You Say Party! We Say Die! - Lose All Time flac album
Title: Lose All Time
Style: Indie Rock
MP3 album: 1282 mb
FLAC album: 1136 mb
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You Say Party (formerly You Say Party! We Say Die!) is a Canadian four-piece dance-punk new-wave band from Abbotsford, British Columbia. Their first album Hit the Floor! was released in September 2005, and the band completed their second Canadian tour, an appearance at South by Southwest and a tour of the United States, before touring the United Kingdom and Germany
Get the Tempo of the tracks from Lose All Time (2007) by You Say Party! We Say Die! . BPM Profile Lose All Time. Album starts at 98BPM, ends at 76BPM (-22), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by You Say Party! We Say Die! XXXX.
XXXX is the third full-length album by Canadian dance-punk band You Say Party (formerly You Say Party! We Say Die!), released September 29, 2009. It was the last release featuring the band's original longer name and the last album with drummer Devon Clifford (who died in April 2010). In addition to the album's title, the construction "XXXX" also appears in several of the album's song titles. In every such song, the four Xs represents the word "love".
Album by You Say Party! We Say Die!. Downtown Mayors Goodnight, Alley Kids Rule! Opportunity. Dance Floor Destroyer. MusicBrainz: Lose All Time.
Listen to music from You Say Party! We Say Die! like Monster, The Gap (Between the Rich and the Poor) & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from You Say Party! We Say Die!. We Say Die! until June 2010) is a dancepunk band which formed in Abbotsford, British Columbia, Canada in 2004. The band consists of Becky Ninkovic (vocals), Derek Adam (guitar), Stephen O'Shea (bass) and Krista Leowen (keyboards). The band took a brief hiatus in the Spring of 2010 after drummer Devon Clifford died of a brain hemorrhage on April 18, 2010 two days after collapsing on stage during a show in Vancouver.
A more consistent and thoughtful release than 2006's Hit the Floor!, which got over in part because of the band's infectious sense of fun and enthusiasm, Lose All Time is a genuinely terrific album showing that You Say Party! We Say Die! may be one of the few bands in the retro-new wave scene with the talent to last beyond their pop cultural moment. You Say Party! We Say Die! 3:19. 2. Downtown Mayors Goodnight, Alley Kids Rule! You Say Party! We Say Die! 2:28.
Adding drummer Bruce Dyck, guitarist Jason Nicholas, and second keyboardist Carissa Ropponen, You Say Party! We Say Die! began touring the western provinces and released their debut EP, Danskwad (pronounced "dance squad"), in 2004. In March 2007, the group released its sophomore album, Lose All Time. During the tour of Canada and Europe that followed the album's release, the group members found themselves breaking apart, almost to the point where they disbanded.
Lose All Time by You Say Party! We Say Die! View all albums . You Say Party. By: You Say Party! We Say Die! (2016, Electronic).
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|1||Five Year Plan||3:20|
|2||Downtown Mayors Goodnight, Alley Kids Rule!||2:29|
|4||Teenage Hit Wonder||2:39|
|6||Like I Give A Care||3:17|
|10||You're Almost There||3:15|
NotesThere is an untitled instrumental "drone" after Quiet World.
|556.4756.020||You Say Party! We Say Die!||Lose All Time (CD, Album)||PIAS Germany||556.4756.020||Germany||2007|
|NONG51CD||You Say Party! We Say Die!||Lose All Time (CD, Album)||Fierce Panda||NONG51CD||UK||2007|
|PAPER025||You Say Party! We Say Die!||Lose All Time (CD, Album)||Paper Bag Records||PAPER025||Canada||2007|
|PAPER025LP||You Say Party! We Say Die!||Lose All Time (LP, Album, Ltd)||Paper Bag Records||PAPER025LP||Canada||2007|
|VSO 0038||You Say Party! We Say Die!||Lose All Time (CD, Album, Dig)||Sideout Records||VSO 0038||Japan||2008|