Aimee Mann - Lost In Space FLAC album
Title: Lost In Space
Style: Alternative Rock
FLAC version ZIP size: 1638 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1757 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1950 mb
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Lost in Space is an album by singer-songwriter Aimee Mann, released in 2002 on her own label, SuperEgo Records. Mann performed the songs "This Is How It Goes" and "Pavlov's Bell" during a guest appearance on the television show Buffy the Vampire Slayer, in the season seven episode "Sleeper". Today's the Day" is featured in the 2002 film Enough
It is, in a sense, a trick of the times that Lost in Space conveys such a vivid visual quality; thanks to the high profile given to her music on the Magnolia soundtrack, it's now impossible to miss the narrative strength of Mann's writing. The mood throughout this album is autumnal, with filmy keyboard beds and expressive shifts between major and minor enhancing the subdued eloquence of her lyrics.
Lost In Space Lyrics. Lost in space, above all drifting To a place where planets shifting The moon's erased, its features lifting the glare. But I am the stuff of happy endings Though mostly bluff, belief suspending But close enough for just pretending to care. And I'm pretending to care When I'm not even there Gone, but I don't know where.
2002 Aimee Mann, SuperEgo Records. It meant the break-through in a career that until then had known more valleys than peaks. The sequel to Lost In Space comes to us in a beautiful booklet in which the texts of Aimee are interspersed with special illustrations by artist Seth. The album contains eleven familiar sounding songs. Mann performs the listener to the intimacy of her own existence. In tracks as Invisible Ink, Real Bad News, Humpty Dumpty (on drug use) and the closing title track reveals her desolate and tormented soul
Tracklist: 1. Humpty Dumpty, 2. High On Sunday 51, 3. Lost In Space, 4. This Is How It Goes, 5. Guys Like Me, 6. Pavlov’s Bell, 7. Real Bad News, 8. Invisible Ink, 9. Today’s The Day, 10. The Moth, 11. It’s No. More albums from Aimee Mann: I’m With Stupid by Aimee Mann. The Forgotten Arm by Aimee Mann. Magnolia – Music From The Motion Picture by Aimee Mann. Charmer by Aimee Mann.
Band Name Aimee Mann. Album Name Lost in Space. Released date 27 August 2002. Labels V2 Music SuperEgo. Music StyleFolk Rock. Members owning this album2. 2. High on Sunday 51. 3. Lost in Space. 4. This Is How It Goes.