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Growing upon his psychedelic-inclined, ’70s-styled single albums, Devendra Banhart recruited Priestbird percussionist Greg Rogove in 2008 for the medial side task Megapuss. The Los Angeles-based duo premiered in June that yr at L.A.’s Hammer Museum. Unique materials plus an abstract cover of Tears for Concerns’ “Everybody Really wants to Guideline the Globe” were performed, but the display became infamous because of the large nude photos of Devendra which were projected on the display above the music group combined with the belt of plastic material phalluses the vocalist wore on-stage. This flavor for the provocative and strange continuing as their debut recording, Surfing, came with song game titles like “Crop Group Jerk ’94” and “Poultry Titz.” Neil Young’s Vapor Information issued the recording digitally in Sept of 2008 having a physical CD pursuing in October.

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