|Interprète:||Cold War Kids|
|Titre:||Behave Yourself EP|
|Style:||Alternative Rock, Indie Rock|
Producer – Matt Wignall
|2||Baby Boy [Hidden Track]|
|3||Santa Ana Winds|
Drums, Bass – Kevin Augunas
|DWT70134||Cold War Kids||Behave Yourself EP (CD, EP)||Downtown Music||DWT70134||US||2010|
|VVR731656||Cold War Kids||Behave Yourself (CD, EP)||Downtown Music||VVR731656||Germany||2009|
|none||Cold War Kids||Behave Yourself (CDr, EP, Promo)||V2||none||UK||2010|
|CTX543CD||Cold War Kids||Behave Yourself (CD, EP)||Downtown Music||CTX543CD||Australia||2009|
|VVR732156||Cold War Kids||Behave Yourself (12", EP)||Downtown Music||VVR732156||UK||2010|
Recorded and mixed at Tackyland, Long Beach.
Track B1 drums & bass recorded at Fairfax.
Track times only stated for A1, A2 & B1.
℗ & © 2009 Downtown Music, LLC.
Manufactured and distributed by Fontana, LLC.
Behave Yourself - Cold War Kids. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Behave Yourself' is the seventh EP by the American indie rock band Cold War Kids. The EP was announced on their official website on October 26, 2009. A 1-minute teaser trailer was uploaded to YouTube the same day. To promote the album, they played four shows in support of the release, with Flashy Python as a supporting act. The EP's artwork reads These songs were recorded some time between Loyalty. Album 2010 5 Songs. More By Cold War Kids. Robbers & Cowards. Mine Is Yours Deluxe Version. Loyalty To Loyalty. Cold War Kids will be releasing a 4 song EP: Behave Yourself on January 19. Behave Yourself. Your Score. 0 out of 10. I'd rate this higher if it were a full album the material here is so good that its one of the biggest shames of the year that it didnt I'd rate this higher if it were a full album the material here is so good that its one of the biggest shames of the year that it didnt go on to. form a complete album. If only they had put solid tracks like Coffee Spoon and Audience on their last LP. Their second album, Loyalty to Loyalty, was filled with nearly as many disappointments as innovations, but this EP focuses that albums dark, soulful direction into four impressive songs. Audience of One begins Behave Yourself on a surprisingly smooth note, bringing Cold War Kids' sound, especially Nathan Willetts vocals, closer to the Jeff Buckley-tinged side of their music than their feisty rock. Listen free to Cold War Kids Behave Yourself - EP. Behave Yourself - EP. Get album. Artist images. 28 more. Cold War Kids. 1,400,142 listeners. Review Summary: The Cold War Kids start off 2010 with their best release yet. The Cold War Kids have always had a knack for crafting good songs, but as far as albums go they've always seemed a bit lost. Not in a sense of identity, but in knowing when to call it quits. That's why it is so refreshing to see that the newest release from the southern California quartet is an EP that clocks in at just under fifteen minutes. Born from the same sessions as 2008's Loyalty to Loyalty, but consisting of songs that didn't belong but stuck around , Behave Yourself is a surprisingly cohesive mini-release. For now, however, the short and sweet Behave Yourself EP will get many plays, especially from fans of 2008s Loyalty to Loyalty. The tracks - some new, one old - play out similarly with less swing than their debut 2006s Robbers and Cowards, and are much more straightforward for the band. Granted, Cold War Kids still stand out as something unique and beautiful. Opening with the wonderfully piano heavy track Audience , lead singer Nathan Willett shows no fear in his expressive vocal range. This empowered loner shines a bright light on those days spent traveling alone. About Behave Yourself. Behave Yourself Q&A. More Cold War Kids albums. New Age Norms 1. Complainer, 4th of July. Show all albums by Cold War Kids