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More Sad Hits

“Like real water in a world of soda pop.” — Robert Wyatt

A year after Galaxie 500 dissolved, Damon Krukowski and Naomi Yang returned to Galaxie producer Kramer’s studio and recorded this album of psychedelic break-up songs.

All instruments and vocals by Damon, Naomi, and Kramer
Produced, arranged, and engineered by Kramer
at Noise New Jersey, Summer 1992

Praise for More Sad Hits:

“One of the Twenty Most Overlooked Psychedelic Albums” — Harp
“An album of stark, frail beauty.” — Q
“A tour de force of lush romanticism — deliciously melancholic.”— SF Bay Guardian
“More ephemeral and fragile than even the most translucent of Galaxie moments.” — CMJ
“Possesses more pathos per note than just about anything in the record store bins.” — Alternative Press
“More extravagantly beautiful than it has any right to be.” — Melody Maker
“Maudlin and intelligent.” — Wire

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