Pela - Anytown Graffiti FLAC album
Title: Anytown Graffiti
Style: Alternative Rock
FLAC version ZIP size: 1574 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1726 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1761 mb
Other Formats: DMF VQF APE RA MP3 MP4 MOD
Album Anytown Graffiti. Anytown Graffiti Lyrics. We were standing toe to toe We were out there in the snow You looked like a friend of mine There were footprints on the ground There were songs in my mouth But i couldn't get them out in time We were lying on our backs And the sky went black You were pointing out some constellation But will you whisper in. my ear How we threw away the years Now that would be a conversation
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What we have here is an indie album made by a group of men from that great big land between New York and . called America. And it sounds like it too, this album isn’t textured with Interpol’s dank greys or The Arcade Fires warm strings, though they both influence parts of the album. The album is more optimistic than either of those bands but Pela never really establishes a trademark sound.
The pieces on the album certainly do resemble one another - Pela has a formula, a vision, and they stick to it - but instead of making Anytown Graffiti seem predictable or derivative, this consistency gives an element of depth and wholeness to it, like it's a complete piece, a fully explained thought, instead of just a collection of separate.
My initial response when hearing 'Anytown Graffiti' was that McCarthy's voice sounded like Brandon Flowers and some of the songs reminded me of Stellastarr. Though McCarthy does have a hint of Flowers in his voice, the music is far and away much better than The Killers. In fact, forget I even compared him to Mr. Flowers. From start to finish, 'Anytown Graffiti' is a solid and focused work. Nothing sounds out of place. Its very cohesive and works as a whole. I bought the album before they played the benefit BBQ for KEXP. I actually think there are 4 or 5 better songs than "Lost to the Lonesome", the song getting the most play on that station, but they really blew me away with their live set. They stood out among a bunch of great bands at that show.
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Waiting On The Stairs. Lost To The Lonesome. Drop Me Off. The Trouble With River Cities. Your Desert's Not A Desert At All. Tenement Teeth.
|1||Waiting On The Stairs|
|2||Lost To The Lonesome|
|3||Drop Me Off|
|4||The Trouble With River Cities|
|6||Song Writes Itself|
|7||Your Desert's Not A Desert At All|
|11||7th And 17th|
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 093624998273
|2-124860||Pela||Anytown Graffiti (CD, Album)||Great Society Recordings||2-124860||US||2007|
|2-124860||Pela||Anytown Graffiti (CD, Album, Promo)||Great Society Recordings||2-124860||US||2007|