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The Most Serene Republic - Population FLAC
  • Performer The Most Serene Republic
  • Title Population
  • Date of release 2007
  • Country USA & Canada
  • Style Post Rock, Indie Rock
  • Label Arts & Crafts
  • Catalog number A&C029
  • Other formats CD, Album
  • Genre Rock
  • Size MP3 2100 mb
  • Size FLAC 2178 mb
  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 514

Tracklist

1A Mix Of Sun And Cloud
2Solipsism Millionaires
3Sherry And Her Butterfly Net
4Battle Hymn Of The Republic
5The Men Who Live Upstairs
6Neurasthenia
7Compliance
8Agenbite Of Inwit
9Why So Looking Back
10Multiplication Desks
11Career In Shaping Clay
12Present Of Future End
13Humble Peasants

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
A&C 029The Most Serene Republic Population ‎(LP, Album)Arts & CraftsA&C 029USA & Canada2007
A&C029The Most Serene Republic Population ‎(CDr, Album, Promo, Dig)Arts & Crafts International, Arts & CraftsA&C029USA & Canada2007
PCCY-80048The Most Serene Republic Population ‎(CD, Album, Enh, Dig)Pony Canyon, Arts & CraftsPCCY-80048Japan2007

Credits

  • Arranged By [Orchestra], ConductorSimon Lukasewich (tracks: 3, 6, 8 to 10)
  • Backing VocalsStephen Kabakos (tracks: 8)
  • CelloBrenna Spademan (tracks: 3, 10)
  • Design [Face Design]Ben Telford
  • Design Concept [Cover Concept]Heidi Krohnert
  • Design, LayoutPatrick Guay
  • Double BassJoel Colesberry (tracks: 3, 6, 8, 9)
  • ManagementJeffrey Remedios, Patrick Guay
  • Mastered ByNoah Mintz
  • Mixed ByMike Kuehn, Ryan Lenssen, Ryan Mills
  • OrchestraThe Etobicoke School Of The Arts Symphony Orchestra (tracks: 3, 6, 8 to 10)
  • Performer [Barbershop]Arnie Lenssen (tracks: 3), Men 2 Boys (tracks: 3)
  • Performer [The Most Serene Republic]Adrian Jewett, Emma Ditchburn, Nick Greaves, Ryan Lenssen, Sean Woolven, Simon Lukasewich, Tony Nesbitt-Larking
  • Photography ByBen Telford, Nick Greaves, Paul Kotyk
  • ProducerRyan Lenssen
  • Recorded ByMike Kuehn, Ryan Lenssen, Ryan Mills
  • Recorded By [Additional Recording]Ryan Lenssen
  • SaxophoneMichael Glendon (tracks: 5)
  • SongwriterThe Most Serene Republic
  • TrumpetIra Zingraff (tracks: 1 to 4, 10)
  • WhistleArnie Lenssen (tracks: 1)

Notes

Packaged in a digipak. Includes a lyrics booklet.

©&℗ 2007 Arts & Crafts Productions Inc.

Recorded at Sleepytown Sound by Mike Kuehn and Ryan Mills and at ASF Studio by Ryan Lenssen.
Additional recording on location at Etobicoke School of the Arts by Ryan Lenssen.
Mixed at Sleepytown Sound.
Mastered at Lacquer Channel.

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 8 27590 29002 0
  • Matrix / Runout: A 7301 827590290020 F70802-09
  • Mastering SID Code: L384
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 6100

Companies

  • Copyright (c) – Arts & Crafts Productions Inc.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Arts & Crafts Productions Inc.
  • Recorded At – Sleepytown Sound
  • Recorded At – ASF Studios
  • Recorded At – Etobicoke School Of The Arts
  • Mixed At – Sleepytown Sound
  • Mastered At – The Lacquer Channel

Video

Album

The Most Serene Republic is a Canadian indie rock music group formed in 2003 in Milton, Ontario. The band takes its name from the sobriquet of Venice under the Doges, which was regarded as The Most Serene Republic of Venice. Adrian Jewett vocals, trombone 2003present. Ryan Lenssen piano, backup vocals 2003present. Nick Greaves guitar, EBow, banjo 2003present. Sean Woolven guitar, backup vocals, drums '04 2004, 2006present. Simon Lukasewich bass, violin 2006present. Album 2007 13 Songs. Battle Hymn of the Republic. They are the first band on the A&C label that isn't related in one way or another to Broken Socia read more. The Most Serene Republic is a Canadian indie rock band formed in Milton, Ontario, by band members Adrian Jewett, Ryan Lenssen, and Nick Greaves, who had all left school to pursue more artis read more. The Most Serene Republic is a Canadian indie rock band formed in Milton, Ontario, by band members Adrian Jewett, Ryan Lenssen, and Nick Greaves, who had all lef. The Most Serene Republic, Toronto, Ontario. We are The Most Serene Republic. The Most Serene Republic. 4 October 2018 . 2 October 2018 . 5 EPK for Population. by themostnickever artsandcrafts. 9 July 2017 . Who wants to game . Population by The Most Serene Republic, released 02 October 2007 1. Humble Peasants 2. Compliance 3. The Man Who Lives Upstairs 4. Present of Future End 5. A Mix of Sun and Cloud 6. Battle Hymn of the Republic 7. Why So Looking Back 8. Sherry And Her Butterfly Net 9. Agenbite of Inwit 10. Career in Shaping Clay 11. Solipsism Millionaires 12. Multiplication Desks 13. Neurasthenia The album was self-produced by the band in Toronto over the last year, and was inspired by the sprawling suburbs of their hometown of Milton, Ontario. Musically, they sound as grandiose as ever. Like Broken Social Scene, the Most Serene Republic blow up private bedroom ballads to marching band proportions and play up a revolving-door policy for vocalists. In a tug-of-war match, the Most Serene Republic could give fellow Arts & Crafts-men Broken Social Scene a run for their money and members, but the two are far from evenly matched in the studio. Genre: Baroque Serene Republic, Population, CD sealed Condition: Brand New. Time left: 2h 53m 22s Ships to: Worldwide. THE MOST SERENE REPUBLIC - Population CD 2007 USA Digipak EXC-NM Post-Rock Condition: Very Good. Time left: 8d 14h 13s Ships to: Worldwide. The Most Serene Republic Population: CD Album: Free P&P: CI5 Condition: Very Good. Time left: 18d 9h 19m 19s Ships to: Worldwide. Population track list. The tracks on this album have an average rating of 77 out of 100 1 out of 13 tracks have been rated. Sort by. The Most Serene Republic Format: Audio CD. Please retry. The album begins with Humble Peasants, a 3 12 minute instrumental that really gets things going on the right track. The sounds of violins warming up open up the album nicely, before making way for marimbas, trumpets, scattered percussion, and of course more violins. Eventually, the song bursts with a groovy bass line and a more aggressive drum line not to mention whistling that is very reminiscent of that tune from Kill Bill