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Make Believe - Of Course mp3 album

  • Performer: Make Believe
  • Title: Of Course
  • Genre: Jazz / Rock / Pop
  • Country: US
  • Formats: MMF ADX AA MOD FLAC ASF MP1
  • Released: 2006
  • Style: Math Rock, Experimental, Indie Rock
  • MP3 album: 1642 mb
  • FLAC album: 1791 mb
  • Rating: 4.7/5
  • Votes: 606
Make Believe - Of Course mp3 album

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Make Believe is the fifth studio album by American rock band Weezer, released on May 10, 2005 by Geffen Records. The album was considered to be a return to some of the emotionally vulnerable lyrics of Weezer's previous releases, and due to the strength of the hit single "Beverly Hills", the album was a commercial success. In addition, "Beverly Hills" also gained Weezer's first Grammy nomination for Best Rock Song

So why does Tim Kinsella’s voice sound so useless on Of Course, the second album from his 5th musical project, Make Believe" It could be a side-effect of 31 cold Chicago winters, or maybe the result of shouting away so much of his youth. Or maybe Kinsella’s voice is only as good as the music that backs it. Make Believe, despite containing a couple members of previous (better) Kinsella projects, just isn’t that great. Guitarist Sam Zurick (Cap’n Jazz, Owls, Joan of Arc) is definitely a good musician, but his strange style of playing weighs one’s nerves constantly.

Sometimes an album is just awful. Make Believe is one of those albums. Weezer have been given a lot of breaks in their second era- both The Green Album and Maladroit were cut miles of slack despite consisting of little more than slightly above-average power-pop. The obvious reason for this lenience has to do with the mean age of rock critics, and the fact that most of these mid-20s scribes were at their absolute peak for bias-forming melodrama when The Blue Album and Pinkerton were released. Of course, if Ashley went on to break your heart, fellow critic, Make Believe might be just the medicine you need; put it on repeat and watch your emotional scar be obliterated as collateral damage in the torpedoing of Weezer's legacy.

By: Make Believe (2006, Jazz). More albums from Make Believe: Shock Of Being by Make Believe. Going To The Bone Church by Make Believe. View all albums . Of Course. By: Make Believe (2006, Jazz). 1. A Song About Camping.

As a Rolling Stone cover story on newsstands the week before the release of Make Believe made clear, Weezer leader Rivers Cuomo is an odd, ornery sort. He's a genuine rock & roll maverick, at once attracted and repelled by his star status, disappearing for long stretches at a time, often to return to college. He writes and records far more songs than whatever winds up on a final Weezer record, which are often whittled down to just 30 or 40 minutes, leaving untold numbers of songs in the vaults.

Make Believe, released May 10, 2005, is the fifth studio album by Weezer. Another song, "Hold Me", was written on a fast.

Redirected from Master of My Make-Believe (album)). Master of My Make-Believe is the second studio album by American musician Santigold, released in the United Kingdom on April 24, 2012 and in the United States on May 1, through Downtown and Atlantic Records. The album features contributions from a wide range of musicians, including long-time collaborators John Hill, Switch and Diplo, as well as Dave Sitek of TV on the Radio and Nick Zinner of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs

Album Name Make Believe. Released date 30 September 2015. Labels Artfly Records. Members owning this album0.

Tracklist

A1 A Song About Camping 3:17
A2 Another Song About Camping 2:21
A3 Political Mysticism 3:22
A4 Florida/Oklahoma 12/05 0:57
A5 Pat Tillman, Emmit Till 2:53
A6 Coup D'Thought 1:53
B1 Bisect Duality 5:53
B2 Plants Dance 3:25
B3 Sometimes I See Sideways 5:02
B4 Anything/Selling That Thing 3:17
B5 Plantarchy In The You Be

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Electrical Audio
  • Copyright (c) – Jean-Pierre Leaud Circa 1965 Music
  • Copyright (c) – Milkspiller Music
  • Copyright (c) – Toby The Cat Music
  • Copyright (c) – You Take Good Care Of Me Music
  • Copyright (c) – Polyvinyl Record Company
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Polyvinyl Record Company

Credits

  • Artwork – Nate Kinsella
  • Bass – Bobby Burg
  • Drums, Electric Piano [Wurlitzer] – Nate Kinsella
  • Guitar – Sam Zurick
  • Mastered By – Dan Stout, Pete Lyman
  • Recorded By – Greg Norman
  • Recorded By [Overdubs] – Russ Arbuthnot
  • Vocals [Singer] – Tim Kinsella

Notes

There is a locked groove between B4 & B5.
B5 is a vinyl bonus song.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 644110012517
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): PRC125-1A S-60584
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): PRC125-1B S-60585
  • Rights Society: SESAC

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
DIG039 Make Believe Of Course ‎(CD, Album) Flameshovel DIG039 US 2006
DIG039-pr Make Believe Of Course ‎(CD, Album, Promo) Flameshovel DIG039-pr US 2006
Youth-003 Make Believe Of Course ‎(CD, Album) Sparkmusiq Youth-003 Japan 2006

Tracklist

1 A Song About Camping 3:17
2 Another Song About Camping 2:21
3 Political Mysticism 3:22
4 Florida/Oklahoma 12/05 0:57
5 Pat Tillman, Emmit Till 2:53
6 Coup D'Thought 1:53
7 Bisect Duality 5:53
8 Plants Dance 3:25
9 Sometimes I See Sideways 5:02
10 Anything/Selling That Thing 3:17
Bonus For Japan
11 Plantarchy In The You Be
12 How To Haunt A House

Credits

  • Bass – Bobby Burg
  • Drums, Electric Piano [Wurlitzer], Artwork By – Nate Kinsella
  • Guitar – Sam Zurick
  • Mastered By – Dan Stout
  • Recorded By – Greg Norman
  • Recorded By [Overdubs] – Russ Arbuthnot
  • Vocals [Singer] – Tim Kinsella

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
DIG039 Make Believe Of Course ‎(CD, Album) Flameshovel DIG039 US 2006
DIG039-pr Make Believe Of Course ‎(CD, Album, Promo) Flameshovel DIG039-pr US 2006
PRC-125-1, DIG039 Make Believe Of Course ‎(LP, Album) Polyvinyl Record Company, Flameshovel PRC-125-1, DIG039 US 2006




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