The Nein - Luxury mp3 album
Dale Flattum joined the group in 2004 and the group released their full-length album, Wrath of Circuits in 2005 on Sonic Unyon (with a vinyl version release on Red Strings Records later that year). Burns left the group in early 2006, and the group began work on new material and future touring with Josh Carpenter (of Asheville, North Carolina). In September, 2006, Sonic Unyon released an EP of material previously recorded with Burns, entitled Transitionalisms, which preceded the release of their second full-length album Luxury.
Luxury, the Nein's first full-length album without bassist Casey Burns, finds the band branching out even farther from their previous, c sound than they did on the Transitionalisms EP. Dale Flattum's sonic maniupulations and flights of fancy used to be doodles in the corners of the Nein's songs, but now they're just as important as the rest of the band's singing and playing, adding substance as well as depth and texture. For most of Luxury, the Nein manages to balance the change in their song-to-noise ratio well and come up with some intriguing combinations along the way. "Sweet Vague" invents breezy, brooding, robotic bossa nova; "Attitude and Mirrors" pits crashing beats against a wistful acoustic guitar; and "The Future Crumbles" touches on the album's paranoid feel with apocalyptic singalong folktronica.
Luxury (The Nein album). Studio album by. The Nein. February 20, 2007 (2007-02-20). Luxury is the second full-length studio album by the indie rock band The Nein. It was released on February 20, 2007 on Sonic Unyon.
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Strangely, The Nein seem to work best when they’re running light and loose or when they sound discombobulated. When an even remotely human aspect touches these compositions, the whole forward-thinking gist gets lost in the muddle of a lukewarm vocal presence and beats that tend to get stolid when isolated. In other words, the more clutter the better. The few tracks with manipulated singing work the best, so here’s to hoping the next Nein album takes the quartet even further away from the gravitational pull of tradition. 1. Burn Construction2. Attitude and Mirrors3.
Oh, what a difference a tape loop guy makes. If the Nein were a hip-hop act, Flattum would be the turntablist, and like those scratchers, he began by simply adding some incidental noise to the band's work. On the Nein's first record with Flattum aboard, 2005's excellent The Wrath of Circuits, that was largely his role, grafting noise and samples onto already formed songs. On some songs, the album's standout track "Future Crumbles," for example, the vocals are so melodious they're almost Beatlesque; "Ennio", surely named for soundtrack composer Morricone, has a beautiful acoustic guitar and organ dialog that sounds catchy enough to be cinematic.
Luxury is the second album by Fantastic Plastic Machine. It is the follow-up to his first album, The Fantastic Plastic Machine (1997) "There Must Be an Angel (Playing With My Heart)", is a cover version of a Eurythmics song. Luxury toured extensively in the months following Amazing And Thankyou's release, until late 1995, when a bad highway collision between touring engagements resulted in most members of the band being hospitalized. Consequently, they took a year-long hiatus, then went back on tour to support their second album, The Latest & The Greatest, though with fewer dates than initially anticipated.
Luxury is the second full-length studio album by the indie rock band The Nein. All songs written and composed by The Nein. Attitude and Mirrors". You may redistribute it, verbatim or modified, providing that you comply with the terms of the CC-BY-SA.
|2||Attitude And Mirrors|
|6||Achilles Last Tape Solo|
|10||Wreck We Um Dub|
- Drums, Keyboards – Robert Biggers
- Loops, Sampler, Tape – Dale Allan Flattum
- Vocals, Guitar – Finn Cohen
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 621617011021
|SUNCD110||The Nein||Luxury (CD, Album, Promo)||Sonic Unyon||SUNCD110||Canada||2007|