The Autumns - The Autumns download mp3 album
The Autumns were an American indie rock band based in Los Angeles, California, comprising Matthew Kelly (vocals, guitar), Frankie Koroshec (guitar), Dustin Morgan (bass) and Steve Elkins (drums). Formed by childhood friends Koroshec and Kelly, the band was signed to Risk Records in 1997 and released an EP, Suicide at Strell Park, and album, The Angel Pool, the same year.
Yet while those influences and comparisons are still clear on these 13 songs, Autumns is the group's first album that works as a cohesive whole, on which the songs both complement each other and effectively exhibit different sides of their musical personality.
Death & Leisure is proud to announce the sophomore album from the very special Autumns. 6 tracks of raw sneering electronics. Coming out in spring. Autumns is the solo project of Christian Donaghey, F. Autumns. 4 hrs ·. Phormix are premiering my remix for Velvet May.
With the World Behind" (Lift to Experience). Please Please Please Let Me Get What I Want" (Morrissey, Johnny Marr). Time of No Reply" (Nick Drake). Just You and I" (Angelo Badalamenti). The tracks "Please Please Please Let Me Get What I Want" and "Just You and I" feature Jana Heller from The Arrogants.
The Autumns Tracklist.
The inclusion of making the album a self-titled as the ideal reinvention of their image plays ironically into their history from there on out. With financial woes and label disputes coming in left and right, these things would ultimately cut the band loose with a quiet whimper shortly down the road.
The Autumns - Hush, Plain Girls 03:46. The Autumns - Flies in the Eyes of the Queen 02:04. The Autumns - Heartsick on the Open Sea 02:56. The Autumns - The End 05:19. The Autumns - Every Sunday Sky 03:12. Le Carillon - The Autumns. Covers 3" - The Autumns. Fake Noise from a Box of Toys - The Autumns. In the Russet Gold of this Vain Hour - The Autumns. Fake Noises From A Box Of Toys - The Autumns.
The Autumns is the third studio album by the indie rock band The Autumns. It was released in 2004 on Pseudopod Records. The release was long-awaited, as the recording process was lengthy. In the meantime, bassist Brian Stearns exited the band, and was replaced by Dustin Morgan. An additional guitarist, Ken Tighe, was added to the lineup. All songs by The Autumns. Deathly Little Dreams". Flies in the Eyes of the Queen". 2004 studio album by The Autumns.
|2||Hush, Plain Girls||3:46|
|3||Deathly Little Dreams||3:07|
|5||Flies In The Eyes Of The Queen||2:04|
|6||Every Sunday Sky||3:12|
|8||Edmond & Edward||1:44|
|10||The Moon Softly Weeps A Lullaby||4:43|
|13||Heartsick On The Open Sea||2:56|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Saturnine Anvil
- Copyright (c) – Saturnine Anvil
- Licensed To – Bella Union
- Marketed By – Sinnamon Records
- Distributed By – El Diablo Distribución S.L.
- Artwork – Brook Peterson, Pamela Bjorklund
- Design [Graphic] – Eric Crissman
- Executive-Producer – Amy Beeler, Ben Edlund, Corey Benninger, Dan Falconer, Gary Lynch, Hig, Karen Kelly , Richard Beeler
- Mastered By – Kevin Bartley
- Mixed By – Ben Eshbach (tracks: 11)
- Other [Counsel] – Jeremy Black
- Performer – Brian Stearns, Dustin Morgan, Frank Koroshec, Jamie Seyberth, Jon Sonnenberg, Julie Carpenter, Ken Tighe , Matthew Kelly, Steve Elkins, The Autumns
- Producer – Ben Edlund, Jamie Seyberth
- Recorded By, Mixed By – Jamie Seyberth
- Written-By [Music] – The Autumns
NotesIn memory of Paul Burnsed, Jacqueline Page, and Erik Edmond Snyder.
Bella Union logo appears printed on back inlay.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 8 436023 330961
- Barcode (Scanned): 8436023330961
- Other (Depósito Legal): B-39822-2004
|PSPD9252||The Autumns||The Autumns (CD, Album)||Pseudopod Records||PSPD9252||US||2004|
|DQC-60||The Autumns||The Autumns (CD, Album)||Thistime Records||DQC-60||Japan||2008|
|BELLACD78||The Autumns||The Autumns (CD, Album)||Союз, Bella Union||BELLACD78||Russia||2005|
|BELLACD78||The Autumns||The Autumns (CD, Album)||Bella Union||BELLACD78||UK||2004|
|VVR1029602||The Autumns||The Autumns (CD, Album)||V2||VVR1029602||France||2004|