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TV On The Radio - Dear Science Album

TV On The Radio - Dear Science Album
Performer: TV On The Radio
Title: Dear Science
Country: Japan
Style:Leftfield, Indie Rock
Released: 2008
Label: 4AD, Beggars Japan
MP3 album szie: 2715 mb
FLAC album size: 1719 mb


1Lover's Day5:55
2Family Tree5:34
3Golden Age4:12
5Dancing Choose2:56
6Halfway Home5:32
7Stork & Owl4:02
8Shout Me Out4:16
9Red Dress4:25
11Love Dog5:36


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
CAD2821CDTV On The Radio Dear Science ‎(CD, Album)4ADCAD2821CDUK & Europe2008
CAD2821TV On The Radio Dear Science ‎(LP, MP, RE, Whi)4ADCAD2821UK & Europe2013
HN562CDXTV On The Radio Dear Science ‎(CD, Album)4ADHN562CDXTaiwan2008
WPCB-10090, noneTV On The Radio Dear Science ‎(CD, Album)Beggars Japan, 4ADWPCB-10090, noneJapan2008
LAB 10098-2TV On The Radio Dear Science ‎(CD, Album, RE)4AD, Lab 344LAB 10098-2Brazil2012


Promotional release. Plain silver disc with different artwork. Released in a slimline jewel case with transparent blue tray and a four panel picture insert (printed on outside only). Text in both Japanese and English. Bonus tracks "Dogs Of Light", "Dumb Animal" and "Crying (Telepathe Remix)" are listed as appearing on the finished release.

Short intro

Dear Science - TV on the Radio. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Dear Science often referred to as Dear Science, is the fourth studio album from New York based band TV on the Radio. It was released via Interscope Records in the US, and licenced through 4AD in Europe and all remaining territories. The album is also available as a vinyl LP with a free mp3 download coupon. Critical response: Dear Science was named the best album of 2008 by Rolling Stone, The Guardian, Spin Magazine, Consequence of Sound, MTV, Enterta read more. Dear Science is the third studio album by American rock band TV on the Radio. It was released on September 16, 2008, digitally through Touch and Go Records, with the physical release coming a week later through Interscope Records in North America and 4AD elsewhere. Dear Science was recorded in 2008 at the Stay Gold studio in Brooklyn, New York. Musically, the album has been described as indie rock, art rock, funk, soul, and post-punk. Kyp Malone said that the album's title came from a note that Dave. TV On The Radio - Dear Science 2008. To favorites 5 Download album. Listen album. Indie Rock. TV On The Radio. Songs in album TV On The Radio - Dear Science 2008. TV On The Radio - Halfway Home. TV On The Radio - Crying. TV On The Radio - Dancing Choose. TV On The Radio - Stork And Owl. TV On The Radio - Golden Age. TV On The Radio - Family Tree. TV On The Radio - Red Dress. TV On The Radio - Love Dog. TV On The Radio - Shout Me Out. Stream Dear Science, a playlist by TV On The Radio from desktop or your mobile device. Album release date: 1 January 2008. Halfway Home. TV on the Radio. Halfway Home, 05:31. Stork & Owl, 04:00. Golden Age, 04:09. DLZ, 03:48. Dogs of Light, 07:05. Now playing: The Weeknd Blinding Lights. RoyalRadio - Love. U2 With or Without You. As Dear Science, unfolds, it becomes clear that it isn't so much a radical change for TV on the Radio as it is a slight but significant shift in approach. Stork and Owl, an inspired mix of hypnotically looping samples and flowing, real-time soulfulness, and Love Dog, which boasts some of Adepimbe's most affecting singing since Staring at the Sun, could have fit easily on earlier albums with a few sonic tweaks. Dear Science. Released September 22, 2008. Dear Science Tracklist. Halfway Home Lyrics. About Dear Science. After the roaring success of their experimental rock opus, Return To Cookie Mountain, TV On The Radio produced their follow up, a warmer, more accessible release that still brimmed with their unique genre-bending sound. The title comes from a phrase Dave Sitek wrote up in the studio. Dear Science, please start solving problems and curing diseases or shut the fuck up. Dear Science Q&A. TV on the Radio have never been shameful about their pop sensibilities, making catchy songs but allowing themselves to spread out the layers of what is possible for something to sound catchy. They are about as experimental as the medium can get on their best days, but against popular belief Dear Science is not them at their most interesting nor crucially their most experimental. For the most part, Dear Science is a more nuanced dance record, with TV on the Radio sounding the most up-tempo and. read more. 5mo