Mark Lanegan Band - Phantom Radio flac album
Title: Phantom Radio
Country: UK & Europe
MP3 album: 1943 mb
FLAC album: 1337 mb
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Phantom Radio is the ninth studio album by alternative rock artist Mark Lanegan, performing as the "Mark Lanegan Band". It was released on October 21, 2014 on Vagrant Records. In an interview with The Quietus, Lanegan stated that he used a phone app called FunkBox to write the drum parts on some of the songs. Judgement Time - 2:29. Floor Of The Ocean - 4:52. The Killing Season - 3:46. I Am The Wolf - 3:42. Torn Red Heart - 4:01. Waltzing In Blue - 3:14.
If there really is a Mark Lanegan Band, it apparently consists of Lanegan and Alain Johannes; despite the collective billing, as on 2012's Blues Funeral, the only consistent presence besides Lanegan on 2014's Phantom Radio is producer and t Johannes, who provides the guitar and keyboards that dominate the set, giving it a clean electronic sheen, even when the album. is going for a darker, atmospheric tone on numbers such as "The Wild People" and "Judgement Time.
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Phantom Radio, though, feels like Lanegan upping his game yet again: it’s a beautiful set of songs that balances Lanegan’s ongoing interest in blues and folk with further explorations of the new terrain he started to sketch out, sometimes startlingly, with Blues Funeral songs like The Gravedigger’s Song. Indeed, part of what makes Phantom Radio so arresting is Lanegan’s approach to electronics. As he explains further elsewhere, many of the songs here were initially demoed on the Funkbox app, and many of those preset sounds are echoed in the final arrangements on the album
Phantom Radio’, his latest with the Mark Lanegan Band, is a close ally of ‘Blues Funeral’ and again finds him experimenting with electronic textures, drum machines - partly through the use of an app, FunkBox - and washes of keyboards. The music that creeps into his life also creeps into his work, with ‘Phantom Radio’ combining elements of mid-’90s pop, a few Primal Screamisms and the Krautrock edge of ‘Blues Funeral’. As he recently told the Quietus: You can't create music in a vacuum. Lanegan’s skill, though, is to take these pieces and assemble a whole that’s characteristically his;.
Modifier l'album Reporter une erreur. Date de parution 20 Octobre 2014. Labels Heavenly Recordings. Membres possèdant cet album3.
|3||Floor Of The Ocean|
|4||The Killing Season|
|6||I Am The Wolf|
|7||Torn Red Heart|
|8||Waltzing In Blue|
|9||The Wild People|
|10||Death Trip To Tulsa|
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Numbered and watermarked CDr, sent out to European journalists.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (probably just the CDr code): B3131RG19204879LH
|HVNLP106||Mark Lanegan Band||Phantom Radio (LP, Album)||Heavenly, Flooded Soil Recordings||HVNLP106||UK & Europe||2014|
|VR4237||Mark Lanegan Band||Phantom Radio (CD, Album)||Vagrant Records||VR4237||US||2014|
|HVNLP106CD||Mark Lanegan Band||Phantom Radio (CD, Album, Dig)||Heavenly, Flooded Soil Recordings||HVNLP106CD||Europe||2014|
|HVNCD106||Mark Lanegan Band||Phantom Radio (CD, Album)||Heavenly, Flooded Soil Recordings||HVNCD106||UK & Europe||2014|
|VR4236||Mark Lanegan Band||Phantom Radio (LP, Album, 180)||Vagrant Records||VR4236||US||2014|