After being out of print for years, Atmosphereís fifth studio album, You Canít Imagine How Much Fun Weíre Having, returns on vinyl. Following the breakthrough success of their fourth album, Sevenís Travels, the group returned in 2005, showing impressive growth and inventiveness in their new compositions. Citing inspirations from a list of less-than-expected sources, including Tom Waits, Mark Lanegan, Shawn Phillips, Spoon, The Mars Volta, alopecia, Public Enemy, Boogie Down Productions, The Beauty Pill, infected wisdom teeth, Craig Finn, TV On The Radio, Australia and I-94 East, among others, the album pushed boundaries without overreaching.

After being out of print for years, Atmosphereís fifth studio album, You Canít Imagine How Much Fun Weíre Having, returns on vinyl. Following the breakthrough success of their fourth album, Sevenís Travels, the group returned in 2005, showing impressive growth and inventiveness in their new compositions. Citing inspirations from a list of less-than-expected sources, including Tom Waits, Mark Lanegan, Shawn Phillips, Spoon, The Mars Volta, alopecia, Public Enemy, Boogie Down Productions, The Beauty Pill, infected wisdom teeth, Craig Finn, TV On The Radio, Australia and I-94 East, among others, the album pushed boundaries without overreaching.

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Format: Vinyl
Label: RHYMESAYERS
Rel. Date: 10/22/2021
UPC: 826257006943

You Can't Imagine How Much Fun We're Having [2LP]
Artist: Atmosphere
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $32.98
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DISC: 1

1. The Arrival
2. Panic Attack
3. Watch Out
4. Musical Chairs
5. Say Hey There
6. Hockey Hair
7. Bam
8. Pour Me Another
9. Smart Went Crazy
10. Angelface
11. That Night
12. Get Fly
13. Little Man

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After being out of print for years, Atmosphereís fifth studio album, You Canít Imagine How Much Fun Weíre Having, returns on vinyl. Following the breakthrough success of their fourth album, Sevenís Travels, the group returned in 2005, showing impressive growth and inventiveness in their new compositions. Citing inspirations from a list of less-than-expected sources, including Tom Waits, Mark Lanegan, Shawn Phillips, Spoon, The Mars Volta, alopecia, Public Enemy, Boogie Down Productions, The Beauty Pill, infected wisdom teeth, Craig Finn, TV On The Radio, Australia and I-94 East, among others, the album pushed boundaries without overreaching.