Preston School Of Industry - Monsoon FLAC album
From their 2004 album, Monsoon. Preston School Of Industry. Domino Recording Co (от лица компании "Domino Recording Co"); BMG Rights Management" и другие авторские общества (2).
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Monsoon is Preston School of Industry's second album includes guest appearances by Wilco members and Scott McCaughey.
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What we got was Preston School of Industry's excellent debut, All This Sounds Gas. However, several songs on Gas had originally been written for (but never recorded by) Pavement, so some of us were still left wondering how Kannberg would fare when he had to put together an album from scratch. Monsoon is a fabulous follow-up.
Preston School of Industry (band). Preston School of Industry is an indie rock band formed by Scott Kannberg (. Spiral Stairs) in 1999, following the dissolution of his previous band, Pavement. Its name is taken from the well known US reform school of the same name, Preston School of Industry in Ione, California. The band's earliest studio release was a cover of Phish's "Axilla II" for the charity tribute album Sharin in the Groove
Monsoon was recorded in a dark unfinished basement in North Seattle 2003. Mixed at Orbit Audio. Mastered at Sterling Sound.
Without Pavement's alchemy, Preston School of Industry lacks those inimitable aspects of amateurism, nuance and play. Where Pavement rooftop-gambled in musical crapshoots, Kannberg's solo routine plays it close to the vest, folding when the stakes get high. And this game's being played for penny candy. Kannberg has functioned as Pavement's Jimmy Carter since their breakup in '99, crafting a legacy for the band while his role in the band itself becomes less clear.
Even the album's song titles, such as "Walk of a Gurl," allude to the classicism that Kannberg is striving for on Monsoon. As pleasantly familiar as this sound is, it becomes repetitious over the course of the album, and Kannberg's subdued vocals make the songs sink further into the background. However, as far as background music goes, the album is hard to beat; its easygoing, eager-to-please vibe embraces the listener in its hazy warmth. Not surprisingly, the songs that deviate from this formula even slightly stand out even more than they normally would.
|1||The Furnace Sun||3:17|
|2||Walk Of A Gurl||4:23|
|3||Caught In The Rain||3:10|
|4||Line It Up||3:29|
|5||So Many Ways||3:14|
|6||If The Straits Of Magellan Should Ever Run Dry||3:47|
|7||Her Estuary Twang||3:23|
|8||Escalation Breeds Escalation||3:26|
|9||Get Your Crayons Out!||3:55|
|10||Tone It Down||5:00|
- Written By – Scott Kannberg
|WIGCD135||Preston School Of Industry||Monsoon (CD, Album)||Domino||WIGCD135||UK||2004|
|HORSE 036-26||Preston School Of Industry||Monsoon (2xCD, Album, Ltd)||Trifekta||HORSE 036-26||Australia||2004|
|HORSE 036-2||Preston School Of Industry||Monsoon (CD, Album)||Trifekta||HORSE 036-2||Australia||2004|
|OLE 599-2V||Preston School Of Industry||Monsoon (CD, Album, Promo)||Matador||OLE 599-2V||US||2004|
|WIGCD135P||Preston School Of Industry||Monsoon (CD, Album, Promo)||Domino||WIGCD135P||Europe||2003|