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Daniel Johnston's major label debut Fun was originally released in 1994 on Atlantic Records while he was housed in a mental institution. Featuring some of Daniel's finest songwriting and boasting the most "accessible" sound of his eccentric and deep catalog, producer Paul Leary (Butthole Surfers) eloquently preserves the singer/songwriter's earnest appeal and wraps it in sympathetic musical support. The aspiring cartoonist's playful, symbol-heavy sketches have graced many of his album covers, including Fun.
Daniel Johnston's major label debut Fun was originally released in 1994 on Atlantic Records while he was housed in a mental institution. Featuring some of Daniel's finest songwriting and boasting the most "accessible" sound of his eccentric and deep catalog, producer Paul Leary (Butthole Surfers) eloquently preserves the singer/songwriter's earnest appeal and wraps it in sympathetic musical support. The aspiring cartoonist's playful, symbol-heavy sketches have graced many of his album covers, including Fun.
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Daniel Johnston - Fun - Aqua (Blue) [Colored Vinyl]

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Format: Vinyl
Label: ORG MUSIC
Rel. Date: 06/28/2024
UPC: 711574948314

Fun - Aqua (Blue) [Colored Vinyl]
Artist: Daniel Johnston
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $29.98
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DISC: 1

1. Love Wheel
2. Life in Vain
3. Crazy Love
4. Catie
5. Happy Time
6. Mind Contorted
7. Jelly Beans
8. Foxy Girl
9. Sad Sac + Tarzan
10. Psycho Nightmare
11. Silly Love
12. Circus Man
13. Love Will See You Through
14. Lousy Weekend
15. Delusion + Confusion
16. When I Met You
17. My Little Girl
18. Rock 'N' Roll / Ega

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Daniel Johnston's major label debut Fun was originally released in 1994 on Atlantic Records while he was housed in a mental institution. Featuring some of Daniel's finest songwriting and boasting the most "accessible" sound of his eccentric and deep catalog, producer Paul Leary (Butthole Surfers) eloquently preserves the singer/songwriter's earnest appeal and wraps it in sympathetic musical support. The aspiring cartoonist's playful, symbol-heavy sketches have graced many of his album covers, including Fun.
        
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