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Portland's Grails return with their first studio album since 2004s REDLIGHT. An increased interest in psychedelic, ambient and world music is most likely to blame for the group's exploration of the lesser-traveled paths of modern music. In addition, their eclectic range of collaborative endeavors - guitarist Zak RIles is also in M. Ward's band, while drummer Emil Amos has moonlighted as Jandek's drummer - has introduced an element of improvisation and reinterpretation of ideas that's both brilliant and earnest.
Portland's Grails return with their first studio album since 2004s REDLIGHT. An increased interest in psychedelic, ambient and world music is most likely to blame for the group's exploration of the lesser-traveled paths of modern music. In addition, their eclectic range of collaborative endeavors - guitarist Zak RIles is also in M. Ward's band, while drummer Emil Amos has moonlighted as Jandek's drummer - has introduced an element of improvisation and reinterpretation of ideas that's both brilliant and earnest.
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Format: CD
Label: TMPR
Catalog: 53118
Rel. Date: 04/24/2007
UPC: 656605311821

Burning Off Impurities
Artist: Grails
Format: CD
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Portland's Grails return with their first studio album since 2004s REDLIGHT. An increased interest in psychedelic, ambient and world music is most likely to blame for the group's exploration of the lesser-traveled paths of modern music. In addition, their eclectic range of collaborative endeavors - guitarist Zak RIles is also in M. Ward's band, while drummer Emil Amos has moonlighted as Jandek's drummer - has introduced an element of improvisation and reinterpretation of ideas that's both brilliant and earnest.
        
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