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Over the past ten years, no one's come close to matching Oneida's output of dazzlingly creative, uncategorizable music. Psychedelia, minimalism, maximalism, one-step, infinite-wave, etc. It's all there. HAPPY NEW YEAR is the Brooklyn band's most eclectic and coherent to date. It flows flawlessly from a traditional hymn of grim beauty through hypnotic rounds, thunderous kraut grooves, severe ballads, and other indescribable music. Guest appearances include Phil Manley of Trans Am, Emily Manzo of the Fucking Champs, Shahin Motia of Ex Models, Brad Truax of Home, and frequent Oneida collaborator Barry London.
Over the past ten years, no one's come close to matching Oneida's output of dazzlingly creative, uncategorizable music. Psychedelia, minimalism, maximalism, one-step, infinite-wave, etc. It's all there. HAPPY NEW YEAR is the Brooklyn band's most eclectic and coherent to date. It flows flawlessly from a traditional hymn of grim beauty through hypnotic rounds, thunderous kraut grooves, severe ballads, and other indescribable music. Guest appearances include Phil Manley of Trans Am, Emily Manzo of the Fucking Champs, Shahin Motia of Ex Models, Brad Truax of Home, and frequent Oneida collaborator Barry London.
656605210025
Oneida - Happy New Year

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Format: CD
Label: JAGJ
Catalog: 52100
Rel. Date: 07/11/2006
UPC: 656605210025

Happy New Year
Artist: Oneida
Format: CD
New: Available to Order $14.98
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Over the past ten years, no one's come close to matching Oneida's output of dazzlingly creative, uncategorizable music. Psychedelia, minimalism, maximalism, one-step, infinite-wave, etc. It's all there. HAPPY NEW YEAR is the Brooklyn band's most eclectic and coherent to date. It flows flawlessly from a traditional hymn of grim beauty through hypnotic rounds, thunderous kraut grooves, severe ballads, and other indescribable music. Guest appearances include Phil Manley of Trans Am, Emily Manzo of the Fucking Champs, Shahin Motia of Ex Models, Brad Truax of Home, and frequent Oneida collaborator Barry London.
        
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