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In the Aeroplane Over the Sea (1998)

Neutral Milk Hotel
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Indie rock, Psych folk, Psychedelic rock, Folk rock, Noise pop, Psychedelic pop, Lo-fi music

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In the Aeroplane Over the Sea is the second and final album by American indie rock band Neutral Milk Hotel. It was released in the United States on February 10, 1998 on Merge Records and May 1998 on Blue Rose Records in the United Kingdom.
Jeff Mangum moved from Athens, Georgia to Denver, Colorado to prepare the bulk of the album's material with producer Robert Schneider, this time at Schneider's newly created Pet Sounds Studio at the home of Jim McIntyre.
The album continues to sell well, and was the sixth-best-selling vinyl album in 2008.
In the Aeroplane Over the Sea is widely considered to be written about Anne Frank due to lyrics seemingly referring to her, such as lines referring to her birth and death dates. Though the group has never officially stated that the album is indeed about Frank, it is a popular theory among fans, and Jeff Mangum has mentioned the influence her diary has made on his craft and outright referred to "Holland, 1945" being about her while performing live.
The album's iconic cover was a collaboration between Mangum and R.E.M.'s staff designer, Chris Bilheimer. The general design reflects the taste of Mangum: Bryan Poole said that "Mangum was always into

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Tracks

2:00 The King of Carrot Flowers, Part One
3:06 The King of Carrot Flowers, Parts Two & Three
4:26 Two-Headed Boy
1:53 The Fool
1:57 Communist Daughter
8:18 Oh Comely
4:08 Ghost
2:16 [untitled]
5:13 Two-Headed Boy, Part Two
3:23 In the Aeroplane Over the Sea
3:12 Holland, 1945
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