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Satanic Panic In the Attic


Download links and information about Satanic Panic In the Attic by Of Montreal. This album was released in 2004 and it belongs to Rock, Pop, Alternative, Psychedelic genres. It contains 14 tracks with total duration of 43:33 minutes.

Artist: Of Montreal
Release date: 2004
Genre: Rock, Pop, Alternative, Psychedelic
Tracks: 14
Duration: 43:33
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No. Title Length
1. Dis-connect the Dots (LP Version) 4:25
2. Lysergic Bliss (LP Version) 4:04
3. Will You Come And Fetch Me (LP Version) 1:59
4. My British Tour Diary (LP Version) 2:19
5. Rapture Rapes the Muses (LP Version) 3:03
6. Eros' Entropic Tundra (LP Version) 3:12
7. City Bird (LP Version) 2:20
8. Erroneous Escape Into Eric Eckles (LP Version) 2:48
9. Chrissie Kiss the Corpse (LP Version) 2:40
10. Your Magic Is Working (LP Version) 3:42
11. Climb the Ladder (LP Version) 3:26
12. How Lester Lost His Wife (LP Version) 2:31
13. Spike the Senses (LP Version) 3:11
14. Vegan In Furs (LP Version) 3:53



Of Montreal’s previous recordings encompassed a wide range of expression: carnival weirdness, ‘60s rock, theatrical pop, psychedelic dreamscapes ...  musical compositions both silly and sublime dotted their landscape. It wasn’t until their sixth full-length release, Satanic Panic In the Attic, that critics were willing to lavish praise across the board. Kevin Barnes has a firm grasp of all things pop, and though only a handful of tracks here have hooky choruses that allow the songs to really stand apart, one gets the feeling the songs are hook-laden, and that’s a feat in itself. Barnes is a master of melody, and he’s smoothed out any past imperfections creating songs that feel polished and sure-footed. An ethereal, airy quality in Barnes’ vocals lifts tracks like “Dis-connect The Dots” and “Lysergic Bliss” into the clouds, while other songs playfully bounce from style to style:  “Will You Come And Fetch Me” moves from tic-toc percussion and twinkling xylophone to swaying violins and on to breezy guitars in under two minutes; “Chrissie Kiss The Corpse” blends faintly Caribbean guitar rhythms with a jaunty pop rock arrangement. Satanic Panic is a real panoply of pop-art color.