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Cymbals Eat Guitars - Why There Are Mountains mp3 Performer: Cymbals Eat Guitars
Album: Why There Are Mountains
Country: US
Released: 2009
Style: Alternative Rock, Indie Rock
Label: Sister's Den
Genre: Rock
Catalog #: SDN 002
Size MP3: 2377 mb.
Rating: 4.3/5
Votes: 117
Record Source: Vinyl, LP, Red Vinyl




Tracklist


1...And The Hazy Sea6:13
2Cold Spring5:49
3What Dogs See4:15
4Like Blood Does7:33
5Wind Phoenix (Proper Name)5:16
6Living North2:31
7Some Trees (Merritt Moon)2:28
8Share7:03
9Indiana3:34


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
MI0 146LPCymbals Eat Guitars Why There Are Mountains ‎(LP)Memphis IndustriesMI0 146LPUK2009
002Cymbals Eat Guitars Why There Are Mountains ‎(LP, Yel)Sister's Den002US2009
noneCymbals Eat Guitars Why There Are Mountains ‎(CDr, Album, Promo)Red Eye DistributionnoneUS2009
BARK149LPCymbals Eat Guitars Why There Are Mountains ‎(LP, RE)Barsuk RecordsBARK149LPUS2014
SDN 0001Cymbals Eat Guitars Why There Are Mountains ‎(CD, Album)Sister's DenSDN 0001US2009


Album


Why There Are Mountains - Cymbals Eat Guitars. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Why There Are Mountains is an independently released studio album by the indie rock band Cymbals Eat Guitars. The album was initially self-released, then re-released after the band signed to Sister's Den Records in late 2009. The LP version of the album is currently only available via Insound. All tracks are written by Joseph D'Agostino. The following people contributed to Why There Are Mountains. Daniel Baer keyboards, piano. Neil Berenholz Bass. Joseph D'agostino guitar, vocals, composer. Why There Are Mountains is an independently released album by indie rock band Cymbals Eat Guitars. The album was initially self-released, then re-released after the band signed to Sisters Den Records in late 2009. When re-released they used a different album art: Why There Are Mountains Q&A. Producers Kyle Slick Johnson. Writers Joseph DAgostino. More Cymbals Eat Guitars albums. Pretty Years. Devinyl Splits No. Show all albums by Cymbals Eat Guitars. A beautiful album that wasn't on here. Sounds like Pavement, Built to Spill, Brand New, The Cure, Cap 'N Jazz, Dinosaur Jr. My Bloody free to Cymbals Eat Guitars Why There are Mountains . and the Hazy Sea, Some Trees Merritt Moon and more. 9 tracks 44:42. Cymbals Eat Guitars were an indie rock band from Staten Island, New York, United States, who formed in 2005. They consist of Joseph D'Agostino vocals, guitar, Matthew Whipple bass, vocals, Brian Hamilton keyboards, vocals and Andrew Dole drums. The band quietly disbanded in late 2017. View wiki. They consist of Joseph D'Agostino vocals, guitar, Matthew Whipple bass, read more. As its followed by What Dogs See, four minutes of echoing rubble and near spoken-word mumbles, it initially seems like a pokey bit of sequencing, but the song evolves into a prelude to the deceptively bouncy Wind Phoenix, which turns personal devastation into a sing-along. What's most admirable about this sophisticated self-released debut is Cymbals Eat Guitars' willingness to think big with gestures that shouldn't fly in the hands of a young band, instrumentally or thematically. Staten Island-based Cymbals Eat Guitars are the latest act to be consumed by the exhaustive succubus of what it means to be a 'hyped band' but Why There Are Mountains is a record that stacks up against its doubters. For a band that has been immediately likened to Pavement and Built to Spill, its surprising that whilst they draw their most significant comparisons to sources that have shown up on every indie rock band's Myspace influences list, they manage to create a sound quite unlike any of their forebearers. Поиск презентаций, докладов, научных статей, публикаций и других образовательных материалов по запросу album Cymbals Eat Guitars Why There Are Mountains. Cymbals Eat Guitars steal brashly: Cold Spring, for example, ruptures into what the band could only have referred to in practice as the Modest Mouse part, all perverse locomotion and hoarse bleating, while the ramshackle wordiness of Indiana evokes Stephen Malkmus plainly, without reservation. Elsewhere rise great leviathans You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead guitarissimo and noble falcons of Sufjan Stevens brass. Album 2009 9 Songs. More By Cymbals Eat Guitars. See Eat Guitars dont get drowned in homage, however from the first explosive note to the last, Why There Are Mountains is a routinely rewarding album, with each listen revealing great new scenery. Read full review. Leader Joseph D'Agostino drops vowels with a schizoid, Malkmus-esque charm somewhere between a meltdown and a bong pipe, while the band see-saw between going for the jugular and a surprisingly touching melodic tinkering


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