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Psychic Chasms
Psychic Chasms
Studio album by Neon Indian
Released October 13, 2009
Recorded 2009
Genre Chillwave, synthpop, indietronica, lo-fi, neo-psychedelia, experimental
Length 30:36
Label Lefse
Producer Alan Palomo
Neon Indian chronology
Psychic Chasms
(2009)
Mind Ctrl: Psychic Chasms Possessed
(2010)

Psychic Chasms is the critically acclaimed debut album of Neon Indian. The album was released on October 13, 2009.

Rhapsody called it the seventeenth best album of 2009.[1]

According to students at Pratt Institute, the album artwork was done by a friend of Palomo's who attended the university, and made the cover as part of a drawing class.

Track listingEdit

No. Title Length
1. "(AM)"   0:25
2. "Deadbeat Summer" (featuring sample of "Izzat Love?" (1972) by Todd Rundgren) 4:03
3. "Laughing Gas"   1:43
4. "Terminally Chill"   3:33
5. "(if I knew, I'd tell you)"   0:47
6. "6669 (I Don't Know If You Know)"   3:21
7. "Should have taken acid with you"   2:21
8. "Mind, Drips" (featuring sample of "I Love You" (1984) by Carmelo La Bionda) 3:09
9. "Psychic Chasms" (featuring sample of "Come on Closer" (1983) by Pineapples) 4:06
10. "Local Joke" (featuring sample of "How About a Little Fanfare?" (1972) by Todd Rundgren) 3:27
11. "Ephemeral Artery" (this track also features a sample of "Come on Closer" (1983) by Pineapples) 2:52
12. "7000 (Reprise)"   0:57
Total length:
30:36


ReferencesEdit

  1. The 25 Best Albums of 2009 Referenced July 31, 2010

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