Black Moth Super Rainbow - The Autumn Kaleidoscope Got Changed (2001/2009)

The Autumn Kaleidoscope Got Changed was a bunch of songs the band distributed to friends and family in 2001, literally by burning CDR copies from Tobacco's dad's computer. Some of the material made it on to their first proper album, Falling Through A Field (some of which in turn made it on to their second proper album, Start A People), albeit in an essentially remixed form. Most of it though you will never have heard; it is much more acoustic than anything else the band has ever released. If you're That Guy who has all the BoC early tapes, this is right up your alley. This release is a new double-vinyl pressing of the original "album", plus some equally obscure EP from the same year.

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Also, for the fans, BMSR plans to release the following unreleased demos and "private press tapes" (god that's pretentious) over the next year. I will give you as many as you care to download:

The Most Wonderfulest Thing (2002)
Flower Slides (2000)
The Anti-Freakout Method + Violet Induced Armpit: Good Songs Infinity (1999)
Bad Vibrations (1999)
EP 97 + The F-ed Sound (1997/1998)
EP 96 (1996)

5 Responses so far.

  1. I will download all of those if you post them.

  2. Lopside says:

    Love their other stuff, will undoubtedly love this as well. Thanks.

  3. half of these have been floating around the internet for a while now uner their Satanstompingcaterpillars alias, good to see more BMSR enthusiasts here though!

  4. maiqk says:

    A baaaad album boring as hell. This happens when the Fleet Foxes listen to emo music...

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