Various - From Where We Stand mp3 album
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Divided We Stand is the eighth studio album by the American hardcore punk band . True Sounds of Liberty), released in 2003 through Nitro Records. All tracks written by Jack Grisham and Ron Emory, except where noted. Jack Grisham – vocals. Ron Emory – guitars, backing vocals. Mike Roche – bass guitar. Additional musicians. Elvis Kuehn – backing vocals. Bradley Ball – backing vocals. Chris "X-13" Higgins – backing vocals.
Features Song Lyrics for Ward Thomas's From Where We Stand album. 7. From Where I Stand Lyrics. 8. The Good and the Right Lyrics. 9. Way Back When Lyrics. 10. Town Called Ugley (Live in Milton Keynes) Lyrics. Ward Thomas Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. Do you like this album?
The sloppy hardcore punk of Midget Tossing and Where We Stand is considerably different from the melodic, pop-punk sound of everything post-2001. Ben Dobson’s vocals are considerably raspier and rougher than those of Ryan Key, while their material seemed as if it was produced in the basement of one of the band members. Although 90s Yellowcard may have easily produced the band’s worst albums, they did show some potential before Ryan Key’s arrival. Where We Stand manages to improve over several of the Jacksonville sextet’s faults.
The album isn't uniformly billowy. Cayzer is a fan of ponderous, droning post-rock groups like Earth and A Silver Mt. Zion, and Here From Where We Are does well when translating this density to his palette. The sombre "Conifer" lets pointedly struck organ notes sustain. At The Edge" introduces a thick synth haze over the melody in its second half. The muggy atmosphere and crispy texture of "Drug The Lake"' evoke the sunburnt mood of Fennesz's Endless Summer. Yet those nebulous strands are what make this such a distinctive album. On Here From Where We Are, Cayzer takes on multiple shades of ambient music and delivers each with an expert touch. Published, Tue, 31 Jul 2018. Words, Gabriel Szatan.
Vince Gill - From Where I Stand (Album Version).
|1||–Nago||Mirage (Original Mix)||8:02|
|2||–Yuri Yuzriha||Cosmonaut (Original Mix)||8:07|
|3||–Alinut||Light As A Feather (Original Mix)||7:11|
|4||–Cereceb17||Antarctic Blue (Original Rework)||9:38|
|5||–Nago||Colorless Away (Original Mix)||8:02|
|6||–Nago||Flying Moment (Original Mix)||7:34|
|7||–Alinut||Pure Breeze (Orignal Mix)||8:02|
|8||–Alinut||Reconnect (Original Mix)||7:47|
|9||–Yuri Yuzriha||Is There Reality Somewhere (Original Mix)||7:08|
- Design – Nago
- Mastered By – Aran
NotesReleased at M3-33.
This release appears to have a misprint regarding the catalog number. The CD design, Matrix / Runout and the back of the sleeve indicate that this is DGLG-0008, which is a previous release by Digital Logics, Astrosynthetics.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout: 1B49104707 TCE-4707 DGLG-0008 Pressed In Taiwan -1
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI LT029
- Mould SID Code: IFPI TBE01