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Life Through Bombardment Vol. 2 collects every Eluvium recording made since the release of the first Life Through Bombardment set back in 2009. Packaged similarly to the first set – a library-style clothbound hardcover book with seven distinct sleeves featuring new original artwork by longtime collaborator Jeannie Lynn Paske – this is the first time these recordings have been released on vinyl. This awe-striking, super-deluxe set includes the albums Similes, Static Nocturne, and Nightmare Ending, as well as the b-sides, remixes, and bonus tracks that accompanied them. Also included is Wisdom For Debris, the rare album that accompanied Paske's art book of the same name, and finally Curious Things, a full-length bonus album of rare and previously unreleased material recorded from 2009-2015. As with the first (long out-of-print and highly sought-after) volume, Life Through Bombardment Vol. 2 is strictly limited to 1,000 copies. Each is hand-assembled and hand-numbered, and includes a removable library card signed by the artists.
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TRACK LISTING SIDE A: SIMILES 1. Leaves Eclipse The Light 2. The Motion Makes Me Last 3. In Culmination 4. Weird Creatures 5. Nightmare 5
SIDE B: SIMILES 1. Making Up Minds 2. Bending Dream 3. Cease To Know
SIDE C: SIMILES B-SIDES 1. A Life In Tides Less Current 2. Crash Deconstructed 3. Remnant Signals
SIDE D: SIMILES REMIXES 1. The Motion Makes Me Last (Four Tet Remix) 2. Leaves Eclipse The Light (Nick Zammuto Remix)
SIDE E: STATIC NOCTURNE 1. Static Nocturne Pt. 1
SIDE F: STATIC NOCTURNE 1. Static Nocturne Pt. 2
SIDE G: NIGHTMARE ENDING 1. Don't Get Any Closer 2. Warm 3. By The Rails
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A deeply effecting post-rock LP layered with the pensive zen-hauntings of Max Richter, richly layered ambient frames, and warmly shimmering post-rock billows. The LP is a reflective elegy, a long look back and a tremendous LP. brantly