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Goldfinger - The Knife mp3 album

  • Performer: Goldfinger
  • Title: The Knife
  • Genre: Rock
  • Released: 2017
  • Style: Punk, Pop Punk, Alternative Rock
  • MP3 album: 1739 mb
  • FLAC album: 1159 mb
  • Rating: 4.9/5
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Goldfinger  - The Knife mp3 album

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Studio album by. Goldfinger. In the November/December 2010 issue No. 43 of SMASH magazine, Feldmann stated that a new EP or a possible full-length album was "in the works" with Feldmann having penned 4/5 new tracks, and Pfeiffer having recorded the drum tracks. Feldmann also states in the article that with the release of any new material would be supported with an extended tour. According to Feldmann, Goldfinger was expecting to have their new album out sometime in 2012. The band released a new song, "Am I Deaf", on Friday May 24, 2013 In 2. .

and The Knife, Goldfinger went through several lineup changes that ultimately left Feldmann as the sole remaining original member. Rounding out the core trio here, listed as bandmembers are MxPx bassist Mike Herrera and Story of the Year guitarist Phil Sneed.

Album · 2017 · 13 Songs. The Knife Goldfinger. Listen on Apple Music. Nine years in the making, this joyous LP triumphs.

Released July 21, 2017. 1. A Million Miles Lyrics.

The Knife Album (2017) by Goldfinger: Tijuana Sunrise, A Million Miles, Am I Deaf, Get What I Need, Beacon, Don't Let Me G.

Album standout Put the Knife Away compares words to a knife to express frustration with a loved one. Always right you’re never wrong/Telling me I don’t belong/Just put the knife away and try to listen, to listen, Feldmann sings over double-time guitar and drum work. Frankly, the more contemplative Beacon sounds like you could find it on an older Yellowcard album. Older fans need not fear, however; Goldfinger hasn’t completely abandoned their ska roots. Experience comes from age, and Goldfinger isn’t really shy about theirs. Am I Deaf? comes early in the album with some brutal honesty about their age. It’s a super catchy track that immediately throws their age and questioned relevancy in listeners’ faces, challenging the music industry’s ridiculous age issues. Sometimes I feel so old yeah/Am I deaf?

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