Black Moth Super Rainbow - Eating Us download mp3 album
Eating Us by Black Moth Super Rainbow, released 26 May 2009 1. Born On A Day The Sun Didn't Rise 2. Dark Bubbles 3. Twin Of Myself 4. Gold Splatter 5. Iron Lemonade 6. Tooth Decay 7. Fields Are Breathing 8. Smile The Day After Today 9. The Sticky 10. Bubblegum Animals 11. American Face Dust 12. Untitled (Bonus Track) 13. Carpet (Bonus Track) BMSR album co-produced by Dave Fridmann at Tarbox Studios. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card. Eating Us CD. Compact Disc (CD) + Digital Album. Includes unlimited streaming of Eating Us via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
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Black Moth Super Rainbow Format: Vinyl. Eating Us (Bonus Track Version).
Producer – Dave Fridmann. Black Moth Super Rainbow. Eating Us (CD, Album, Promo, Car).
Black Moth Super Rainbow. It must have become clear at some point in the beginning stages of planning their fourth album that something had to change for Black Moth Super Rainbow, that perhaps they had taken their sound as far as they could and needed an upgrade. It sounds like they got tired of making music in a dingy basement filled with melted candles and old pizza boxes and figured it was time to move to the big leagues. To that end, on Eating Us they've paired with Flaming Lips/Mercury Rev producer Dave Fridmann and made a record that is far slicker and pro sounding than anything they've done before.
With members who answer to names such as Power Pill Fist, it’s no surprise that woozy analogue psych-pop is the thing in which Black Moth Super Rainbow specialise. If you were listening to Eating Us on vinyl you’d be forgiven for not knowing whether it rotated at 33 or 45rpm. Those soporific drum breaks compound these songs’ cruising-altitude grandeur, making Eating Us a fitting modern addition to any record collection containing well-worn albums by Air, Broadcast and Lemon Jelly. Memphis Ind, TS £1. 6).
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Eating Us (Bonus Track Version), 2010. Born on a Day the Sun Didn't Rise, 03:46. Iron Lemonade, 03:24.
|1||Born On A Day The Sun Didn't Rise||3:45|
|3||Twin Of Myself||3:21|
|7||Fields Are Breathing||3:30|
|8||Smile The Day After Today||2:33|
|11||American Face Dust||3:24|
NotesTrack 12 is unlisted on sleeve.
This has a B&W, text-only, photocopied cover.
|GRAVE045||Black Moth Super Rainbow||Eating Us (CD, Album)||Graveface Records||GRAVE045||US||2009|
|MI0137CDP||Black Moth Super Rainbow||Eating Us (CD, Album, Promo, Car)||Memphis Industries||MI0137CDP||UK||2009|
|MI0137CD||Black Moth Super Rainbow||Eating Us (CD, Album)||Memphis Industries||MI0137CD||UK||2009|
|URA291||Black Moth Super Rainbow||Eating Us (CD, Album)||Spunk||URA291||Australia||2009|
|GRAVE045||Black Moth Super Rainbow||Eating Us (13xFile, ALAC, Album)||Graveface Records||GRAVE045||US||2017|