Apples in Stereo: Discovery Of A World Inside The Moone

SKU: 33500324
The Apples in Stereo: Discovery Of A World Inside The Moone

Apples in Stereo: Discovery Of A World Inside The Moone

SKU: 33500324

Format: VINYL LP

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Title: Discovery Of A World Inside The Moone
Artist: Apples in Stereo
Label: Yep Roc Records
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 634457255012
Genre: Rock

The Discovery of a World Inside the Moone is the fourth album from The Apples in Stereo. It received generally good reviews as a showcase for the band's experimental/psychedelic pop. The album is the band's first major change in production style compared to earlier albums. Up until The Discovery of a World Inside the Moone, producer and band leader Robert Schneider would usually implement a Wall of Sound style of production on his records whereas on this album he chose to pursue a more "raw" sound. This was to portray a sound more similar to how the band sounded during live performances versus a typically more orchestrated quality of sound. In an interview flexi disc, included on the vinyl-LP version of the album, Schneider remarks: "That was a lesson I learned from Led Zeppelin and from The Beatles-is that one guitar can go a long way. I used to take a Phil Spector approach which was that a lot of guitars can go a long way. Now I'm kind of going more for the feeling of the way we sound."

1.1 Go 3:14
1.2 The Rainbow 2:40
1.3 Stream Running Over 3:44
1.4 20 Cases Suggestive of... 2:53
1.5 Look Away 3:25
1.6 What Happened Then 2:10
1.7 I Can't Believe 4:23
1.8 Submarine Dream 4:30
1.9 Allright/Not Quite 2:54
1.10 The Bird That You Can't See 3:55
1.11 Stay Gold 4:04
1.12 The Afternoon 3:12
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