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Limited edition clear vinyl LP pressing. There is both - a before and an after. Looking at Mountaineer's line-up and modus operandi, it's important to distinguish between the first two albums, Sirens and Slumber (2017) and Passages (2018), and the Californian band's recent output. Today operates a sextet whose first release was 2020's Bloodletting and which now presents itself on the fourth long player Giving Up The Ghost even more attuned and self-evident. Giving Up The Ghost is such an album, whose seven tracks you inevitably listen to in one piece and, at first, you don't even realize how much you are drawn into the spell of the music. This expresses the excellent songwriting of Mountaineer. The fourth album of the sextet is developed rich in contrast and tension, but also balanced and connecting. In addition, it offers distinctive, recognizable hooklines and vocals, as well as a mood that extends over the full playing time, which ultimately distinguishes Giving Up The Ghost.