Felt ‎– The Seventeenth Century LP


The shortest and most experimental title in Felt’s catalogue, The Seventeenth Century (originally titled Let the Snakes Crinkle Their Heads to Death) features an expansive 19 minutes of music, mostly instrumental. Yet all in keeping with the traditional Felt sound, post-punk jangle that is as compelling as it is otherworldly. Retitled for this reissue, Lawrence is quoted as saying “You can’t change the title of an album” – they told him – so he said; “if Kraftwerk can and Bowie can then I can too!!”

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A1 Song For William S. Harvey
A2 Ancient City Where I Lived
A3 Seventeenth Century
A4 The Palace
A5 Indian Scriptures
B1 The Nazca Plain
B2 Jewel Sky
B3 Viking Dress
B4 Voyage To Illumination
B5 Sapphire Mansions

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Weight .5 lbs