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Crazy and occasionally brilliant

New Weird America is just one big group of musical friends.


[people] I am one of Amazon's profitable idiots, one of them who smiles his honor when it flashes "Hello, Siri, we have recommendations for you" as I log in to their site. Whenever I threw whatever it was they had to recommend to me in the shopping cart, I always get seduced when I read that "those who bought this, also bought that". Because then I can't be any worse than everyone else, like?

That's how it forms well-nourished minuses on the Visa card and unintended trends in my record collection, and right now I'm really out to drive. For how many crazy, brilliant ladies and men is there really room for an otherwise awkwardly prosaic home?

The worst thing is that they know each other, all these artists who gradually fill my CD shelf and have been classified under the term New Weird America. This makes it even more difficult to send just a few of them to the door. Toe

Devendra Banhart,. . .

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