8 thoughts on “ Reform The Countryside - Frog Eyes - Tears Of The Valedictorian (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Frog Eyes - Tears Of The Valedictorian at Discogs. Complete your Frog Eyes collection/5(34).
  2. LP (12" album, 33 rpm) Frog Eyes Format: Vinyl. "Tears of the Valedictorian" is Frog Eyes' best effort to date. Years of touring and recording have caused the band to become tighter as a whole, and the addition of Spencer Krug of Wolf Parade on keyboards fills out the sound expansively. Tracks such as "Bushels," "Reform Your Countryside /5(3).
  3. May 01,  · ''Tears of the Valedictorian'' is a rare album that is enjoyable on its first listen, but continues to get better and better over time as well. Review One listen to Tears of the Valedictorian confirms the group's uncanny talent for creating manic, beautiful and upsetting songs that seem to exist wholly for themselves/5(3).
  4. Now four albums in, Northwest Canada-based, Dante's Inferno outfitters Frog Eyes seem less like a band and more like a movement. While the quartet's intentions are suspect, one listen to Tears of the Valedictorian confirms the group's uncanny talent for creating manic, beautiful, and upsetting songs that seem to exist wholly for themselves.9/
  5. May 05,  · "Reform the Countryside" is probably the most normal thing that Mercer's ever performed, driven by a manic acoustic guitar (itself an oddity in the Frog Eyes canon) and featuring an atypically normal vocal from Mercer. It's also a great fucking song, and really it only sounds normal when you compare it to the rest of the album/5(28).
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  7. Album. Tears of the Valedictorian Frog Eyes. Released Tears of the Valedictorian Tracklist. 1. Idle Songs Lyrics. 2. Reform the Countryside Lyrics. 5. Policy.
  8. May 03,  · Tears of the Valedictorian is Frog Eyes' first substantial advance since 's The Golden River, which was a fanciful songcycle on a backdrop of ecological anxiety.

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