Sleater-Kinney - No Cities To Love mp3 album
No Cities to Love is the eighth studio album by American rock band Sleater-Kinney, released on January 20, 2015, through Sub Pop. It is the first album following a decade-long hiatus and the band's 2005 release, The Woods. The album received universal acclaim from music critics and was listed on several "Best Albums of 2015" lists. The album was recorded in secret mostly at Tiny Telephone in San Francisco, with additional sessions at Electrokitty in Seattle and Kung Fu Bakery in Portland
Sleater-Kinney began work on No Cities in earnest around May 2012, they have said, but especially on the anthemic title track and "Hey Darling"-the first two songs they wrote-you can hear echoes of that decade of pause, an airing out of just why. The titular phrase is abstract enough, but considering Brownstein's vocal incompatibility with the van-show-van-show tour-life void-and her lines, here, about "a ritual of emptiness"-it plays like a direct take on the complicated reality of the rootless rock band and its scattered tribe.
Produced by John Goodmanson. Album No Cities to Love. No Cities to Love Lyrics. That form of power, that presence, is not only destructive it’s also hollowed-out, past its prime, says Brownstein. The character in that song has made a ritual out of seeking structures and people in which to find strength, yet they keep coming up empty. No Cities to Love" Track Info.
Listening to No Cities To Love, the eighth album by Sleater-Kinney, has to be done with one thing in mind: Sleater-Kinney did not have to make this album. That's not meant in a idol-worshipping, "we're not worthy" way, but quite literally. Like all comeback records, No Cities to love arrives with breathless anticipation and ridiculously high expectations. If this record had come out in the winter of 2013 alongside m b v and The Next Day, they probably would have, with all due respect to Mrs. Kardashian West, broken the internet. Unlike 90% of comeback records, No Cities To Love does not sound like a comeback record in any sense. At a compact 32 minutes, it's one of their shorter releases and also one of their most direct.
Sleater-Kinney's decade apart made room for family and other fruitful collaborations, as well as an understanding of what the band's singular chemistry demands. A couple songs I feel are subpar, such as A New Wave and No Cities To Love, thought they are catchy they seem lacking substance. The vocals are still amazing and their guitar work slick, and of course the drumming is always new and innovative.
No Cities to Love exceeds all expectations of what a reunion album should sound like by not sounding like a reunion album. There’s no dead air between it and The Woods, just beautiful, logical forward movement.
Sleater - Kinney – No Cities To Love. Label: Sub Pop – SP1100. Country: USA & Canada. Album recorded at Tiny Telephone Recordings (San Francisco, Jan-Feb 2014), Kung Fu Bakery Recording Studios (Portland, March 2014) and Electrokitty Recording (Seattle, March 2014) Album mixed at Bogroll (April-May 2014) Engineering at Tiny Telephone Recordings and Electrokitty Recording. Mastering at Sterling Sound.
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|SP1100||Sleater-Kinney||No Cities To Love (LP, Album, Gat)||Sub Pop||SP1100||US||2015|
|SP1100||Sleater - Kinney*||No Cities To Love (Cass, Album)||Sub Pop||SP1100||US||2015|
|SP1100||Sleater-Kinney||No Cities To Love (12xFile, MP3, Album, Dlx, 320)||Sub Pop||SP1100||2015|
|SP1100||Sleater-Kinney||No Cities To Love (10xFile, ALAC, Album)||Sub Pop||SP1100||2015|
|TRCP 179||Sleater - Kinney*||No Cities To Love (CD, Album)||Sub Pop||TRCP 179||Japan||2015|