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God Save the Animals is Alex G's fourth full-length for Domino and ninth overall. Giannascoli wrote and demoed these songs by himself, at home; but, for the sake of both new tones and a routine that was outside of my apartment during the pandemic, he began visiting multiple studios in greater Philadelphia. God Save the Animals consequently features the work of some half-dozen engineers whom Giannascoli asked to help him produce the best recording quality, whatever that meant. The result is an album more dynamic than ever in its sonic palette.

God Save the Animals is Alex G's fourth full-length for Domino and ninth overall. Giannascoli wrote and demoed these songs by himself, at home; but, for the sake of both new tones and a routine that was outside of my apartment during the pandemic, he began visiting multiple studios in greater Philadelphia. God Save the Animals consequently features the work of some half-dozen engineers whom Giannascoli asked to help him produce the best recording quality, whatever that meant. The result is an album more dynamic than ever in its sonic palette.

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Format: Vinyl
Label: DOMINO
Rel. Date: 09/23/2022
UPC: 887828050710

God Save The Animals [LP]
Artist: Alex G
Format: Vinyl
New: Not in stock
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DISC: 1

1. After All
2. Runner
3. Mission
4. S.D.O.S
5. No Bitterness
6. Ain't It Easy
7. Cross the Sea
8. Blessing
9. Early Morning Waiting
10. Immunity
11. Headroom Piano
12. Miracles
13. Forgive

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God Save the Animals is Alex G's fourth full-length for Domino and ninth overall. Giannascoli wrote and demoed these songs by himself, at home; but, for the sake of both new tones and a routine that was outside of my apartment during the pandemic, he began visiting multiple studios in greater Philadelphia. God Save the Animals consequently features the work of some half-dozen engineers whom Giannascoli asked to help him produce the best recording quality, whatever that meant. The result is an album more dynamic than ever in its sonic palette.

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