8 thoughts on “ Die Young - Palaxy Tracks - Wilderness (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Wilderness by Palaxy Tracks, released 03 March 1. An Episode 2. O R P H A N S 3. Die Young 4. There is a Sound 5. Slow Dancing 6. Pennies 7. The Afterlives 8. Non-Fiction 9. Words in a Jar Bless This Mess Pareidolia Weird Weather.
  2. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Wilderness - Palaxy Tracks on AllMusic.
  3. As a young man, he moved to Austin, TX, and started his own group, Palaxy Tracks. They released three albums, including the shimmering and perfect Cedarland (Peek-A-Boo, ). They were a beloved part of the scene that fostered Spoon, And You Will Know Us .
  4. Wilderness is available on Peek-A-Boo records as a digital download and a limited edition 12" LP pressed on white gram vinyl and packaged in hand-silkscreened art by painter Paul Kremer, with graphic design by Brian Hennings of Hoefler & Co. Release Date: April 14, Track Listing.
  5. Apr 28,  · Palaxy Tracks – Wilderness LP (Peek-a-Boo) New album from Brandon Durham aka Palaxy Tracks. Durham is now not quite 43, the year he thought a man "gets handsome." He and his husband live in a New York City apartment with an pound dog and two cats. He works for the typographers Hoefler & Co. Things are good.
  6. A song about ghosts rising from the floor and young families hanging by their necks from trees ("The Afterlives"). A song about a cat named Thurston ("Weird Weather"). Songs about childhood, secrets and desire. Songs of the sounds made in the Wilderness. We are the animals there. Wilderness is the new album by Palaxy Tracks. Written and.
  7. Apr 14,  · Palaxy Tracks – Wilderness LP (Peek-a-Boo) New album from Brandon Durham aka Palaxy Tracks. Durham is now not quite 43, the year he thought a man “gets handsome.” He and his husband live in a New York City apartment with an pound dog and two cats. He works for the typographers Hoefler & Co. Things are good.
  8. The woman in the hootch next to mine in Viet Nam played this album night and day, so often that I began to think it was the only album she owned, so it was many years before the full splendor of Pearl revealed itself to me, and while it isn’t an album I play often, I am thankful for the space it holds in my collection. Pearl was the final evaluation of anything Janis would ever do.

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