Mercury Rev - Deserter's Songs
NME.COM feature on Mercury Rev - Deserter's Songs album including album review, artwork, tracks, listen now, tour dates, discography and more.
Release date: 26 August 2009
Contrary to popular opinion, not every version of the American Dream revolves around attaining planet-flattening power, huge embezzled wealth and a line of willing cocksuckers outside the office door.
CONTRARY TO POPULAR OPINION, not every version of the American Dream revolves around attaining planet-flattening power, huge embezzled wealth and a line of willing cocksuckers outside the office door. There is another equally pervasive, but infinitely more romantic, fantasy that is predicated by the idea of escape, of fleeing the city and making your own kingdom in America's wide open...
- Sep 7, 1998
Until the end of the summer anyway, be grateful we can dream on...
- Jul 23, 2002
...still sounds marvellous...
- Jul 9, 2002
C'mon. It's January. What else are you going to buy?...
- Jan 11, 2002
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Mercury Rev - Deserter's Songs: Wikipedia Album Entry
This 12 track album was released in 1998 by AMG, and catapulted Mercury Rev into the mainstream.
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