The Black Angels – Phosphene Dream (2010)(320 kb/s)

The Black Angels had some great songs on Passover and Directions to See a Ghost, but after a few tracks, they all began to sound the same. Phosphene Dream is a step up, if only for the little bit of variety that the tighter arrangements and genre-hopping provide. You can take it a piece at a time or swallow it in one big dose.

–taken from… pitchfork.

the black angels on myspace

Track List:
01 – Bad Vibrations (4:27)
02 – Haunting at 1300 McKinley (2:23)
03 – Yellow Elevator #2 (4:56)
04 – Sunday Afternoon (2:43)
05 – River of Blood (3:58)
06 – Entrance Song (3:38)
07 – Phosphene Dream (3:41)
08 – True Believers (4:33)
09 – Telephone (1:59)
10 – The Sniper (3:53)


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