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Offend Maggie


Download links and information about Offend Maggie by Deerhoof. This album was released in 2008 and it belongs to Rock, Indie Rock, Alternative genres. It contains 21 tracks with total duration of 01:05:33 minutes.

Artist: Deerhoof
Release date: 2008
Genre: Rock, Indie Rock, Alternative
Tracks: 21
Duration: 01:05:33
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No. Title Length
1. The Tears and Music of Love 3:58
2. Chandelier Searchlight 3:31
3. Buck and Judy 3:25
4. Snoopy Waves 2:05
5. Offend Maggie 2:02
6. Basket Ball Get Your Groove Back 2:36
7. Don't Get Born 0:49
8. My Purple Past 3:49
9. Family of Others 2:47
10. Fresh Born 3:35
11. Eaguru Guru 4:00
12. This Is God Speaking 1:15
13. Numina o 3:40
14. Jagged Fruit 5:49
15. Buck and Judy (Instrumental) 3:25
16. Basket Ball Get Your Groove Back (Demo) 2:30
17. GUT Symmetries (Remix of Parenthetical Girls By Deerhoof) 3:35
18. Offend Maggie (Instrumental) 2:01
19. You Won't Need Invitation 1:25
20. Chandelier Searchlight (Demo) 3:27
21. Jagged Fruit (Instrumental) 5:49



San Francisco’s Deerhoof, known for their brand of indie art-rock, have finally found a groove, it seems, and when the stellar track “The Tears of Music...” opens things up with a huge bang —  a full-on, alt-rock song driven by a pounding, resonant kick drum and chewy chunks of guitars — you wonder for a minute if they’ve gone too far.  “Chandelier Searchlight” also finds a tightly grooved rhythm to hang its hat on, and after a few tempo changes and adjustments, merges back into the flow, with Satomi Matsuzaki's breathy, child-like chorus as inviting as freshly swirled cotton candy. Don’t panic: lest you think Deerhoof has given in to the allure of commercial accessibility, just tune into “Buck and Judy,” and you’ll find yourself back in the inner sanctum of the band’s eclectic mindset: twenty seconds in, and a sudden blast of power tool fizz assaults the listener, but it quickly retreats and gives way to looping piano, ascending guitar notes vibrating with reverb, and a haunting chorus from Matsuzaki. From there on, you’ll find tempos and structures you can actually dance to, alongside charmingly erratic arrangements and melodies, and somehow this team playing works to deliver the goods.