The Hospitals - I've Visited the Island of Jocks and Jazz album download
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Following up a covers EP with a second album of all-original songs, the Hospitals embrace the noise-via-Load Records aesthetic through, on the face of it, expected ways. mixes, the blunt art-yet-not cover art and design, aggro-spacticism, and so forth. But the flip side of the noise approach has always been a sometimes subliminal fascination with silence and space as the counterpart, and that element, plus a similarly low-key catchiness, is what makes this album stand out a bit from the crowd. For all that, there are moments of total "yup, it's a noise band all right" recognition throughout - almost title track "Jocks and Jazz" in particular has a solo guitar break that sounds like it was painful to play, much less listen to.
Get the Tempo of the tracks from I've Visited The Island Of Jocks And Jazz (2005) by The Hospitals. This album has an average beat per minute of 112 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 80/170 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist I've Visited the Island of Jocks and Jazz.
The Hospitals' sophomore album I've Visited the Island of Jocks and Jazz is their first for Load, following a self-titled 2003 debut on In the Red. Albeit brief, that label lineage might tell savvy listeners all they need to know about the Portland group's depraved roots-noise mayhem. You could also track down their recent 12" on the Yakisakana imprint on which they cover the Who, the Kinks, and Harry Pussy with equally fond but irreverent abuse.
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2005 studio album by The Hospitals. I've Visited the Island of Jocks and Jazz. Studio album by. The Hospitals. For example, in jazz fusion Bandleader-composer Miles Davis album Bitches Brew, producers like Phil Spector and George Martin were soon creating recordings that were, in practical terms, almost impossible to realise in live performance. Producers became creative figures in the studio, other examples of such engineers includes Joe Meek, Teo Macero, Brian Wilson, and Biddu.
|2||Rich People||The Hospitals||2:30|
|3||Olympic Ghost||The Hospitals||1:33|
|4||She's Not There||The Hospitals||2:25|
|5||Moving, Shaking||The Hospitals||2:14|
|6||Jocks and Jazz||The Hospitals||1:28|
|7||I Had a Crummy Shift||The Hospitals||0:30|
|9||Airplanes There||The Hospitals||2:44|
|10||Art Project||The Hospitals||1:10|
|12||Boom Bap Biff||The Hospitals||2:12|
|13||Thank You (Floors)||The Hospitals||1:31|
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