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Lungfish - Indivisible flac album Performer: Lungfish
Title: Indivisible
Style: Art Rock
Released: 1997
Country: US
MP3 album: 1660 mb
FLAC album: 1313 mb
Rating: 4.9
Other formats: XM FLAC MP2 WAV ADX MP1 AAC
Genre: Rock

Indivisible by Lungfish, released 01 April 1997 1. Indivisible 2. You Did Not Exist 3. e fu 4. Urania 5. Organ Harvest 6. Yellow Sun 7. William Fuld 8. Tick Tock 9. Cut To Fit The Mouth 10. Fill The Days 11. Sin To Live Lungfish's fifth full-length LP, released in 1997. Got it. + add. album.

Album Name Indivisible. Лейблы Dischord Records. Recorded at Inner Ear Studio. Музыкальный стильIndie Rock. Владельцы этого альбома0. 2. You Did Not Exist.

Album · 1997 · 11 Songs. See All. Talking Songs for Walking, Necklace of Heads.

You Did Not Exist, 05:21.

Eleven tracks are present on Indivisible, and five of them are instrumentals. In artwork and mood, this is very much Lungfish's "black" album. An emotional release is frozen in the active grieving anger that is Indivisible. Sonic Youth-like, distorted but trebly guitar sounds united with a rock-and-brooding rhythm section. Lungfish's art-rock catharsis is marked by dissonance or simplicity for a melody and sparseness or heavy hurtling from drums and warm bass.

Indivisible may refer to: Method of indivisibles, the historical name of what is now known as Cavalieri's principle. Indivisible movement, a progressive movement initiated as a reaction to the election of Donald Trump as US President in 2016. Indivisible, a novel by Fanny Howe (2003). French ship Indivisible (1799). Indivisible (2016 film), a 2016 Italian film. Indivisible (2018 film), a 2018 American film. Indivisible (video game). Indivisible, album by Lungfish (band) 1997.


A1 Indivisible
A2 You Did Not Exist
A3 e=fu
A4 Urania
A5 Organ Harvest
B1 Yellow Sun
B2 William Fuld
B3 Tick Tock
B4 Cut To Fit The Mouth
B5 Fill The Days
B6 Sin To Live


  • Bass – Sean Meadows
  • Drums – Mitchell W. Feldstein
  • Guitar – Asa Osborne
  • Mixed By – Don Zientara, Lungfish
  • Recorded By – Don Zientara
  • Vocals – Daniel Higgs

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
DIS106CD Lungfish Indivisible ‎(CD, Album) Dischord Records DIS106CD US 1997
DIS106V Lungfish Indivisible ‎(LP, Album) Dischord Records DIS106V US 1997
DIS106V Lungfish Indivisible ‎(LP, Album, RE) Dischord Records DIS106V US 2012

Comments: (2)
There is a rare UK pressing of this pressed by DAMONT with a 'Made in England' sleeve. The cover is matt textured card. Plain inner.
THE ROILING INTERIOR of lungfish has now erupted and exposed itself. They've become a mountain so large it creates it's own weather. For a band to produce a record of such universal complexity and possessing an even balance of life zone atmospheric qualities - is a pleasant surprise after 1995s atonement "Sound In Time." (I like it well enough, but rarely play it anymore.) If this quartet were just feeling each other out that go round, then they've gotten to know each other covalently in "Indivisible." At the helm in engineering and twisting knobs for the fourth consecutive time is Don Zientara whom I would say knows the band's sound as good, if not better, than the band itself. Michell Feldstein (drums) and Sean Meadows (bass) are one of the best rhythm sections in rock at present. They are the fabric of the mantra. Daniel Higgs sounds clear and strong but it's the guitar playing of Asa Osborne that tunes me in deeper. Pulling out of his hat; a whole slew of new melodies and bashing chords that are the framework of this LP as well as the band's overall sound. The choice to fill the album with mood pieces, instro's such as "e=fu," "Urania" (sounding like a 4-track out of studio experience); the howling fsa-drone of "William Fuld" or the upbeat casio melody of "Cut To Fit The Mouth" - makes this a repeatable experience all the more often. It closes with "Sin To Live" a short distant piano and cello piece adding tap of a plastic pail - a brief voice from what sounds like a phone line enters then fades away. This is it. This is the one. Pass and Stow just met it's maker.