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Puberty - Cell 1-VII FLAC album

Performer: Puberty
Genre: Electronic
Title: Cell 1-VII
Released: 2008
Style: Rhythmic Noise, Abstract
FLAC version ZIP size: 1739 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1415 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1297 mb
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 119

Puberty is the process of physical changes through which a child's body matures into an adult body capable of sexual reproduction. It is initiated by hormonal signals from the brain to the gonads: the ovaries in a girl, the testes in a boy. In response to the signals, the gonads produce hormones that stimulate libido and the growth, function, and transformation of the brain, bones, muscle, blood, skin, hair, breasts, and sex organs

Starting in the early 1990s, was initially influenced by IDM artists such as Autechre and Aphex Twin as well as the more mainstream sounds of Depeche Mode, the Cure and Nine Inch Nails.

Puberty - Cell 1-VII. Puberty - Cell 1-VII MP3 version.

Their first album, Central Magnetizm, was well received by the public and sold out quickly. The same year the band was voted the most promising band at the Icelandic Music Awards. CELL7 was also nominated in the category Best Female Artist, a first for an Icelandic hip-hop artist. Subterranean played a number of live shows and opened for several world-renowned artists such as The Fugees and De La Soul. However, the urge to make music never left her. The year 2013 CELL7 therefore decided to make her first solo record. The album, entitled CELLF, was released November 4th 2013. CELL7 joined forces with two of Iceland’s best producers, Earmax and Introbeats, in working on the album.

On 'Puberty 2', that tension is palpable: a both beautiful and brutal romantic hinterland, in which one of America’s new voices hits a brave new stride. The follow-up to 2014's 'Bury Me At Makeout Creek', named after a Simpsons quote and hailed by Pitchfork as a complex 10-song story some of the most nuanced, complex and articulate music that's come from the indiesphere in a while, 'Puberty 2' picks up where its predecessor left off. It's kind of a two parter, explains Mitski. The album was put together with the help of long-term accomplice Patrick Hyland, with every instrument on record played between the two of them. You know the Drake song 'No New Friends'? It's like that.

Puberty 2 is grounded in Mitski’s distorted guitar, and at times feels like it’s in direct conversation with the very notion of the indie rock canon. This makes the album sound simultaneously familiar and challenging, never more so than on lead single Your Best American Girl, where she taps directly into what made people love early Weezer and other ’90s bands favoring a catchy/fuzzy dichotomy.

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1 Sleepy (zzzzzzz)
2 Cell 1
3 Cell II
4 Cell III
5 Cell IV
6 Cell V
7 Cell VI
8 Cell (Seven)
9 Easy As Tying Rope