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Nowhere is the debut album by British rock band Ride, released 15 October 1990. Rolling Stone called the album "a masterpiece", and online magazine Pitchfork called it "one of enduring moments". Ride released three EPs, Ride, Play, and Fall, prior to the release of Nowhere. Nowhere was recorded live-in-the-studio with producer Marc Waterman. Waterman had a mental breakdown, which resulted in Alan Moulder mixing the recordings.
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Concept Album: Somewhat. Despite the lack of lyrics, it's easy to read different themes into the songs based on the samples employed, and the album as a whole has a sort of emotional arc when listened to straight through. is Exactly What It Says on the Tin: Mike Moya singing the folk song "What'll We Do with the Baby-O. Earn Your Happy Ending: "Antennas to Heaven". After an hour of emotionally intense and occasionally terrifying music, this song carries a feeling of release and serenity not unlike "The Dead Flag Blues" on the band's previous album. Epic Rocking: Several of the tracks exceed 6 minutes in length, with the longest ("Monheim") at just over 12 minutes. The fact that it appears out of nowhere in the middle of a primarily instrumental symphonic post-rock record makes it even creepier.
About Antennas to Heaven. The first movement of Antennas to Heaven features Mike Moya, the band’s guitarist, singing a nursery rhyme, and the third has a sample of a field recording with children talking and singing in French. Antennas to Heaven" Track Info. Mastered by John Golden. Recorded At Chemical Sound. Release Date October 12, 2000.
- Bass – Nicholas Hedegaard Mikkelsen
- Drums, Backing Vocals – Ken Lund Klejs
- Electric Guitar, Lyrics By – John Nicholas Marx O'Sullivan
- Electric Guitar, Music By – Nicolai Michael Busse Hansen
- Vocals – Marie Lund Petersen