Citizens Here And Abroad - Ghosts Of Tables & Chairs mp3 flac
Ghosts of Tables and Chairs. Citizens Here And Abroad.
Citizens Here and Abroad aren't the first alternative pop/rock band that has had a female lead singer who favors a deadpan vocal style, and it's safe to assume they won't be the last. The deadpan approach has worked well for everyone from Suzanne Vega to pre-Lovelife, pre-"Ladykillers" Lush; thankfully, it works fairly well for Citizens Here and Abroad's Adrienne Robillard on Ghosts of Tables and Chairs. No one will mistake Robillard for a belter; she's far from that.
Guitar, Vocals – Adrienne Robillard. Mastered By – John Greenham. Written By – Citizens Here And Abroad. Other Versions (1 of 1) View All. Cat.
Not On Label (Citizens Here And Abroad Self-released) – none. Format: CDr, Album, Promo, Digipack. CDr packaged in all white digipak with label on front that only says "Citizens Here and Abroad. It says the same thing as the title and then states "From the forthcoming album 'Ghosts of Tables and Chairs on Omnibus Records. Computer pulls up image of commercial release.
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Citizens Here and Abroad - Ghosts of Tables and Chairs Recorded and mixed by Citizens Here and Abroad in and around Oakland, CA Mastered by John Greenham Produced by Citizens Here and Abroad Released on Omnibus Records. Noise pop is ubiquitously tied to the ankles of the bands that charter a slot in the festival. Citizens Here and Abroad are San Francisco natives and are similarly familiar with playing the Noise Pop festival. CHA know how to craft a fine pop album. Their latest, Ghosts of Tables and Chairs, is consistent like a concept record. All the tracks working together to further the band's characteristic sound: soft and gritty pop. Although sounding oxymoronic, it's a sensible fit.
One might expect Bay Area indie rockers Citizens Here And Abroad to take a cue from their peers and infuse their songs with bubblegum harmonies and sunny guitars. But instead of Mamas and Papas-tinged psychedelia, the Citizens take a moodier approach to their music. On their ambitious debut album, Ghosts of Tables And Chairs, the Citizens cull the back-catalogs of quirky femme-rock predecessors such as Liz Phair and the Breeders: On The Voices, lead singer Adrienne Robillard channels Phair’s monotone vocal stylings circa Exile in Guyville–only without the sex–while A Change of Scene finds Robillard & Co. laying down breathy Breeeders-esque harmonies. Through such homages, the Citizens show brief flashes of mischief, but Robillard’s overlymelodramatic delivery often overwhelms such playful leanings.
|4||Enter The Elevator||2:59|
|5||Count Each One||4:47|
|6||Change Of Scene||4:12|
|8||Your Own Hand||3:01|
- Artwork By [Cover] – Jesse LeDoux
- Artwork By [Sleeve] – Jesse LeDoux
- Bass, Bells, Keyboards, Vocals – Chris Groves
- Drums – Chris Wetherell
- Guitar, Recorded By, Mixed By – Daniel Lowrie
- Guitar, Vocals – Adrienne Robillard
- Mastered By – John Greenham
- Written By – Citizens Here And Abroad
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 7 23724 65082 4
- ASIN: B00018D62U
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