Download links and information about False Priest by Of Montreal. This album was released in 2010 and it belongs to Rock, Pop, Alternative, Psychedelic genres. It contains 13 tracks with total duration of 53:41 minutes.
|Genre:||Rock, Pop, Alternative, Psychedelic|
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|1.||I Feel Ya' Strutter||3:41|
|2.||Our Riotous Defects (feat. Janelle Monáe)||5:15|
|5.||Enemy Gene (feat. Janelle Monáe)||3:37|
|7.||Like a Tourist||4:02|
|8.||Sex Karma (feat. Solange Knowles)||4:01|
|9.||Girl Named Hello||4:14|
|11.||Casualty of You||2:59|
|12.||Around the Way||4:33|
|13.||You Do Mutilate?||6:50|
Of Montreal’s tenth release is dominated by glitzy, hooky, synth-funk in the vein of “I Feel Ya’ Strutter,” “Like a Tourist,” and “Girl Named Hello” with Kevin Barnes singing in a skittering multi-tracked falsetto that instantly brings to mind Prince (or a Prince parody). The songs run breathlessly from one glossy jam to the next, occasionally shifting gears as on the guitar-driven “Coquet Coquette” or the bitter ballad “Casualty of You.” It’s sprawling and dense, and chockfull of the oddball, stream-of-consciousness lyrics that Barnes favors. What makes this release different from previous albums is there seems to be a method behind the madness. Barnes is restless but not erratic. The songs are fuller and fleshed out and sound more crafted and less like a frenzied collage of ideas. Many even contain catchy sing-along choruses. Mostly though the album is pure adrenaline fun with a hint of underlying doom — you know the party is nearly over but not quite yet. In the end, False Priest straddles the moment between Saturday night’s cathartic release and the inevitable Sunday morning letdown.