65daysofstatic - We Were Exploding Anyway mp3 album
Title: We Were Exploding Anyway
Style: IDM, Post Rock
Date of release: 2011
Size MP3: 1941 mb
Size FLAC: 1442 mb
Format: TTA APE AU AC3 MP3 DMF RA
We Were Exploding Anyway is the fourth studio album by 65daysofstatic. It was recorded in Sheffield, while mixing and mastering took place in New York. It was released on 26 April 2010 in Europe and the United States, and on 19 May in Japan. It was their first album to be released on Hassle Records. The two singles, "Weak4" and "Crash Tactics", were released on 18 and 30 March respectively
albums, One Time for All Time, The Destruction of Small Ideas, We Were Exploding Anyway and Wild Light, and a soundtrack, Silent Running. During the Game Awards 2014, it was announced that they would be providing the soundtrack for the video game No Man's Sky, followed by a live performance. An album containing music from the soundtrack, entitled No Man's Sky: Music for an Infinite Universe, was released in August 2016. During September 2017, the band announced new work involving algorithmic techniques, titled Decomposition Theory.
Artist: 65daysofstatic (United Kingdom) Album: We Were Exploding Anyway (2010) 65daysofstatic. Also when you said "their music" Thats what got me like " :C" Because I felt that you were acting like THEY made it,And not 65dos. Daniel D3 anos atrás.
We Were Exploding Anyway seems to dispense with the subtlety and glitch-laden rock of yore, replacing it with the kind of cavern-defying hooks that The Prodigy, or even drum’n’bass goons Pendulum, could hinge their entire careers on. Of course without the lessons learned through almost 10 years of touring, plus a massive coup in the form of an arena support slot with The Cure last year, We Were Exploding Anyway may well have hit jagged rocks with such an approach
We Were Exploding Anyway completely removes any math rock tendencies, and the glitch sounds only appear as little nuances in the back of what is, in the end, a decidedly anthemic and melodic album. The press release cites new Daft Punk, house, and IDM-that make a huge difference in the band’s compositional style. Instead of focusing on powerful riffs and complex breakdowns, the album focuses on dynamic contrast, memorable melody, and even danceable rhythms. In some ways, this pigeonholes the band further into the post-rock genre
We Were Exploding Anyway. Producer, Written-By, Performer – 65daysofstatic. Recorded By – Alan Smyth, Dave Sanderson. Comes in a high quality 5" gatefold wallet from MAD CDs with original artwork. Includes a second CD featuring the 'Heavy Sky' EP of tracks recorded during the original WWEA sessions. In addition, the Japanese bonus tracks 'String Loop', 'Come To Me (instrumental)' are included as well as 'Memorydress', 'After San Francisco' and a new remix of 'Tiger Girl' by Australia's Sleepmakeswaves
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Tracklist Hide Credits
|A3||Dance Dance Dance|
|A6||Come To Me
Voice – Robert Smith
Voice – Debbie Clare
- Designed At – Version Industries
- Mastered At – Salt Mastering
- Recorded At – 2Fly Studios
- Mixed At – Futureshock Studios
- Art Direction, Design – Caspar Newbolt
- Lyrics By – Robert Smith (tracks: A6)
- Mastered By – Paul Gold
- Mixed By – Alex Newport
- Producer – 65daysofstatic
- Recorded By – Alan Smyth, Dave Sanderson
NotesLimited to 300 copies on white vinyl (180gr).
CD version of album in a card sleeve and a poster are included with the vinyl. CD has "For Promotional Use Only" marked on the back.
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