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    JoJomuro

    6 years ago

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    Radar Brothers. Number of Discs 1. Release Date 06/05/ format CD / Album. Label / Studio Uncles () 7) Still Evil () 8) The Wake Of All That's Past () 12) Morning Song () Album And the Surrounding Mountains. Main Format CD. Explicit Lyrics No. Keyword Index And the Surrounding Mountains. Catalogue Number CHEMCD.
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    Dizshura

    6 years ago

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    RADAR BROTHERS's profile including the latest music, albums, songs, music videos and more updates. Uncles. And the Surrounding Mountains. Sisters. And the Surrounding Mountains. Similar Artists. The Juliana Theory. American Football. .
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    Moogum

    6 years ago

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    In that tradition comes the third release from the gracefully downtrodden Radar Brothers, a trio founded by former Medicine and Maids of Gravity member Jim Putnam. And the Surrounding Mountains draws inspiration from Young's Americana songbook, spinning unadorned vocals and sonic brushstrokes at a glacial pace. Ethereal tracks like "On the Line" and "Still Evil" break through the haze, but it's not the 3/5(11).
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    Kazihn

    6 years ago

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    Get all the lyrics to songs on And the Surrounding Mountains and join the Genius community of music scholars to learn the meaning behind the lyrics.
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    Memi

    6 years ago

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    The Radar Bros. are a band based out of Southern California currently consisting of Jim Putnam, Stevie Treichel, Be Hussey, Dan Iead, and Brian Cleary. Hussey was in the band Morsel, Iead was in another Merge band, The Broken West while Treichel and Cleary were in a fellow Silver Lake band, The Movies.
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    Zulkigami

    6 years ago

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    Jul 21,  · Familial themes run through the record-- first there's "You and the Father," followed by "Sisters," "Uncles," and "Mothers" (and lest we forget, the band's name is Radar Brothers)-- .
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    Mole

    6 years ago

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    I lived w/my family in No. VA, in the Wash. DC metro area during the 70s. One day my girl friend and I went into DC to get bracelets of the MIA/POW. My bracelet was CDR Thomas Scheurich 3/1/ My son was born 5/15/68, which made this bracelet even more important. A friend of mine just buried the remains of his brother that were found.
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    Fetaur

    6 years ago

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    Read through the obituaries published today in The Post-Star.