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In most any Dungeons & Dragons adventure worth completing, the hero must come face-to-face with herself in some form a cursed, mystical mirror that reveals all that our hero is and is not; a reflection in some Blood River that displays for our hero the monster she has become; a doppelganger that reveals how much our hero has changed since the beginning of the adventure.

So, as XagXaguVar, our year-long 25th anniversary campaign enters its final chapter, Jagjaguwar must also confront our former self. Were going all the way back to the basement of the sushi joint in Charlottesville; all the way back to when we were just a haphazardly made zine; all the way back to the original mantra which served at Jagjaguwars early guiding force. The Sentimental Noise echoing through the caverns of self-discovery is tender and deafening.

Weve uncovered new and unreleased work from some of Jagjaguwars earliest friends like Drunk, Manishevitz and Bevel. Weve called upon necromancers like Norways Jenny Hval, Jagjaguwar legends Wilderness and Bloomington post-rock heroes Tammar. Mysterious noise mongers like Canadas Wold and Oslos Some Nerve have delivered on their promise to absolutely split our skulls open. There are two loving tributes to Patron Saint of Jagjaguwar John Prine. And weve unearthed two songs from Atsushi Miura, who once upon a time allowed ourf ounder Darius Van Arman to book shows in the basement of the sushi restaurant he ran. He dedicates one song to Darius and in the other, humorously lambasts the college town he called home for all those years. Today Jagjaguwar dies; tomorrow Jagjaguwar is reborn.

In most any Dungeons & Dragons adventure worth completing, the hero must come face-to-face with herself in some form a cursed, mystical mirror that reveals all that our hero is and is not; a reflection in some Blood River that displays for our hero the monster she has become; a doppelganger that reveals how much our hero has changed since the beginning of the adventure.

So, as XagXaguVar, our year-long 25th anniversary campaign enters its final chapter, Jagjaguwar must also confront our former self. Were going all the way back to the basement of the sushi joint in Charlottesville; all the way back to when we were just a haphazardly made zine; all the way back to the original mantra which served at Jagjaguwars early guiding force. The Sentimental Noise echoing through the caverns of self-discovery is tender and deafening.

Weve uncovered new and unreleased work from some of Jagjaguwars earliest friends like Drunk, Manishevitz and Bevel. Weve called upon necromancers like Norways Jenny Hval, Jagjaguwar legends Wilderness and Bloomington post-rock heroes Tammar. Mysterious noise mongers like Canadas Wold and Oslos Some Nerve have delivered on their promise to absolutely split our skulls open. There are two loving tributes to Patron Saint of Jagjaguwar John Prine. And weve unearthed two songs from Atsushi Miura, who once upon a time allowed ourf ounder Darius Van Arman to book shows in the basement of the sushi restaurant he ran. He dedicates one song to Darius and in the other, humorously lambasts the college town he called home for all those years. Today Jagjaguwar dies; tomorrow Jagjaguwar is reborn.

656605240435

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Format: Vinyl
Label: JAGJAGUWAR
Rel. Date: 12/03/2021
UPC: 656605240435

Sentimental Noise [Metallic Silver 2LP]
Artist: Various Artists
Format: Vinyl
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. I Love You (Live at Tokyo Rose)
2. The Cool, Cool River
3. Night Sky
4. Smokes
5. Unprecision
6. Free Man
7. Waltz as Andidote
8. All's Well That Ends
9. Forever Broken Hearted
10. Why You Hang Around
11. Tvil
12. Tomorrow
13. Blue Umbrella
14. All Mellow People
15. Useless Things Are Best
16. Beryl Blade Reddening
17. I Hate Charlottesville

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In most any Dungeons & Dragons adventure worth completing, the hero must come face-to-face with herself in some form a cursed, mystical mirror that reveals all that our hero is and is not; a reflection in some Blood River that displays for our hero the monster she has become; a doppelganger that reveals how much our hero has changed since the beginning of the adventure.

So, as XagXaguVar, our year-long 25th anniversary campaign enters its final chapter, Jagjaguwar must also confront our former self. Were going all the way back to the basement of the sushi joint in Charlottesville; all the way back to when we were just a haphazardly made zine; all the way back to the original mantra which served at Jagjaguwars early guiding force. The Sentimental Noise echoing through the caverns of self-discovery is tender and deafening.

Weve uncovered new and unreleased work from some of Jagjaguwars earliest friends like Drunk, Manishevitz and Bevel. Weve called upon necromancers like Norways Jenny Hval, Jagjaguwar legends Wilderness and Bloomington post-rock heroes Tammar. Mysterious noise mongers like Canadas Wold and Oslos Some Nerve have delivered on their promise to absolutely split our skulls open. There are two loving tributes to Patron Saint of Jagjaguwar John Prine. And weve unearthed two songs from Atsushi Miura, who once upon a time allowed ourf ounder Darius Van Arman to book shows in the basement of the sushi restaurant he ran. He dedicates one song to Darius and in the other, humorously lambasts the college town he called home for all those years. Today Jagjaguwar dies; tomorrow Jagjaguwar is reborn.

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