A Farout Indian

by Sagittronics -- Charlie Slick

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    what you see is what you get. SUPER COOL randomly mixed vinyl LP's with a beautiful full-color cardstock sleeve and insert, featuring the wonderful art of Nikki DeSautelle and Jeremy Wheeler.

    About the "indian" theme...It's offensive
    (When I was growing up, my mother told me that I was 1/4 native american and that was a big part of my identity. I found out years later, after she died, that all the pseudo hippy-indian cultural she raised me on was made-up, and there is a big chance that I'm not significantly native american at all. This was a pretty serious existential moment for me. This album was intended, in part, to be a personal commentary on that. When I was writing the album, I believed that my intentions would be what kept it from being perceived as offensive. I also, at the time, still believed that I had a right to comment on the culture I was a part of. But now, in retrospect, I know that intention does not dictate, or even dominate, how something will be perceived or interpreted. So I'm kinda in this strange position of realizing the album theme is overtly offensive and clearly in "bad taste", but I'm also still really proud of it, because it means something different to me.)

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released November 17, 2011



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