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Recognise - The Hundred In The Hands - Red Night (CD, Album)


Download Recognise - The Hundred In The Hands - Red Night (CD, Album)
2012
Label: Warp Records - WARPCD227 • Format: CD Album • Country: UK • Genre: Electronic, Rock, Pop • Style: Electro, Experimental, Indie Rock


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9 thoughts on “ Recognise - The Hundred In The Hands - Red Night (CD, Album) ”

  1. Indeed, RED NIGHT is more conceptually deep than The Hundred in the Hands' debut. "Recognise" has a sadness to accompany the shoegaze-like effects, and "Come With Me" has a galloping energy augmented by the rhythm guitar. The title track has some odd harmonics that help deepen the sonics, while "Faded" grooves into almost house territory/5(11).
  2. Oct 13,  · RED NIGHT starts off with what sounds like a classical music transmission from Siberia before Everdell's vocals come in to haunt "Empty Stations" even as the track explodes with sound. Indeed, RED NIGHT is more conceptually deep than The Hundred in the Hands' debut. "Recognise" has a sadness to accompany the shoegaze-like effects, and "Come With Me" has a galloping energy /5(43).
  3. Red Night finds the Hundred in the Hands moving in a subtler, more expansive direction than the hard-edged electro-rock of their self-titled debut. While many groups would find such a change challenging, it actually suits THITH 's strengths far better than their first full-length did. Their previous rock trappings are by and large gone, and when they do appear -- as on the dramatic opening track, 7/
  4. Red Night. Warp's electronic pop hopefuls The Hundred In The Hands return with their second album, recorded in their own New York studio in and it's a spirited outing, confidently written and produced, and full of unlikely juxtapositions.
  5. Listen free to The Hundred in the Hands – Red Night (Empty Stations, Recognise and more). 10 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at contcelpiticoncfun.siotanitipersnumbsearpemamissbronsilk.co
  6. The Hundred in the Hand’s reveal their new album, ‘Red Night’, the follow up to their self-titled debut. A self-produced rumination on the ideas of separation, heartbreak and losing something special to you (band members Eleanore Everdell and Jason Friedman are a couple), lyrical and musical shading lends more to the darker side of things than previous material.
  7. Album. Red Night The Hundred In The Hands. Released Red Night Tracklist. 1. Empty Stations Lyrics. 2. Recognise Lyrics. 3. Come With Me Lyrics. 4. Red Night.
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