Ancestørtøøth - Elephant Boneyard mp3 album
- Performer: Ancestørtøøth
- Title: Elephant Boneyard
- Genre: Rock
- Formats: MPC AA WAV VOC MIDI MP3 DMF
- Released: 2008
- Style: Noise, Doom Metal
- MP3 album: 1611 mb
- FLAC album: 1218 mb
- Rating: 4.2/5
- Votes: 762
Sludge Doom Ancestortooth. 队列表 Sludge Doom Ancestortooth Elephant Boneyard. Band Name Ancestortooth.
What I love most about Ancestortooth's Elephant Boneyard is that regardless of what mood I'm in before listening to it, as soon as I throw myself into its unforgiving clutches I'm quickly whisked away into another land where everything is in service of a haunting atmosphere. Be it the dark shadows ghosting on prickly bushes in the nighttime forest, or the snow falling furiously to the ground, or even the apparitions floating up from the snow intent on scaring your balls out of your scrotum, it's a crushing place to be in.
Ancestortooth Elephant Boneyard Compilation cassette released posthumously in 300 copies. Tracks 1-3 taken from Elephant Graveyard demo 9/2007. Track 4 previously unreleased. Tracks 5-6 taken from split CD with Vault Dweller.
The Elephant Table Album: a compilation of difficult music was a 1983 compilation album, released on Xtract Records. The double album was compiled by music journalist Dave Henderson following a series of articles by him in Sounds, the British music paper.
Elephant is the fourth studio album by American rock duo The White Stripes. It was released on April 1, 2003, through V2, XL, and Third Man. The album garnered near unanimous critical acclaim and commercial success, earning a nomination for Album of the Year and a win for Best Alternative Music Album at the 46th Grammy Awards in 2004, peaking at number six in the US Billboard charts and topping the UK album charts.
Album Victory Square. When all the lights are going down in the sky And a teardrop falls from your sister's eye When the moon has fallen back into the sea The scourge of the west has come for thee. Sea to squall, fuck you all Your life is coming hard Your ass is for the boneyard. Now a gentleman's life, aye, that's for you And all your ladies know just what to do But I've seen dragons coursing down from the skies And I've seen fear in your fallow eyes.
This is the essence of ‘elephant’, the new album by Swedish composer and musician Dag Rosenqvist. elephant’ consists of six tracks, all connected to each other in one way or another. Shards of tracks re-appear in other tracks. Structures, sounds, chord progressions and melodies are revisited and rearranged. Repetition as a means of holding on to something that is already lost. elephant’ is an album built on contrasts. It is an album filled with noise and fury, with distant echoes and subtle vibrations. It is a blind force that can both crush you and embrace you with its fragility.
Elephant captures this contradiction within the Stripes and their music; it's the first album they've recorded for a major label, and it sounds even more pissed-off, paranoid, and stunning than its predecessor. Darker and more difficult than White Blood Cells, the album offers nothing as immediately crowd-pleasing or sweet as "Fell in Love With a Girl" or "We're Going to Be Friends," but it's more consistent, exploring disillusionment and rejection with razor-sharp focus.