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VietNam - an A.merican D.ream (2013)
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VietNam - an A.merican D.ream (2013) 

Release: 2013 | Quality: FLAC | Time: 58:13 min | Size: 333 Mb
Genre: Psychedelic Rock, Indie Rock, Blues Rock | Label: Mexican Summer

An A.merican D.ream album by Vietnam was released Feb 26, 2013 on the Mexican Summer label.

Shortly after the 2007 release of their self-titled full-length, Brooklyn
songwriter Michael Gerner's much-acclaimed rock revivalist unit Vietnam
disappeared into the ether. An A.merican D.ream music CDs Always made up
of revolving players shakily assembled around Gerner's hazy, shambling
songs, part of the bands' charm was their volatile nature. An A.merican
D.ream songs After the group's implosion, Gerner vanished to the West
Coast, where he spent five years exploring ambient synth textures and
scoring films. An A.merican D.ream album Vietnam's re-emergence in 2013,
seemingly as random as their disappearance, comes in the form of An A.
An A.merican D.ream CD music merican D. An A.merican D.ream music CDs
ream, a sprawling double album and easily the group's finest moment.
Steeped always in the New York street grit of the Velvet Underground or
early Dylan, Gerner's insane-street-person-sermon lyrics are at fever
pitch, riding atop sprawling rockers like "Kitchen Kongas," as well as
more mellow looks inward like "Stucco Roofs." The dark, strung-out
influence of Spacemen 3 still shows up, as on the slide-guitar stumble
of "Blasphemy Blues." Some of those years Gerner spent experimenting
with analog synths rub off on the production of An A. merican D. ream,
as well, if subtly. The band expanded to include a full-time violinist
as well as synth player, and most of the songs are bridged by
understated Moog textures. Lyrically dense, the songs are stuffed with
imagery that bounces back and forth between apocalyptic dread and
stream-of-consciousness rants about murder, panic, everyday living, and a
string of larger-than-life characters. Heavy also on profanity,
stretches of manic joy, and a perspective so world-weary it almost feels
juvenile again, these songs are the boldest statement from Vietnam, and
sound like they took years to gestate. Often extending past the
seven-minute mark -- listen to the epic "W. orld W. ar W. orries" --
Gerner's diatribes are bright with the visceral pain, terror, and
redemption of modern life as seen through the eyes of someone too aware
for their own good. Much like the most coherent moments of Brian
Jonestown Massacre, An A. merican D. ream comes off like an updated
version of the walking blues: heavy looks at heavy times, made all the
heavier when the narrator is positioned somewhere between genius and
mental breakdown.(Fred Thomas)


1. A.D. pt. I
2. Stucco Roofs
3. Kitchen Kongas
4. Fight Water with Fire
5. Yaz
6. 1.20.09
7. Flyin'
8. No Use in Cryin'
9. Blasphemy Blues
10. W.orld W.orries
11. I Promise… Things Are Gonna Get Better

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