CASSETTE: 2020 release from the Chicago-based indie band. As prolific of a band as they have been, none of the albums sounded the same, none of the albums imagined themselves as too big to fail in the name of trying something new. They always felt, to me, like more of a collective than anything else. A smattering of gifted contributors, fighting their way through their own creative whims. Tim Melina Theo Bobby, Joan of Arc's final album, might be their most personal and adventurous to date, culminating the band's many inspired, divergent sounds into one self-reflective, conclusive statement.
CASSETTE: 2020 release from the Chicago-based indie band. As prolific of a band as they have been, none of the albums sounded the same, none of the albums imagined themselves as too big to fail in the name of trying something new. They always felt, to me, like more of a collective than anything else. A smattering of gifted contributors, fighting their way through their own creative whims. Tim Melina Theo Bobby, Joan of Arc's final album, might be their most personal and adventurous to date, culminating the band's many inspired, divergent sounds into one self-reflective, conclusive statement.
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Tim Melina Theo Bobby
Artist: Joan Of Arc
Format: Cassette
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DISC: 1

1. Destiny Revision
2. Something Kind
3. Karma Repair Kit
4. Creature and Being
5. Land Surveyor
6. Feedback 3/4
7. The Dawn of Something
8. Cover Letter Son
9. Rising Horizon
10. Upside Down Bottomless Pit

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CASSETTE: 2020 release from the Chicago-based indie band. As prolific of a band as they have been, none of the albums sounded the same, none of the albums imagined themselves as too big to fail in the name of trying something new. They always felt, to me, like more of a collective than anything else. A smattering of gifted contributors, fighting their way through their own creative whims. Tim Melina Theo Bobby, Joan of Arc's final album, might be their most personal and adventurous to date, culminating the band's many inspired, divergent sounds into one self-reflective, conclusive statement.