The Curse of the Haunted Headphones (album)

by Randolph's Leap

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    Compilation CD featuring two home recorded albums - 'The Curse of the Haunted Headphones' and 'As Fast As A Man'

    Includes immediate download of 'The Curse of the Haunted Headphones'

    Includes immediate download of 15-track album in the high-quality format of your choice (MP3, FLAC, and more), plus unlimited mobile access using the free Bandcamp listening app.
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    Limited edition cassette (just 30 copies) comes with an immediate download of the album.

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"Do not be misled by this bedroom recording, or its cassette-hissing, lo-fi aesthetic. While Glasgow indie-folk rabble Randolph’s Leap are known and loved for their elaborate arrangements and philharmonic live shows, this homespun tape (and download) is the ideal format to showcase the stripped-back charms of the band’s distinctive singer-songwriter, Adam Ross.

The album’s funny, poignant acoustic arias include the wistful skewed-folk of ‘Sunday Morning’, the choral love-sick shanty, ‘Deep Blue Sea’ and the existential kitchen-sink serenade, ‘Falling in Love’. Occasionally Ross and co recall fellow literate Scottish indie-poppers Belle & Sebastian (‘The Nonsense in My Soul’) and Ballboy (‘I Can't Dance to This Music Any More’), but otherwise Randolph's Leap are in an endearing, harmonious league of their own."

The List - 4/5

www.list.co.uk/article/40728-randolphs-leap-the-curse-of-the-haunted-headphones/

Released by Peenko Records.
Tracks 2 & 11 recorded by Brian Pokora.
Thanks to eldifidle for the use of track 8.
Featuring Adam Ross, Heather Thikey, Andrew MacLellan, Gareth Perrie & Michelle Watt.

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released 20 February 2012
Adam Ross

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Randolph's Leap Glasgow

Randolph’s Leap are an 8-piece Glasgow-based folk-pop hyphen-obsessed band made up of Adam Ross (guitar/vocals), Pete MacDonald (keyboards), Iain Taylor (drums), Vicki Cole (bass), Andrew MacLellan (cello) and Heather Thikey (violin), Fraser Gibson (trombone) and Ali Hendry (trumpet). ... more

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