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Which is to say, this feels like a Wolf Parade album. And once the hiccuping synths kick in on You’re Dreaming or Artificial Life, it sure sounds like a Wolf Parade album, too. But rather than recapture their early spark-Krug and Boeckner’s vocals toppling over each other, some production grit, a sense that there was conflict or something at stake-Wolf Parade have cleaned up further with production from John Goodmanson.

Cry Cry Cry, on the other hand, is more deliberate in its arrangements and embrace of the studio process. If a part was going on for too long it would get lopped, you know? says Dan. That being said, there are two very long songs on the record and I don’t think it would be a Wolf Parade record if it didn’t have some kind of prog epic. I think we’re actually a better band than we were when we stopped playing music together, says Arlen. The album carries a sense of uprising that is not unrelated to Wolf Parade’s renewed determination to drive the band forward in uncertain times. Welcome to Cry Cry Cry. All right Let’s fight Let’s rage against the night. Lazarus Online (Spencer Krug).

Cry Cry Cry is a big swing, artistically speaking, but it also dodges many of the pitfalls that face artists who try to chronicle an age of uncertainty and resistance without sounding ham-handed. Wolf Parade taps into the sound of modern disconcertment on Cry Cry Cry, but the album's grandiosity is mostly restricted to the music itself - rousing, urgent, and always seeking out slivers of hope.

As before, Wolf Parade approach indie rock with the sense of drama of a prog rock band, reinforced by the operatic quaver of Spencer Krug's vocal work and the grand ambitions of the keyboards by Krug and Dante DeCaro.

In 2005, Wolf Parade named their album in playful regret of an incident that occurred aboard an ocean liner. With Cry Cry Cry, they’re apologizing again: this time for growing older. While the sound of their latest record doesn’t betray the seven-year hiatus that has followed 2010’s Expo 86, time has a funny way of making its presence felt. In the case of Wolf Parade, that means a lack of answers for the questions they’ve been asking since they formed in Montreal in 2003. Spencer Krug is now 40, and co-leader Dan Boeckner will hit that milestone in February

Sometimes, you just need some time away from your work, to truly love it again. Cry Cry Cry. Wolf Parade. Release Date: Oct 6, 2017 Record label: Sub Pop Genre(s): Pop/Rock, Alternative/Indie Rock. 76 Music Critic Score How the Music Critic Score works. Cry Cry Cry - Very Good, Based on 11 Critics. 90. Sometimes, you just need some time away from your work, to truly love it again

On Cry Cry Cry, Wolf Parade is the closest that they’ve come quality wise to their first record. They took a style of music that should be outdated, and modernized it with gorgeous synth leads, and instrumentals that jump off of the track. When we get to the latter half of this album, Krug and Boeckner give us a glorious finale as if it were a movie. The record kind of seems like it is split into two parts, with the first part urging people to follow their dreams, and the second half asks people who they really are. While the themes don’t totally work in harmony throughout the entire 47 minute running time, the superior music itself overshadows the message completely.

Cry Cry Cry isn't going to radically alter anyone's perception of Wolf Parade. New listeners should still start with 2005's essential Apologies to the Queen Mary and 2008's underrated At Mount Zoomer. If those album's didn't or don't do anything for you, chances are this one won't either. Cry Cry Cry’ does not offer up a revolutionary new scope of sound. But that doesn’t mean it totally lacks artistic ingenuity.

2017 studio album by Wolf Parade. Studio album by. Robert Lang Studios in Shoreline, Washington, United States and The Noise Floor Recording Studio in Gabriola Island, British Columbia, Canada Contents.


A1 Lazarus Online
A2 You're Dreaming
A3 Valley Boy
A4 Incantation
B1 Files On The Sun
B2 Baby Blue
B3 Weaponized
C1 Who Are Ya
C2 Am I An Alien Here
C3 Artificial Life
C4 King Of Piss And Paper

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Sub Pop Records
  • Copyright (c) – Sub Pop Records


Loser edition.

Includes mp3 download

Art etching on side D

First 150 copies purchased from the band's webstore were autographed by the entire band.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 98787 12121 6

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SP1212 Wolf Parade Cry Cry Cry ‎(LP, Cre + LP, S/Sided, Etch, Cre + Album, Ltd) Sub Pop SP1212 US 2017
SP1212 Wolf Parade Cry Cry Cry ‎(Cass, Album, Red) Sub Pop SP1212 US 2017
SP1212 Wolf Parade Cry Cry Cry ‎(CD, Album) Sub Pop SP1212 Europe 2017
SP1212 Wolf Parade Cry Cry Cry ‎(LP, Promo + LP, S/Sided, Etch, Promo) Sub Pop SP1212 US 2017
none Wolf Parade Cry Cry Cry ‎(CDr, Album, Promo) Sub Pop none 2017

Wolf Parade - Cry Cry Cry FLAC album
Cry Cry Cry
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1184 mb
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1854 mb
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1639 mb
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