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Performer: Yellowcard
Genre: Rock
Title: Lights And Sounds
Country: US
Released: 2011
Style: Punk, Pop Rock
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For a start, it's pop-punk, and fairly unambitious stuff at that. But for the violin's famous presence in Yellowcard's range of instrumentation, there's very little to set them apart on paper from other less talented and less successful bands.

Modifier l'album Reporter une erreur. Punk-Rock Yellowcard. Date de parution 24 Janvier 2006. Style MusicalPunk-Rock. Membres possèdant cet album11. 1. Three Flights Up. 2. Lights and Sounds. 4. Sure Thing Falling.

Lights and Sounds is a bigger, broader album from their platinum debut album Ocean Avenue, that finds Yellowcard moving away from songs about breakups and onto more expansive themes of artifice, war, and adulthood. The guitars are tougher, the songs more intricate and encompass a wider spectrum of musical styles, which is evident the title track. Lights and Sounds is a statement of intent: Yellowcard has grown up. Never "just kids" to begin with, the -Florida quintet tackles thornier subjects than on 2003's Ocean Avenue, while taking a more ambitious approach towards their already proficient musicianship. Sean Mackin's surprisingly well integrated violin playing has always been a big part of their sound, but now they've upped the ante.

A diverse album, it has acoustic moments in addition to the pop punk you expect from Yellowcard. If you're going to listen to some pop punk, I would pick this album over the whiny crap excreted by GC and SP anyday. 0 of 0 users found this helpful.

Lights and Sounds is a bigger, broader album that finds Yellowcard moving away from songs about breakups and onto more expansive themes of artifice, war, and adulthood. The guitars are tougher, the songs more intricate and encompassing a wider spectrum of musical styles. From the title track, "Lights And Sounds," which explodes with the relentless drumming of Longineu Parsons III and a buzzing guitar attack to the soft, grandiose "How I Go," featuring a 25-piece orchestra conducted by violinist Sean Mackin, Lights And Sounds is a huge leap for Yellowcard

Album Lights and Sounds. Rough Landing, Holly Lyrics. Left the ground In black and white And when the plane went down The colors all around I know by now The margin’s slight And still I can't get out She's all I think about, can't let her go It's who you know  . According to Ryan, Holly symbolizes the band’s hatred for Los Angeles while the album was in development. Holly became this person on the record who appears in a lot of the songs, and at times you love her and at times you hate her. At times she’s good to you and sometimes she’s bad. -Ryan Key.

Southern Air is the eighth studio album by American rock band Yellowcard. It was released on August 14, 2012 through Hopeless Records. The songs "Always Summer" and "Here I Am Alive" were released as singles, the latter featuring Taylor Jardine of We Are the In Crowd. The album also features guest appearances by Alex Gaskarth of All Time Low and American recording artist Cassadee Pope.

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A1 Three Flights Up 1:23
A2 Lights And Sounds 3:28
A3 Down On My Head 3:32
A4 Sure Thing Falling 3:42
A5 City Of Devils
Dobro – Benjamin Harper
4:23
A6 Rough Landing, Holly 3:33
A7 Two Weeks From Twenty
Trumpet – Printz Board
4:18
B1 Waiting Game 4:15
B2 Martin Sheen Or JFK 3:46
B3 Space Travel 3:47
B4 Grey 3:00
B5 Words, Hands, Hearts 4:24
B6 How I Go
Vocals [Additional] – Natalie Maines
4:32
B7 Holly Wood Died 4:39

Credits

  • A&R – Louie Bandak, Ron Laffitte
  • Bass – Nick France
  • Bass, Piano, Backing Vocals, Guitar – Peter Mosely
  • Cello – Christine Choi, Paul Wiancko, Victor Lawrence
  • Clarinet – Don Foster
  • Drums – Longineu Parsons III*
  • Engineer [Mix Assistant] – Femio Hernandez
  • Engineer [Pro Tools] – Travis Huff
  • Flute – Amy Tatum, Cathy Cho
  • Guitar [Additional] – Benjamin Harper (tracks: 3, 4, 8, 10 to 12)
  • Guitar [Additional], Composed By, Performer – Benjamin Harper (tracks: 5, 14)
  • Horns – Danielle Ondarza, Teag Reaves
  • Lead Vocals, Guitar, Bass – Ryan Key
  • Lyrics By – Longineu Parsons (tracks: 1), Peter Mosely (tracks: 1, 6), Ryan Key, Sean Mackin (tracks: 1)
  • Mastered By – Ted Jensen
  • Mixed By – Tom Lord-Alge
  • Music By – Longineu Parsons (tracks: 3 to 5, 7, 8, 10 to 12, 14), Peter Mosely (tracks: 2 to 14), Ryan Key (tracks: 2 to 14), Sean Mackin (tracks: 3 to 5, 7, 8, 10 to 12, 14)
  • Oboe – Maya Barrera
  • Percussion – Nick Stoup
  • Photography By – Chris Bilheimer
  • Producer – Neal Avron
  • Recorded By – Bradley Cook, Neal Avron
  • Strings [Written And Arranged By] – Peter Mosely (tracks: 8), Sean Mackin
  • Trumpet – Dave Costello
  • Viola – Brett Banuducci*, Jerome Gordon, Rodney Wirtz
  • Violin – Alyssa Park, Grace Oh, Liane Mautner, Mark Robertson , Michaela Skeating, Paul Henning , Sam Fischer*, Tritia Lee*
  • Violin, Backing Vocals, Mandolin – Sean Mackin

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
CDP 7243 5 70960 2 7 Yellowcard Lights And Sounds ‎(CD, Album) Capitol Records CDP 7243 5 70960 2 7 US 2006
0946 3 54143 2 5 Yellowcard Lights And Sounds ‎(CD, Album) Capitol Records 0946 3 54143 2 5 Europe 2006
094634825726 Yellowcard Lights And Sounds ‎(CD, Enh) Capitol Records 094634825726 Europe 2006
CDEMCJ (WFL) 6278 Yellowcard Lights And Sounds ‎(CD, Album, Copy Prot.) Capitol Records CDEMCJ (WFL) 6278 South Africa 2006
0946 3482572 6, 0946 348257 2 6, 0946 3 48257 2 6, Yellowcard Lights And Sounds ‎(CD, Album, Copy Prot. + DVD-V, Multichannel, PAL, ) Capitol Records, Capitol Records, Capitol Records, Capitol Records, Capitol Records, Capitol Records 0946 3482572 6, 0946 348257 2 6, 0946 3 48257 2 6, Australia 2006