#2
She is/was good, and her albums aren't exactly bad, but it's a real shame that the whole world seemed to look to her because of 'cool indie man' Devendra's love of her music and instead everyone skipped by the re-releases of the beautiful Bridget St. John records, which in my opinion were a lot better. Saying that though, there weren't exactly many floors with 'Lookaftering' other than the title.
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#3
i quite like vashti and i will i admit the devendra was what made me look into her. yet, he did a great thing to bring her into the collective knowledge of the music world being that her first album was quite an obscure piece of music.
#4
I have her first album and love it. I've heard Lookaftering and it's alright. I agree with Andrewbiles about Bridget St. John though.
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i quite like vashti and i will i admit the devendra was what made me look into her. yet, he did a great thing to bring her into the collective knowledge of the music world being that her first album was quite an obscure piece of music.
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I got into her through Animal Collective's "Prospect Hummer" EP.

She is very good. I have "Another Diamond Day."
#6
Wonderful, really.

'Just Another Diamond Day' is a great album, and it has perfect fitting for all kinds of situations.
#7
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I got into her through Animal Collective's "Prospect Hummer" EP.

She is very good. I have "Another Diamond Day."

i'm hurt

well you are a poser. *sniffle* you don't even know the name of the album is "just another diamond day" *tear drips down my cheek*
#9
Just Another Diamond Day is a really relaxing album. I don't listen to it much, but it's good nontheless.

I knew about her before I knew of Devandra, thankyouverymuch.

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