12 Songs, 52 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Prepare to enter the world of your inner child, where words are rendered meaningless and every sight and sound is wonderfully new—that's the feel of this colorful 2004 album. Chiming, folky fingerpicking weaves through Avey Tare and Panda Bear's close harmonies on "The Softest Voice" and "Mouth Wooed Her," while assorted sounds (and their own voices) get twisted and looped into giddy exhaustion. Still, it all feels incredibly organic, like two children gleefully running through a forest ("Good Lovin Outside") before sitting by the campfire to clap and strum in celebration ("We Tigers").

EDITORS’ NOTES

Prepare to enter the world of your inner child, where words are rendered meaningless and every sight and sound is wonderfully new—that's the feel of this colorful 2004 album. Chiming, folky fingerpicking weaves through Avey Tare and Panda Bear's close harmonies on "The Softest Voice" and "Mouth Wooed Her," while assorted sounds (and their own voices) get twisted and looped into giddy exhaustion. Still, it all feels incredibly organic, like two children gleefully running through a forest ("Good Lovin Outside") before sitting by the campfire to clap and strum in celebration ("We Tigers").

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