℗ 2014 Flake Music
Duration 31m 20s
Record Label Sub Pop Records
Release Date November 24, 2014
Genre Alternative Rock
 

When You Land Here, It's Time to Return (2014 Remix/Remaster)

Flake Music

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1.1
Spanway Hits
Flake Music
2:25
1.2
Blast Valve
Flake Music
2:54
1.3
Roziere
Flake Music
1:21
1.4
Structo
Flake Music
3:40
1.5
Candy Dish of Diamonds
Flake Music
0:52
1.6
Deluca
Flake Music
4:06
1.7
Mieke
Flake Music
2:50
1.8
On the Playground, in the Wind
Flake Music
2:11
1.9
The Shins
Flake Music
3:11
1.10
Faded Polaroids
Flake Music
2:31
1.11
Vantage
Flake Music
5:19
Digital Booklet
Duration    31m 20s
James Mercer (The Shins, Broken Bells) formed Flake Music in Albuquerque, New Mexico in 1992 with Neal Langford on guitar, Phil Higgs and then Marty Crandall on bass and Jesse Sandoval on drums. Flake Music was a collaborative affair with each member contributing to the songwriting process. From 1992 to 1997, Flake Music released several singles before releasing When You Land Here… in 1997. Upon the album’s release, Flake Music began touring largely due to support from Modest Mouse, amongst others. In 1996, Mercer started The Shins as an outlet for his songwriting, and the rest is well-known history. The only full length from Flake Music has been remastered for this release, and includes a brand new interpretation on the original artwork by Seattle, WA artist Keith Negley.
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