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|A3||Don't Give Up|
|A5||All I Know|
|B4||All Over Now|
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Paracosm is the second studio album by American singer Washed Out, released on August 7, 2013 by Sub Pop. It was produced by Washed Out and Ben H. Allen and was recorded at Maze Studios in Atlanta. It All Feels Right" was released as the album's lead single on June 11, 2013. The album debuted at number 21 on the Billboard 200, selling 13,000 copies in its first week. All tracks written by Ernest Greene.
For the album by Washed Out, see Paracosm (album). A paracosm is a detailed imaginary world. Paracosms are thought generally to originate in childhood and to have one or numerous creators. The creator of a paracosm has a complex and deeply felt relationship with this subjective universe, which may incorporate real-world or imaginary characters and conventions.
Washed Out mastermind Ernest Greene has been on a journey of his own in the last half decade. From the upbeat elevator music of High Times that gave him his beginnings in 2009, to the catchy synth brilliance of Life of Leisure forever immortalized as the Portlandia theme song, we saw Greene make a massive jump in scope and vision. Welcome to Ernest Greene's brain.
Paracosm is the second studio album by Washed Out and was released on August 7, 2013 by the record label Sub Pop. It All Feels Right was released as the album’s lead single on June 11, 2013. Producers Ben H. Allen & Washed Out. Writers Washed Out. Bass Robby Handley.
Washed Out. Paracosm (LP, Album). A great sounding album, for a beautiful summer day. An album that you can really immerse yourself in. Excited to give this a couple of play-throughs. Also, the clear vinyl looks great and the packaging is very impressive 8/10.
The 100 Best LGBTQ Movies of All Time. The album also doubles down on its predecessor’s fixation on ‘80s pop-rock tropes. Want You in My Room is awash in Vocoder effects, shimmering new-wave guitars, and a grinding bassline straight out of Cameo’s Candy -all within less than three minutes, and topped off with sax solo for good measure. The kitschy Everything He Needs is the sonic equivalent of a velvet painting, based on a pitched-up vocal sample of Shelley Duvall’s He Needs Me from Robert Altman’s Popeye.