieu Deerhoof drummer Greg here to introduce you to our latest record. We've been called a lot of things, as you know. Daniel P. Lopez This album helped me survive my first year in grad school, and has continued to provide good feelings since then. Possibly my favourite Deerhoof album. Favorite track: Mothball the Fleet. Breakup Song is the eleventh studio album by the band Deerhoof. It was released on September 4, 2012 on Polyvinyl Records. A music video for the album's title track was released on June 3, 2013. It was directed by Pieter Dirkx. All tracks are written by Ed Rodriguez, Greg Saunier, John Dieterich, and Satomi Matsuzaki, except where noted. Deerhoof - performance, production. Listen to Breakup Song by Deerhoof - a new album release date: September 4, 2012 New Releases Now. This is the new full-length from Deerhoof. It's a sensational record of Cuban-flavored party-noise-energy music. The LP version is on white vinyl and includes a download code. Over the course of their ten previous albums, Deerhoof wrote more songs about milkmen and dogs than falling in, or out, of love, but Breakup Song evens the score a little bit. In true Deerhoof fashion, though, this album is less about moping - the title track even has hell yeah in the chorus - and more about relationships, and songs, falling apart into exciting new forms. The band takes the album's name quite literally on a musical level nearly every track is rife with jagged textures and jarring contrasts. Deerhoof : Breakup Song,альбом, рецезия, трек-лист, mp3, тексты песен. Breakup Songs. There's That Grin. Bad Kids to the Front. Zero Seconds Pause. Mothball the Fleet. To Fly or Not to Fly. Breakup Song. Deerhoof - Breakup Song 2012. To favorites 0 Download album. Listen album. Indie Rock. Songs in album Deerhoof - Breakup Song 2012. Deerhoof - Breakup Songs. Deerhoof - There's That Grin. Deerhoof - Bad Kids To The Front. Deerhoof - Zero Seconds Pause. Deerhoof - Mothball The Fleet. Deerhoof - Flower. Deerhoof - To Fly Or Not To Fly. It's a quick, pithy album, with 11 songs lasting just 30 minutes. There are patches of tedium, but the best moments are both surprising and engaging. Many of those moments come in an opening four-song head-rush. There's a lot of nervy sound going on in these tunes, with chords, rhythms, and electronic blips and whirrs darting around the stereo space. When Deerhoof dip down from those peaks, it's usually due to lulls in energy. Songs that attempt longer grooves sometimes settle into them rather than pushing or pulling at them. Still, the music is rarely formulaic


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