The Polyphonic Spree - Yes, It's True mp3 album
Songs From The Rocky Horror Picture Show by The Polyphonic Spree. The Fragile Army by The Polyphonic Spree. The Beginning Stages O. y The Polyphonic Spree. View all albums . Yes, It’s True. By: The Polyphonic Spree (2013, Rock). 1. Section 33 (You Don’t Know Me).
The Polyphonic Spree was formed, in part, in reaction to Berggren's death. In 2000, DeLaughter collaborated with 12 other musicians to put together a sound that reflected the music he grew up with. He wanted to explore the orchestral palette and pop sensibility of The Beatles, The Association, The 5th Dimension, Wings, Electric Light Orchestra and The Beach Boys and the vocal style of Ozzy Osbourne from Black Sabbath . On August 6, 2013, the band played a sold-out concert at London's Village Underground to mark the release of their album Yes, It's True. The performance was broadcast live on Vimeo. A US release show at the Granada Theater in Dallas followed on August 9, and the band toured in support of the album worldwide.
Because of this, Yes, It's True is a surprisingly tight album, and even as songs like "Raise Your Head" return to the sort of rhapsodic heights Tim DeLaughter and his merry choir work at, it still feels incredibly focused. Though this makes for a different kind of listening experience than fans might be used to, it's one that's ultimately pretty satisfying, feeling like it's not just manifesting the will and desire of the Polyphonic Spree's fans, but also reflecting the mission of brightness and hope that the band has been on for over a decade now.
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Yes, It’s True is sucked dry of reasons for its maxims, not affected enough to make them count, not stimulating enough to let them breathe. All DeLaughter is left with is this record of weak dos and strong don’ts. On record Yes, It's True feels insubstantial, which is disappointing because when they don't go overboard they can still craft interesting music.
The Polyphonic Spree never looked likely to last when they first bounced out of Texas with 2002’s euphoric The Beginning Stages of the Polyphonic Spree. Shepherded by the bandleader Tim DeLaughter, the white-robed flock of two-dozen singers and musicians armed with woodwind and brass had a visual hook to rival the Residents’ giant eyeballs. The best guess, though, was that they would either disappear in a puff of novelty, or come to a bad end after going off to build a commune in the South American jungle
Features Song Lyrics for The Polyphonic Spree's Yes, It's True album. The Polyphonic Spree Lyrics provided by SongLyrics.
|A1||Section 33 (You Don't Know Me)|
|A2||Section 34 (Popular By Design)|
|A3||Section 35 (Hold Yourself Up)|
|A4||Section 36 (Carefully Try)|
|A5||Section 37 (You're Golden|
|A6||Section 38 (Heart Talk)|
|B1||Section 39 (Blurry Up The Lines)|
|B2||Section 40 (Let Them Be)|
|B3||Section 41 (Raise Your Head)|
|B4||Section 42 (What Would You Do?)|
|B5||Section 43 (Battlefield)|
NotesAt this time, there are 3 "pre-release" versions of this record, with a regular pressing scheduled to release on August 6, 2013.
100 - Multicolored vinyl, hand-poured by Tim DeLaughter, stamped covers, hand-numbered, signed, Kickstarter reward (THIS)
150 - Blue vinyl, stamped covers, hand-numbered, signed
500 - Pink vinyl, "bootleg" version, stamped covers, hand-numbered
|GRR27, CC0000146||The Polyphonic Spree||Yes, It's True (CD, Album, Dig)||Good Records, Create/Control||GRR27, CC0000146||Australia & New Zealand||2013|
|CDBRED588||The Polyphonic Spree||Yes, It's True (CDr, Album, Promo)||Cherry Red||CDBRED588||UK & Europe||2013|
|GRR27, CDBRED588||The Polyphonic Spree||Yes, It's True (CD, Album, Dig)||Good Records, Cherry Red||GRR27, CDBRED588||UK & Europe||2013|
|KR-79V, GRR 27||The Polyphonic Spree||Yes, It’s True (LP, Album, Ltd, Num, Chi)||Kirtland Records, Good Records||KR-79V, GRR 27||US||2013|
|GRR27K||The Polyphonic Spree||Yes, It's True (LP, Ltd, Blu)||Good Records||GRR27K||US||2013|