Pale Saints were a British alternative rock band formed in 1987 by Ian Masters (bass/vocals), Graeme Naysmith (guitar), and Chris Cooper (drums) in Leeds, England. The group began as a jangly indie pop band, influenced by Primal Scream's early sound. By the time they recorded their first EP, Barging Into the Presence of God released in 1989, the band went into a direction that displayed a mix of Ian Masters' choirboy-like vocals along with dark atmospheric and noisy pop tunes.
Pale Saints - Slow Buildings (1994). Songs in album Pale Saints - Slow Buildings (1994).
Anyone revisiting the complete Pale Saints Discography will maybe notice a little bit missing from this album. However much Ian Master purists might scoff this album as a waste; it was however one of my most cherished. This band is a collective of creative musicians, and it lost and important original member, yet did not fail to impress me. This album has some of my favourite Meriel Barham vocals. That song is Fine Friend. Going back and listening to every Pale Saint album, this is the best song they have ever written (and by best I mean like Ride - Vapour Trail, excellent). What this shows to me was that Masters wasn't the only talent in the band, and the replacements had lots of fresh ideas that never got into the ears of the fans of apparently one musician out of a collective.
The Comforts Of Madness. Beggars (от лица компании "4AD"); EMI Music Publishing. You Tear The World In Two. Исполнитель.
Joined November 2013.
More albums from Pale Saints: In Ribbons by Pale Saints. The Comforts Of Madness by Pale Saints. View all albums . Slow Buildings. By: Pale Saints (1994, Rock). 2. Angel (Will You Be My).
|A1||Wasting My Time|
|A3||The Way The World Is|
|A4||Sea Of Sound|
|A5||She Rides The Waves|
|A6||Colours & Shapes|
|A7||The Sight Of You|
|A8||Listen To Your Heart|