Rapture, The - Echoes mp3 flac
- Album: Echoes
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- Style: Leftfield, Electro, Disco
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Echoes is the debut studio album by American rock band the Rapture. It was released on September 8, 2003, through DFA, Vertigo, and Universal in the . and Output in the UK. It was co-produced by the DFA and the Rapture and recorded at the DFA's own Plantain Recording House studio in New York City.
Complete your The Rapture collection. referencing Echoes, LP, Album, dfa 2130. Does anybody's copy sound noisy? Lot of crackling and popping. My vinyl very clean no obvious scratches or anything. I ran it through the washer. Helped but still there. Reply See 2 replies Notify me Helpful.
Echoes (The Rapture album). The album was highly praised by Pitchfork, who hailed the album as the best of 2003, as well as placing the songs "I Need Your Love" at number 323 and "House of Jealous Lovers" at number 16 on their best songs of the 2000s countdown. Resident Advisor ranked the album at number 35 on their list of the best albums of the decade
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One 12", produced and released by the DFA, transformed the Rapture from a benign indie band into hot hot sh t. Once "House of Jealous Lovers" - a horrifically mangled jolt with a viscous rhythmic vroom as dynamite as anything from the late-'70s . post-punk bands - took hold in the underground, anticipation for this album built, built, and kept on.
Listen free to The Rapture – Echoes (Olio, Heaven and more). The Rapture are a New York indie rock band, sometimes referred to as "The Disco Strokes". This is their first album, produced by the hip studio duo DFA. An early single from the album, the shouty "House of Jealous Lovers", has become a dance floor classic. In the spirit of the age this album mines the early 80s; though not the electro pop of that decade like Fischerspooner et al. The Rapture reference the austere sounds of British punk-funk
The album's title track is one of the better examples of what I'm talking about: Misleadingly opening like something off The Strokes' first record, it quickly bursts into one of Echoes' hottest tracks, with a sloppy, tumbling bassline, those dirty conga breakdowns, tinny guitar hits (an updated relative to the outmoded orchestra hit), and the deafening, careening carwreck ending, punctuated b. But then I'd be covering every single track on Echoes, and they can't all be that great, right? The Rapture are only one of about 10,000 bands ushering in this thing that's gotten labeled "dancepunk," but it's important to note that they were among the first.
Echoes is the debut studio album by American rock band the Rapture. The album was highly praised by Pitchfork, who hailed the album as the best of 2003, as well as placing the songs "I Need Your Love" at number 323 and "House of Jealous Lovers" at number 16 on their best songs of the 2000s countdown