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Marc Faris - DRONE-ON THIS; Or, Why The "New Minimalism" Is Underground Rock's Biggest Lie Album


Marc Faris


DRONE-ON THIS; Or, Why The "New Minimalism" Is Underground Rock's Biggest Lie


Electronic / Disco

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1960 mb


Carbon Records







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Marc Faris - DRONE-ON THIS; Or, Why The "New Minimalism" Is Underground Rock's Biggest Lie Album


1Heavy + Soft W/Love (for Leslie)
2Untitled 9.04.00 (featuring Chuck Johnson)
3Durham, NC Is Burning (excerpt)
416 Days
5On Account Of My Goddamn Amp Keeps Shorting The Fuck Out
6Satellite Of Love
Written By – Lou Reed
7Hidden Bonus Track
8Hok Fragments


"Includes 3 "pop songs" (including an ill-advised cover of Lou Reed's "Satellite of Love"), 3 tracks of "free improv," 1 longer "piece," 43 tracks of digital silence and 1 "hidden bonus track" (entitled "Hidden Bonus Track")."


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