The Magic Numbers - Album flac album
Style: Indie Rock
MP3 album: 1415 mb
FLAC album: 1240 mb
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Redirected from Hymn For Her). The Magic Numbers is the self-titled debut album from The Magic Numbers. It was nominated for a Mercury Music Prize in 2005. Songwriting duties were taken by Romeo Stodart as was much of the musical composition and arrangement. It incorporated the earlier single release of "Hymn for Her" as a hidden track. The album incorporates many folk elements within the main indie sound which resounds throughout.
All song titles serve as redirects to this album, have their own pages, or have been placed at the appropriate disambiguation pages. Hraefen Talk 16:25, 20 July 2006 (UTC). Fair use rationale for Image:TheMagicNumbers. Image:TheMagicNumbers. jpg is being used on this article. Please participate in the redirect discussion if you wish to do so. Richhoncho (talk) 10:39, 7 April 2019 (UTC). php?title Talk:The Magic Numbers (album)&oldid 891350369".
The Magic is the thirteenth studio album by Deerhoof, released in June 2016 through Polyvinyl. In April 2016, Deerhoof announced The Magic, its first studio album since their 2014 La Isla Bonita. Joseph Baughman created the music video for the album's "The Devil and his Anarchic Surrealist Retinue". Baughman described his style as a slow-motion improvisation. The clay animated video features chessboard pieces and multicolored minotaurs.
It all glides by easily enough on its surface, but dig a little deeper and The Magic Numbers reveals itself to be not just a crashing bore, but an irritating one since it not only lacks one song with an undeniable, memorable hook, but the self-satsified vibe of the band combined with Stodart's reedy whine makes the Magic Numbers feel not.
Album Name The Magic Numbers. Data de lançamento 13 Junho 2005. Labels EMI Records Heavenly Recordings. Estilo de MúsicaIndie Rock. Membros têm este álbum1.
The Magic Numbers are an English pop rock band comprising two pairs of brothers and sisters from Hanwell. The group was formed in 2002, releasing their debut album titled The Magic Numbers on 13 June 2005. Their follow-up album, Those the Brokes was released on 6 November 2006, The Runaway was released on 6 June 2010, and their most recent album Alias was released on 18 August 2014.
The Magic Numbers began recording the album in late 2004 at the Metropolis Studios in Chiswick .
The Magic Numbers is the self-titled debut album from The Magic Numbers. The Runaway is the third album from London indie-rock band The Magic Numbers. The Stodart and Gannon siblings reveal a rather upbeat side on this offering, compared to their 2006 release Those the Brokes. The album features string arrangements by Robert Kirby (Nick Drake, Elvis Costello), who died in 2009, with The Runaway ultimately proving to be his final piece of work.
|1||A Start With No Ending|
|2||Dreams Of A Revelation|
|3||Hurt So Good|
|5||Once I Had|
|9||Sound Of Something|
|10||The Song That No One Knows|
|11||Throwing My Heart Away|
|12||Why Did You Call?|
NotesEarly Promo version of the album 'The Runaway' before it had an official title.
Track List is in a different running order to the final release
Comes in plastic sleeve with single-sided insert.
**THIS CD IS WATERMARKED AND IS MATCHED TO EACH RECIPIENT**
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|HVN2LP73||The Magic Numbers||The Runaway (2xLP, Album + 7", S/Sided, Single)||Heavenly||HVN2LP73||UK||2010|
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|HVN2LP73||The Magic Numbers||The Runaway (2xLP, Album + LP, EP + Ltd)||Heavenly||HVN2LP73||UK||2010|