The Sound 컬렉션을 완성하세요. Most people woud vote for 'From the Lion's Mouth' or 'Jeopardy' as the best Sound album but I think this is the one (and they are one of the very few bands of which I love every record), even though it is, admittedly, very bleak. I would take this over Joy Division any time. Perhaps the best album of the Eighties. 글 답글 2개 보기 나에게 알림 3 Helpful.
Album Name All Fall Down. Wydawcy Warner Music Group. Styl muzycznyPost-punk. Zarejestrowanych posiada ten album2. 2. Party of the Mind. 5. Where the Love Is. 6. Song and Dance. 7. Calling the New Tune.
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All Fall Down was panned by critics upon its release. Upon receiving the album, WEA decided not to promote it, and the band and the label parted company. In 1983, The Sound released a joint EP in collaboration with singer Kevin Hewick, This Cover Keeps Reality Unreal, on Cherry Red Records. The band were approached by several labels, ultimately signing with independent label Statik in 1984. They released an EP, Shock of Daylight, which received favourable coverage from the music press. Counting the Days (1986, Statik Records). Shock of Daylight & Heads and Hearts (1996, Renascent). Plus box set (2014, Edsel Records). Shock of Daylight, Heads and Hearts, In the Hothouse (Live), Thunder Up, Propaganda box set (2015, Edsel Records).
supported by. andrew grainger. andrew grainger great album. Slickchick This song is hauntingly good especially after a local doctor and her family were killed by the father of her kids.
The Hall & Oates pop of "Your Pretty Baby" and jittery synths of "Under the Heat" very clearly place All Fall Down at the center of the 1980s, and on too many occasions there is a longing for the band to strip off the trappings and play the songs in their barest form. Recorded in a different manner, "Another Nail" might have been a stellar Go-Betweens song - but in its moussed-up, synthed-up form it is thoroughly cringe-inducing
All Fall Down follows the Grammy Award winner’s 2009 Nonesuch solo acoustic set, Shawn Colvin Live, and her acclaimed 2006 studio record, These Four Walls, about which the Washington Post said: As with Colvin's earlier work, the songs are easy to love, with smooth surfaces to glide along if one merely wishes to skim the to. The new album was recorded in Miller’s home studio, and each song is deeply personal to Colvin, who describes All Fall Down as "an album about loss but also about redemption and resolution. The release of All Fall Down comes on the same date as William publishes her memoir, Diamond in the Rough, which insightfully and candidly looks back over a rich lifetime of highs and lows. The wit, lyricism, and empathy found in the book are traits that have long characterized Colvin’s songwriting and her live performances.