Easy Street Records

Originally released in 2005, Snake's Got A Leg is the first full-length by Sunset Rubdown-a solo project of Spencer Krug at that time. The album was curated from a series of bedroom recordings that Krug had made sporadically throughout the early aughts, and the variety of mood and style found across this set of low-fi and near-genreless songs sets the stage for the project's full-band releases to come. Fans of later Sunset Rubdown who have an affinity for wild experimentation will likely find something to love here.
Originally released in 2005, Snake's Got A Leg is the first full-length by Sunset Rubdown-a solo project of Spencer Krug at that time. The album was curated from a series of bedroom recordings that Krug had made sporadically throughout the early aughts, and the variety of mood and style found across this set of low-fi and near-genreless songs sets the stage for the project's full-band releases to come. Fans of later Sunset Rubdown who have an affinity for wild experimentation will likely find something to love here.
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Snake's Got A Leg [Clear Vinyl]
Artist: Sunset Rubdown
Format: Vinyl
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DISC: 1

1. The Dust You Kick Up Is Too Fine
2. Snake's Got a Leg
3. I'll Believe in Anything You'll Believe in Anything
4. Hey You Handsome Vulture
5. Hope You Don't Stoop to Dirty Words
6. Hope You Don't Stoop to Dirty Words 2
7. Cecil's Bells
8. I Know the Weight of Your Throat
9. Sol's Song
10. Stadiums and Shrines
11. Snake's Got a Leg 2
12. Portrait of a Shiny Metal Little Boy

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Originally released in 2005, Snake's Got A Leg is the first full-length by Sunset Rubdown-a solo project of Spencer Krug at that time. The album was curated from a series of bedroom recordings that Krug had made sporadically throughout the early aughts, and the variety of mood and style found across this set of low-fi and near-genreless songs sets the stage for the project's full-band releases to come. Fans of later Sunset Rubdown who have an affinity for wild experimentation will likely find something to love here.
        
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