The Caribbean - Discontinued Perfume album flac
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|1||Lands And Grooves
Synthesizer – Chad Clark
|2||Mr. Let's Find Out||2:44|
|3||The Clock Tower
Piano, Keyboards, Tape – Thomas WincekVoice – Peter Cruttenden, Sylvia Bussie
Vocals – Maureen Kentoff
|5||Thank You For Talking To Me About Israel
Recorded By – TJ Lipple*Tenor Saxophone – Jeppe SkjoldTrombone – Niklas Antonson
Vocals, Bass, Electric Guitar, Piano – Brad Laner
|8||Artists In Exile
Tape – Nick ButcherVocals – Maureen Kentoff
Tape – Nick ButcherTenor Saxophone – Jeppe SkjoldVoice – Ernie Kentoff
Drums – Antoine SanfuentesVocals – Maureen Kentoff
- Recorded At – National Crayon Museum
- Drums – Don Campbell
- Drums, Bass, Vocals, Keyboards, Upright Piano – Matthew Byars
- Drums, Trumpet – Tony Dennison
- Guitar, Pedalboard, Keyboards, Banjo, Snare – Dave Jones
- Mastered By – TW Walsh*
- Mixed By – Chad Clark
- Vocals, Guitar, Keyboards, Bass, Tape – Michael Kentoff
|none||The Caribbean||Discontinued Perfume (CDr, Album, Promo)||Hometapes||none||US||2011|
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This is of course what makes them interesting. They are bound to confound your expectations several times on any given album, and if you’re into that, they’re good enough at putting these weird songs together that they can pull you in with surprising ease. Over the past few years, The Caribbean has garnered further positive press in The Washington Post, The Washington City Paper, Magnet, Tiny Mix Tapes, Uncut (UK), The Denver Post, Flak, Stylus Magazine, Harp Magazine, and Signal to Noise. On October 25, 2013, Magnet Magazine debuted the first single from The Caribbean's next release, Moon Sickness, "Imitation Ai.
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Discontinued Perfume is the band's fifth album, and on this record they've struck a nice balance between building moody, memorable songs and keeping listeners off balance. Acoustic guitar plays an important role on the album as a center for most of the songs, but it's often set against pounding drums or noticeably synthetic keyboard sounds. That song is one of the album's highlights, making good use of a simple piano part to keep the song's momentum building. The back-masking is a nice lead-in to the dream-like ambiance of the next song, "Collapsitarians"- the band clearly put some thought into the sequencing of the album. The title track generates a dreamy, psychedelic atmosphere, mixing the acoustic instruments on top of the electric ones and bringing in a strangely funky rhythm guitar part.
Me About Israel" feels like an acknowledgment of impotence, where the sudden rock-out moment - the only one like it on the album - feels intentionally strident and hollow.
The Caribbean "Discontinued Perfume" CD. Compact Disc (CD) + Digital Album. Deluxe mini-gatefold wallet with lyric insert. Featuring art direction, photography, and design by Hometapes founders Sara Padgett Heathcott and Adam Heathcott, now known as Endless Endless (endlessendless. Includes unlimited streaming of Discontinued Perfume via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. from Discontinued Perfume, released February 22, 2011.