Vinyl LP pressing. Long-awaited 2012 sophomore album from the Alt-Rock duo. Tobin Prinz (voice, guitar, drums) and Suzi Horn (voice, bass, drums) were determined to bring in some color and some tenderness to their second album. 'If you're going to face up to really difficult underlying themes,' says Prinz, 'sometimes the best way to do that is to let a bit of optimism in there.' It's hard to think of a band whose music gives a more thrillingly clear picture of what living in the 21st century is actually like. And from the livid call and response of 'Your Fire Has Gone Out' to the sensual domestic harmony of 'Sing Orderly,' this not-so-difficult second album will entrance skeptics and re-convert the converted.
Vinyl LP pressing. Long-awaited 2012 sophomore album from the Alt-Rock duo. Tobin Prinz (voice, guitar, drums) and Suzi Horn (voice, bass, drums) were determined to bring in some color and some tenderness to their second album. 'If you're going to face up to really difficult underlying themes,' says Prinz, 'sometimes the best way to do that is to let a bit of optimism in there.' It's hard to think of a band whose music gives a more thrillingly clear picture of what living in the 21st century is actually like. And from the livid call and response of 'Your Fire Has Gone Out' to the sensual domestic harmony of 'Sing Orderly,' this not-so-difficult second album will entrance skeptics and re-convert the converted.
829732228212

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Format: Vinyl
Label: DFA RECORDS
Catalog: 2282
Rel. Date: 02/21/2012
UPC: 829732228212

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Artist: Prinzhorn Dance School
Format: Vinyl
New: in stock 14.98
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Available Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Happy in Bits
2. Usurper
3. Seed, Crop, Harvest
4. I Want You
5. Your Fire Has Gone Out
6. Crisis Team
7. The Flora and Fauna of Britain in Bloom
8. Turn Up the Light
9. Sing Orderly 1
10. Right Night Kay West 1
11. Shake the Jar

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Vinyl LP pressing. Long-awaited 2012 sophomore album from the Alt-Rock duo. Tobin Prinz (voice, guitar, drums) and Suzi Horn (voice, bass, drums) were determined to bring in some color and some tenderness to their second album. 'If you're going to face up to really difficult underlying themes,' says Prinz, 'sometimes the best way to do that is to let a bit of optimism in there.' It's hard to think of a band whose music gives a more thrillingly clear picture of what living in the 21st century is actually like. And from the livid call and response of 'Your Fire Has Gone Out' to the sensual domestic harmony of 'Sing Orderly,' this not-so-difficult second album will entrance skeptics and re-convert the converted.