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  1. Tygozragore Reply

    Who Will Cut Our Hair When We're Gone? is the second and final studio album by Canadian indie rock band the Unicorns. It features several re-arranged versions of songs from their earlier self-released album Unicorns Are People Too.

  2. Malajinn Reply

    Track List I Don't Wanna Die Tuff Ghost Ghost Mountain Sea Ghost Jellybones The Clap Child Star Let's Get Known I Was Born (A Unicorn) Tuff Luff Inoculate the Innocuous Les Os Ready to Die Protection Each record is protected within its record sleeve by a white vellum anti-dust sleeve. Packaging All items are shipped brand-new and unopened in original packaging. Every record is shipped in.

  3. Akirisar Reply

    The Montreal-based Unicorns were originally formed in December by Nick Thorburn (stage name Nick "Neil" Diamonds, as well as a host of other aliases) and Alden Penner (stage name, Alden Ginger; Elvis Presley's fiancée when he died was Ginger Alden). They were later joined by drummer Jamie Thompson (stage name J'aime Tambeur) and Max Groadie ("the American Roadie, né Bill Horwood").

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    Jan 14,  · Though they’ve been overshadowed by such peers as Wolf Parade, Godspeed You! Black Emperor and one-time tour mates Arcade Fire, the Unicorns are one of the greatest pop bands to ever come out of Montreal. Lasting only four years, they released just one studio album, ’s Who Will Cut Our Hair When We’re Gone?, a .

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    Call To Confirm Colored Copies Are Still Available. 's Who Will Cut Our Hair When We're Gone? is the third and final album from Montreal, Quebec band The tiphoregcingnehdeporlowaverthocan.co release features 13 tracks deeply rooted in careful songwriting and lo-fi pop experimentalism.

  6. Gokazahn Reply

    The Unicorns were a Canadian rock band from Montreal, Quebec, Canada formed in by Nicholas Thorburn (Nick Diamonds) and Alden Penner (Alden Ginger), who were later joined by Jamie Thompson (J'aime Tambeur) in December The band announced their split in late , before reuniting for a short run of shows in

  7. Megor Reply

    Upon listening to this album about 20 times, I realized that it's also carries a loose theme and tells the story of The Unicorns' acceptance of death. The early songs on the album speak of how great it is to be alive and the feats of the living, but after "I Was Born A Unicorn" it takes on a tone that praises death and an acceptance and almost.

  8. Yoran Reply

    Let's Get Known 9 I Was Born (A Unicorn) 10 under the impression that I was buying the vinyl version of the album as the page for this product was titled "Who Will Cut Our Hair When We're Gone [VINYL]", Now I'm not too annoyed as, quite frankly I suspected something was not quite right by the fact that I was paying £10 for a /5(98).

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