Jerry Ray - Instant Action / Shoe Fever mp3 album
Artist: Fever Ray Album: Fever Ray Label: Rabid, Mute Year: 2009 00:00 If I Had a Heart 03:48 When I Grow Up 08:20 Dry and Dusty 12:05 Seven 17:15 Triangle. Fever Ray. Лицензиар. Revelator, WMG (от лица компании "KDA Produktion"); LatinAutor, Sony ATV Publishing, CMRRA, ASCAP, UBEM, LatinAutor - UMPG, LatinAutor - SonyATV, UMPG Publishing, EMI Music Publishing" и другие авторские общества (14).
Fever Ray is the debut solo studio album by Fever Ray, an alias of Karin Dreijer of Swedish electronic music duo The Knife. It was released on 12 January 2009 by Rabid Records. The album spawned four singles: "If I Had a Heart", "When I Grow Up", "Triangle Walks" and "Seven". Fever Ray was lauded by music critics.
Pac-Man Fever is a 1982 album recorded by Buckner & Garcia. It is also the name of the first song on that album. Each song on the album is about a different classic arcade game, and uses sound effects from that game. The album was originally released in LP, cassette, and 8-track tape formats, and was later completely re-recorded for CD re-release in 1999 and 2002.
When Fever Ray released her self titled debut album, I couldn't wait to get my hands on it, hoping it would be similar to her music with her brother in The Knife. I was not disappointed. Her distinctive raspy tone was powerful as ever, with the electronic influences ever present. Throughout the performance, Fever Ray used masks, face paint, and body paint, which she swapped between regularly. She entered the stage and took her position behind what appeared to be some sort of screen, partially blurring her and disguising her costumes
However, Fever Ray's mix of confessional lyrics and chilly, blatantly synthetic and often harsh sounds make this album as successful an electronic singer/songwriter album as Björk's Homogenic. These are some of the most alluring and disturbing songs Dreijer has been involved in making: the excellent album opener "If I Had a Heart" explores possibly inhuman need with a churning, almost subliminal synth and murky bass driving Dreijer's pitch-shifted vocals (which sound more like a different part of her psyche than a different character in the song)
Indeed, one of Fever Ray's most remarkable aspects comes from how Dreijer Andersson funnels little moments of humor, banality, remembrance, mania, and anxiety through her deadpan affect to create a central character worthy of any psychological horror. In addition to many of the same plasticky percussions and goofy synth sounds that the Knife made their stock in trade, Fever Ray also brims with fragile, more finely articulated sounds, such as the delicate mallet instruments that punctuate "Now's The Only Time I Know", the bamboo flute that wanders through "Keep the Streets Empty For Me", and the grinding guitar sound. The album moves at roughly the same pace and with the same general tone, rendering some of the songs indistinguishable at first, but committed listens will reveal this.
|75-1024||Jerry Ray||Instant Action / Shoe Fever (7", Single)||RCA||75-1024||Canada||1971|
|SPR002||Jerry Ray||Instant Action / Shoe Fever (7", Single)||Sparmac Productions||SPR002||Australia||1971|
|RTV-1||Jerry Ray||Instant Action (Try Me) / Shoe Fever (7", Single, Promo, RE)||RTV||RTV-1||US||2001|