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USA Out of Vietnam - Crashing Diseases and Incurable Airplanes (2014)

14-06-2014, 13:02
Music | Rock | Alternative

USA Out of Vietnam - Crashing Diseases and Incurable Airplanes (2014)

Artist: USA Out of Vietnam
Title Of Album: Crashing Diseases and Incurable Airplanes
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Aurora Borealis Records
Genre: Psychedelic Rock, Shoegaze
Quality: 320 Kbps
Total Time: 59:39 min
Total Size: 141 MB


1. Archangel 10:14
2. You Are A Comet, You Are On Fire 07:47
3. Asphodel 1322 14:18
4. Leg Of Lamb 13:09
5. Tonight The Dead Walk 14:11

On their debut, USA Out of Vietnam proudly boast of their love of lush harmony and infectious melody but also like to push past the 3 minute traditional pop format with 10 minute epics - psychedelic, in the truest sense of the word.

With over 15 guest musicians appearing on Crashing Diseases and Incurable Airplanes (including Montreal singer/songwriter Patrick Watson who contributes treated vocal loops on two songs here), their debut is vast in it's scope, and abundant with rich sounds. Brass sections elbow up to detuned and distorted Marshall stacked guitars, spoken word sections appear in unlikely spaces, vocoder vocals appear within breaths of angelic choir vocals, vintage synth and sampled noises hover over lush string sections while a piano beds down with crushing Swans-style pummeling. The lyrics across the album mirror the sound that surrounds them, with themes grasping towards redemption that search for a sliver of light hiding in the darkness.

Crashing Diseases and Incurable Airplanes slowly reels the listener in as opposed to attacking them with ballast and decibels. USA Out of Vietnam have created an enveloping and vivid piece of work - but flush that incense and peppermint flotsam out of your head because USA Out of Vietnam insist that this trip is for real.

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