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Queued for hours for the Tame Impala record store day 12”? Thrilled that you got it? Desolate that you missed out? Well you will either be pleased/infuriated that here it is,  out again. Its a farce isn’t it? They are all out to scrounge every bit of last money from you my poor unfortunate consumer. This time though its on black vinyl rather than red so you may want to get it agai ...

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Ltd expanded coloured vinyl 12" EP + download on Modular.

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12" £8.99 MODCL178

Black vinyl edition 12" EP + download on Modular.

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8/10 Clinton Staff review, 28 June 2013

Queued for hours for the Tame Impala record store day 12”? Thrilled that you got it? Desolate that you missed out? Well you will either be pleased/infuriated that here it is,  out again. Its a farce isn’t it? They are all out to scrounge every bit of last money from you my poor unfortunate consumer. This time though its on black vinyl rather than red so you may want to get it again. Actually it was originally released in 2008 so this is the third release. You may want to get all three?  

It pre-dates the most excellent debut album ‘Innerspeaker’ and opener ‘Desire Be, Desire Go’ is also on that album (in different form), the other tracks are exclusive to this release (and the two other versions), ‘Skeleton Tiger’ is a nice piece of straight ahead catchy psych which would have fitted in quite nicely on ‘Innerspeaker’. The other tracks are good but not up to the quality of the albums. For the uninitiated they peddle a very impressive dusty psych rock with melodious John Lennon-like vocals, Keith Moon drums and stinging guitars but the uninitiated should start with ‘Innerspeaker’ or ‘Lonerism’.

This is more for the obsessive fan and is well worth getting for the unreleased tracks which particularly on the B side are a little more droney and mantra-like than the hook filled albums, the final track 'Wander' ing around the back road of the late 60's Beatles back catalogue.

 

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