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Staring At The Steeple - The Fiery Furnaces - Im Going Away (CD, Album)

22 Oct, 2021 1 comments
Duzilkree   Kazira


2009
Label: Thrill Jockey - Thrill 220 • Format: CD Album Advance Copy, Press Release • Country: UK • Genre: Rock • Style: Art Rock, Indie Rock, Experimental
Staring At The Steeple - The Fiery Furnaces - Im Going Away (CD, Album)

 ·  · The Fiery Furnaces do tiptoe onto the elaborate ground they've already covered on I'm Going Away's second half with "Staring at the Steeple"'s sinister rock and jazzy segues and "Keep Me in the Dark"'s globe-trotting intrigue, but their muscular playing keeps things more grounded than they've been in the past/10(80).

 · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about The Fiery Furnaces - I'm Going Away at Discogs. Complete your The Fiery Furnaces collection/5(52).

 · Produced, recorded and mixed in the 88th, 90th and 94th Precincts, New York City. Lyrics printed on the inside back cover of the gatefold sleeve. Includes a coupon to download a mp3 of the record from the Thrill Jockey web site. Limited to copies pressed on g virgin vinyl/5(33).

 ·  · Listen to I'm Going Away (Bonus Track Version) by The Fiery Furnaces on Apple Music. Stream songs including "I'm Going Away", "Drive to Dallas" and more.

 · Now comes the new album. "I'm Going" (12 tracks; 47 min.) kicks off with the weirdish sounding title track, followed by an even stranger "Drive To Dallas" (with an ever-faster tempo towards the end), but pretty soon into album settles in and, get this, the band sounds as straight-forward indie-rock as they've ever been/5(9).


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  1. Daizilkree

     · I’m Going Away is the Fiery Furnaces’ Eighth album. It was recorded by and mixed with Jason Loewenstein at the end of and the beginning of in New York City. Jason also played bass and Robert D’Amico played drums. All songs were written together by Eleanor and Matthew Friedberger, except for the title track, which is “trad.

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