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Hissing Fauna, Are You the Destroyer? is the eighth album from indie pop band of Montreal. It was released January 23, 2007. The album was written, performed, and recorded by Kevin Barnes, with assistance from friends and family: prominent Elephant Six members Bryan Poole, Jamey Huggins and Heather McIntosh, as well as Barnes' wife Nina Twin, and daughter Alabee Blonde. Credits also feature Georgie Fruit, a glam rock alter-ego of Barnes.

Barnes has described the album as a concept album… read more

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  • Avatar for jamster22298
    10/10 [7] Incredible album in every way.
  • Avatar for EdgeLike
    coming back to this after a long, long time away ive concluded it's an impeccable work. im not at all a fan of their other work but this album is tremendous.
  • Avatar for RespectableChap
    I accidentally 'love'd every track
  • Avatar for SaySpaceman
    The hole album, consisting of dealing with a breakup, chemical deppression, the redundancy of feeling bad about yourself, trying to find a religion to feel better, transforming to a middle aged transexual black man, boasting about soul power, and wanting to hire someone to hit a girl just ends with wanting to get back with the girl who caused all of that. Amazing.
  • Avatar for PoisonYad
    I have no idea how an album can be so personal and SO FUCKING GROOVY at the same time
  • Avatar for HenryBadaroh
    The best album of all time. Literally. I mean it. Nothing has or ever will beat this album. I'm sorry. [2] I'VE READ ONLY TRUTH, GIRL.
  • Avatar for mordwyr
    21st-century Ziggy Stardust?
  • Avatar for XDRory
    The first half of this album is pretty much perfect, but I'm not entirely feeling the second half.
  • Avatar for Rezzo64
    This album's one of the best indie pop albums I've ever heard. It doesn't have much strong competition that I am actually aware of
  • Avatar for jmhbluenose
    10/10 [6] Second half is so underrated

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