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Fol Chen - Part II: The New December FLAC
  • Performer Fol Chen
  • Title Part II: The New December
  • Date of release 21 Jun 2010
  • Country US
  • Label Asthmatic Kitty Records
  • Catalog number AKR072
  • Other formats
  • Genre Electronic / Pop
  • Size MP3 1050 mb
  • Size FLAC 2958 mb
  • Rating: 4.0
  • Votes: 593

Tracklist

1This Is Where The Road Belongs
2Men, Beasts Or Houses
3The New December
4In Ruins
5C/U
6The Holes
7Your Curtain Call
8The Holograms
9They Came To Me
10Adeline (You Always Look So Bored)

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 656605607214

Album

Theres a strong experimental streak in the brainy way Fol Chen takes what seems like a straightforward idea and twists it into something completely different like the Dirty Projectors, the group flirts with and subverts mainstream pop ideas, and like labelmates Cryptacize, theyve got a flair for the deceptively simple. The band goes even further down the rabbit hole than on Part I, beginning The New December with some of its strangest music. Fol Chen. Dance 2010. The Holograms. In Ruins. The New December For its second album, Highland Park sextet Fol Chen presents Part II: The New December, songs of malaise and miscommunication set to dark pop and glitch-riddled chamber funk. Since the bands inception, Fol Chen has remained a mysterious entity its membership disguised by masks and aliases, its lyrics appearing as transmissions from a fictional world. Fol Chens wildly eclectic 2009 debut, Part I: John Shade, Your Fortunes Made, spawned some healthy praise from NPR, no less, a remix album featuring No Kids and Junior Vasquez, among others, a BBC session, and a video collaboration with the Laker Girls. Black Label Society - In This River Doom Troopin' Live - Продолжительность: 13:21 Eagle Rock Recommended for you. 163 Fol Chen - The Idiot Session Acoustique - Продолжительность: 2:43 Le Cargo . Язык: Русский. Страна: США. The members of Fol Chen, once a ragtag team of insurgents, are now bureaucrats forced to sit back and watch as the cipher they relied upon to defeat Shade mutates into a virus that eats words indiscriminately. Things unravel as The New December progresses John Shade is a memory, but memory without words is meaningless. The picture softens further, and further still, until silence. From the album page on Fol Chens bandcamp. Part II: The New December Q&A. Fol Chen is not just another electro-pop band, nor another electro-pop-cum-noise band. They are an electro-art-pop-noise-lite-whateverhaveyou band with a concept. Not much progression should be expected from such a blatant continuation as Part II: The New December, but in the short time that has passed, Fol Chens blips have become blippier, their pop moments have grown poppier, and their clashes with noise have gotten noisier. Although the concept is valiantly overblown, the journey it takes a listener on is mostly enjoyable. Full Review. The Holograms, 03:48. In Ruins, 03:00. This Is Where the Road Belongs, 03:49. CU, 03:20. The Holes, 02:41. The New December, 04:22. Earth, Wind & Fire Boogie Wonderland. Happy New Cat 2020 Праздник каждый день. MAGIC . Features Song Lyrics for Fol Chen's Part II: The New December album. Fol Chen - Part II: The New December Album Lyrics. Your Curtain Call Lyrics. This Is Where The Road Belongs Lyrics. Listen free to Fol Chen Part II: The New December The Holograms, In Ruins and more. 10 tracks 35:42. Dear Donna Donna, I hope you are well. Im still getting used to writing in plain English after so long. I still dream in Code, though. As you may have heard, they gave me a spot on the Memorial Committee, which means endless meetings where only the most ridiculous compromises have any hope of getting approval. A new version of is available, to keep everything running smoothly, please reload the site. Part II: The New December. Play album. Get album. Summary: Fol Chen continues to embrace mystery and avoid the obvious on Part II: The New December. Thereâs a strong experimental streak in the brainy way Fol Chen takes what seems like a straightforward idea and twists it into something completely different like the Dirty Projectors, the group flirts with and subverts mainstream pop ideas, and like labelmates Cryptacize, theyâve got a flair for the deceptively simple