Spoon - Transference album flac
Style: Alternative Rock, Indie Rock
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Transference is the seventh studio album by the American indie rock band Spoon. It was released on January 18, 2010 in Europe and on January 19 in North America. In Australia, it was released on January 15 through Spunk Records. The album debuted at number 4 on the Billboard 200 chart, selling 53,000 copies in its first week. As of June 2013 it has sold 183,000 copies in United States. The cover shows an untitled 1970 photo by the American photographer William Eggleston.
Complete your Spoon collection. One of my favourite albums on vinyl. The music pops on wax. Amazing vocals, bass and studio effects. Play it loud enough and it's like the band is in the room. Underrated album by this band. Reply Notify me Helpful. referencing Transference, LP, Album, MRG365. Couldn't be happier with this one! Another great example of how a vinyl record can be perfectly made. It's flawless and it sounds quite stunning. The album itself is a great one.
A fitting title, Transference, takes the listener’s expectations of a highly produced Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga (2007) to a more organic listen that echoes back to the band’s early days. A strong album to say the least, it has the same Spoon we love, but with new twists that make it a little darker, simpler, and grainy. Because it was self-produced, we get a more Spoon-esque listening experience, the way we imagine they want us to hear it. But there is one thing that hinders the transfer of the electrifying Spoon-esque vibe: the lyrics.
Transference Tracklist. 1. Before Destruction Lyrics.
Given Spoon’s reputation for consistency, it’s not a surprise that Transference is good. However, it manages to be good in surprising ways. This time, the band’s quest to get to the heart of their songs led them to take matters into their own hands and produce this album themselves - a first, which seems somewhat remarkable, considering the band’s tight control over their sound.
Listen free to Spoon – Transference (Before Destruction, Is Love Forever? and more). Britt Daniels and cohorts apocolyptically prepare passionate romantics towards felicity in this seldom purchased and puzzeling to percieve work. Lights go on, lights go off - do you wonder where the room comes from, goes to? Spoon answers this question with vague threats towards our voyeuristic older generations. An album that has delighted some to madness: Transference! Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last.
Their first since 2007’s Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga (titled before Lady Gaga was born!), a US top ten album, bravely forsakes its cheery-loser anthems and taps into veins Spoon were staring at on such previous darker hits as I Turn My Camera On. The persistent, nagging falsetto and determination to stay in a groove until it’s yielded all possible fruits and only then quit it reminds you of Prince: if Camera was their Kiss, much here is their If I Was Your Girlfriend.
Ga Ga Ga Ga Ga, from 2007, saw Spoon reach their apex in this regard; a record where auditory adventurousness (see 'The Ghost of You. Lingers') and pop nous ('The Underdog') not only sat comfortably side by side, but where the former actually served the needs of the latter, as on the modernised Motown of 'You Got Yr.
Spoon - Transference (Image courtesy of Merge). I was 24 when I first found Spoon, after a friend loaned me A Series of Sneaks. I lived in San Antonio, seventy miles south of Austin, TX. As a result of the proximity, I've seen Spoon play live more times than any other band. I've, on numerous occasions, shamelessly tried to endear myself to Britt Daniel (to no avail.
|2||Is Love Forever?||2:07|
|3||The Mystery Zone||5:50|
|4||Who Makes Your Money||3:44|
|5||Written In Reverse||4:18|
|6||I Saw The Light||5:31|
|7||Trouble Comes Running||3:06|
|9||Out Go The Lights||4:34|
|11||Nobody Gets Me But You||4:57|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Headz
- Copyright (c) – Headz
- Artwork By – Britt Daniel, Matthew Agoglia
- Engineer [2nd Mix] – Cameron Barton (tracks: 1, 4, 6,10, 11)
- Engineer [2nd] – Jim Vollentine (tracks: 1, 7,9)
- Engineer [Additional] – Brad Bell (tracks: 6,9, 11), Jim Eno (tracks: 6, 9, 11)
- Engineer [Assistant] – Tom Gloady
- Engineer [Mix] – Ryan Castle (tracks: 1, 4, 6,10, 11)
- Mastered By – Howie Weinberg
- Mixed By – Britt Daniel (tracks: 8), D Sardy* (tracks: 1, 4,6, 10, 11), Mike McCarthy (tracks: 7), Nicolas Vernhes (tracks: 2, 3,5, 6, 9)
- Performer – Britt Daniel, Eric Harvey, Jim Eno, Rob Pope*
- Photography By [Cover Image] – William Eggleston
- Producer – Britt Daniel, Jim Eno
- Producer [Additional] – Mike McCarthy (tracks: 1, 7,9)
- Recorded By – Britt Daniel, Nicolas Vernhes
- Sequenced By – Matthew Agoglia
- Written-By – Britt Daniel
Notes6 Panel Digipak
Recorded by Nicols Vernhes at Rare Book Room, Brooklyn and by Britt Daniel at the Catacomb, Portland. Except track 7 recorded at Lola's Room at the Crystal Ballroom, Portland. Additional production on 1, 2, 9 by Mike McCarthy at Mob House, Austin. Additional engineering on 6, 9, 11 by Jim Eno & Brad Bell at Public Hi-Fi, Austin.
Tracks 1, 4, 6, 10 & 11 mixed at Hillside Manor, Los Angeles.
Tracks 2, 3, 5, 6 & 9 mixed at Rare Book Room, Brooklyn.
Track 7 mixed at Mob House, Austin.
Track 8 mixed at the Catacomb, Portland.
℗ & © 2010 Headz under licence to Spunk Records.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (As Printed): 5 099962 650120
- Barcode (Scanned): 5099962650120
- Mastering SID Code: ifpi LN96
- Mould SID Code: IFPI 6Z03
- Matrix / Runout: 123905.1
- Other: REGENCY MEDIA
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