Title: Vivian Girl Jams
Style: Happy Hardcore, Experimental
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NEOCAFE - Vivian Girl Jams (Full Album) - Duration: 29:04. NEOCAFE x DJ Proxy Hornet - Peace Out! (Full Album) - Duration: 17:07.
NEOCAFE - Vivian Girl Jams (Full Album) - Duration: 29:04.
Vivian is the second studio album by American neo soul singer Vivian Green, released by Columbia on May 31, 2005 in Japan and June 28, 2005 in the United States. The album involves production by Scott Storch and James Poyser with additional production from Anthony Bell, Junius Bervine, and Adam Black Stone, among others. Vivian spawned three singles: "Gotta Go Gotta Leave (Tired)", "I Like It (But I Don't Need It)" and "Cursed".
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Vivian Girls were an American band from Brooklyn, New York. The only consistent members were Cassie Ramone and Katy Goodman, on guitar and bass respectively, whereas the group had several drummers throughout its history. They took their name from a book by Henry Darger.
At 21 minutes long Vivian Girls' debut album is over almost before it begins; it flashes by in a cloud of sludgy distortion and hissy noise. The trio belongs to a proud heritage of noise pop that started (as do so many things) with the Velvet Underground, went through to the Shop Assistants and early My Bloody Valentine in the mid-'80s, and continued on to Black Tambourine and Tiger Trap in the late '90s. Along with current bands like Times New Viking, Vivian Girls take their cues from their predecessors and cover their melodies in fuzzy gunk
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NotesDescription: "This is a tribute to Darger’s art, Post-Modernism and plastic bags.
Let's not let the Nightcore Revival/ Post Nightcore scene die!"