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It was the winter after returning from extensive touring behind Mice Parade's 2005 album BEM-VINDA VONTADE, and founder Adam Pierce moved away from the edge of NYC, up to the wooded country near Bear Mountain; he spent the following spring converting an old garage into the latest and best so far in his long line of home studios. The test project for the new studio turned into Mice Parade's first self-titled album and seventh full-length release. The new album finds Pierce continuing his trend of stellar collaborators: Laetitia Saier chimes in beautifully on "Tales of Las Negras", Kristin Anna Valtysdottir lends her incredible grace to "Double Dolphins on the Nickel"; other contributors include touring Mice Parade members Doug Scharin, Dylan Cristy and Jay Israelson.
It was the winter after returning from extensive touring behind Mice Parade's 2005 album BEM-VINDA VONTADE, and founder Adam Pierce moved away from the edge of NYC, up to the wooded country near Bear Mountain; he spent the following spring converting an old garage into the latest and best so far in his long line of home studios. The test project for the new studio turned into Mice Parade's first self-titled album and seventh full-length release. The new album finds Pierce continuing his trend of stellar collaborators: Laetitia Saier chimes in beautifully on "Tales of Las Negras", Kristin Anna Valtysdottir lends her incredible grace to "Double Dolphins on the Nickel"; other contributors include touring Mice Parade members Doug Scharin, Dylan Cristy and Jay Israelson.
600116996329

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Format: CD
Label: FCAT
Catalog: 69963
Rel. Date: 05/08/2007
UPC: 600116996329

Mice Parade
Artist: Mice Parade
Format: CD
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Sneaky Red
2. Tales of las Negras
3. Last Ten Homes, The
4. Snow
5. Double Dolphins on the Nickel
6. Satchelaise
7. Swing
8. Circle None
9. Nights After Fiction, The

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It was the winter after returning from extensive touring behind Mice Parade's 2005 album BEM-VINDA VONTADE, and founder Adam Pierce moved away from the edge of NYC, up to the wooded country near Bear Mountain; he spent the following spring converting an old garage into the latest and best so far in his long line of home studios. The test project for the new studio turned into Mice Parade's first self-titled album and seventh full-length release. The new album finds Pierce continuing his trend of stellar collaborators: Laetitia Saier chimes in beautifully on "Tales of Las Negras", Kristin Anna Valtysdottir lends her incredible grace to "Double Dolphins on the Nickel"; other contributors include touring Mice Parade members Doug Scharin, Dylan Cristy and Jay Israelson.
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