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Tracklisting 01 . Bastard Sunshine
02 . Ask No Questions
03 . O Death
04 . Untitled 001 [ mp3 ]
05 . Bury Me On the Hill
06 . White Noise
07 . I Guess That It's Time That I Go [ mp3 ]
Compiler : I Guess That It's Time That I Go
DWL030 . Released January 2003 . Add To Cart : $5
Description After a stretch of silence following his 2000 debut, 'Nothing Fits Like It Should', Compiler released this, his second EP of downtrodden folk in early 2003. Tucked with care inside a 5.25 inch floppy disc, the album surveys the lighter side of some of the sparse and boxy songs that he's written and toured with in the last two years. A promising sophomore effort from a talented young songwriter, this disc emerges as a frail-legged journey into and out of loss, assurance, and the like. Reviews Regardless of whether an individual likes the very manual, hands-on sound of Compiler, with all of its acoustic goodness, chances are that an exception will be made for this album. By far, the amazing work of the accompanying harmonica on some tracks (most specifically, 'bury me on the hill'), relegate this disc to the upper echelons of what I've had the distinct pleasure to review. Minimalism of a musical form exponentially returning the time spent listening to the disc to a wonderful, earthy feeling that will not leave a listener until much after they have stopped playing the disc. - 9.8/10

- NeuFutur . #9 - Summer 2003

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