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Misery Is a Butterfly is the sixth studio album by American alternative rock band Blonde Redhead. The album was released on March 15, through 4AD.
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We Look Back On Blonde Redhead's Iconic ‘Misery Is A Butterfly’ LP
Description:They combine traditional and esoteric instrumentation. What more can you ask from a band that's already given so much? Arriving stateside later in life, their musical ambition and refined songwriting set them apart from their American peers. The alternative—stultifying, nostalgia-fueled cash grabs, self-regarding avant-garde navel gazing, or dispirited deck-chair rearrangement—is simply disheartening. When the band played the record live at the Ottobar in Baltimore just after its release, the sound was stripped down, the sonics more in line with the band's previous material than its most recent recording. The music tries to reproduce the phenomenal textures specific to particular emotional states. With Henry Rollins and Thurston Moore as talking heads on every music documentary and Patti Smith now a regular on the New York Times bestseller list, reframing experimental rock as "art music" seems both the most interesting aesthetic possibility and the most economically viable one.