Even with a discography characterized by confounding expectations, however, nothing will prepare listeners for "Amazing Things" - with it's abundance of styles, emotions and pop culture references making for the most combustible powder keg of a record this side of Limp Bizkit's Chocolate Starfish and the Hot Dog Flavored Water. It is one of the year's best albums, and unquestionably the most eccentric. The roots of "Amazing Things" date back to the latter part of 2018, when Don Broco, in the midst of the lengthy album cycle for "Technology", supported Linkin Park legend Mike Shinoda on his 23-date US tour.
Even with a discography characterized by confounding expectations, however, nothing will prepare listeners for "Amazing Things" - with it's abundance of styles, emotions and pop culture references making for the most combustible powder keg of a record this side of Limp Bizkit's Chocolate Starfish and the Hot Dog Flavored Water. It is one of the year's best albums, and unquestionably the most eccentric. The roots of "Amazing Things" date back to the latter part of 2018, when Don Broco, in the midst of the lengthy album cycle for "Technology", supported Linkin Park legend Mike Shinoda on his 23-date US tour.
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Amazing Things (Green Marble) [Colored Vinyl] (Grn)
Artist: Don Broco
Format: Vinyl
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Even with a discography characterized by confounding expectations, however, nothing will prepare listeners for "Amazing Things" - with it's abundance of styles, emotions and pop culture references making for the most combustible powder keg of a record this side of Limp Bizkit's Chocolate Starfish and the Hot Dog Flavored Water. It is one of the year's best albums, and unquestionably the most eccentric. The roots of "Amazing Things" date back to the latter part of 2018, when Don Broco, in the midst of the lengthy album cycle for "Technology", supported Linkin Park legend Mike Shinoda on his 23-date US tour.