The Ex - Turn mp3 album
Style: Punk, Avantgarde, Indie Rock
Date of release: 2004
Size MP3: 1358 mb
Size FLAC: 1119 mb
Format: AU AHX MMF WAV ADX FLAC WAV
Turn is a double album by Dutch anarchist post-punk band The Ex. After 20 years of working with Luc, their former bass guitarist, Turn is the only Ex album to feature double bass player Rosemarie giving the band a sound akin their prior work with cellist Tom Cora. In tandem with The Ex's drummer Katrin, Rosemarie also contributed significant female vocal harmonies to the album.
The message on Turn is loud (ear bleedingly loud) and clear
On their latest album, Turn, they elevate their craft to near perfection over the course of two wild, unpredictable, and unforgettable discs. The bulk of the songs that comprise Turn hew to The Ex's peculiar brand of crushing, dense post-punk, but the music can veer on a dime into spoken satire, Eritrean freedom songs, and savage improvisation. Steve Albini returns to the boards for them on this album, and nobody captures The Ex better than he does- the sound is dry and caustic, allergic to reverb, as heavy as Shellac, and relentlessly intense. The band's setup is extremely basic-.
Turn also features The Ex playing the Eritrean revolutionary song "Huriyet" set to a traditional Tigrinya beat. Turn was recorded by Steve Albini at Electrical Audio, Chicago, and mixed by Mikel Le Roy and The Ex at Studio Le Roy, Amsterdam, Netherlands. Peter Margasak of the Chicago Reader wrote in 2006 that Turn might be the Ex's best album yet, writing that "the addition of upright bassist Rozemarie Heggen, whose classical technique allowed them to explore dissonant textures without sacrificing rhythmic power, seemed to give the band a new focus and energy. Joe Tangari of Pitchfork wrote that their "ambitious.
On Turn, The Ex also displayed their love and interpretations of African rhythms and melodies. On "Theme From Konono" The Ex's guitars imitate amplified thumb pianos in a tribute to the infectious rhythm of Congolese percussion group Konono Nº 1 who had toured Europe with The Ex. "Getatchew" pays tribute to Ethiopian Saxophone legend Getatchew Mekuria with whom The Ex would later record an album. Turn also features The Ex playing the Eritrean revolutionary song "Huriyet" set to a traditional Tigrinya beat.
The Ex are an underground band from the Netherlands that formed in 1979 at the height of the original punk explosion. Initially known as an anarcho-punk band, they have since released over 20 full-length albums of musical experiments and numerous collaborations blending punk and free jazz with styles of folk music from all over the world. The Ex's music has undergone significant evolution over the years from their beginnings as a punk band. Founded by singer Jos Kley (better known as .
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Nearly twenty-five years after their inception, these Dutch anarcho-postpunks are still kicking, and 2004's TURN proves that they are still capable of making edgy, urgent, and relevant music. A two-disc set chock full of lengthy epics and oddball, atonal grooves, The Ex create a dense racket with lyrical content that is both inspirational and accusatory. Kat's African-influenced drumming works alongside newcomer Rozemarie's upright bass to lay a groove behind Terry and Andy's skronky guitars, while . Sok alternately sings, shouts, or speaks over the din. The band sounds.
|Listen To The Painters||4:13|
|Theme From Konono||8:24|
|The Idunno Law||5:11|
|In The Event||7:42|
|EX 090/091D||The Ex||Turn (2xCD, Album)||Ex Records||EX 090/091D||Netherlands||2004|
|TG261CD||The Ex||Turn (2xCD, Album)||Touch And Go||TG261CD||US||2004|
|TG261CD||The Ex||Turn (2xCD, Album)||Touch And Go||TG261CD||Canada||2004|
|Reverb 73||The Ex||Turn (2xCD, Album)||Vicious Circle||Reverb 73||France||2004|