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Download links and information about Coconut by Archie Bronson Outfit. This album was released in 2010 and it belongs to Rock, Indie Rock, Punk, Alternative genres. It contains 21 tracks with total duration of 01:23:08 minutes.

Artist: Archie Bronson Outfit
Release date: 2010
Genre: Rock, Indie Rock, Punk, Alternative
Tracks: 21
Duration: 01:23:08
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No. Title Length
1. Magnetic Warrior 4:53
2. Shark's Tooth 3:12
3. Hoola 3:44
4. Wild Strawberries 3:02
5. Chunk 4:41
6. You Have a Right to a Mountain Life / One Up On Yourself 4:27
7. Bite It & Believe It 3:34
8. Hunt You Down 4:22
9. Harness (Bliss) 5:36
10. Run Gospel Singer 2:34
11. Magnetic Warrior 4:55
12. Shark's Tooth 3:16
13. Hoola 3:43
14. Wild Strawberries 3:03
15. Chunk 4:43
16. You Have a Right to a Mountain Life 4:28
17. One Up On Yourself 2:49
18. Bite It & Believe It 3:34
19. Hunt You Down 4:20
20. Harness (Bliss) 5:37
21. Run Gospel Singer 2:35



While North American bands like Black Mountain, Black Angels, and Warlocks own a large chunk of the vintage psych-garage sound rocking college radio these days, a band from across the pond has stealthily been buying up the ‘hood. Archie Bronson Outfit’s second full-length, Derdang Derdang, was a powerhouse collection of raw, tribal, blues-tinged rock, and album number three, Coconut, somehow transcends that release; it’s both brutal and beautiful, with deeper psych-rock grooves. “Wild Strawberries” is gloriously unsettling, with messy, bad trip guitars propelling Sam Windett’s unhinged vocals, but “Hunt You Down” offers a gentle come-down on pillows of airy, ‘60s jangle riffs (never mind the stalker narrative). Where “You Have A Right to a Mountain Life/One Up On Yourself” is incendiary, in a “Fire”-era, Crazy World of Arthur Brown kind of way, “Shark’s Tooth” has a Punjabi party heart, albeit one drenched in reverb and patchouli (see video below for A.B.O.-sanctioned dance moves). Opener “Magnetic Warrior” paves the way, with undulant, grinding, day-glo guitars, and closing track “Run Gospel Singer” is a brilliant slab of pulsing, fuzz covered pop. Deliriously good fun.