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Animal Collective And Danny Perez - ODDSAC: A Visual Album Album

Animal Collective And Danny Perez - ODDSAC: A Visual Album Album

  • Darsteller: Animal Collective And Danny Perez
  • Genre: Elektronische
  • Titel: ODDSAC: A Visual Album
  • Freigegeben: 10 Aug 2010
  • Stil: Abstract, Experimental
  • Etikett: Plexifilm
  • Katalog: 036 Plexifilm
  • Land: UK, Europe & US
  • Größe der MP3-Version: 2625 mb
  • Größe der FLAC-Version: 2080 mb
  • Bewertung: 4.9
  • Abstimmungen: 403


1Mr. Fingers7:01
2Mess Hour House3:10
5Kindle Song2:54
6Fried Camp5:13
7Tantrum Barb3:42
8Urban Creme6:36
9Lady On The Lake3:53
10Green Beans2:23
11Fried Vamp3:47
12What Happened? / Credits4:40
13Satin Orb Wash2:54


  • Cameraman [2nd Unit Dp. Camera Operator]Bobby Boothe
  • Co-producerJojo Li
  • Design [Package], Artwork [Photocollage]Rob Carmichael
  • Design, Film Director, Film EditorDanny Perez
  • Director Of PhotographyRyan Samul
  • Film Editor [Additional Sound]Josh Dibb
  • Film ProducerGary Hustwit
  • Film Producer [Associate Producer]Brian Betancourt, Chris Ronis
  • Mastered ByLou Teti
  • Music By, Sounds, Recorded By [Additional]Animal Collective
  • Performer [Starring]Brian Weitz, Dave Portner, Josh Dibb, Noah Lennox
  • Recorded ByKristin Anna Valtysdottir
  • Recorded By, Mixed ByNicolas Vernhes


Packaged in a 40 page hardcover art book in a slipcase.


  • Barcode: 0 82354 00512 2


First announced in August 2006, the film took over four years to complete. The band members and director Danny Perez dubbed the 53 minute combination of Perez's film and Animal Collective's music a visual album or visual record in which the visual scenarios were created to reflect the music and the music was created to reflect the imagery. The band members make appearances as major. Animal Collective and Danny Perez's 2010 visual album. If you enjoy this film, consider purchasing the DVD which comes with a 40 page art Collective retreat from the mainstream with this wilfully experimental 'visual album' collaboration, writes Ally Carnwath. Fans of 2009's Merriweather Post Pavilion, on which Animal Collective reined in their more outré tendencies in favour of gleaming hooks, are in for a shock. Among the more conventional moments of this visual album filmed by artist Perez and scored by the band is footage of a man dressed like a tapeworm throwing around cake ingredients. Acid-fried high jinks abound, but at a trim 53 minutes, Perez's Lynch-indebted visuals don't quite wear thin. Every Animal Collective album, including solo and collaborative releases, EPs, and weird one-offs, ranked from worst to best. That second qualifier means that Animal Collectives visual album ODDSAC from 2010 has been excluded, as well as Panda Bears A Day With the Homies EP from earlier this year, which was vinyl-only and still hasnt been made available for streaming services. Avey Tare and Kria Brekkan, Pullhair Rubeye 2007 Theres a not-terrible album hidden within this collaborative LP from Portner and his then-wifeMúm member Kria Brekkan you just have to play the record backwards. Animal Collective, Danny Perez. Animal Collective. Merriweather Post Pavilion. A Visual Album By Animal Collective and Danny Perez. ODDSAC is a feature film collaboration between the band Animal Collective and filmmaker Danny Perez, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in early 2010 and has screened to sold-out audiences in dozens of US cities. The film was co-conceived by and stars Animal Collective, whose 2009 album Merriweather Post Pavillion was named album of the year by SPIN, Entertainment Weekly, and Pitchfork, and topped critic's end of year lists worldwide. Listen free to Animal Collective ODDSAC Mr. Fingers, Kindle Song and more. 13 tracks 52:38. ODDSAC is an experimental film featuring psychedelic visuals, directed by Danny Perez and with music by Animal Collective. More than four years in the making, the film, or visual album, had its world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival on January 26, 2010. It was officially released on DVD on August 10, 2010. All songs written by David Portner, Noah Lennox, Brian Weitz and Josh Dibb. It was hard enough watching Animal Collective's visual album Oddsac and coming up with a review of a movie that stretched the boundaries of narrative, logic and terror. But then the next day I actually sat down to interview some of the smartest guys in the music business, and the director, Danny Perez, who helped them put together a visual album that, in a strange way, fits perfectly with the sonic collages the band has created. Trade Buñuel for Danny Perez, a relatively unknown filmmaker, and Salvador Dalí for breakout experimental rockers Animal Collective, and you get ODDSAC, a a visual album that recently debuted at The Sundance Film Festival. But wait. Is it jumping the gun to declare ODDSAC the next Chien Andalou Yes. While the 53-minute-long film promises to show marshmallows eating a family and a woman suppressing oil leaking out of a wall, that doesn't mean it's going to be one for the cinema history books


Delagamand Delagamand
Not surprisingly this is amazing to watch while on acid. Also, I wish they'd release the music separately on cd or LP.
They've said they won't because they believe that the audio and visuals wouldn't have the same effect if separated.