Darkside - What's In It For Me? FLAC album
Titel: Last Time To Lie Artist: Darkside Album: The 7th Day Track: 02 Country: Danville (San Ramon), California, USA Date of Release: 2000 Label: -- Genre: Groovecore.
Take me through the night Fall into the dark side We don't need the light We'll live on the dark side I see it Let's feel it While we're still young and fearless Let go of the light Fall in to the dark side Fall in to the dark side Give into the dark side Let. go of the light Fall in to the dark side. Beneath the sky As black as diamonds We're running out of time Don't wait for truth To come and blind us Let's just believe their lies
Darkside: Is there a good place to stay around here? Mai: If you go south for two blocks there's several. Pretty cheap if you plan to live around here.
Take me through the night Fall into the dark side We don't need the light We'll live on the dark side I see it, let's feel it While we're still young and fearless Let go of the light Fall into the dark side Fall into the dark side Give into the dark side Let go of. the light Fall into the dark side. The lyrics are about a relationship in which the lines of what it is are blurred, it’s not a romance, but it’s not a friendship. Both Au/Ra and Tomine Harket talk about experiencing everything and just letting what happens happen. The song was later re-released on Walker’s first studio album Different World. What is this song about. about a relationship in which the lines of what it is are blurred, it’s not a romance, but it’s not a friendship.
One can’t complain too much, since what Darkside does have going for it is bitter intensity and gloomy romanticism. It’s a little sloppy in terms of organization, but listeners shouldn’t have a hard time accepting it this way. It’s a short album that’s concise, offering more as a whole group than in individual units. As "Black Moon Rising" begins, one hears that the Satanic Death Metal sound from "The Nocturnal Silence" has evolved into something more dark and sinister.
What is the benefit for me in this scheme? Bob: Now that plan is just what is needed. Bill: What's in it for me? What do I get out of it? Sue: We signed the Wilson contract yesterday.
What's influencing me is more looking inward, looking into our own music and trying to see how it can connect to the audiences we're playing for and what people respond to, and how it feels to hear the notes in these big rooms, Harrington says. It's the actual playing we're doing every night right now that's really influencing me. Harrington sees every new night on the road as a new canvas to play with and gain something from, and what Darkside is quintessentially about. It's the act of performing as part of Darkside that continues to motivate the jazz-minded Harrington to pick up his guitar and do what he feels he is inclined to do. We can just go wherever want to sonically and musically; it's the improvisation thing. For me, that's what makes it something I want to do every night, something that I'm not going to get tired of doing, because it's what I love to do - improvise.
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Tracklist Hide Credits
|3||Only With You||5:20|
|5||Last Time To Lie||4:23|
|10||Eye 2 Eye
Keyboards, Vocals – Mike GonsolinVocals – Dave Gonsolin, Mike Ramos
|12||Broken & Dusted||5:56|
- Recorded At – Trident Studios, Pacheco
- Artwork [Back & CD] – Tim Pizza
- Artwork [Cover] – Derek Fuentes
- Bass – Matt Miller
- Drums – Josh Wisenor
- Guitar – Chris State
- Guitar, Vocals – Mike Gonsolin
- Keyboards – Mike Gonsolin (tracks: 10)
- Producer – Darkside
- Recorded By – Juan Urteaga
NotesRecorded in early 2001.
Track 10 is a preview of "KneE DeeP" made by Mike Gonsolin on his keyboard, don't worry that's not the band.
There's a typo on the back of the CD; their guitarist is called Chris State, not Chris Stae.
Copyright 2001 Mike Gonsolin.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 666449239922