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Dianogah - As Seen From Above descargar gratis Artista: Dianogah
Álbum: As Seen From Above
País: US
Liberado: 1997
Estilo: Alternative Rock, Post Rock
Etiqueta: Ohio Gold Records
Genre: Rock
Catálogo #: OHIOGOLD 002, OHIOGOLD/002
Tamaño del FLAC: 1836 mb.
Tamaño del MP3: 1411 mb.
Clasificación: 4.1/5
Votos: 469
Fuente de los registros: CD, Album




Lista de canciones


1Spiral Bound4:16
2Plankton And Krill3:02
3What Is Your Landmass?2:54
4Between The Ship And The Land5:29
5Seeing Stars3:47
6Lone Tree Point3:02
7Broken Magnet Halves3:49
8Colby3:40
9Shogan6:29


Versiones


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
ACTBOY 015Dianogah As Seen From Above ‎(LP, Album)ActionBoy 300 RecordsACTBOY 015US1997
HEFTY 06Dianogah As Seen From Above ‎(CD, Album)Hefty Records EuropeHEFTY 06UK1997
ACTBOY 015, ACTBOY 15.5Dianogah As Seen From Above ‎(LP, Album + 7" + Ltd)ActionBoy 300 Records, ActionBoy 300 RecordsACTBOY 015, ACTBOY 15.5US1997


Créditos


  • Bass [The Round Bass]Jason Harvey
  • Bass [The Sharp Bass], Vocals [Sings]Jay Ryan
  • DesignAndy, John
  • DrumsKip McCabe
  • Illustration [Back Cover]Steve Campbell
  • Painting [Cover]Jay
  • Photography By [Band]Andy
  • Recorded BySteve Albini


Notas


Recorded at Steve Albinis house in November 1996.

Total running time: 36:32

Comes in a standard jewel case.


Códigos de barras


  • Matrix / Runout (Mirrored): L388 9902 | 95 D10805-03 A FAILSAFE
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L388
  • Mould SID Code (Mirrored): IFPI 6100


Empresas


  • Manufactured By – Failsafe Media
  • Published By – Mouthful Of Bacon Music
  • Copyright (c) – Mouthful Of Bacon Music


Vídeo



Álbum


As Seen from Above is an album by Dianogah, released in 1997. Plankton and Krill 3:02. What Is Your Landmass 2:54. Seeing Stars 3:47. Broken Magnet Halves 3:49. Colby 3:39. Between the Ship and the Land 5:29. Lone Tree Point 3:02. Spiral Bound 4:16. Shogun 6:29. Album 1997 9 Songs. As Seen from Above. Alternative 1997. Dianogah - As Seen From Above 1997. Predominantly instrumental, As Seen From Above is richly textured and well-crafted. Jason Harvey and Jay Ryan's dexterous bass work interweaves perfectly with Kip McCabe's precision drumming almost as if the three instruments were one. The songs are intricately composed so that each note flows effortlessly into the next, creating a particular mood for each song. For example, Between the Ship and the Land has a certain melancholy feel while What is Your Landmass is more upbeat and light-hearted. Listen free to Dianogah As Seen from Above Plankton and Krill, What is Your Landmass and more. 9 tracks 36:28. Play jigsaw puzzles for free Home. As Seen from Above, 1997. Plankton and Krill, 03:02. What Is Your Landmass, 02:54. Dianogah's debut album, As Seen from Above, was recorded by Steve Albini, who also produced their second full-length album, Battle Champions, which was released on May 29, 2000. Dianogah named their band after the garbage compactor monster in the 1977 film Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope. 100 Tree, Garden Airplane Trap, Eucalyptus и другие песни. Members include Kip McCabe, Jay Ryan and Jason Harvey. As Seen From Above is a music studio album recording by DIANOGAH Post RockMath rockProgressive Rock released in 1997 on cd, lp, vinyl andor cassette. As Seen From Above. What is your landmass. 8, Seen From Above is a music album by Dianogah released in 1997. As Seen From Above is ranked 109,508th in the overall chart, 19,019th in the 1990s, and 2,044th in the year 1997. As Seen From Above by Dianogah Year: 1997 Overall rank: 109,508th. Average Rating: 73100 from 1 vote. Accolades: Top albums of 1997 2,044th

LISTENING TO THESE 9 songs infused with a simple, bright, snappy, infectious, adroit energy well within the confines of rock but not limited to it; there's a happiness I feel that is neither guilty nor innocent.

Pronounced (Die-a-no-gu) and mostly instrumental (there are a couple with spoken words) the band really shines on "What Is Your Land Mass?" the minty "Broken Magnet Halves" "Between The Ship And The Land" and "Lone Tree Point" architecting natural metric signatures with repeating measures - creating a tonal sandwich of accidentals that rolls along with a "going somewhere" purpose.

Anyone within earshot will assuredly ask the question: 'who is this?' meaning it in a take note kinda way. Recorded at Albini's house in '96; this is original music (that includes the cover art as well) not to be missed. Life is too short, so take a lot of notes....