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Artist(s) ..........:: This Town Needs Guns Title ..............:: 13ΓÇï.ΓÇï0ΓÇï.ΓÇï0ΓÇï.ΓÇï0ΓÇï.ΓÇï0 Record Label .......:: Sargent House Source .............:: WEB, Album Date................:: 2013-Januar-21 Genre...............:: Math rock, Indie rock, Emo, Progressive Rock, Indie Format..............:: Mp3 Quality ............:: 320 kbps avg / 44.1KHz / Joint Stereo Tracks .............:: 12 Total Time..........:: 00:40:42 Total Size..........:: ~ 128 Mb Tracklist: ---------- 01. Cat Fantastic 04:54 02. Havoc in the Forum 03:35 03. Left Aligned 03:24 04. In The Branches of Yggdrasil 02:00 05. I'll Take the Minute Snake 05:54 06. 2 Birds, 1 Stone And An Empty Stomach 04:10 07. Nice Riff, Clichard 02:05 08. Triptych 03:07 09. Pygmy Polygamy 01:42 10. A Different Kind of Tall (small) 04:15 11. +3 Awesomeness Repels Water 04:25 12. 22.214.171.124.1 01:06 NOTE: ======= "This Town Needs Guns sound stylish, sussed and like reformed mathcore men Minus The Bear covering seminal Mancunian miserablists The Smiths. Good, in other words." Kerrang // Oxford, England's This Town Needs Guns has always been known for walking a tightrope line between pop melody and technical precision. But, their sophomore album, 126.96.36.199.0 finds the band blurring the lines so masterfully that their intricate, spindling guitar lines and soaring pop hooks reach unforeseen apexes. And, so it's fitting that the band titled their new album after esoteric means of counting: 188.8.131.52.0 referring to the Mayan calendar's Long Count indicating the beginning (August 11, 3114 BCE) and ending (December 21, 2012) of the current creation. 184.108.40.206.0 is their first album featuring their new vocalist Henry Tremain following the amicable departure of former lead singer Stuart Smith in 2011. This lineup shows considerable growth and cohesion with Tim Collis' signature bluegrass style finger-picking electric guitar lines weaving around brother and drummer Chris Collis' stop 'n' go syncopated rhythms as Tremain's rich vocals glide across the proceedings. But it's the band's earnest songwriting that really shines herein. This Town Needs Guns have stayed true to their sound rather than chasing pop payoff like many of their contemporaries. The result is a leaner, stronger version of themselves similar to the way kindred spirits Pinback and Grizzly Bear have honed unique identities over many years. Album opener "Cat Fantastic" kicks things off at a spritely pace with an incredibly nimble clawhammer plucking guitar melody that sounds like a hybrid of Flatt & Scruggs crossed with Robert Fripp. But, it's the warmth to Tremain's voice and the song's hooky chord progression that makes it easy to forget the depth of musicianship on display throughout. Elsewhere, ethereal vocal melodies weave together with rapid-fire guitar and bass interplay on "Havoc In The Forum" and a sliced-up sounding drum pattern on "I'll Take The Minute Snake." Tremain's vocal acrobatics in "Left Aligned" reach stunning highs while slithering bass chords, fugue-like guitar notes and rollicking drums form a sturdy base. "220.127.116.11.1" perfectly closes the album with a chiming lullaby of interwoven piano and lightly plucked guitar notes.
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