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  • Performer: Idles
  • Album: Brutalism
  • FLAC: 1118 mb | MP3: 1265 mb
  • Released: 2017
  • Country: UK
  • Style: Alternative Rock, Punk
  • Rating: 4.9/5
  • Votes: 115
Idles - Brutalism album flac


Heel / Heal
Well Done
Date Night
Faith In The City
1049 Gotho
Divide And Conquer
Rachel Khoo
Stendhal Syndrome
Untitled (White Privilege)
Slow Savage


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
BALLEY001 Idles Brutalism ‎(LP, Album, Ltd) Balley Records BALLEY001 UK 2017
HSE-4490 Idles Brutalism ‎(CD, Album) Hostess Entertainment Unlimited HSE-4490 Japan 2017
BALLEY001 Idles Brutalism ‎(CD, Album) Balley Records BALLEY001 UK 2017
BALLEY001 Idles Brutalism ‎(CD, Album) Balley Records BALLEY001 UK 2017
BALLEY001 Idles Brutalism ‎(CDr, Album) Balley Records BALLEY001 UK 2017
BALLEY001 Idles Brutalism ‎(CDr, Album, Promo) Balley Records BALLEY001 UK 2017
BALLEY001 Idles Brutalism ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, RE, Ash) Balley Records BALLEY001 UK 2017
BALLEY001 Idles Brutalism ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, RE, Blu) Balley Records BALLEY001 UK & Europe 2017
BALLEY001, BALLEY001LP Idles Brutalism ‎(LP, Album, RE) Balley Records, Balley Records BALLEY001, BALLEY001LP UK 2017
none Idles Brutalism ‎(13xFile, AAC, Album, RE) Partisan Records none UK, Europe & US 2018
PTKF2155-2 Idles Brutalism ‎(CD, Album, RE, Dig) Partisan Records PTKF2155-2 UK, Europe & US 2018
PTKF2155-1 Idles Brutalism ‎(LP, Album, RE, RM) Partisan Records PTKF2155-1 UK, Europe & US 2018

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Brutalism is the first album by Bristol band Idles, released in March 2017. The band started recording the album in 2015. Singer Joseph Talbot's mother (who is pictured on the album cover along with a sculpture by Talbot and his father) died during the recording of the album after a long illness, and his time caring for her, and her death, had a major impact on the album, with Talbot later stating "She was that album. That's why she was on the cover.

Brutalism is the debut album from UK post-hardcore band IDLES. The album was written after the death of lead vocalist Joe Talbot’s mother, on whom Mother is based. Trellick Tower, London, United Kingdom (photo by stevecadman). The title refers to Brutalist architecture, noted for its stark utilitarian style and predominant use of exposed concrete. The style is common among post-war urban English buildings, including public housing apartments

Music merch tickets af gang. Joy as an act of resistance. Released on Partisan Records 31/08/18. Released on Partisan Records 10/3/17.

Label: Balley Records ‎– BALLEY001. Absolutely delighted to own number 3/100, signed and in mint condition. I feel a custodian of the album and happy for any fan living or near Bristol to take a look over coffee. Reply See 3 replies Notify me 3 Helpful.

Brutalism, the debut album by UK five piece IDLES, may not reinvent the punk rock wheel but is loaded with some of the most fiery performances and brutally honest lyrics I've heard in years. The government may be eager to get rid of the architecture that gives the album its name, but Idles have offered a ‘Brutalism’ that demolishes back.

Brutalism has lost none of its bite and stands peerless as a staggering album of unmatched sincerity and self-assuredness.

It's punk, or post-punk, or something in between, with bruised and bruising guitars flailing before grazed bass and drums hit so hard most people'd snap a wrist, but it's crucially human. It's very funny in places – as mini-hits Well Done and Stendahl Syndrome prove – and although Brutalism may have it's downer moments, the boundless charisma of grizzled frontman Joe Talbot shines through and offers a weird kind of optimism.

Those city streets in the morning and their cruel intentions are the things that motivated Brutalism and albums like it. I know it for a fact. Such anger and angst is only justified in the way that it actually has something to say.

Warped as well kinda bummed for paying 20+ bucks for it to be warped sounds good tho
just received the partisan records pressing but sound is like muffled...does someone know if the original balley records pressing sound better than this.this album is a gem and i would really to get the better sound possible.Thanks to let me knowbest
The Partisan reissue sounds clearer than the Balley pressings.But i wouldn't say either of them sound muffled, you must have a dud.
Definitely a better mix, but sadly this pressing is heavily warped as others have commented.
The initial release does not have the barcode on the back and has IB at the top of spin and AF at the bottom , the other side / spine is blank.
Anybody any idea of quantities pressed on first issue ?
Hi Dave, I think it was 500 copies Ben ;)
the fucking vulture trying to flip this for HALF A MILLION FUCKING POUNDS, FUCK OFF
Got my copy and fanzine signed at Brighton,well worth the sixteen hour day outThanks guys
Just a heads up - the band are auctioning a copy of this in aid of the charity Save Chandos House Addiction Treatment Centre! https://www.jumblebee.co.uk/idlessuperrarebrutalismasheditionvinyllp#buzz_expend_51598
How is the sound quality on this press? Any differences when compared to the UK versions?
Mine is also warped! Sounds good though, more clarity than the original pressing.
Mines warped (like all new vinyl these days) but it's dead quiet, except for the final track on the album which has consistent popping throughout the entire thing, which is awesome. I'm guessing this is a GZ or Rainbo pressing, not sure which but they're both consistently inconsistent so it's probably one of the two. The dynamics are... eh, fine... It's a punk album, sounds like a punk album. But it's got good bass, it's not muddy. I don't have an original press to compare it to but honestly this sounds better than both "Deluxe" editions of "Joy as an Act of Defiance" I went though so.. do with that what you will...
Would it be possible to udate the run out info for this pressing? Kinda wanting to know if it's truly remastered as the initial European vinyl pressings are lacking any noticeable differentiation between vinyl/digital formats.
Just picked it up, it's alright. The album is awesome but quality isn't up there like others. Haven't heard the UK pressing to compare it too though so don't know if it better or not.Edit: On a second listen, with the headphone this time and loud, sounded really good! Good mix and sounds clear.
Absolutely delighted to own number 3/100, signed and in mint condition. I feel a custodian of the album and happy for any fan living or near Bristol to take a look over coffee.
Would you sell this by any chance? Looking for a copy will pay well
Ah superb glad you found one mate, pleased for you and no 3...respect!!!
Thank you... I'm delighted and it's number 3/100. God loves a tryer!
Glad to hear that you got your hands on a copy!
This great album deserved a better cut to vinyl. Its flat and lifeless really. Needs to be really cranked up past your normal listening position (and then some) to get anything out of it. Needed to be actually cut to vinyl by someone, not just a digital machine job to vinyl I've been trying to think the last time an album did not mention the band/artists name on the sleeve. The bands name is not on the album anywhere at all!
received the partisan reissue yesterday and it sounds really flat and muffled.can't compare to this original balley issue.if someone could send me a feedback by comparing both issue.it would be really cool...this gem deserve a better mastering for sure.Thx
I'm in total agreement the album does require a dedicated vinyl cutting. Not sure if the US version has been cut specifically for vinyl as I see the remastered tag has been submitted. The European version is very flat master.
There's still some copies of the blue variant being sold in Bristol Rough Trade if anybody's after one. I'm guessing a few people didn't turn up to grab their copy.
lol at this fuckin guy trying to flip for 100k euros
Yep! That’s gonna be there for a looooooooonnng time! Trying to profit from a personal & meaningful statement from a grieving frontman!...Well Done!
Record also includes numbered fanzine 1 to 100 . Awesome piece of vinyl, one of the best live bands around at the moment.If you get a chance go see themThanks Idles
My girlfriend was slightly taken aback by this purchase... For me it’s the most meaningful record in my collection. Joe’s mother’s passing weighs heavy on this record and it’s a sublime artistic statement to release this edition. It will be difficult to hear ‘Divide and Conquer’ without thinking of her passing from now on.Beautiful. Best Punk record of '17 by some distance from one of the most vital bands on earth. Reading about Joe's trips to visit his mother between Newport and Bristol during the making of this album really pulls on the old heart strings; what an artistic statement this record is. Very few bands have resonated with me in such a personal, political and musical level with me; Idles’ ‘proper’ debut LP is up there with Fugazi, Propaghandi and Bad Brains as far as I’m concerned.Raw as fuck punk with an important message - what’s not to love?I sincerely hope the remaining 99 guys who purchased this don't even consider the thought of flipping a record containing Joe's mum's ashes. Truly an LP to treasure. Much love to Joe and the rest of the band - if you were to call it quits now your legacy is intact; however there are many miles to go on your path to greater things. I hope the guys who missed out continue to support this band and are lucky enough to catch some of their intense live shows.Looking forward to future Idles releases and treasuring this LP for the rest of my days.❤️
No problem, I would too and thank you for replying ????????
Sorry man; I’d sell my house before I sell this record
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