The Strokes - All The Time album flac
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- Phonographic Copyright (p) – RCA Records
- Copyright (c) – RCA Records
- Marketed By – Sony Music Entertainment
- Distributed By – Sony Music Entertainment
- Published By – The Strokes Band Music
- Produced At – Electric Lady Studios
- Produced At – One Way Studios
- Mixed At – Electric Lady Studios
- Mixed At – One Way Studios
- Mastered At – The Mastering Palace
- Pressed By – United Record Pressing
- A&R – David J. Wolter
- Art Direction – Brett Kilroe, Fab Moretti*
- Design – Brett Kilroe, Tina Ibañez
- Engineer – Gus Oberg, Phil Joly
- Management – Ryan Gentles, Wiz Kid Management
- Mastered By – Dave Kutch
- Photography By [Still Life] – Jason McDonald
- Producer, Mixed By – Gus Oberg
- Written-By, Arranged By – The Strokes
NotesThe first single from the Strokes 5th studio album ‘Comedown Machine’ via Rough Trade Records.
Published by The Strokes Band Music (ASCAP)
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 888837045674
- Label Code: LC 00316
- Matrix / Runout (SIDE A): 88883704567-SA-1 Ⓤ N̶
- Matrix / Runout (SIDE B): 88883704567-SB-1 Ⓤ N̶
- Other (On label side A): 88883-704567-7-SA
- Other (On label side B): 88883-704567-7-SB
- Rights Society: ASCAP
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Music video by The Strokes performing All The Time. C) 2013 RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment.
Produced by Gus Oberg. Album Comedown Machine. Those that try anything once Should we care about the only ones? All the time that I need is never quite enough All the time that I have is all that’s necessary. You're livin' a lie You're livin' a lie You're livin' too fast You gotta pray for the best You never ask why You never ask why You're livin' a lie Baby, you're flying too high. No one talks About the war On my block Or by the shore
The Strokes released their debut album, Is This It, in the US in October 2001. The album was produced by Gordon Raphael, as was their follow-up album Room On Fire. RCA delayed the North American (US) release over concerns with the album's cover and lyrics. While critics noted the influence of CBGB stalwarts Television, Casablancas and bandmates said they had never heard the band, instead citing the Velvet Underground as a reference point.
The Strokes released their debut album, Is This It, in the US in October 2001. The album was produced by Gordon Raphael, along with their follow-up album Room on Fire as well. RCA delayed the North American (US) release over concerns with the album’s cover and lyrics. While critics noted the influence of CBGB stalwarts Television, Casablancas and bandmates claimed to have never heard the band, instead citing the Velvet Underground as a reference point.
Track the strokes on bandsintown, songkick. Oblivius (Official Lyric Video). Threat of Joy. Drag Queen (Official Lyric Video). Under Cover of Darkness. The End Has No End. Reptilia.
All the time in the world Is all that's necessary. You're living a lie You're living a lie You're living too fast You gotta pray for the best You never ask why You never ask why You're living a lie Baby you're flying too high. The Strokes negam que um novo álbum esteja sendo gravado. The Strokes está trabalhando em material novo", revela pai de Albert Hammond Jr., Compartilhar.
Single: ‘All The Time’ Underrated Gem: ‘Tap Out’. To say that Angles had quite the difficult birth would be an understatement. After five years of radio silence, whispers of a new album were marred with rumours of in-fighting and frontman Julian Casablancas isolating himself from his bandmates. It wasn’t looking too good for The Strokes – until the absolutely rocking ‘Under Cover of Darkness’ was released. For all the pre-release talk about creative differences, Angles felt like the next logical step in the band’s evolution. Beyond being one of the best indie rock albums ever recorded, Is This it was also the catalyst for the shift from snapback caps to skinny jeans, and the development of some of today’s best indie rock bands.
What makes an album cover great? These days, the whole concept of album artwork - arguably even the album itself - is a moot point. Today's teenagers have iPods full of music but many have never bought a compact disc, while vinyl is increasingly the preserve of bearded collectors as even club DJs move towards digital mixing solutions . The Strokes - Is This It. The greatest thing about this album cover is that it looks like something that even Spinal Tap would reject.
The Strokes, ‘Is This It’. RCA, 2001. The debut from these mod ragamuffins was a blast of guitar-combo racket that made New York's shadows sound vicious and exciting again. Is This It mixed Velvet Underground grime and skinny-tie New Wave jangle with Julian Casablancas' Lower East Side dispatches – sometimes acidic, always full of great melody. This self-mythologizing spectacle about John and lyricist Bernie Taupin features "Someone Saved My Life Tonight" – from the time Taupin talked John out of suicide. 157. Joy Division, ‘Closer’. This is one of the most chilling albums ever made, with droning guitars, icy bass lines and stentorian vocals.
21. Chances (Comedown Machine) This is the sort of straightforwardly pretty song that wouldn’t make sense on any other album, but we’re happy to have it in the canon. Now it just needs an indie rom-com make-out scene to soundtrack.