Performer: The The Title: Solitude Style: Alternative Pop/Rock,Alternative/Indie Rock,College Rock,Post-Punk,Dance-Rock Duration: 50:00 Relesed: 1993 Rating: 4.5 Votes: 354 Other formats: AU VQF DXD MP4 MP3 APE
Solitude by In My Despair, released 19 April 2018 1. Welcome To M. .2. Fears 3. Set The Fire 4. 10 Steps 5. Solitude 6. When I Can't Stop The Way 7. Passion 8. My Rainy June 9. Emptiness In My Head 10. Despair. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card.
For the most part, it's an entertaining, compelling album, but that's not to say the original versions of most of the songs aren't superior. Some tracks definitely fared better upon original release. That Was the Day" is a slower, somewhat goofy alternate version of The The's minor classic "This Is the Da. It's weakest element seems to be the cheap-sounding keyboard that dominates the mix. It's almost as if the song has been turned into a theme song for a children's television program. Dis-infected" in no way improves on the.
Solitude confirms that this is not the case. King Midas Sound’s fourth album feels like a plunge into the abyss. Without exaggeration, it is one of the bleakest testaments to heartbreak in the annals of recorded sound. Its atmosphere resembles that of a collapsed star-black, isolated, unfathomably dense. These 60 minutes pass like a dark night of the soul, stretched out to eternity.
The Metal Mind album then has a version of Transcendiing Sentinels with the original vocalist singing. He's not bad, but he's no Rob Lowe! The Brainticket album has a rather murky (rehearsal?) recording of unreleased song, CIty of Armageddon. This one is a good up-tempo one, as fast as anything on the album. Simply put, this 1990 debut by Solitude Aeturnus is the best album I’ve ever heard. Their subsequent releases, especially Beyond the Crimson Horizon, came very close to matching it, but none were fully successful in doing so. This is one of those albums where everything comes together – vocals, songwriting, even the production – as weak as it is, it adds to the epic nature of the disc, something which would be lacking with a modern, ultra-crisp production job.
That Was the Day
Jealous of Youth
The Violence of Truth
Another Boy Drowning
Eddie DeLange / Duke Ellington / Irving Mills
Fred Mills / Fred Neil
Dogs of Lust
Danny Cummings - Percussion Eddie DeLange - Composer James Eller - Bass, Guitar (Bass) Duke Ellington - Composer Mark Feltham - Harmonica Jim Fitting - Harmonica Nick Hunt - Assistant Engineer Matt Johnson - Bass, Composer, Guitar, Guitar (Electric), Harmonica, Melodica, Organ, Piano, Producer, Remixing, Strings, Vocals Keith Joyner - Guitar (Electric), Vocals Felix Kendall - Engineer, Mixing Andy Kubiszewski - Drums Bruce Lampcov - Engineer, Mixing Engineer, Producer, Remixing Johnny Marr - Guitar, Guitar (Baritone), Guitar (Bass), Guitar (Electric), Harmonica Fred Mills - Composer Irving Mills - Composer Owen Morris - Engineer Roli Mosimann - Producer Fred Neil - Composer Jared Michael Nickerson - Bass Richard Norris - Assistant Engineer Dee Palmer - Drums Andrew Poppy - Strings Ashley Slater - Trombone Bruce Smith - Drums Rob Sutton - Remixing The The - Primary Artist Howie Weinberg - Mastering Wix - Organ (Hammond)