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Sake

by The Lazy Universe

This album is a collection of stories about the people on the fringes, like schizophrenic teenagers being married off to Pentecostal preachers,and single mothers of down-syndrome babies set against reverby, psychedelic guitars with female harmonies.
Genre: Rock: Psychedelic
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1. The Cooling Table
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2. Space Time Fluid
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3. Batter Born
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4. What She Wants
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5. Devil's Notion
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6. In the Dust, In the Weeds
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7. Nuff Sed
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8. The New Clean
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9. Thoroughly Peeled
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10. Shivaree
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11. Window Pain
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12. Salinas
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13. Coffin Walls
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14. All Home
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15. Ten Feet Tall
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Though The Lazy Universe hails from the mighty Northwest, they went back to their nascent music community in the high desert to record their first album in Reno Nevada. Stacey Tolle (songwriter, guitarist, vocalist) and Hudson Flanigan (drummer, vocalist) enlisted former band mates, long-time friends, family, and new acquaintances to play on Sake.
The lyrical content is unusual. Cowboys, self-harmers, schizophrenic teens, single mothers of down-syndrome children, alien goddeses are all represented. The music is as diverse as the subject matter. Psychedelic, country, stoner-rock, and a hint of Latin mix with warm female harmonies to create a trip through the fringes of the human experience.


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