The For Carnation - Fight Songs download album
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Fight Songs is an EP by The For Carnation, released on April 6, 1995 by Matador Records. All tracks written by Grant Barger, John Herndon, Doug McCombs, Brian McMahan and David Pajo. Adapted from the Fight Songs liner notes
soundtrack from the game Team Fortress . .
Merciless Death Metal Madness from Belgium. Carnation is with Vincent Verstrepen and 4 others. 18 June at 02:00 ·. We will return to a SOLD OUT Rockhouse Salzburg this Friday to perform as direct support for Cannibal Corpse.
As sparse and stealthy as ever, the For Carnation's songs now have a heightened, eye-of-the-storm drama that sets every creeping bassline, guitar, or keyboard fill into stark relief. Tense strings, spacey echoes, and other dark sonic details punctuate Brian McMahan's hushed vocals, coloring them somewhere between reflective and threatening. Though the ghost of jazzy, Tortoise-style post-rock still hovers around "Snoother," songs like the spectral "Tales (Live From the Crypt)," the soundtrack-ready "Emp.
Fight Songs and Marshmallows trod too close to conventional post-rock territory to make much of an impression, but this eponymous album, while not the aesthetic breakthrough Spiderland was, is miles beyond anything McMahan has done before. It may, in fact, be the album he'd always meant to make. This album is the sonic equivalent of standing on a deserted dock at midnight and watching fog roll towards you with a nagging feeling in your gut that some evil presence is near. Man's Blues" and "Moonbeams" ooze so slowly from the speakers that even the reverb sounds mired in sludge.
Fight Songs is the fourth studio album by American alternative country band Old 97's, first released on April 27, 1999. It features the song "Murder (Or a Heart Attack)", which was ranked on Blender magazine's list of "500 Greatest Songs From 1980-2005. The group's second record on Elektra Records, Fight Songs is more slick and pop-oriented than the group's previous efforts, a trend continued on 2001's Satellite Rides.
Home Styles For Carnation, The releases Fight Songs. For Carnation, The. Release title: For Carnation, The - Fight Songs. Photo of For Carnation, The - Fight Songs. More albums of For Carnation, The: Marshmallows. This album was released on the label Matador (catalog number olé 131-2). This album was released in 1995-03-00 year.
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|1||Grace Beneath The Pines||7:46|
|2||How I Beat The Devil||1:36|
|3||Get And Stay Get March||5:56|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Matador Records Inc
- Copyright (c) – Matador Records Inc
- Copyright (c) – Neatly Folded Music
- Pressed By – Specialty Records Corporation
- Made By – WEA Manufacturing
- Arranged By, Transcription By [String Arrangements Transcribed By], Strings, Performer [String Arrangements Performed By] – Andrew Bonacci, The London Symphony*
- Engineer [Engineering] – Grant Barger
- Layout – Dan Osborn, Tim Furnish
- Mastered By – Greg Calbi
- Painting [Cover Painting By] – Elizabeth Kelly
- Photography By [Photographs By] – Noel Saltzman
- Written-By, Performer [Performed By], Bass – Doug McCombs*
- Written-By, Performer [Performed By], Drums – John Herndon
- Written-By, Performer [Performed By], Guitar – David Pajo
- Written-By, Performer [Performed By], Guitar, Vocals [Vocal], Programmed By [Programming] – Brian McMahan
Notes© 1995 neatly folded music [BMI]
c and p 1995 Matador Records
[on back cover]
© 1995 Neatly Folded Music
Made in the USA by WEA Mfg
© ℗ 1995 Matador Records Inc
Catalog number 'olé 131-2' on spine, 'OLE 131-2' on CD
Packaging: 4-panel, black plastic Digipak
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout: S[Specialty Records Corporation Logo] 3 OLE0131-2 SRC**01 M1S1
- Rights Society (Neatly Folded Music): BMI
|olé 131-4P||The For Carnation||Fight Songs (Cass, Maxi, Promo)||Matador||olé 131-4P||US||1995|