Aqueduct - I Sold Gold mp3 album
|Title:||I Sold Gold|
|Date of release:||2016|
|MP3 album size:||1383 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1632 mb|
|Digital formats:||FLAC AIFF MMF AHX XM WMA ADX|
I Sold Gold (CD, Album, Promo). I Sold Gold (LP, Album, RE, Gol).
Album · 2005 · 11 Songs. I Sold Gold Aqueduct.
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I Sold Gold is the third album by Aqueduct. It was released January 25, 2005 on Barsuk Records. Two tracks, "Growing Up With GNR" and "Heart Design", released with I Sold Gold come from Aqueduct's first album, Power Ballads, which was released in 2003. The album has been described as the fusion of drum beat, synthpop, and piano which has led some to make comparisons with The Flaming Lips, Modest Mouse, and Frank Black. Hardcore Days & Softcore Nights" – 3:53.
Growing up with GNR, 03:29. Queen Don't Stop Me Now. Radio Monte Carlo Gold Collection. Leona Lewis Bleeding Love.
Fortunately, Aqueduct doesn't rely on its production values; placing even greater emphasis on songwriting. Terry's a witty lyricist, but one of his best tracks comes when he keeps the words to a minimum. He claims that he's "sold gold," but that's not the metaphor that people are going to use to describe this album; it's a struggle for me to resist it, but Terry the lyricist deserves better. aqueduct i sold gold. Brits in Hot Weather #16.
I remastered the album for vinyl manufacture late last year at RFI (the original mastering house) in Seattle and after diligently recreating the artwork, with a few new additions, I SOLD GOLD was off to the plant in Spring 2016 for production. The first pressing arrived last week and I cannot express how well the finished product turned out.
On I Sold Gold, a first-person scatter of cynical asides, relationship demands, and childhood memories inform the lyrics of Aqueduct principal David Terry's frail, fractured, push-button pop songs. I've lived my life so well/ But you put me through hell," he says in "The Unspeakable", and a piano's droopy chording is joined by random electronic noise and some skeletal live drumming. Gold is Aqueduct's first full-length for Barsuk, and it fits snugly on a roster rife with groups (Long Winters, Rilo Kiley) that crosshatch indie rock with outside influences and, most significantly, an attention to melody. Terry turns in "Frantic (Roman Polanski Version)", and its upbeat, simplistic rush is a template for Pacific Northwest indie. But "Five Star Day", "Unspeakable", and "Growing Up With GNR" are smarter, mostly because of prominent piano melodies that connect them to the swaying AM pop of a past era.
|1||The Suggestion Box|
|2||Hardcore Days & Softcore Nights|
|3||Growing Up with GNR|
|5||Five Star Day|
|8||Frantic (Roman Polanski Version)|
|10||Game Over: Thanks for Playing|
|11||The Tulsa Trap|
- Recorded At – The Echo Lab
- Recorded At – Bell Labs
- Recorded At – The Lonely Mansion
- Recorded At – The Purple Door
- Mastered At – RFI Mastering
- Copyright (c) – 2005 David Terry (BMI)
- Drums – Andrew Rudd, James McAlister, Matt Pence
- Guitar – Jason Holstrom
- Mastered By – Ed Brooks
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 814867022521
|BARK 42||Aqueduct||I Sold Gold (CD, Album)||Barsuk Records||BARK 42||US||2005|
|bark42pr||Aqueduct||I Sold Gold (CD, Album, Promo)||Barsuk Records||bark42pr||US||2005|
|none||Aqueduct||I Sold Gold (LP, Album, RE, Gol)||Aqueduct Music||none||US||2016|