|Artist:||Animal Collective||Added:||Aug 2007|
|Label:||Domino Recording Company|
|Add Date:||2007-10-07||Pull Date:||2007-12-09|
|Week Ending:||Dec 9||Dec 2||Nov 18||Nov 11||Nov 4||Oct 28||Oct 21||Oct 14|
|1.||Nov 15, 2023:||Stop Making Sense
|4.||Mar 03, 2016:||All Passion No Technique
|2.||Mar 13, 2019:||The Nick & James Show
|5.||Feb 19, 2016:||A Visit From Drum
|3.||Mar 08, 2016:||The Off-Beat Generation
|6.||Mar 05, 2015:||A Visit From Drum
Animal Collective – “Peacebone” (Single)
This is a small taste of Animal Collective’s new album Strawberry Jam. The music and lyrics are easier to listen to (physiologically speaking) than past albums. By this, I mean that the music is still unsystematic and peculiar – but delivered with more lucidity than Sung Tongs or Feels. Overall, the Animal Collective tracks are worth a few listens…and the two remixes are average. (BEST TRACKS = 1,2)
1) Intense opener. Schizophrenic keys to start. Bouncy guitar. Avey Tare’s lyrics have more clarity than previous Animal Collective albums. Intermittent drums and horns. Female vocals in chorus complement Tare’s nicely. Crazy screaming at times.
2) Shadowy piano and spooky sounds. Lyrics tell a disjointed and haunting story. Song lightens up at 3:30 and sounds GREAT the rest of the way. Shaker is present along with other reggae influences.
3) Crappy REMIX of #1. Even more schizophrenic than original. Skip this.
4) Better REMIX of # 1…but only slightly reminiscent of #1. Dance beats. Second half of the song is good.
~ DJ LANDO
|1.||Peacebone||3.||Peacebone (Black Dice Remix)|
|2.||Safer||4.||Peacebone (Pantha Du Prince Remix)|