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  • Performer: Mew
  • Album: Frengers
  • FLAC: 1166 mb | MP3: 1538 mb
  • Released: 2016
  • Country: UK & Europe
  • Style: Alternative Rock, Shoegaze, Prog Rock
  • Rating: 4.6/5
  • Votes: 575
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Mew - Frengers album flac

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Am I Wry? No
Piano – Patrick Warren
4:52
A2 156
Vocals [Additional] – Damon Tutunjian
4:54
A3 Snow Brigade 4:17
B1 Symmetry
Piano – Nick WattsProducer – Joshua Vocals – Becky Jarrett
5:38
B2 Behind The Drapes 3:37
B3 Her Voice Is Beyond Her Years
Cymbal [Ride] – Rich CosteyPiano – Klaus NielsenTurntables – Tobias BertramVocals – Stina Nordenstam
2:44
C1 Eight Flew Over, One Was Destroyed 4:48
C2 She Came Home For Christmas
Piano – Patrick WarrenTurntables – Tobias Bertram
3:54
C3 She Spider
Guitar [Additional] – Damon TutunjianKeyboards – Nick Watts
4:38
D1 Comforting Sounds
Piano, Keyboards – Nick WattsProducer – MewTrumpet – Bo Rande
8:53
D2 I Should Have Been A Tsin-Tsi (For You) 2:01
D3 Wherever 4:21

Credits

  • Design, Art Direction – Tom Hingston Studio
  • Engineer [Additional] – Andreas Hviid, Dan Lefler*, Darren Mora, Flemming Rasmussen, Fred Archanbault*, Joshua , Troels Alsted
  • Management [Legal Affairs - At Mishcon De Reya] – Adam Van Straten
  • Management [Worldwide Exclusive Management By] – Creation*
  • Mastered By – George Marino
  • Mixed By – Rich Costey
  • Musician – Bo Madsen, Johan Wohlert, Jonas Bjerre, Silas Utke Graae Jørgensen
  • Photography By – Stefan Ruiz
  • Producer, Recorded By – Rich Costey (tracks: 1 to 3, 5 to 9)
  • Written-By – Mew

Notes

Limited re-press on SRC Vinyl, 500 on clear vinyl w/ pink smoke

"I Should Have Been A Tsin-Tsi (For You)" and "Wherever" are bonus tracks"

Recorded at Sweet Silence, Copenhagen, Sun Studios, Copenhagen, Ridge Farm Studio, England, Third Stone Studio, Los Angeles and Cello Studios, Los Angeles.
All tracks mixed at Cello Studios, Los Angeles and Ridge Farm Studio, England.
Mastered at Sterling Sound, New York.
Recorded between September 2001 and November 2002.

Tracks 1, 3, 4, 6, 9 and 10 ℗2003
Tracks 2, 5, 7, 8 ℗2002 Sony Music Entertainment (UK) Ltd.

©2003 Sony Music Entertainment (UK) Ltd.

"Not Quite Friends But Not Quite Strangers"

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Printed (On Jacket)): 8 88430 02231 7
  • Barcode (Scanned (On Jacket)): 888430022317
  • Barcode (Printed (On Sticker)): 7 54220 30732 5
  • Barcode (Scanned (On Sticker)): 754220307325

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
511023 2, 5110232000 Mew Frengers ‎(CD, Album) Epic, Epic, Evil Office, Evil Office 511023 2, 5110232000 UK & Europe 2003
2-511023 Mew Frengers ‎(CD, Album) Sony Music, Epic 2-511023 Indonesia 2003
MOVLP1849 Mew Frengers ‎(LP, 180) Music On Vinyl, Sony Music MOVLP1849 Netherlands 2017
2-511023 Mew Frengers ‎(CD, Album) Sony Music, Epic 2-511023 Argentina 2003
CPK-3339 Mew Frengers ‎(CD, Album) Sony Music Entertainment (Korea) Inc. CPK-3339 South Korea 2004


1 era Versión del Album Frengers que incluía canciones originales del Half The World is Watching Me (2000).

I love the androgynous vocals, and the lyrics feel earnest and charged. Frengers will be a staple of my 2000s catalog from now on.

Tracklist: 1. Am I Wry? No, 2. 156, 3. Snow Brigade, 4. Symmetry, 5. Behind The Drapes, 6. Her Voice Is Beyond Her Years, 7. Eight Flew Over, One Was Destroyed, 8. She Came Home For Christmas, 9. She Spider, 10.

Frengers (sometimes referred to as Frengers: Not Quite Friends, But Not Quite Strangers) is the third album by Danish band Mew, originally released in 7 April 2003. The title is a portmanteau of the words friend and stranger. A frenger is a person who is "not quite a friend but not quite a stranger" according to the album's accompanying booklet.

Mew does not play for the pay, as they are a different breed entirely of the pop rock artist. Their natural habitat does not lay on MTV and hanging on 13 year old's walls. It is in the studio, and their own minds. Mew draws much of their intensely genius influence from such bands as Radiohead, Pixies, Queen, and Modest Mouse. There are hints of Pink Floyd, and a few drops of Prince.

Frengers is the third album by Danish band Mew, released in April 2003. Many of the tracks on the album were previously included on Mew's first two albums Half The World Is Watching Me and A Triumph For Man, both of which saw only limited release.

Recorded at Sweet Silence, Copenhagen, Sun Studios, Copenhagen, Ridge Farm Studio, England, Third Stone Studio, Los Angeles and Cello Studios, Los Angeles.

Frengers was the album that earned Mew international commercial success after releasing two albums that by and large only made an impact in Denmark. Several of the songs on the album appeared in other versions on the first two albums by the band. Frengers is an excellent album by Mew and a gigantic step forward compared to earlier releases.

1LP. In. 4P. Frengers is the third album by Danish band Mew, originally released in 2003. The album was well received. After a European tour supporting . they began to attract wider attention. Whilst their music may be classified as indie and on occasion progressive rock, a band member previously stated "I usually say we are 'indie stadium.

Mew's breakthrough album originally released in the UK in 2003, introduced fans to the band's expansive pop dramatics, intricate passages and shimmering atmospheric sound. Album features the buzz-worthy tracks 'Am I Wry? No', 'She Came Home for Christmas', and the NME Single of The Week 'Comforting Sounds'. Exclusively for Prime members.