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Celestial Shore - Enter Ghost (2014)

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22d5698f13f72c2609aa20aad9ad81ed.jpg [b]Artist[/b]: Celestial Shore [b]Title Of Album[/b]: Enter Ghost [b]Year Of Release[/b]: 2014 [b]Label[/b]: Hometapes [b]Genre[/b]: Indie Rock, Math Rock, Psychedelic [b]Quality[/b]: FLAC [b]Total Time[/b]: 32:50 min [b]Total Size[/b]: 225 MB [b]Tracklist:[/b] 01. Creation Myth 03:03 02. Gloria 03:45 03. Now I know 01:48 04. Same Old Cult Story 02:30 05. Weekenders 03:50 06. Shellshocked 01:59 07. Trouble 03:52 08. Too Cute 02:15 09. I Hide 02:31 10. Pass Go 01:14 11. Animal Ratio 03:50 12. Goodbye 01:57
Celestial Shore's second album, "Enter Ghost," is a directive, a confession, and a confrontation. It's the reflection of its makers - Sam Owens, Greg Albert, and Max Almario - and the followup to "10x," their 2013 debut. It's a rock record, and one with the power to time travel with its instruments intact: the electric guitar, the electric bass, and the drum kit. This musical skeleton is sentient. It rattled and rolled us here only sixty years ago. We've danced with it. We've dissected it. Celestial Shore's rock, sometimes appended with words like "art" and "angular" (words that could describe all music), has actually wiggled every which way since birth. It starts and stops with both intention and abandon. Sometimes it's saying three things at once. Sometimes it's saying one. It sounds like love. Recorded in the band's Brooklyn hometown last winter and road-tested on tour with Deerhoof in the spring, "Enter Ghost"is out on Hometapes this Fall and begs to scratch its name into every tree. Oh, and "Gloria" isn't about a girl. It's about New York City.
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