Central Square Records

Originally released in April 1996, Exploded Drawing was generally received as Polvo's White Album, the moment when the band finally kicked off it's shoes, cracked the studio windows, and unleashed a long suite of songs showcasing the band's true range. This double LP gives it all up: paranoid blues rants, Delhi-via-the-Ozarks hoedowns, spaghetti western lopers, carnivalesque boogie, a blazing, frustrated finale, and as always, that guitar sound. It's just a little off, twisted, tweaked, coming at us from some pangaeic realm we still haven't located so many years later, and probably never will.
Originally released in April 1996, Exploded Drawing was generally received as Polvo's White Album, the moment when the band finally kicked off it's shoes, cracked the studio windows, and unleashed a long suite of songs showcasing the band's true range. This double LP gives it all up: paranoid blues rants, Delhi-via-the-Ozarks hoedowns, spaghetti western lopers, carnivalesque boogie, a blazing, frustrated finale, and as always, that guitar sound. It's just a little off, twisted, tweaked, coming at us from some pangaeic realm we still haven't located so many years later, and probably never will.
036172086238
Exploded Drawing - Opaque Aqua [Colored Vinyl]
Artist: Polvo
Format: Vinyl
New: Available to Order - Not In Our Store $35.98
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Originally released in April 1996, Exploded Drawing was generally received as Polvo's White Album, the moment when the band finally kicked off it's shoes, cracked the studio windows, and unleashed a long suite of songs showcasing the band's true range. This double LP gives it all up: paranoid blues rants, Delhi-via-the-Ozarks hoedowns, spaghetti western lopers, carnivalesque boogie, a blazing, frustrated finale, and as always, that guitar sound. It's just a little off, twisted, tweaked, coming at us from some pangaeic realm we still haven't located so many years later, and probably never will.
        
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