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The War On Drugs - Lost In The Dream mp3
Interprète: The War On Drugs
Titre: Lost In The Dream
Publié sur: 18 Mar 2014
Label: Secretly Canadian
Pays: US
Style: Indie Rock
Catalogue #: SC310
Genre: Rock
Classement: 4.8
Votes: 054
Formats: 2 × Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Purple Haze
Taille du MP3: 2420 mb

Tracklist

1Disappearing
Bass [Mutron II Bass] – Dave HartleyEffects [Pitch Transposer], Drum Programming [Additional] – Jeff ZeiglerElectric Piano [Flux Wurlitzer] – Robbie BennettMusic By – Granduciel, Michael Johnson Synthesizer [Arp 2600] – Michael Johnson Vocals, Electric Guitar [Electric Firebird Guitars], Slide Guitar, Synthesizer, Piano, Electric Piano [Space Wurlitzer], Drums, Drum [Linn Drum], Harmonica – Adam Granduciel
6:51
2In Reverse
Bass – Dave HartleyDrums, Percussion – Charlie Hall Piano – Robbie BennettTambourine – Nicolas VernhesVocals, Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Synthesizer, Piano, Percussion, Performer [Publison] – Adam Granduciel
7:41
3Red Eyes
Baritone Saxophone – Jon NatchezBass [Fretless], Percussion – Dave HartleyDrums – Pat BerkeryUpright Piano, Organ – Robbie BennettVocals, Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Twelve-String Guitar [Mitch Easter's Hagstrom 12 Strings], Synthesizer [Arp String Synthesizer] – Adam Granduciel
4:59
4Eyes To The Wind
Baritone Saxophone – Jon NatchezBass – Dave HartleyDrums – Charlie Hall Lap Steel Guitar – Mike Sobel Pedal Steel Guitar – Ricky Ray JacksonSaxophone – Joseph ShabasonUpright Piano, Grand Piano, Synthesizer [Arp String Synthesizer] – Robbie BennettVocals, Harmonica, Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Electric Piano [Space Rhodes], Synthesizer [Arp Omni II] – Adam Granduciel
5:54
5Suffering
Bass – Dave HartleyDrums – Pat BerkeryOrgan – Nicolas VernhesPedal Steel Guitar – Ricky Ray JacksonSaxophone – Joseph ShabasonVocals, Electric Guitar, Guitar [Black Box Guitar], Electric Piano [Wurlitzer], Electric Piano [Fender Rhodes], Piano, Synthesizer – Adam Granduciel
6:01
6Under The Pressure
Baritone Saxophone – Jon NatchezBass – Dave HartleyDrums, Percussion – Charlie Hall Synthesizer [Arp 2600] – Michael Johnson Vocals, Electric Guitar, Piano, Synthesizer, Other [MS16 Dubs] – Adam Granduciel
8:51
7An Ocean In Between The Waves
Bass – Dave HartleyDrums – Jon AshleyElectric Piano [Mutron Rhodes] – Robbie BennettSaxophone – David FishkinVocals, Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Guitar [Flux Guitars], Organ, Synthesizer – Adam Granduciel
7:11
8Lost In The Dream
Bass – Dave HartleyDrums – Jon AshleyElectric Piano [Wurlitzer] – Robbie BennettGuitar [Leslie Guitar] – Carter TantonVocals, Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Piano, Performer [Fun Machine], Synthesizer, Harmonica, Percussion – Adam Granduciel
4:09
9The Haunting Idle
Electric Guitar, Synthesizer [Oberheim], Mixed By – Adam GranducielGuitar [Black Strat] – Paul SukeenaPerformer [Eventide Cascades] – Michael Johnson
3:07
10Burning
Bass – Dave HartleyDrums [Inadvertent Drums] – Mike SneeringerPiano – Robbie BennettTape [Tape Flangin'] – Gabe WaxVocals, Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Organ, Synthesizer, Drums, Percussion, Harmonica – Adam Granduciel
5:48

Crédits

  • Art Direction, Photography By [Back Polaroid + Additional Vibey Holga Photos]Adam Granduciel
  • Design, LayoutDaniel Murphy
  • Engineer [Additional]Adam Granduciel, Brad Bell, Jon Low, Michael Johnson , Nicolas Vernhes
  • Engineer [Assistant Mastering Engineer]Steve Fallone
  • Engineer [Assistant Mix Engineer]Gabe Wax (tracks: A1 to A3, B3, C1, C3 to D2)
  • Engineer [Assistant]Gabe Wax, Jon Ashley, Matt Schimelfenig, Sean Kelly , Ted Richardson
  • ManagementAmi Kay Spishock
  • Management [Assisted By]Carolyne Klein
  • Mastered ByGreg Calbi
  • Mixed ByJeff Zeigler (tracks: B1, B2, C2), Nicolas Vernhes (tracks: A1 to A3, B3, C1, C3 to D2)
  • Photography By [Cover, Gatefold, Sleeve]Dusdin Condren
  • Producer [Additional Production], Engineer [Most Engineering], Mixed By [Pre-mixing]Jeff Zeigler
  • Producer, Arranged ByAdam Granduciel
  • SongwriterAdam Granduciel

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
SC310The War On Drugs Lost In The Dream ‎(2xLP, Album)Secretly CanadianSC310US2014
noneThe War On Drugs Lost In The Dream ‎(10xFile, FLAC, Album)Secretly CanadiannoneEurope2014
SC310LPC4The War On Drugs Lost In The Dream ‎(2xLP, Album, Ltd, RE, Gre)Secretly CanadianSC310LPC4US2018
SC310The War On Drugs Lost In The Dream ‎(2xLP, Album, Club, Ltd, RE, Gre)Secretly CanadianSC310US2014
SC310The War On Drugs Lost In The Dream ‎(CDr, Album, Promo)Secretly CanadianSC310US2014

Remarques

Gatefold tip-on sleeve with glossy, printed inner sleeves. Includes a download code.

©&℗ 2014 Secretly Canadian

All songs © 2014 Sea Formation Music ASCAP

Mixed at Rare Book Room Studios, Brooklyn, August-September 2013. "An Ocean in Between the Waves," "Disappearing" and "The Haunting Idle" mixed at Uniform Recording, Philadelphia, September-November 2013.

All songs recorded between August 2012 and November 2013 at Uniform Recording (Philly), Echo Mountain (Asheville, NC), Fidelitorium (Kornersville, NC), Rare Book Room (Brooklyn), Miner St (Philly), Water Music (Hoboken), Public Hi-Fi (Austin), University of the Arts (Philly) and Adam's house in Philly.

Mastered at Sterling Sound, NYC.

Codes-barres

  • Barcode (Sticker on shrinkwrap): 656605031040
  • Barcode: 6 56605 03101 9
  • Label Code: LC 29278
  • Matrix / Runout: SC-310LP A
  • Matrix / Runout: SC-310LP B Salt
  • Matrix / Runout: SC-310LP C
  • Matrix / Runout: SC-310LP D Salt
  • Rights Society: ASCAP

Entreprises

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Secretly Canadian
  • Copyright (c) – Secretly Canadian
  • Copyright (c) – Sea Formation Music
  • Mixed At – Rare Book Room
  • Mixed At – Uniform Recording
  • Recorded At – Uniform Recording
  • Recorded At – Echo Mountain Recording
  • Recorded At – Fidelitorium
  • Recorded At – Rare Book Room
  • Recorded At – Miner Street Recordings
  • Recorded At – Water Music
  • Recorded At – Public Hi-Fi
  • Recorded At – University Of The Arts, Philadelphia, PA
  • Mastered At – Sterling Sound
  • Mastered At – Salt Mastering

Video

Album

Lost in the Dream is the third studio album by American indie rock band The War on Drugs, released on March 18, 2014 through Secretly Canadian. The recording session, which took place over a two-year period, was characterized by numerous rewrites. The album's lyrical themes were influenced by the loneliness and depression Granduciel faced after he finished touring. Musically, the record was inspired by 1980s rock, as well as Americana, with influences coming from Bruce Springsteen, Spacemen 3 and Neil. The new War On Drugs album is a winning combination of psychedelic rock, krautrock, folk, and Americana-just like the band's. Popular music is mediocre. Lost In The Dream' is the third album by Philadelphia band The War on Drugs, but in many ways, it feels like the first. Around the release of the 2011 breakthrough 'Slave Ambient', Adam Granduciel spent the bulk of two years on the road, touring through progressively larger rock clubs, festival stages and late-night television slots. That essence drives 'Lost In The Dream', a 10-song set produced by Granduciel and longtime engineer Jeff Zeigler. In the past, Granduciel built the core of songs largely by himself. In the past, Adam Granduciel built the core of The War on Drugs songs largely by himself. The War on Drugs 2011 album Slave Ambient saw perpetual unease as a Zen state: bandleader Adam Granduciels ruminations on restlessness read like a veritable prescription for Xanax, but the psychedelia-smeared country-rock enveloping his words was all, like, No worries, dude. The War on Drugs third album, however, presents no easy remedy for his inner turmoil. If the mesmerizing motorik hum of Slave Ambient gave Granduciel an outlet to escape his problems, Lost in the Dream is where he pulls a U to survey the emotional wreckage. When Philadelphia-based purveyors of stripped-down, haunted rock perfection the War on Drugs came on the scene with their 2008 debut, Wagonwheel Blues, their sound perked up the ears of a new generation of soul searchers looking for a soundtrack. Summoning up the patron saints of FM radio rock, the band was constantly framed as an update to the wild-eyed sermons of Dylan and Springsteen or the summer-night abandon that Tom Petty perfected, all filtered through walls of decidedly indie guitar noise. The War on Drugs, the Philadelphia-based project of Adam Granduciel, release the groups third full-length CD, the beautifully sweeping Lost In the Dream, via the Secretly Canadian label. Written and recorded over two-plus years in Philadelphia, North Carolina, New York and New Jersey, following almost two years of nonstop touring in support of 2011's Slave Ambient, Lost In the Dream is the outstanding presentation of Granduciel's progression and growth as a songwriter, performer, and producer. Whether its the fast paced uplift of Red Eyes or the haunting reflection of Lost in A Dream, this album has no filler track. Album 2014 10 Songs. The War on Drugs fourth full-length operates with a bigger, bolder agenda-evident in the clattering electronics and hypnotic production of the nearly nine-minute opener, Under the Pressure. From there, Lost in the Dream unfolds with warm, melancholic rock that combines Granduciels mystical tenor with a blurry haze of vintage synths, chiming guitars, horn accents and reverb-soaked ambience. Uptempo tracks like Red Eyes and An Ocean in Between the Waves juxtapose pulsing, mechanical backbeats with droning synths. Hear the brilliant third album from Philadelphias The War on Drugs, and let us know what you War on Drugs. Released March 18, 2014. Lost in the Dream Tracklist. Under the Pressure Lyrics. For me, Lost in the Dream is about feeling disconnected from everything-your life, your expectations, your romantic relationships-and trying to make something in the face of that feeling, but also about it. A lot of the songs - Under The Pressure, Suffering - I wrote when I wasnt thinking about myself or the bigger picture, but six months later they really formed what the album turned into. Its definitely autobiographical, but its also about trying to put those feelings that I know everyone has into the kind of art I want to make. Lost in the Dream Q&A. The War On Drugs - An Ocean In Between The Waves. The War On Drugs - Disappearing. The War On Drugs - Eyes To The Wind. The War On Drugs - The Haunting Idle. The War On Drugs - Burning. The War On Drugs - Lost In The Dream. The War On Drugs - In Reverse. Total votes: 25. Other albums by The War On Drugs. The War On Drugs. A Deeper Understanding. Synthpop Indie Rock Psychedelic Rock. Slave Ambient

Levion
So glad I managed to get this copy after reading the horror stories on the regular black pressing page. It sounds fantastic! I will agree with Killahwhale (review below me), about the "wobbly" guitar. The flanger/reverb effect on the guitar does sound different - i would say more "organic" - than the mp3's I've listened to. I think it's cool though. One thing to note - my purple pressing is definitely purple but when it sits on my black slipmat it just ends up looking black.
Grillador
This pressing sounds great, I tend to notice the guitar effect sounds a bit different on vinyl then MP3 on most of the tracks. Not sure if its the pressing or not. It sounds a little more "wobbly". Happy with this album as it's amazing.
Vosho
anybody wind up with two A/B sides? I just bought a used copy from Amoeba SF, and it had two C/D's and no A/B :( I'd hate to have to return/refund this....
sergant
great album, great production. Very happy i pre-ordered the purple. This one will be a gem for years to come.
Grinin
I’m standing around the back hall after the El Ten Eleven show talking with a group of self proclaimed music people, and naturally the conversation turns to War On Drugs, and why shouldn’t it [?], after all Kurt Vile had played this very venue almost a year ago to the day, with someone asking, “What do you think the new War On Drugs album’s gonna sound like?” That was quickly followed by another who nearly laughed remarking, “What won’t it sound like.” Of course my ears perked at these comments and as I turned on my heels, saying “Have any of you actually heard the album?” The hall was quiet until I went on, saying that I had, and that Lost In The Dream was not only quite good but very important, representing not only a smooth but remarkable step forward from Slave Ambient and every bit as intoxicating as Dylan’s step into Blonde On Blonde ... that with each song [and Lost In The Dream was recorded using analog tape] they mixed tape on tape creating a density that’s impossible to push through on one listen, delivering a constructional concept of intelligent hazy smoke filled neo-psychedelic enchantment that is both breathtaking in its beauty and laden with dreamy washes and sonic guitar solos designed to spirit your soul into another dimension ... though making the decision to come back, may be the most difficult part. Lost In The Dream really is a beautiful body of work, one filled with some of the finest most considered guitar structures and insightful lyrics I’ve heard in a very long time, one I can’t get enough of, and having it on purple vinyl only makes things that much more remarkable and enticing. I find it hard to believe that in 2014, there will be an album released to best these efforts, and while I realize that’s a bold statement, I can count myself among the first to be lost in the dream.Post Script: This album only gets better over time, it's like a ride on a magic train. I got to see them live, preforming a nearly 2 hour show in Tucson at the Congress Hotel with less than 500 people in the venue, an event that must be heard to be believed.Lost In The Dream has also been released as a double record gatefold on brilliant translucent purple vinyl, spinning a 45 rpm's. This is a limited edition of 400, finding one is nearly impossible, and mine has been autographed by Adam.Lost In The Dream has been reissued by Vinyl Me Now as a double record gatefold on brilliant splattered lime green vinyl, along with a stunning print of a crow [though what the crow has to do with this album is still alluding me]. By breaking the album down into two discs spinning at 45 rpm's allows the grooves to be thicker, hence achieving better quality and durability … trust me, hearing is believing, though with a limited edition of 2100 copies, it's tough to come by.*At the time of this review and discussion, I had a pre-release copy.Post Script: Caught the band in Tucson [4.8.2014], it was like a magic train ride, and just when you think you've caught your breath, they reach out and take it away from you again ... or perhaps I just lost my voice from signing too loudly. Caught them again in Denver, then in El Paso [creating T-Shirts for the occasion] where they this time had a tour bus, and had a bit more time to hang with the band.Review by Jenell Kesler
kinder
Not sure there are 400 copies of the purple if 982 are listed on here as owning it...
Gtonydne
Mine just got shipped. Does anybody know how many purple pressings there are?
Dukinos
anyone know how to tell the purple from the green vinyl on a sealed copy? Mine has a purple sticker - so I assume it's the purple - but all other identifiers seem to be identical with the green. THANKS
Groll
The purple pressing is limited to 4,000 copies world-wide, according to SoundStageDirect.
Unnis
Evidently 400. Not sure if that is US numbers or total production.
Wizer
Only 250 in UK Indie stores is what i heard. Not sure how many pressed in total but i'd say 1000 max.
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