Label: Interscope Records - INT3P-6313 • Format: CD Album, Promo • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Shoegaze, Psychedelic Rock, Indie Rock
Semi-Detached - Polara - Formless/Functional (CD, Album)

Product description. Polara ~ Formless/Functional Formless/functional, the sophomore release from Minneapolis-based trio Polara, is even trickier to get a bead on than their release, C'est La Vie, a cascading spectacle of electro-pop C'est La Vie was content to travel within some preset boundaries, formless/functional simply ignores them, venturing from.

Formless / Functional by Polara CD - Very Good. Only 1 available. Details. Album Features UPC Artist Polara Format CD Release Year Record Label Interscope (USA) Trainwreck, 4. Got the Switch!, 5. Halo, 6. Peaking Charlie, 7. I Can Believe, 8. Semi-Detached, 9. Verbing, Midtown Greenway, Tread Lightly,

"FORMLESS/ FUNCTIONAL". Interscope Records USA (). CD, fold-out booklet, inlay in jewel case - all in excellent photo detail. Got .

Formless/Functional is a album by Minneapolis alternative rock band Polara, their third full-length album and their last for Interscope Records. Despite a generally warm reception by critics, the album received little support from its record label. Corporate mergers involving Interscope soon led the label to drop many bands, including Polara.

Polara's songs: Listen to songs by Polara on Myspace, Stream Free Online Music by Polara Polara. Photos Semi-Detached. Polara. Formless/Functional. 5. Verbing. Polara. Formless/Functional.

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2 thoughts on “Semi-Detached - Polara - Formless/Functional (CD, Album)

  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of "Formless/Functional" on Discogs.4/5(2).

  2.  · Formless/Functional Review. This collection of cut-and-paste pop ended up being the final recorded expression of raw experimentalism for Ed Ackerson 's Polara. To put it in the best light, if the Beatles were given nothing but a microphone and a Macintosh, they might have rendered something similar to Ackerson 's dance-pop on the opening "Whassup?," but like the Fab Four, Polara was 7/10(2).

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