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Have A Nice Life - Deathconsciousness flac album

Have A Nice Life - Deathconsciousness flac album Performer: Have A Nice Life
Title: Deathconsciousness
Style: Shoegaze, Indie Rock
Released: 2014
Country: US
MP3 album: 1874 mb
FLAC album: 1381 mb
Rating: 4.9
Other formats: RA MIDI MMF ASF MP4 AU DMF
Genre: Electronic / Rock

Deathconsciousness is the debut studio album by American post-punk band Have a Nice Life, released on January 24, 2008 on Enemies List Home Recordings. The album is a double album; the first disc is entitled "The Plow That Broke the Plains", the second is entitled "The Future". The album was reissued in 2009 by Enemies List, re-pressing the album on vinyl and CD, with new cover art. The reissue included a 70-page booklet with various paintings and lyrics.

Deathconsciousness by Have a Nice Life, released 22 June 2016 1. A Quick One Before The Eternal Worm Devours Connecticut 2. Bloodhail 3. The Big Gloom 4. Hunter 5. Telefony 6. Who Would Leave Their Son Out in the Sun 7. There is No Food 8. Waiting For Black Metal Records To Come in The Mail 9. Holy Fucking Shit: 40,000 10. The Future 11. Deep, Deep 12. I Don't Love 13. Earthmover. I would take this album with me into an underground bunker to ride out the apocalypse in. I lost a friend to suicide last year and this album has been there for me through it all. I can't thank you enough, Dan and Tim, for creating this and sharing it with the world.

In an epic double-disc project of pure post punk perfection, Have a Nice Life's Deathconsciousness includes every possible positive quality that I look for in an album. As far as sonic progression goes, HANL executes a perfect build up to a chaotic and very satisfying closer in Earthmover. Across the many genres displayed here, the band creates a sound that is very melancholy, but it has aggressive characteristics that make it gloomily energetic, and keeping all emotion intact.

Deathconsciousness is the debut studio album by American post-punk band Have a Nice Life, released on January 1, 2008 on Enemies List Home Recordings. The album is a double album; the first disc is entitled "The Plow That Broke the Plains", the second one entitled "The Future".

Released January 24, 2008. Deathconsciousness Tracklist. 1. A Quick One Before the Eternal Worm Devours Connecticut Lyrics. Deathconsciousness Q&A.

Have a Nice Life - Deathconsciousness. There's no better way to sell a concept album then to have lore surrounding the album's narrative. Pink Floyd has enjoyed massive success with the anarchical The Wall and the spaced out Dark Side of the Moon. Dark Side of the Moon has such a deep legacy that people figured out that it can be synced up with the beginning of "The Wizard of Oz," the opening ambience of "Breathe" accompanying the Miramax lion growling. The Mars Volta have led their fans through crazy narratives. But a concept album can have a good concept but not be a good album. In the case of Deathconsciousness, the emotions and happenings of the life of Antiochus are perfectly captured in the mood of the actual music. All at once the album can sound deadly, harrowing, ambient, subdued, rough and refined.

1. A Quick One Before the Eternal Worm Devours Connecticut. Macuga: Not in a -sandy-shore way, but happy that I have the ability and opportunity to do these things-have an audience to create art and based on the time scale that Have a Nice Life works that people are patient to hear what we have to say, and that makes me. happy. I was just picking onions in the garden with my wife, I was pretty happy with the turnout we got for the year, even though it turns out we planted in crappy construction dirt this year

Complete your Have A Nice Life collection.

Have a Nice Life‘s 2008 masterpiece Deathconsciousness is a grimy, heavy, and hopeless album, and might just be the most accurate musical depiction of depression of all time. The album’s opener, A Quick One Before the Eternal Worm Devours Connecticut, is the closest thing to a happy moment on the entire album. Consisting only of a droning synth and a few plucked guitar chords, it is almost unspeakably beautiful. Have a Nice Life is well aware of this, and make sure Deathconsciousness is as enjoyable to listen to as it is depressing. Hunter ’s funereal beauty brings to mind some of the best Joy Division songs, and Waiting For Black Metal Records To Come In the Mail is almost danceable. Have a Nice Life’s chief songwriter Dan Barrett has a fantastic ear for melody, and it doesn’t go to waste here. Even in the album’s heaviest moments, there’s always a catchy tune for your ears to latch onto.

Tracklist

The Plow That Broke The Plains
A1 A Quick One Before The Eternal Worm Devours Connecticut 7:52
A2 Bloodhail 5:40
A3 The Big Gloom 8:06
B1 Hunter 9:45
B2 Telephony 4:38
B3 Who Would Leave Their Son Out In The Sun? 5:19
B4 There Is No Food 4:00
The Future
C1 Waiting For Black Metal Records To Come In The Mail 6:17
C2 Holy Fucking Shit: 40,000 6:28
C3 The Future 3:50
D1 Deep, Deep 5:25
D2 I Don't Love 6:13
D3 Earthmover 11:28

Credits

  • Written-By – Dan*, Tim*

Notes

Standard black vinyl

The Flenser website:
"The reissue of Deathconsciousness will come in a thick case-wrapped gatefold jacket. The jacket features a new layout by Niels Geybels with some additional text by the band. All variations of the album come with the 70+ page zine made from the same files as earlier editions. The lacquers were cut by Dave at Lucky Lacquers. This is a much louder and more dynamic cut than the previous issue of the album."

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
EL01 Have A Nice Life Deathconsciousness ‎(2xCDr, Album, Sli) Enemies List Home Recordings EL01 US 2008
EL01, FR42 Have A Nice Life Deathconsciousness ‎(2xLP, Album, RP) Enemies List Home Recordings, Flenser Records EL01, FR42 US 2018
EL04, FR42 Have A Nice Life Deathconsciousness ‎(2xLP, Ltd, RE, RP, Cok) Enemies List Home Recordings, Flenser Records EL04, FR42 US 2019
EL04 Have A Nice Life Deathconsciousness ‎(2xLP, Album) Enemies List Home Recordings EL04 US 2009
FR42, EL04 Have A Nice Life Deathconsciousness ‎(2xLP, Ltd, RP, Red) Flenser Records, Enemies List Home Recordings FR42, EL04 US 2016


Comments: (9)
Jozrone
Ever dubious about the quality of this thing. What could be considered the highest quality source for this record to make a new master from? Thought all the original recordings were lost.
Windbearer
All of the newest editions put out by The Flenser, according to them, are "remastered". according to their store page:"The engineer that cut the first Flenser edition of Deathconsciousness felt that he could improve the quality of the pressing. The result is a louder and clearer edition of the most important record we have ever been a part of. Pressed at RTI. All print work is identical to the previous edition."I also have heard the original recordings were lost. I assume the newest pressings are the best quality you can get but i don't have two different pressings to compare.
Wenyost
What happened ? This is out of stock everywhere for no apparent reason. I remember this edition being supposedly unlimited.
Naril
Didn't the warehouse with the last remaining copies of this pressing burn down? I seem to remember Flenser announcing that.
Уou ll never walk alone
The Flenser added 3 copies to their store on April 28 and on the store page it said in bold letters a new pressing was in the works. Since the remaining copies sold out, the store page for it has been taken down. They should've kept that page up to let people know they're repressing it, but there's a link to I Don't Love posted on April 22 talking about this on their Facebook.
Shou
The Flenser said that they're working on another pressing of it, but I have no idea when it's going to be done.
Velan
I've been searching around everywhere and I can't find a single store online that sells this version. Would gladly love to hear about where I can get a copy, because this is ridiculous.
6snake6
How thick would you say this pressing is compared to the 180g version? Is it like the Unnatural World's pressing?
Gholbirius
it seems slightly smaller than the unnatural world pressing, but i doubt it makes a huge difference considering the way the album was produced.