sf59 - Leave Here A Stranger mp3 album
Starflyer 59 - Leave Here A Stranger (Full album).
Leave Here a Stranger is the sixth full-length album by Starflyer 59. Unlike most contemporary albums, it was recorded and mixed in mono as opposed to stereo. Leave Here a Stranger was listed in Los Angeles Times among the Top 10 albums of 2001. HM Magazine characterizes its lyrical content as a concept album about the troubles associated with the life of a recording artist. All songs written by Jason Martin. All My Friends Who Play Guitar" – 5:21. Can You Play Drums?" – 2:56.
Is Leave Here A Stranger the best album by Starflyer 59? BestEverAlbums. com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. This album At A Glance. Leave Here A Stranger by Starflyer 59 (2001) Overall rank: 24,109th. Accolades: Top albums of 2001 ( 561st ). Top albums of the 2000s ( 6,153rd ). Best albums of all time ( 24,109th ).
Leave Here A Stranger is Starflyer 59's third album since their major style shift. From the '70s oriented opener "All My Friends Who Play Guitar," to the super catchy tune of "When I Learn To Sing," and from the more up beat "This I Don't Need," to the beauty of the closer "Your Company," SF59 offers the music industry all that originality it lacks.
Leave Here a Stranger - Starflyer 59 Starting off 2016 with one of my all time favourite albums by one of my all time favourite artists. For me, I'd consider this their 'OK Computer', which I affectionately call every album I think is a band's best. SF59 have had many different sounds across the years, but I'll never forget listening to this the first time, sat there from start to finish with a big smile on my face
Curiously recorded and mixed in mono, Leave Here a Stranger is an atmospheric collection of beautifully languid melodies and lyrics that repeatedly use music as a metaphor for life. Mood, not variety, is the name of the game here, and the album plays like one long song, but for the right moment, Leave Here a Stranger is perfect.
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Leave Here a Stranger. Starflyer 59. Released 2001. Leave Here a Stranger Tracklist.
All My Friends Who Play Guitar. Can You Play Drums? When I Learn to Sing. Give Up the War. Things Like This Help Me. This I Don't Need. I Like Your Photographs. Moves On. Night Music. Jason Martin – vocals, guitar. Jeff Cloud – bass guitar. Josh Dooley – keyboards. Joey Esquibel – drums. Categories: Studio Albums.
|1||All My Friends Who Play Guitar||5:21|
|2||Can You Play Drums?||2:56|
|3||When I Learn To Sing||3:25|
|4||Give Up The War||4:49|
|5||Things Like This Help Me||4:58|
|6||This I Don't Need||2:53|
|7||I Like Your Photographs||6:21|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Tooth & Nail Records
- Copyright (c) – Tooth & Nail Records
- Mastered At – Bernie Grundman Mastering
- Designed At – Ohiogirl
- Glass Mastered At – EMI MFG.
- Published By – Some Blue Collar Songs
- A&R – Brandon Ebel
- Art Direction, Design – Andy Mueller
- Bass – Jeff Cloud
- Drums – Joey Esquibel
- Keyboards – Josh Dooley
- Mastered By – Brian Gardner
- Mixed By – Chris Colbert
- Performer [SF59 Is] – j.martin*, j.cloud*, j.esquibel*, j.dooley*
- Photography By [Band Photos] – Matt Wignal*
- Photography By [Color Photography By] – [email protected]*
- Producer [Produced By] – Terry Taylor
- Recorded By – Andrew D. Prickett*
- Technician [Additionals By] – Frank Lenz, Rob Watson
- Vocals, Guitar – Jason Martin
- Written-By [Songs Written By] – Jason Martin
NotesLeave Here A Stranger was recorded and mixed in mono.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 6 47077 11992 3
- Mastering SID Code (Variants 1 & 2): IFPI L044
- Mould SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI 1668
- Mould SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI 163C
- Matrix / Runout (Variants 1 & 2): TND1199RE1 MASTERED BY EMI MFG.
- Other (CMTA Code): AMXXXX
|TND 1199, ABC-002-01||sf59*||Leave Here A Stranger (LP, Album, Ltd)||Tooth & Nail Records, ABC Group Documentation||TND 1199, ABC-002-01||US||2001|