Track List

Suffer For Fashion

Sink The Seine

Cato As A Pun

Heimdalsgate Like A Promethean Curse

Gronlandic Edit

A Sentence Of Sorts In Kongsvinger

The Past Is A Grotesque Animal

Bunny Ain’t No Kind Of Rider

Faberge Falls For Shuggie

Labyrinthian Pomp

She’s A Rejecter

We Were Born The Mutants Again With Leafling

Du Og Meg

Voltaic Crusher/Undrum To Muted Da

Derailments in a Place of Our Own

Miss Blonde, Your Papa is Failing

No Conclusion

of Montreal - Hissing Fauna, Are You The Destroyer? (Cassette)
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Record Label: Polyvinyl

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Metallic silver cassette with download code. Now includes additional song not found on the original pressing.

For the 10-year anniversary of Hissing Fauna, Polyvinyl is proud to be issuing a cassette version for the very first time:
- First time on cassette (Metallic Silver)
- Includes the complete companion EP Icons, Abstract Thee
- Includes full-album WAV/MP3 download code + live videos of “She’s a Rejecter” and “Faberge” filmed at the Avalon in Los Angeles

Hissing Fauna, Are You The Destroyer? is of Montreal's landmark 2007 album. The album defined of Montreal's career and continues to be hailed as a classic.

Pitchfork called the album "Ceaselessly fascinating and inexhaustibly replayable," honoring it with "Best New Music" and placing it in the Top 5 albums of 2007. Hissing Fauna went on to become Polyvinyl's all-time best-selling album to date.

For the 10-year anniversary of the release, Polyvinyl is proud to be issuing an updated cassette version of Hissing Fauna.

With Hissing Fauna, Are You The Destroyer?, of Montreal has created its masterpiece. It is an irresistible and remarkable album, sounding like a logical extension of the erratic indie-disco sounds of The Sunlandic Twins.

However, Hissing Fauna is also the most personal of Montreal album to date, with Kevin Barnes, lead of Montreal songwriter, pouring tremendous amounts of emotion, heartbreak, frustration and elation into its twelve tracks.

Written and recorded primarily during what he calls "an insane year," Hissing Fauna sees Barnes adopt a new writing style. It's an unabashedly autobiographical attempt from a songwriter whose early material tended towards characters and story-songs.

Barnes continues down the whimsical pop funk path, while changing up its lyrical scope; and Hissing Fauna balances its poppy nature while showcasing brutal and unflinching honesty.