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Dave Allen And The Elastic Purejoy - The Clutter Of Pop Album

Dave Allen And The Elastic Purejoy - The Clutter Of Pop Album
Performer: Dave Allen And The Elastic Purejoy
Title: The Clutter Of Pop
Country: Canada
Genre: Rock Music
Style:Pop Rock, Indie Rock
Released: 28 Feb 1996
Catalog number: TNSD 0106
Label: True North
MP3 album szie: 2000 mb
FLAC album size: 1325 mb

Tracklist

1Our Heads Are Round2:55
2Auto-Redeemer1:38
3That Disgust Will Allow6:10
4Talk Radio3:50
5A Life In The Priesthood?3:46
6The Agnostic Come Clean3:50
7The Last Of England3:29
8Untitled7:44
9I Feel The Comfort In The Ruin Of It4:25
10Untitled6:10
111:00 Of Silence1:00
12Untitled4:09
13What Did You Expect?3:17

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
Scz-225-2Dave Allen & The Elastic Purejoy Dave Allen & The Elastic Purejoy - The Clutter Of Pop ‎(CD, Album)Schizophonic RecordsScz-225-2US1996
WDPRO 10835, SCZ-225Dave Allen & The Elastic Purejoy Dave Allen & The Elastic Purejoy - The Clutter Of Pop ‎(CD, Album, Promo)World Domination Recordings, Schizophonic RecordsWDPRO 10835, SCZ-225US1996

Credits

  • Backing VocalsBea Chisholm, Nina Grivakes, Paddy McCaffrey-Allen
  • Drums, Percussion, Backing VocalsMike Stinson
  • GuitarMarc Olsen, Rick Boston
  • Guitar, Backing VocalsManny Diez
  • Guitar, Backing Vocals, BassJustin Meldal-Johnsen
  • Guitar, Banjo, Synthesizer [Moog], Keyboards [Roland Analog], Backing VocalsClark Scheffy
  • Keyboards, Guitar, Synthesizer, VoiceDave Allen
  • Mastered ByBrian Gardner
  • Mixed ByHein Hoven (tracks: 1, 2, 7), Rick Boston (tracks: 1, 2, 7), Tracy Chisholm
  • PianoGreg Mora
  • ProducerDave Allen , Tracy Chisholm
  • Recorded ByTracy Chisholm
  • ViolinJessy Greene

Short intro

With a brittle, semi-acoustic, off-center pop sound that I might have pegged as from Down Under Bats, Chills were the author's name not attached, former Gang of Four and Shriekback member Dave Allen deconstructs basic pop for intellectuals with The Clutter of Pop, complete with liner-note essays, a Fellini quote, and recommended reading list. KBPS stands for kilobits per second and the number of KBPS represents the audio quality of the MP3s. Here's the range of quality: 128 kbps good, 192 kbps great, 256 kbps awesome and 320 kbps perfect. Please vote. Add album to Cart. A Life in the Priesthood. Play jigsaw puzzles for free Home. Dave Allen and the Elastic Purejoy. The Clutter of Pop, 2001. Talk Radio, 03:50. Now playing . Listen to music from Dave Allen and the Elastic Purejoy like Talk Radio, I Feel the Comfort In The Ruin Of It & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Dave Allen and the Elastic Purejoy. Latest release. The Clutter of Pop. 31 December 1995. Play album. Do you have any photos of this artist Add an image. Dave Allen and the Elastic Purejoy: Instrumental 2, Instrumental 1, Instrumental 3 и другие песни. The Clutter Of Pop is ranked 22,669th in the overall chart, 4,057th in the 1990s, and 477th in the year 1996. This album is rated in the top 21 of all albums on . The Clutter Of Pop by Dave Allen And The Elastic Purejoy Year: 1996 Overall rank: 22,669th. Average Rating: 75100 from 1 vote. Dave Allen and the Elastic Purejoy: все альбомы, включая The Clutter of Elastic Purejoy was an alternative rock group active in the mid 1990s and led by English bassist-singer Dave Allen. Their work was released on Allen's World Domination Recordings. Their sound can be characterized as bass-driven, progressive indie rock and pop. After their first release, Allen's name appeared on the records' packaging. Their last two releases were subtitled 220 and 320, the last new contributions to Allen's plan at the time to release a series of twenty. Provided to YouTube by CDBaby A Life in the Priesthood Dave Allen and the Elastic Purejoy The Clutter of Pop 1996 Dave Allen Released on: to and buy Dave Allen and the Elastic Purejoy music on CD Baby. Download The Clutter of Pop by Dave Allen and the Elastic Purejoy on the independent record store by musicians for musicians. writhing guitar tentacles. Its title notwithstanding, The Clutter of Pop is actually a much simpler and more straightforward album than almost any of the above. Cracker, as much as I dislike them, are not a bad comparison point. Both bands' musical core is bass, firm but not showy drumming, raw guitar and an uncomplicated voice, wrapped unfussily around solid, if standard, compositional skeletons