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Yesterday and Today

by The Field

Yesterday and Today by The Field

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Yesterday and Today

by The Field

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Label: Anti/Epitaph
Yesterday and Today sounds a lot like the Field's debut album, but who's complaining? Running 10 or 15 minutes long, each track is as sensuous as a heat mirage on a sun-baked freeway, full of delirious repetitions and conjuring more fantastical images with every mile. "Everybody's Got to Learn Sometime" uses huge chunks of the Korgis' song, while "The More That I Do" whips Cocteau Twins' "Lorelei" into a creamy froth. If the Field are a one-trick pony, Yesterday and Today shows off a luscious coat of fur -- and the stamina of a thoroughbred.

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Yesterday and Today sounds a lot like the Field's debut album, but who's complaining? Running 10 or 15 minutes long, each track is as sensuous as a heat mirage on a sun-baked freeway, full of delirious repetitions and conjuring more fantastical images with every mile. "Everybody's Got to Learn Sometime" uses huge chunks of the Korgis' song, while "The More That I Do" whips Cocteau Twins' "Lorelei" into a creamy froth. If the Field are a one-trick pony, Yesterday and Today shows off a luscious coat of fur -- and the stamina of a thoroughbred.

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About This Album

Yesterday and Today sounds a lot like the Field's debut album, but who's complaining? Running 10 or 15 minutes long, each track is as sensuous as a heat mirage on a sun-baked freeway, full of delirious repetitions and conjuring more fantastical images with every mile. "Everybody's Got to Learn Sometime" uses huge chunks of the Korgis' song, while "The More That I Do" whips Cocteau Twins' "Lorelei" into a creamy froth. If the Field are a one-trick pony, Yesterday and Today shows off a luscious coat of fur -- and the stamina of a thoroughbred.