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Obey Your Brain BRAIN-005
Used tags: folk
New and unplayed, the cover is graded VG+ because of some lightly dented corners, otherwise as new.
Grading cover: VG+ | Grading vinyl: NM
"Thank God for that voice. Without such caramel pipes, Beirut’s Zach Condon would never be able to own his shape-shifting styles — elegant French pop and Balkan folk on past albums, Mexican funeral marches here. But like a musical version of conceptual photographer Cindy Sherman, he embodies the essence without disappearing completely." (Spin)
"Don’t dismiss March of the Zapotec / Holland as an in-between-albums triviality. Beirut’s EP especially is an important step forward for the group, and throughout, Zach Condon’s songwriting only gets more convincing." (PopMatters)
"On each successive release, Beirut’s Zach Condon keeps expanding his sonic palette and his taste for stylistic variety while sharpening his songcraft. MARCH OF THE ZAPOTEC/HOLLAND, released in 2009, brings together two EPs representing Condon’s restlessly inventive musical fusions ... Condon’s experiments never sound random or pieced together, but are made remarkably cohesive by his sharp, poetic sensibility." (AllMusic)