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1 review | 4 people love this record: be the 5th! Some 7"s are thick these days aren't they? This High Places job comes on white 76g vinyl (I know, I weighed it), that's more than a house full of obese cats. I think these two are really good but they baffle me a bit too, it's just really hard music to describe I think.. The lead track is on the excellent album and it is called 'Vision's the First' which is three words. It sounds a bit like L ... »

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Vision’s The First.../Namer by High Places
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4 people love this record. Be the 5th!
9/10 Brett Staff review, 09 October 2008
Some 7"s are thick these days aren't they? This High Places job comes on white 76g vinyl (I know, I weighed it), that's more than a house full of obese cats. I think these two are really good but they baffle me a bit too, it's just really hard music to describe I think.. The lead track is on the excellent album and it is called 'Vision's the First' which is three words. It sounds a bit like Laika forcing a steel drum and a glockenspiel to procreate inside a broken sequencer, at first they don't like it but after a while they realise it's a match made in heaven and eventually they ask a girl with a cute voice to watch them through the car window and sing for them because they like to do it to music even though they're making music themselves because they're musical instruments and it's in their nature to make music because that's what they were made for even though for the purposes of this simile they're living creatures and must have been born not made unless you believe in the concept of god as a divine creator. Yeah, this is well fit.

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