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The Drones - Havilah Album

The Drones - Havilah Album

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Interprète: The Drones
Titre: Havilah
Pays: US
Publié sur: 2008
Style: Alternative Rock
Category: Rock
Classement: 4.2
Catalogue #: ATPRCD31
Label: ATP Recordings


1Nail It Down
2The Minotaur
3Your Acting's Like The End Of The World
4Oh My
5I Am The Supercargo
6Cold And Sober
7Careful As You Go
8Luck In Odd Numbers
9The Drifting Housewife


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
ATPRCD31The Drones Havilah ‎(CD, Album)ATP RecordingsATPRCD31Australia2008
ATPRCD31The Drones Havilah ‎(CD, Album)ATP RecordingsATPRCD31Australia2008
ATPRCD31The Drones Havilah ‎(2xCD, Album, Ltd)ATP RecordingsATPRCD31Australia2008
ATPRLP31The Drones Havilah ‎(2xLP, Album)ATP RecordingsATPRLP31UK2008


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Havilah is the fourth studio album by Australian alternative rockers, the Drones, which was released by ATP RecordingsMGM Distribution in September 2008. It was co-produced by the group with Burke Reid and issued in February 2009 for the United Kingdom and United States markets. The title refers to a biblical town of the same name a Shangri-La-esque place with an abundance of gold and is the valley 20 kilometres 12 mi from Myrtleford, where they recorded. Listen free to The Drones Havilah Nail It Down, The Minotaur and more. 10 tracks 53:19. The title of the album is a biblical reference to a Shangri-La-esque town Havilah with an abundance of gold. It is also the name of a valley near where the album was recorded. Havilah Q&A. If the Drones have grown a touch more polished and focused with time, it's not at the expense of creating compelling music - if anything, Havilah even more clearly places the band as one of Australia's best rock bands ever, something that goes beyond the clear twang in the voice of Gareth Liddiard right from the start of Nail It. Genre: Indie , like everything The Drones have done, is an album of contradictions, where bombast meets beauty, melancholy wrestles with violent guitars and singer Liddiard's incendiary voice lights up his angular poetry. It's an album that's brimful of the innovation and artistic integrity that has made The Drones one of Australian rock's most critically acclaimed acts here and overseas during the past four years. Track Listings. Disc: 1. Album 2008 11 Songs. The Drones. Alternative Drones - Havilah review: The band once again revel in their mix of Neil Young, Tom Waits, and Black Flag. Gloriously loud and perhaps even a little more restrained 'Havilah' sits next to 'Gala Mill' as yet another great, dynamic record from the Drones. Review Summary: The band once again revel in their mix of Neil Young, Tom Waits, and Black Flag. Havilah is a music album by The Drones released in 2008. Havilah is ranked 15,036th in the overall chart, 3,196th in the 2000s, and 347th in the year 2008. On their fifth album, these unsung Australian art-blues champs hit a terrific peak, where their typically scorching flurry of strangled chords and squalling solos was matched by an unimpeachably great set of songs. Frontman Gareth Liddiard drawls and howls his way through his allegorical tales of Minotaurs, cargo cults and slow-creep apocalypse, often sounding like one of the few rock lyricists worth paying real attention to he's a vocalist like no other, to boot, his melodic ear never better than here