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The Tea Party - Triptych album flac

  • Performer: The Tea Party
  • Album: Triptych
  • FLAC: 1322 mb | MP3: 1872 mb
  • Released: 2000
  • Country: Canada
  • Style: Alternative Rock, Indie Rock
  • Rating: 4.1/5
  • Votes: 523
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The Tea Party - Triptych album flac

Tracklist Hide Credits

1.01 Touch
1.02 Underground
1.03 Great Big Lie
1.04 Heaven Coming Down
1.05 The Halcyon Days
1.06 The Messenger
Written-By – Daniel Lanois
1.07 Samsara
1.08 A Slight Attack
1.09 Taking Me Away
1.10 These Living Arms
1.11 Chimera
1.12 Gone
Cello – Benoît Loiselle, Stêphanie Meyer*Viola – Ligia PaquinViolin – François Pauqin
Bonus Disc
2.01 Psychopomp (Live) 5:10
2.02 The River (Live) 5:11
2.03 Save Me (Live) 8:23
2.04 Lifeline 4:37
2.05 A Woman Like You 3:46
2.06 Temptation (Rhys Fulber Remix)
Remix – Rhys Fulber
5:50
2.07 Sister Awake (Live) 5:35
2.08 Waiting For A Sign 4:10

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – EMI Music Canada
  • Copyright (c) – EMI Music Canada

Credits

  • Artwork By [Cover Concept] – Stuart Chatwood
  • Artwork By [Design] – Antoine Moonen
  • Engineer – Don Hachey
  • Engineer [Assisted By] – Ben Fyvie, George Pelekoudis, Martin Ruel, Michael Weare
  • Engineer [Second] – Ed Krautner, Graham Brewer
  • Mastered By – Nick Blagona
  • Mixed By – Jeff Martin, Nick Blagona
  • Photography – Lori Comerford, Margaret Malandruccolo
  • Photography [Cover] – James St Laurent
  • Producer, Recorded By – Jeff Martin
  • Technician [Studio Drum] – Lee Chomiak
  • Technician [Studio Guitar] – Martin Ruel
  • Technician [Technical Solutions] – Benoît Châplain
  • Written-By – The Tea Party (tracks: 1.01 to 1.05, 1.07 to 1.12)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 7 24352 65852 7
  • Matrix / Runout (CD 1): EMU UDEN 4965452 @1 1-1-5-NL
  • Mastering SID Code (CD 1): IFPI L047
  • Mould SID Code (CD 1): ifpi 1590
  • Matrix / Runout (CD 2): EMI UDEN 5265872 @1 1-2-1-NL
  • Mastering SID Code (CD 2): IFPI L046
  • Mould SID Code (CD 2): ifpi 1590

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
7243 4 96545 2 5 The Tea Party Triptych ‎(CD, Album) EMI Music Canada 7243 4 96545 2 5 Canada 1999
7243 4 96545 4 9, E4 96545 The Tea Party Triptych ‎(Cass, Album) EMI Music Canada, EMI Music Canada 7243 4 96545 4 9, E4 96545 Canada 1999
7243 4 96545 2 5 The Tea Party Triptych ‎(CD, Album) EMI Music Canada 7243 4 96545 2 5 Canada 1999
7243 4 96545 2 5 The Tea Party Triptych ‎(CD, Album) EMI Music Canada 7243 4 96545 2 5 Canada 1999
4965452 The Tea Party Triptych ‎(CD, Album) EMI Music Canada 4965452 Australia 1999


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Triptych (1999) is The Tea Party's fifth album. Triptych showed a band with a new confidence in songwriting. After the gloom of Transmission, which relied heavily on sampling and electronica, for Triptych the band wrote with both melody and content, while using electronica subtlety.

Only for completionists (2%). The album starts off with a heavy 'crossover prog' sound, real fuzzy guitar tone over interesting drum patterns, Jeff's brooding vocals and a mellotron shows up for the chorus (gotta have a mellotron!). The album won't remain heavy, in fact it's probably the band's 'softest' release, which is actually still pretty loud compared to other rock acts. This album also does not ditch the Eastern instrumentation and musical excursions, particularly on the heavy and excellent The Halcyon Days.

Triptych may not be the Tea Party's best overall album, but it is just as satisfying in its own way and will probably be best viewed in hindsight as the point upon which the band took stock of itself and finally seemed to have assimilated the numerous tangents (an explanation for the title of their subsequent "greatest hits" collection) they explored during. their first decade together; there are no answers here pertaining to their next direction, but with a band as spirited as the Tea Party, perhaps there are no such answers as these in the first place.

Performer – Jeff Burrows, Jeff Martin, Stuart Chatwood. Photography By – Lori Comerford, Margaret Malandruccolo. Photography By – James St. Laurent. Producer, Recorded By – Jeff Martin. Technician – Lee Chomiak. Technician – Martin Ruel. Technician – Benoît Châplain. Triptych ‎(Cass, Album). EMI Music Canada, EMI Music Canada. 7243 4 96545 4 9, E4 96545. 7243 5 26585 2 7. The Tea Party. Triptych ‎(2xCD, Album, Ltd, Spe).

The Tea Party (1991) is the first album by the Canadian rock group The Tea Party. It was originally recorded as a demo which the band submitted to several record companies. However, the trio was not signed to any recording contract and decided to release the album independently. The album production is relatively lo-fi and the band re-recorded several of the songs for their major label follow-up Splendor Solis

Another classic from the tea party. This album contains the hard rock they are known for and two of the best ballads they ever made. They have a slight experimental feel about them on this album, but it all gels well. I don't like rock music, but I'm a big fan of the Tea Party because of the middle eastern sounds which they mix into their songs. But I mostly like them because of Jeff Martins voice. He has a beautiful voice, very lyrical and masculine. When I listen to him sing his ballads I actually get chills all over because it sounds so sincere and real-so virile. As opposed to the chessy and treacly songs that are put out by certain "boy bands". The only problem I have with this album is the song "Great Big Lie" which seems to be an attack on The Catholic Church/Christian.

Triptych (1999) is The Tea Party's fifth album. After the gloom of Transmission, which relied heavily on sampling and electronica, for Triptych the band wrote with both melody and content, while using electronica subtlety

The Tea Party released their eponymous debut album in 1991, distributing it through their own label Eternal Discs. The album drew influences from psychedelic rock and blues, and was produced by Martin; album production was something Martin would continue with for all of The Tea Party's albums, as a way of giving the band complete artistic control. In 1993 The Tea Party signed to EMI Music Canada and released their first major label recording, Splendor Solis  . Live at the Enmore Theatre, the band's only live album was released through Australian radio station Triple J during the band's tour for Triptych.

The Tea Party lyrics - 96 song lyrics sorted by album, including "Way Way Down", "Heaven Coming Down", "The Messenger". album: "Triptych" (1999). Touch Underground Great Big Lie Heaven Coming Down The Halcyon Days The Messenger Samsara A Slight Attack Taking Me Away These Living Arms Chimera Gone. album: "The Interzone Mantras" (2001). Interzone Angels The Master And Margarita Apathy Soulbreaking Lullaby Must Must White Water Siren Cathartik Dust To Gold Requiem Mantra. album: "Seven Circles" (2004). Writing's On The Wall Stargazer One Step Closer Away Oceans Luxuria Overload Coming Back Again The Watcher Empty Glass Wishing You Would Stay Seven Circles.