Oneohtrix Point Never - Magic Oneohtrix Point Never [Indie Exclusive Limited Edition Transparent Yellow 2LP] | RECORD STORE DAY

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DISC: 1

1. Cross Talk I
2. Auto & Allo
3. Long Road Home
4. Cross Talk II
5. I Donít Love Me Anymore
6. Bow Ecco
7. The Whether Channel
8. No Nightmares
9. Cross Talk III
10. Tales From The Trash Stratum
11. Answering Machine
12. Imago
13. Cross Talk IV / Radio Lonelys
14. Lost But Never Alone
15. Shifting
16. Wave Idea
17. Nothingís Special

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Oneohtrix Point Never returns with a new self-titled album, Magic Oneohtrix Point Never, out on October 30th 2020. It is the fourth full-length for Warp Records and follows his last, Age Of (2018). The eponymous title is taken from Lopatin's original Oneohtrix Point Never moniker - a misheard play on the Boston soft-rock radio station Magic 106.7. Musically, the album takes in all elements of OPN's output of the last 13 years, from the deconstructed New Age plunderphonics of Replica and R Plus Seven, to the alt rock and chamber pop songwriting of Garden Of Delete and Age Of and the symphonic, cinematic nature of the scores for Uncut Gems, Good Time and his production work for other artists; making self-titling the record both a reference to his roots while entrenched in the present. Lopatin has long been engaged with radio as a mode of aleatory listening. Exclusive to indie retail, this edition is pressed on limited transparent yellow vinyl.

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