This reissued live record captures Animal Collective in their most undomesticated form. The band jumps between murmured chants and percussive assaults that could break every bone in the body. It's equal parts slapstick and outright horror. They yelp faux-Indian chants and thwack tribal rhythms on "Pride and Fight", then toy with splotchy white noise and ribbits on "There's an Arrow" and "Lablakely Dress." Be warned: Hollinndagain is strictly for cult fans and anthropologists.