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Hollinndagain: Live in 2001 [CD]

Animal Collective Audio CD
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  • Audio CD (15 Oct 2007)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Paw Tracks
  • ASIN: B000I0QL2S
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 264,995 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Hollinndagainaandagainandagain 6 Nov 2006
By E. A Solinas HALL OF FAME TOP 500 REVIEWER
Format:Audio CD
Strictly speaking, "Hollinndagain" is not a new Animal Collective album. It's their only live performance, recorded several years ago and previously only available for a limited printing. Only on vinyl. It was sort of the Holy Grail for Animal Collective fans.

Well, fortunately that's done, since this live album has finally come out on CD. And only mild tinniness shows that it is a life performance, as Animal Collective buzzes, bangs, and wobbles through a string of eerie songs -- this is nicely solid, atmospheric music.

It starts off slow, with a soft fizzing noise, as if the band is setting up in front of an open mike. The buzzing gets louder and is laced with synth, and slowly segues into a hesitant little pop melody that slowly falls silent... and explodes back into the raucous, plaintive "Pride and Fight." It sounds like a tribal chant on acid.

They run through explosive percussion of "Forest Gospel," which sounds like someone let the Muppet Animal loose onstage, as someone mumbles intermittently. Then the band runs through a dreamlike psychedelic soundscape, trips back to a wavery chant song, and finally into an eerie darker song. It sounds like someone is sobbing... until it twists into a tangle of twisted squeaks and groans.

"Hollinndagain" is very much a child of Animal Collective's first proper album, which was dreamlike, creepy and sort of tribal. You hear that frequently here. But this live performance showed how they were starting to explore new sounds and new ways of presenting their bizarre experimental music.

Except for a faint echo on the vocals, you wouldn't even know this was a live performance.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Definitely one for the hardcore AC fans 14 May 2014
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Just wanted to post a review of this album because there isn't many on here. If you are a casual fan of AC then its likely this album might not be what you're looking for.

But for me I try to get hold of a lot of live bootlegs, So this being released on cd a few years ago was fantastic, Because the sound quality is really good for an early live performance, You wouldn't even think it was a live album.

So over the years animal collective has evolved its sound and won over lots of fans especially post strawberry jam era, But this cd I would definitely recommend for anyone who is interested in hearing the near beginning of that evolution and anyone who really likes spirit gone , danse manatee and here comes the indian.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Hollinndagainaandagainandagain... 1 Nov 2006
By E. A Solinas - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
Strictly speaking, "Hollinndagain" is not a new Animal Collective album. It's their only live performance, recorded several years ago and previously only available for a limited printing. Only on vinyl. It was sort of the Holy Grail for Animal Collective fans.

Well, fortunately that's done, since this live album has finally come out on CD. And only mild tinniness shows that it is a life performance, as Animal Collective buzzes, bangs, and wobbles through a string of eerie songs -- this is nicely solid, atmospheric music.

It starts off slow, with a soft fizzing noise, as if the band is setting up in front of an open mike. The buzzing gets louder and is laced with synth, and slowly segues into a hesitant little pop melody that slowly falls silent... and explodes back into the raucous, plaintive "Pride and Fight." It sounds like a tribal chant on acid.

They run through explosive percussion of "Forest Gospel," which sounds like someone let the Muppet Animal loose onstage, as someone mumbles intermittently. Then the band runs through a dreamlike psychedelic soundscape, trips back to a wavery chant song, and finally into an eerie darker song. It sounds like someone is sobbing... until it twists into a tangle of twisted squeaks and groans.

"Hollinndagain" is very much a child of Animal Collective's first proper album, which was dreamlike, creepy and sort of tribal. You hear that frequently here. But this live performance showed how they were starting to explore new sounds and new ways of presenting their bizarre experimental music.

Except for a faint echo on the vocals, you wouldn't even know this was a live performance. Their music blares out with explosive energy, and the softer songs are only a reprieve -- smashing drums, buzzing guitars, and a colourful smorgasbord of sound effects, from static to squeaky wheels to alarm clocks.

And the songs flow nicely into one another, without much audience noise -- I can only assume that the music stunned them into silence. The only flaw is the finale, "Pumpkin Gets A Snakebite" -- after the slow decline of the previous song, it's jarring to hear this raucous little song song smack you in the face.

The formerly rare "Hollinndagain" is a glimpse of the evolving Animal Collective back when it was young, and definitely an entertaining little album.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars hollinndagain 11 Jan 2007
By Adam Harris - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
Best re-issue of 2006 by far. Originally released on vinyl only, only 300 copies were pressed. Now everyone has access to it! A glimpse back into Animal Collective's noisy-er days, these are some of the first recordings they did. All of the songs are great and including a live version of "Lablakely Dress" (a song from their first album, Danse Manatee). Greatest band of all time. Buy it now and say you heard their first material before everyone hops on the bandwagon, which is likely to happen following their upcoming release.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars yeahhhh 31 July 2007
By Leifson L. Ball - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
Animal Collective has such a unique sound. This Album being mostly all live, with weird noises, distorted vocals, and chants, this album makes for a weird, but sort of calming CD to listen too. I loved this CD. It is a great CD and should be a must have for all Animal Collective fans.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Not for everyone, but a real treat for some 16 May 2012
By Nate - Published on Amazon.com
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Animal Collective has changed a lot since they made these live recordings back in 2001, and it's likely that many of their more recent fans won't care for their older, noisier style. If you have a bit more of an open mind when it comes to noisy, almost primal music though, this is definitely worth a listen, and it's essential for any fans of the band's older material. "Hollinndagain" is all about sound and atmosphere, tension and release, and the channeling of raw emotion into music. There's not much else like this out there, and it would've been something to be at the shows these recordings are from. If this doesn't sound like something you'd like, it probably isn't. But if it does sound like you'd like it, definitely check it out!
1 of 5 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars The Only Animal Collective That I Can't Listen To 23 Sep 2012
By Micah - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
So I LOVE all of the Animal Collective releases - except this one.
Obviously you can check it out on YT to find out if you like it.
But I CAN'T put this one on. It's just annoying.
My favorite Animal Collective album is Spirit They're Gone/Spirit They've Vanished - so since this was recorded right after that, I thought it would be at least Pleasant.
I'm sort of OCD with bands that I love, and I STILL got rid of this one.
I'm a bit of a completionist - and I have about 1000 cds in my collection.
But this one just stunk up my Animal Collective section.
And I make weird music myself, so it says a lot if I can't get into this one.
Sorry if you don't agree.
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