St Deluxe - Born into Flame (2012) [MP3 V0]

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St Deluxe - Born into Flame (2012) [MP3 V0]

  Released: 2012
  Genre: Pop/Rock
  Style: Alternative, Indie Rock
  Codec: MP3
  Bit Rate: V0 VBR
  Cover: Front

  01 After the Fire
  02 Born into Flame
  03 Evil Dead
  04 Please Be Gentle
  05 I Know How You Feel
  06 Gift You Gave
  07 Last Years Lust
  08 Your Blood
  09 Jennifer
  10 Falling for Your Lines
  
  St Deluxe burst onto the Scottish rock scene in 2010 with a self-titled debut album that showcased their knack for melodic, fuzzed-out guitar rock. Displaying the talents of guitarist/vocalist Jamie Cameron, guitarist Martin Kirwan, drummer Stuart Kidd, and bassist Brian McEwan, the band drew favorable, and quite deserving, comparisons to such longstanding touchstones of the genre as Dinosaur Jr. and Sonic Youth. The groups 2012 sophomore effort, Born into Flame, picks up where their debut left off, with even more catchy and anthemic tracks. Many of the songs on Born into Flame, including the rousing title track, have a cinematic quality, as if each song were the theme to its own film. 

  This idea is reinforced by the wildly infectious and bug-eyed Evil Dead, which finds Cameron gleefully sneering Holding out this winter/Watching The Evil Dead/Tripping on all of your blood and slime. Its a joyful, gory, fist-pumping slacker call to arms that finds the band drawing inspiration from the gonzo zombie energy of director Sam Raimis low-budget horror classic. The track is just one of a handful of revelatory earworms on the album, including the monolithic album opener After the Fire, the sludgy Rolling Stones-esque Gift You Gave, and the messy, menacing hardcore punk-influenced shouter Your Blood. Which isnt to say that St Deluxe dont have a romantic side. 

  On the contrary, the epic slow-burn ballad I Know How You Feel is an emotionally devastating confession of love and failure set against distorted contrail guitar lines. Kirwan sings I know how you feel, but I dont want you to feel and Patterns that I cant change are just patterns that I cant change/Over and over and over again. Its an absolutely gorgeous, poignant song that, as with all of Born into Flame, keeps you listening, over and over and over again.-------------------------------------Torrent downloaded from http://thepiratebay.se
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