Tame Impala - Tame Impala album flac
|A1||Desire Be Desire Go||4:11|
|A3||Half Full Glass Of Wine||4:27|
|B1||Forty One Mosquitoes Flying In Formation||4:18|
|B2||Slide Through My Fingers||3:20|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Modular Recordings
- Copyright (c) – Modular Recordings
- Marketed By – Modular Recordings Pty. Ltd.
- Mastered At – Electric Mastering
- Lacquer Cut At – Masterpiece
- Pressed By – MPO
- Lacquer Cut By – Greg*
- Mastered By – Mandy Parnell
- Performer – Dominic Simper, Jay Watson
- Written-By, Recorded By, Mixed By, Performer – Kevin Parker
NotesBlack Vinyl Re-issue June 2013
|MODEP023||Tame Impala||Tame Impala (CD, EP, Gat)||Modular Recordings||MODEP023||Australia||2008|
|MODPR131||Tame Impala||Tame Impala (CD, EP, Promo)||Modular Recordings||MODPR131||Australia||2008|
|MODVL174||Tame Impala||Tame Impala (12", EP, Ltd, RE, Red)||Modular Recordings||MODVL174||US||2013|
|MODCL178, MODCL174||Tame Impala||Tame Impala (12", EP)||Modular Recordings, Modular Recordings||MODCL178, MODCL174||Europe||2013|
|00602517839182||Tame Impala||Tame Impala (6xFile, MP3, EP, 320)||Universal Music Australia Pty Ltd||00602517839182||Australia||2008|
Tame Impala LEAKED Voyager album 2019. Timestamps (may not be 100% correct): 01. Yellow Bliss (Intro) 0:00 02.
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Currents is the third studio album by Australian artist Tame Impala. It was released on 17 July 2015 by Modular Recordings and Universal Music Australia, Interscope Records in the United States, and Fiction Records and Caroline International in other international regions. Like the group's previous two albums, Currents was written, recorded, performed, and produced by primary member Kevin Parker
The second, self-titled EP from Tame Impala contains six tracks. A different mix of Desire Be Desire Go appears on Innerspeaker. Half Full Glass of Wine and Skeleton Tiger also appear on Tame Impala . 003, Tame Impala’s first EP. The songs in EP were selected from.
The Aussie band, who are headlining Coachella this year, have promised "new sounds" in 2019. From their remarkable debut ‘Innerspeaker’ in 2010 to headlining Coachella later this year, Aussie psych rockers Tame Impala have enjoyed an astonishing rise. Over the course of their three albums, they’ve won over thousands of fans with their woozy tunes: each album further cementing their place on the top of countless festival bills.
Tame Impala will be having quite a year, it seems-they’ve been announced as one of Coachella’s 2019 headliners, a sure sign that more big festival slots are to come. rd Kevin Parker hinted today (Jan. 3) that he’s got some new sounds cooking up in the studio, and with tentpole tour dates like Coachella on the horizon, we can’t help but anticipate a new album between now and then. Here’s a look at everything we know about Tame’s fourth studio album, and when we think it will finally grace our ears.
The Tame Impala leader previously said that he isn’t a fan of debuting new material live, leading to speculation that the new album may drop in time for their April appearance at Coachella. In the new interview, though, he maintained that he isn’t under any pressure to meet any kind of deadline. I like to think that the album is its own thing, Parker explained. Tame Impala was brought on to headline after Justin Timberlake was forced to cancel his appearance due to vocal cord issues. To help present a set of epic proportions, Parker is considering teaming up with creative director Willo Perron, who has produced concerts for Lady Gaga, Kanye West, and Florence and the Machine. Perron previously worked with Tame Impala for its 2017 Panorama Music Festival performance. I’ve held back before because we’ve always tried to be understated, (but this is) kind of a license to not be that anymore.
Tame Impala "Eventually" single cover. How do your visuals and Tame Impala’s music go ent each other? I think both Tame Impala and I use elements of things we like from the past and personalise them without making art that is a pastiche or retro. We are also both are often labeled as being "psychedelic", but I think that word is overused and doesn't really mean what people think it does most of the time.