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Disc 1
01 03 :33
02 06 :40
03 06 :35
05 05 :59
06 04 :23
08 03 :34
Disc 2
01 07 :24
ARTIST
TITLE
Familiar
FORMAT
2LP

LABEL
CATALOG #
PTYT 072LP PTYT 072LP
GENRE
RELEASE DATE
10/14/2014

Double LP version;The 500 limited edition double vinyl presents the complete album, but with the addition of a second disc dedicated to the memory of Clare Amory; featuring the 7-minute dark disco warning siren of Excepter's Nathan Corbin's instrumental "Destroy" on the A-side, and a hand-drawn John Fell Ryan "cabalistic vision of the universe through love and loss" engraving on the B-side. Divine the spinning magick -- the embracing of loss becomes a release. Familiar is Excepter's first new all studio recordings album since 2010's U.S. double album release Presidence (Paw Tracks) which brought the band the international recognition of The Wire magazine's cover story, followed in 2011 by the shattering news of the sudden death from cancer of core band member Clare Amory which scattered the wandering band members across their home continent to New York, Los Angeles and New Mexico. In 2012 the band managed to reconvene for a lengthy and successful European tour and also install themselves at Blast First Petite's invitation in Studio Faust in alchemical Prague to record the basis of this all-new album. The album is an audio-enhanced continuation of Excepter's trademark creepy-crawled odd leg disco, layered with LaLa's cosmic sighs and John Fell Ryan's atonal, lysergical lyric-poem chants. It also includes Excepter's cover of Tim Buckley's "Song to the Siren," which was perhaps best made famous by This Mortal Coil's sweet 1983 moonlit version. Here, Excepter deliver instead, a pain-warped invocation to their lost limb.