|Titre:||Join The Dots|
|Pays:||Australia & New Zealand|
|Publié sur:||09 Dec 2013|
|Style:||Indie Rock, Krautrock, Shoegaze, Psychedelic Rock, Post-Punk|
|Category:||Electronique / Rock|
|1||You Won't Be The Same||4:42|
|2||Join The Dots||7:58|
|3||To A Death Unknown||5:03|
|4||Fall Out Of Love||9:52|
|5||It's Been So Long||4:03|
|6||Left To Wander||4:08|
|7||Too Far Gone To Know||5:07|
|8||As We Turn||4:09|
|HVNLP102CDJ||TOY||Join The Dots (CD, Album)||Heavenly||HVNLP102CDJ||Japan||2013|
|HVNLP102, HVN273||TOY||Join The Dots / Join The Dubs (2xLP, Album, Red + CD, Album + CD, EP + Ltd)||Heavenly, Heavenly||HVNLP102, HVN273||UK||2013|
|HVNLP102CD, HVN273||TOY||Join The Dots / Join The Dubs (CD, Album + CD, EP, Promo + Ltd)||Heavenly, Heavenly||HVNLP102CD, HVN273||UK||2013|
|HVNLP102CD||TOY||Join The Dots (CD, Album)||Heavenly||HVNLP102CD||UK||2013|
|HVNLP102CD||TOY||Join The Dots (CD, Album, Dig)||Heavenly||HVNLP102CD||UK & Europe||2013|
Heavenly Recordings under exclusive licence to [PIAS] Cooperative.
Produced and mixed by Dan Carey. Engineered by Alexis Smith.
Jewel case with gloss black inlay tray.
Join the Dots. The Orchard Music, PIAS от лица компании Heavenly Recordings BMI - Broadcast Music Inc. 50 видео Воспроизвести все Микс TOY - the Dots is the second studio album by British psychedelic rock band TOY, released on 9 December 2013 in Europe and the UK 17 December, USA through Heavenly Recordings. The band recorded the album with Dan Carey, who also produced their debut album, and it took twice as long as their first album to record and master. The first single to be released from the album was Join the Dots, released in October, 2013, as a download and limited hand-stamped seven-inch vinyl. That isn't the case on Join the Dots, which finds them bridging the gaps that made their first album as unfocused as it was promising. Reunited with producer Dan Carey, the band blends the best of each approach they tried on TOY. They give their pop songs some of the drive of their ambitious instrumentals on songs like the former single Endlessly and You Won't Be the Same, which nods to '60s and '80s psych pop with its jangly guitars and hazy keyboards. Album 2013 11 Songs. More By TOY. See Join the Dots. By Jude Clarke, 04 December 2013, 13:30 GMT. Join The Dots. Release date: 09 December 2013. Following relatively swiftly on the heels of their 2012 self-titled debut, Join the Dots continues to make many of the right noises that attracted critical approval from its predecessor. Why is it, then, that the overall effect doesnt quite feel like it comes off in the same way So opener Conductor starts out with a cosmic ripple and a psychedelic sense of wonderment that augers well for whats to follow. The wholly instrumental track is compelling and driven by the motoric rhythms that also propel many of the other better tracks here. All good so far. Join the Dots - Tobias Cummings. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Join The Dots', the album, will be released through Heavenly Recordings on Monday 9th December 2013. It follows TOY's self-titled debut album which was released in September 2012, also recorded with Dan Carey in his South London studio. PRE-ORDER THE ALBUM: Album tracklisting. Conductor 2. You Wont Be The Same 3. As We Turn 4. Join The Dots 5. To A Death Unknown 6. Endlessly 7. Its Been So Long 8. Left To Wander 9. Too Far Gone To Know 10. Frozen Atmosphere 11. Fall Out Of Love. Toy seem a little torn between droney jams and paisley pop, but they're definitely on the way to somewhere interesting, writes Alexis Petridis. In 2010, the US duo MGMT released the follow-up to their million-selling debut album Oracular Spectacular. Congratulations was, they said, influenced not by 60s psychedelia but 80s English underground bands that were influenced by 60s psychedelic rock. There was a song about Television Personalities frontman Dan Treacy, rendered in the trebly, clattering, reverb-heavy style of their 1982 psych album Mummy Your Not Watching Me. Genre: Psychedelic Rock. Or consider a donation. Join the Dots shows that instead of limiting themselves, TOY have just gotten better overall-arguably the more difficult, and rewarding, path for a band to take. Read full review