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  1. Lord Of The Birdcage Side A: 1. Smashed Middle Finger 2. Aspersion 3. Dunce Codex 4. Garden Smarm 5. You Can't Challenge Forward Progress 6. In A Circle Side B: 1. You Sold Me Quickly 2. The Focus (Burning) 3. Ribbon Of Fat 4.
  2. Lord of the Birdcage is a subtle record comprised of mostly steady, relaxed tempos—power pop, glam chugs, gorgeous ballads and a notable number of 3/4 waltz-time meters, including the haunting acoustic “In a Circle,” the frenetic rocker “You Sold Me Quickly” .
  3. Lord Of The Birdcage. Robert Pollard 12 tracks Released in Rock. Smashed Middle Finger; Aspersion; Dunce Codex; Listen full album. Of Course You Are. Robert Pollard 12 tracks Released in Rock. My Daughter Yes She Knows; Long Live Instant Pandemonium; Come And Listen; Listen full album.
  4. Apr 13,  · The 2nd solo LP of , following Space City Kicks, Pollard returned later in the year with a decent, but somewhat forgettable prophsiofrolportcoolcaberrelesipeti.coinfo this next act, Lord Of The Birdcage, Pollard reportedly took a different approach to his song prophsiofrolportcoolcaberrelesipeti.coinfo 12 tracks on the LP found their origins as poems which Pollard then constructed music around.
  5. album. Lord of the Birdcage Robert Pollard. 12 songs (34 minutes) Released on May 30, My Songs; Unlimited; 1. Smashed Middle Finger: 2. Aspersion: 3. Dunce Codex: 4. Garden Smarm: 5. You Can't Challenge Forward Progress: Listen to your favorite songs from Lord of the Birdcage by Robert Pollard Now.
  6. Lord Of The Birdcage. Robert Pollard 12 tracks Released in Rock. Smashed Middle Finger; Aspersion; Dunce Codex; Listen full album. From A Compound Eye. Robert Pollard 26 tracks Released in Rock. Gold; Field Jacket Blues; Dancing Girls And Dancing Men; Listen full album.
  7. Jun 10,  · Dunce Codex shares qualities with some of Pollard's best songs, however that never distracts from the infectious and utterly addicting track. Like most releases from Robert Pollard, Lord of The Birdcage rewards the listener on repeated listens, especially on the prog punk of You Can't Challenge Forward Progress, the glam stomper Ribbon of Fat.
  8. One of the biggest failings of Robert Pollard's ever-expanding body of solo recordings has been that the sizable majority of them follow the same template: Pollard writes a new batch of tunes, throws some words on them, records the vocals and acoustic guitar tracks, and frequent collaborator Todd Tobias does the rest. Not surprisingly, these albums tend to sound and feel very much the same 8/

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