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Animal Collective could follow such a track with the disjointed Panda Bear jam "Daily Routine," which again bears a distinctly houselike piano sound, and the watery "Bluish," which sounds like it was recorded after the band plunged into Dr. Edward Jessup's sensory-deprivation tank in
They can't afford to be aggressive when they're down a guitar player so they cut out the shrieking and go for feelings like sentimentality ( "Bluish"), springiness ( "Lion in a Coma") and unabashed joy ( "Summertime Clothes").
Some songs, like "Bluish," lack the same intensity and brilliance that the others display, thus creating something of a weak link between otherwise stellar tracks.
The subtle touches to songs like these and the delicate lyrics of love-song "Bluish" show just why Animal Collective has such a cult following: No one else can make songs so astonishingly complex.
Sometimes you sit down with an instrument and songs just come really, really fast, and one like that or "Bluish", they came really fast when I picked up the instrument.
And on "Bluish," Avey Tare, continuing his tradition of associating romantic affection with a color, manages to create the band's own version of a '70s AM love song with a gently pulsating rhythm and light piano flourishes.
Norwegian singer/songwriter transforms the electro swath of "Bluish" into a solo acoustic ditty.
Sondre Lerche "Bluish" (Animal Collective Cover) 09.
Bluish gray smoke eddied around us, and the ground was littered with hot brass.
As several post pointed out Oregon is indeed Bluish.
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