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Explosions in the Sky – All of a Sudden I Miss Everyone (Limited Deluxe Edition) (2007/2013)

8-12-2014, 20:36
Music | Rock | Alternative | Indie | FLAC / APE

Explosions in the Sky – All of a Sudden I Miss Everyone (Limited Deluxe Edition) (2007/2013)

Artist: Explosions in the Sky
Title Of Album: All of a Sudden I Miss Everyone (Limited Deluxe Edition)
Year Of Release: 2007/2013
Label: Temporary Residence
Genre: Post Rock
Quality: Mp3 | Flac
Bitrate: 320 kbps | Lossless
Total Time: 91:19 Min
Total Size: 220 Mb | 529 Mb


01. The Birth and Death of the Day (7:50)
02. Welcome, Ghosts (5:44)
03. It's Natural To Be Afraid (13:27)
04. What Do You Go Home To? (5:00)
05. Catastrophe and the Cure (7:56)
06. So Long, Lonesome (3:40)

Bonus Disc:
01. The Birth and Death of the Day (Jesu Mix) (9:48)
02. Welcome, Ghosts (Adem Mix) (6:24)
03. It's Natural to Be Afraid (The Paper Chase Mix) (6:54)
04. What Do You Go Home To? (Mountains Mix) (10:24)
05. Catastrophe and the Cure (Four Tet Mix) (8:33)
06. So Long, Lonesome (Eluvium Mix) (5:40)

Known for bringing an emotional heft and sense of hope to a usually placid genre, Explosions In The Sky have experienced the kind of meteoric rise in popularity that flies in the face of music industry convention. Their songs are too long for radio play or commercial music videos; they avoid performing in LiveNation/Clear Channel venues; they didn't jump to a major label; and they don't sing. After scoring the film "Friday Night Lights", they took two years to work on this record, which is a massive leap forward, showcasing a broader instrumental range and their most focused, efficient songwriting. RIYL: Radiohead, Sigur Ros, Mogwai, Godspeed You! Black Emperor, Mono.

Sometimes Explosions in the Sky start with a whisper and end with a scream, but on "Birth and Death of the Day", they begin with a scream and proceed into a symphonic odyssey that Aaron Copland might have composed if he'd played electric guitar. Like Copland, EITS are cinematic, but with more kinetic drive than any film--except maybe Koyaanisqatsi--could match. Compositions like "It's Natural to Be Afraid" take you on epic journeys that roar like a Harley Davidson one minute and slip into taut contemplation the next, using the slow-tension build that EITS have perfected. All of a Sudden I Miss Everyone was produced by John Congleton, who has worked with lo-fi groups like the Roots and the Mountain Goats. That might explain why the album lacks the atmosphere of EITS's monumental The Earth Is Not a Cold Dead Place and their Friday Night Lights soundtrack. Instead, they rely even more on the arc of their compositions and the integral twin lead guitar lines that never solo but always drive the songs. They can shift from power-chord aggression to the sound of plucked mandolins in an instant. This is progressive rock for people who weren't even born when prog reigned supreme. It's the sound of King Crimson, transmuted through punk and grunge aesthetics. (John Diliberto)

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