The Fireman - Electric Arguments mp3 album
Electric Arguments is the third album by The Fireman, an experimental music duo consisting of Paul McCartney and producer Youth. It is the first Fireman release to be publicly acknowledged by McCartney, and the album cover features the names of both contributors in contrast to the anonymity of earlier works.
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Pepper until 2008, when he put out the Fireman's Electric Arguments. McCartney created the Fireman alias with Youth back in the mid-'90s when electronica was all the rage and Macca hesitated dipping his toe in the water on his own LPs. A decade after Rushes, he revived the Fireman moniker not to cut another electronic record but to put out what in effect was McCartney III: a weird clearinghouse of experiments, jokes, detours, and rough-hewn pop. McCartney and Youth recorded Electric Arguments quickly - not so much in a brief, weeklong blast of activity, but spending one day on each.
Electric Arguments presents not so much an abrupt break from typical McCartneyisms as a gradual drift away from them. The album actually picks up right where Memory Almost Full's blooze-explosive closer "Nod Your Head" left off, with McCartney adopting a comically over-the-top growl for the Zep-heavy "Nothing Too Much Just Out of Sight".
This revival is announced boldly by the thumping, full-throated blues-rocker. Release Date: Nov 25, 2008 Record label: Ato Records/Red Genre(s): Rock, Electronic. 69 Music Critic Score How the Music Critic Score works. Electric Arguments - Fairly Good, Based on 8 Critics.
Electric Arguments was the third studio album from The Fireman and their first to feature vocals. Its 13 varied tracks were recorded in 13 days, over a period of nearly a year. It's also the first Fireman album to be acknowledged by Paul as his work, featuring his and producer Youth's names on the artwork for the first time
The Fireman: Electric Arguments. The sound of old rockers clinging on to their youthful experimentalism is rarely edifying. This is ably proved by the third Fireman collaboration between Paul McCartney and former Killing Joke bassist Youth (a moniker long past its sell-by date). There is pompous, ponderous old-man blues; there is the sort of stadium rock cliche better left to fester in the 80s; there are pan pipes
Hear upcoming albums in their entirety. First Listen: 'Electric Arguments' From Paul McCartney And Youth As The Fireman. Last year, McCartney and Youth returned to work as The Fireman for their third release together, Electric Arguments. Unlike the previous albums, The Fireman's new studio disc features vocals. McCartney entered the studio, without any material, and recorded 13 songs in 13 days. He played all the instruments, with Youth at the helm as producer. The Fireman offered the first single from the album, "Lifelong Passion," as a download from the band's Web site for anyone making a donation to the Adopt-A-Minefield charity.
|1||Nothing Too Much Just Out Of Sight|
|3||Sing The Changes|
|6||Light From Your Lighthouse|
|7||Sun Is Shining|
|8||Dance 'Til We're High|
|10||Is This Love?|
|11||Lovers In A Dream|
|12||Universal Here, Everlasting Now|
|13||Don't Stop Running|
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