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Wolf Parade - Cry Cry Cry album download
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Wolf Parade - Cry Cry Cry album download

Performer:
Wolf Parade
Album:
Cry Cry Cry
Style:
Alternative/Indie Rock,Indie Rock,New Wave/Post-Punk Revival
Genre:
Duration:
47:19
Recording location:
Robert Lang Studios
MP3 archive size:
1960 mb
FLAC archive size:
1674 mb
Other formats:
MOD MMF WAV AAC WMA ASF
Rating:
4.1
Votes:
348

Cry Cry Cry is the fourth full-length album by the Canadian indie rock band Wolf Parade, released on October 6, 2017. Spencer Krug – vocals, keyboards. Dan Boeckner – vocals, guitar. Arlen Thompson - drums. Dante DeCaro – guitar, bass, percussion, keyboards. Chris Thompson - horns (tracks 4, 6 and 9). Patrick Simpson - horns (tracks 4, 6 and 9). Phil Hamelin - horns (tracks 4, 6 and 9). John Goodmanson - producer, engineering, mixing. Eric Corson - engineering. Greg Calbi - mastering.

Cry Cry Cry by Wolf Parade, released 06 October 2017 1. Lazarus Online 2. You're Dreaming 3. Valley Boy 4. Incantation 5. Flies on the Sun 6. Baby Blue 7. Weaponized 8. Who Are Ya 9. Am I an Alien Here 10. Artificial Life 11. King of Piss and Paper The soaring choruses, rousing anthems, sprawling guitars and chaotic keys that make up Wolf Parade are on proud display over the course of Cry Cry Cry, the band’s thunderous first album in seven years

Cry Cry Cry is an album that celebrates modern indie pop/rock by exposing the core of fun with a twist of exceptional talent. There are no weak tracks here; every single one is a keeper. This sounds pretty good to me; good album, good pressing. Only quibble would be that I'd have taken 45RPM over four sides over 3 33RPM plus etching - that's minor though, the side splits work fine as they are. Reply Notify me Helpful.

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 stands as a reaction against Expo 86’s sparse arrangements and quick production. This album is deliberately constructed and focuses on the listening experience, making sure that no parts of each song carry on for too long (though Krug notes that, in traditional Wolf Parade style, it contains two back-to-back prog epics). After their 7 year hiatus, the influence of each member’s side projects shines through this release. Dan Boeckner, having worked with Operators, Divine Fits, and Handsome Furs, brings the synths from those albums in a minimal yet unique manner.

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. Purchase Featured Music.

There is an energy to Cry, Cry, Cry that simply got lost in the storm Apologies created. After some time away to re-group, it seems, Wolf Parade have re-found that spark.

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.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Lazarus Online Wolf Parade Wolf Parade 3:25
2 You're Dreaming Wolf Parade Wolf Parade 3:39
3 Valley Boy Wolf Parade Wolf Parade 3:38
4 Incantation Wolf Parade Wolf Parade 4:22
5 Flies on the Sun Wolf Parade Wolf Parade 3:42
6 Baby Blue Wolf Parade Wolf Parade 6:00
7 Weaponized Wolf Parade Wolf Parade 6:39
8 Who Are Ya Wolf Parade Wolf Parade 3:43
9 Am I an Alien Here Wolf Parade Wolf Parade 3:36
10 Artificial Life Wolf Parade Wolf Parade 3:48
11 King of Piss and Paper Wolf Parade Wolf Parade 4:47
  • On their 4th album, this Canadian band plays epic, soaring songs that mix big, ringing guitar chords with flowing indie pop/rock keyboards and hook-filled melodies. The songs are diverse and exceptionally well produced with a distinct character. You’ll hear elements of power pop, prog-rock and pop/punk—all cohesively integrated. The music has a bigger-than-life dramatic flair that delivers a succinct audio power punch of entertainment. Members have played in Handsome Furs, Moonface, Frog Eyes, Divine Fits, Operator, Siinai, Sunset Rubdown, Swan Lake, Hot Hot Heat. Recalls artists like David Bowie, Grizzly Bear, XTC, Modest Mouse, Arcade Fire, Sparks, Devo. “Cry Cry Cry” is an album that celebrates modern indie pop/rock by exposing the core of fun with a twist of exceptional talent. There are no weak tracks here; every single one is a keeper. Recommended.