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Kings Of Convenience - Quiet Is The New Loud descargar gratis Artista: Kings Of Convenience
Álbum: Quiet Is The New Loud
País: US
Liberado: 2016
Estilo: Indie Rock, Indie Pop
Etiqueta: Astralwerks
Genre: Rock / Pop / Country y Folk
Catálogo #: 2547762207
Tamaño del FLAC: 2418 mb.
Tamaño del MP3: 2123 mb.
Clasificación: 4.8/5
Votos: 201
Fuente de los registros: Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Reissue, Blue




Lista de canciones


1The Weight Of My Words4:04
2The Girl From Back Then2:28
3I Don't Know What I Can Save You From
Cello – Ian Bracken
4:34
4Singing Softly To Me
Trumpet – Ben Dumville
3:01
5Parallel Lines
Written-By – Daisy Simons, Kings Of Convenience
5:11
6Failure
Cello – Ian BrackenDrums [Drum Fills] – Tarjei Strøm
3:31
7Winning A Battle, Losing The War
Cello – Matt McGeever
3:51
8Summer On The Westhill
Cello – Ian Bracken
4:30
9Leaning Against The Wall
Cello – Ian Bracken
3:16
10Toxic Girl3:07
11The Passenger3:10
12Little Kids3:43


Versiones


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
SOURCD019, 7243 5 29072 2 9, SOURCD 019, 7243 5290Kings Of Convenience Quiet Is The New Loud ‎(CD, Album)Source, Source, Source, SourceSOURCD019, 7243 5 29072 2 9, SOURCD 019, 7243 5290Europe2001
SOURCD019, 7243 5 29072 2 9Kings Of Convenience Quiet Is The New Loud ‎(CD, Album)Source, SourceSOURCD019, 7243 5 29072 2 9Europe2001
SOURCD019, 7243 5 29072 2 9Kings Of Convenience Quiet Is The New Loud ‎(CD, Album)Source, SourceSOURCD019, 7243 5 29072 2 9UK & Europe2001
SOURCD019, 7243 5 29072 2 9Kings Of Convenience Quiet Is The New Loud ‎(CD, Album, RE)Source, SourceSOURCD019, 7243 5 29072 2 9UK & EuropeUnknown
SOURCDP019, VISA 6292Kings Of Convenience Quiet Is The New Loud ‎(CD, Album, Promo)Source, SourceSOURCDP019, VISA 6292Europe2001


Créditos


  • Design [Sleeve Designed]Dominic Thomas
  • Design [Sleeve Designed], Arranged By [Strings], Written-ByKings Of Convenience
  • EngineerKen Nelson (tracks: A1, A3, A4, A6, B1 to B6), Morten Arnetvedt (tracks: A2, A5)
  • Engineer [Assisted By]Andrea Wright (tracks: A1, A3, A4, A6, B1 to B6)
  • Mastered ByChris Ludd
  • Mixed ByKen Nelson
  • Mixed By [Assisted By]Andrea Wright
  • Photography ByPaulo Sutch
  • Recorded ByMorten Arnetvedt (tracks: A2, A5)


Notas


Printed inner sleeve with photograph and shouts.

Recorded and mixed at Parr Street Studios, Liverpool, on a Studer 24-Track analogue 2inch tape machine.
Tracks A2 & A5 were originally recorded and edited at Ornkli Studios in Bergen, Norway.
Further recordings and the final mixing of these tracks were done in Parr Street.
Released for the first time in the US.
Limited Edition of 1500 Blue Vinyl


Códigos de barras


  • Barcode: 602547762207


Empresas


  • Recorded At – Parr Street Studios
  • Mixed At – Parr Street Studios
  • Recorded At – Ornkli Studios
  • Edited At – Ornkli Studios
  • Mastered At – Abbey Road Studios
  • Copyright (c) – Mawlaw 388 Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – Source UK
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Mawlaw 388 Ltd.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Source Uk
  • Manufactured By – Astralwerks


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Quiet Is The New Loud - Kings Of Convenience. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Quiet Is the New Loud is the debut album by Norwegian indie pop duo Kings of Convenience, released on March 6, 2001 by Astralwerks. Caroline Hennessy of RTE was quoted saying that If quiet is indeed the new. I do not own this album, it belongs to their owners, the Kings of Convenience. Artist : Kings of Convinience tracks are below Album : Quiet Is The Is the New Loud is the debut album from Norwegian duo Kings of Convenience. It was released on March 6, 2001. A new version of is available, to keep everything running smoothly, please reload the site. Kings of Convenience. Quiet Is the New Loud. Play album. Kings of Convenience are a music duo formed in Bergen, Norway, playing a style that features acoustic instrumental playing and their two voices. The band consists of Erlend Øye and Eirik G read more. Indie Pop. Kings Of Convenience. Songs in album Kings Of Convenience - Quiet Is The New Loud 2001. Kings Of Convenience - Winning A Battle Losing The War. Kings Of Convenience - Toxic Girl. Released 2001. Quiet Is the New Loud Tracklist. Winning a Battle, Losing the War Lyrics. Once Around the Block Lyrics. About Quiet Is the New Loud. Quiet Is the New Loud is the debut album by Kings of Convenience, released on March 6, 2001 via Astralwerks. Quiet Is the New Loud Q&A. More Kings of Convenience albums. Declaration of Dependence. Under an album title that practically became a mantra for the European music press, Kings of Convenience display everything that is right and everything that is wrong with the new acoustic movement. The duo employs their guitars to create touching ballads at will, but they forget to vary their pace at times. Quiet Is the New Loud is immeasurably gentle. Comparing the band to Belle and Sebastian and Nick Drake, as so many music critics have, isn't quite right. Album 2001 12 Songs. Winning a Battle, Losing the War. Kings Of de Familia, Tiago Castro, Phase108, podcast, dEUS. Rádio Show. This album was recorded and mixed at Parr Street Studios, Liverpool on a Studer 24-track analogue 2inch tape machine. It was then mixed to 12 inch tape through a Neve Legend mixing desk. Further recordings and the final mixing of these tracks were done in Parr Street. Kings of Convenience - I don't know what i can save you from 4:38. Kings of Convenience - Winning a Battle, Losing the war 4:09. Winning A Battle, Losing The War 3:55

My copy sounds amazing, can hear Erlend and Eirik draw breath and the sound of their lips touching even, also the soft pats on the guitar body. Very quiet noise floor, just awesome sounding.Edit: The fidelity on this vinyl recording is jaw dropping. On my A-side the turntable arm and cartridge appear totally still during playback, I can detect no movement.
Anybody else's Side B pressed off-center? Also seems wobbly.
I have the regular black LP and it seems kinda "wobbly" though you can't see it (that rather annoying "thud-thud" you hear on quiet parts :-( The Riot reissue is clean though