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The Young Gods - Everybody Knows flac-Album

The Young Gods - Everybody Knows flac-Album

Darsteller:
The Young Gods
Album:
Everybody Knows
Land:
Freigegeben:
05 Nov 2010
Label:
Two Gentlemen Records
Katalog:
TWOGTL 011-2
Genre:
Stil:
Alternative Rock, Industrial
Größe des MP3-Archivs:
1586 mb
Größe des FLAC-Archivs:
2036 mb

Trackliste

1No Land's Man5:01
2Mr. Sunshine7:03
3Two To Tango3:35
4Blooming4:48
5Aux Anges2:21
6Once Again8:08
7Introducing3:53
8Sirius Business0:42
9Miles Away9:58
10Tenter Le Grillage4:51

Versionen

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
TWOGTL 011-PROMOThe Young Gods Everybody Knows ‎(CD, Album, Promo)Two Gentlemen RecordsTWOGTL 011-PROMOSwitzerland2010
TWOGTL 011The Young Gods Everybody Knows ‎(2xLP, Album)Two Gentlemen RecordsTWOGTL 011Germany2010

Credits

  • DesignIch&Kar
  • Engineer [Assistant]Bertrand Siffert, Janek Busse, Léandre Gutknecht, Nelson De Souza
  • Management, Executive ProducerChristian Fighera, Patrick David
  • Mastered ByGeorge Marino
  • Mixed By, EngineerRoli Mosimann
  • Percussion [Additional], Synthesizer [Additional]Roli Mosimann
  • PerformerAl Comet, Bernard Trontin, Franz Treichler, The Young Gods, Vincent Hänni
  • Photography By [Picture]Dominic Kamp
  • ProducerFranz Treichler, Roli Mosimann
  • Written-ByRoli Mosimann (tracks: 2 to 6, 8), TYG

Anmerkungen

Recorded at ICP (B), Saraswati (P) and Artamis (CH) Studios.

Mixed and engineered at Relief studios (CH).

Mastered at Sterling Sound NYC.

℗ & © Two Gentleman 2010

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 7 640110 935736
  • Matrix / Runout: Sony DADC A0101676246-0101 15 A00
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L555
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 94V6
  • Label Code: LC 15057

Unternehmen

  • Recorded At – ICP Recording Studios
  • Recorded At – Saraswati Studios
  • Recorded At – Artamis Studios
  • Mixed At – Relief Studio
  • Engineered At – Relief Studio
  • Mastered At – Sterling Sound
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Two Gentlemen Records
  • Copyright (c) – Two Gentlemen Records
  • Manufactured By – Sony DADC – A0101676246-0101

Video

Album

Everybody Knows is the seventh studio album by post-industrial band The Young Gods. All music written and performed by The Young Gods. Sirius Business - 0:42. Blooming - 4:48. No Land's Man - 5:01. Mister Sunshine - 7:03. Miles Away - 9:58. Two to Tango - 3:35. Introducing - 3:53. Tenter le Grillage - 4:51. Aux Anges - 2:21. Once Again - 8:08. The Young Gods official website. Everybody Knows - The Young Gods. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Everybody Knows by The Young Gods, released 05 November 2010 1. Sirius Business 2. Blooming 3. No Land's Man 4. Mister Sunshine 5. Miles Away 6. Two To Tango 7. Introducing 8. Tenter Le Grillage 9. Aux Anges 10. Once Again The Young Gods have released a breathtaking new album called Everybody knows , a subtle blend of acoustic, electric, electronic, vintage and avant-garde. It stands as a world of its own, and builds on the bands recent experiences Knock On Wood, Play Woodstock and on their majestic past TV Sky, Second Nature. The intr. Everybody Knows is the 11th studio album, released on November 5, 2010 on Two Gentlemen. Al Comet, Franz Treichler, Bernard Trontin and Vincent Hänni Additional percussions and synthetisers by Roli Mosimann. 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 8 written by TYG and Roli Mosimann 1, 7, 9 and 10 written by TYG. Album 2010 10 Songs. Everybody Knows The Young Gods. The Young Gods - Everybody Knows 2010. To favorites 4 Download album. Listen album. The Young Gods. Songs in album The Young Gods - Everybody Knows 2010. The Young Gods - Sirius Business. The Young Gods - Blooming. The Young Gods - No Land's Man. The Young Gods - Mister Sunshine. The Young Gods - Miles Away. The Young Gods - Two To Tango. The Young Gods - Introducing. The Young Gods - Tenter Le Grillage. The Young God. Listen free to The Young Gods Everybody Knows Sirius Business, Blooming and more. 10 tracks 50:20. Everybody Knows feels like the accumulation of decades' worth of experiences and the continual renewal of one's desire to keep moving forward while keeping the origins more subtle in terms of influences than straight up blatant in your face. Tenter Le Grillage and No Land's Man may be the closest to earlier Gods sounding pieces, the first sung in french and generating a feeling not unlike Only Heaven, the latter seemingly infused with a frantic presence of Jimi Hendrix' spirit in the recording studio. Everybody Knows may not be remembered as fans' favorite full length studio album from The Young Gods, but may very well be one of their most important one. Released 2010. Everybody Knows Tracklist. Tenter le Grillage Lyrics. Once Again Lyrics. About Everybody Knows. Everybody Knows Q&A

  • After having become a fan in the late 80s upon my first listen of "L'Amourir" from a 12" vinyl record, subsequently followed by the self-titled debut album and then the absolutely masterful "L'eau Rouge", I considered myself a "fan" of TYG up until their post-"TV Sky" period which unfortunately, and quite personally felt like a re-hashed and re-heated version of their now formulaic brand. It wasn't until "Second Nature" where I reconcilled with The Gods and have tried once in a while to touch base with the project whenever I was able to be exposed to their unique sound.

    "Everybody Knows" is quite a strange acheivement, even for one of the most ever-changing and evolving post-industrial (or indusmetal) bands, as they have once and for all made certain that their decades worth of touring, recording, and exploring serve as a blueprint to where they are, or rather were, at that moment in time. A grand tour de force strictly in terms of production, TYG seem to have said a final goodbye to their heavier sampled speedcoremetal guitar riffs and frantic drummings with "Super Ready" and have now entered a different level to their sound, incorporating elements from all of their previous explorations, be it "Deconstructing Heaven" or "Music For Artificial Clouds" and infused it with a post flower-power psychedelia in the form of accoustic guitars and tight percussion work interlaced with more layers of sampling and electronics than most of their previous records. Aside from the aforementioned previous experimental albums from The Gods, "Everybody Knows" may be their most "electronic" sounding official release yet while remaining true to their form­.

    Granted, old timers who prefer their artists to remain pure to their origins, and newcommers just discovering 20 some odd years later the earlier TYG sound may not find much in common with this release, which to a certain level could be considered a sort of changing point in the band's direction. "Everybody Knows" feels like the accumulation of decades' worth of experiences and the continual renewal of one's desire to keep moving forward while keeping the origins more subtle in terms of influences than straight up blatant in your face.

    "Tenter Le Grillage" and "No Land's Man" may be the closest to earlier Gods sounding pieces, the first sung in french and generating a feeling not unlike "Only Heaven", the latter seemingly infused with a frantic presence of Jimi Hendrix' spirit in the recording studio. Personal highlights are "Mr Sunshine", a strange departure from their (un)usual selves complete with a mixture between flower power uplifting relaxation and a colder nostalgic side as well. "Blooming" and "Once Again" do offer a more modern take of the sound, not dissimilar to stuff off of "Second Nature" or "Super Ready" for that matter. My prefered piece remains "Miles Away" which is simply pure magic in the making as the piece evolves continuously while being careful grounded in its own energy and pattern. A strong contender for my own all-time favorite TYG moment alongside "La Fille De La Mort" although they do not have all that much in common, come to think of it!

    "Everybody Knows" may not be remembered as fans' favorite full length studio album from The Young Gods, but may very well be one of their most important one.