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Statehood - Lies and Rhetoric album download

Statehood - Lies and Rhetoric album download

Lies and Rhetoric
October, 2006 - June, 2007
Recording location:
Inner Ear Studios, Arlington, VA
MP3 archive size:
1251 mb
FLAC archive size:
1120 mb
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Lies and Rhetoric is a record that still has one foot in the bedroom, and the other in the melodic, but twisted . post-hardcore that plenty of listeners will never tire of. "A Story's End" and "Giants" start the record off with nervous energy and distinctive melodies, but don't quite transcend the anxious pulse of the post-punk we've heard much of before. Thompson acquits himself well on the sparkling textures of "Hidden Views" and even some talkbox-like effects on "Transfixed". The lyrics on the latter offer vague notions of dissent without digging into themes of "lies and rhetoric" the song mentions offhand, alluding more towards interpersonal relationships in pattern with most of the record. The interplay is seamless in "No, I Don't Think You Want to Know", which features both a familiar loping disco beat as well as a spacey, almost drum-n-bass bridge, as well as woozy, delirious guitar bends and.

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Featuring The Dismemberment Plan's terrific rhythm section, Statehood knows the style well. It's easy to hear its forebears, J. Robbins, Guy Picciotto, and Jason Farrell, on Lies And Rhetoric, but the album doesn't sound reductive. The classics, when done well, never go out of style. Recent Video from The .

Lies and Rhetoric" comes on Monday just about everywhere. We don't have somewhere to collect press just yet, but in the meantime check out HEREfor a City Paper story about playing in a band and teaching at the same time.

Information for album "Lies And Rhetoric": Statehood. Members · A. - Clark Sabine. Joseph Easley : "Joe Easley".

Rhythm section of the Dismemberment Plan, singer of the Motorcycle Wars and guitar from the Vehicle Birth drinking all of the coffee and making music. Genre: Rock: Rock & Roll. We'll ship when it's back in stock. Is that some sort of mission statement? Is Statehood sick to death of the middle ground, or do they just love a good turn of phrase? Listening to this . band’s debut is like enjoying a fine cocktail of both. It’s time to pay attention, sings Clark Sabine in the opening shot, A Story’s End, and it’s good advice for you and everyone.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 A Story's End Statehood Statehood 2:40
2 Giants Statehood Statehood 2:47
3 Save Yourself Statehood Statehood 4:48
4 End the Moderation Statehood Statehood 2:39
5 Every Single Question Statehood Statehood 4:53
6 Transfixed Statehood Statehood 3:48
7 No, I Don't Think You Want to Know Statehood Statehood 3:54
8 Sense of Home Statehood Statehood 3:10
9 Hidden Views Statehood Statehood 3:27
10 Still Spinning Statehood Statehood 4:00
11 Disconnect Statehood Statehood 3:15
12 [Untitled] Statehood Statehood 1:00
13 [Untitled] Statehood Statehood 3:10