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Performer: Palms
Genre: Electronic
Title: It's Midnight In Honolulu
Country: US
Released: 2008
Style: Electro
FLAC version ZIP size: 1382 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1299 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1947 mb
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 844
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It’s Midnight in Honolulu. Palms at this point are probably too inexperienced to pursue a style with this kind of historical debt. Which might be why some portions of It's Midnight In Honolulu- a promising record with several gratifying stretches- come across as stilted and overthought. When Korinth shrieks atop "Monte Alban"'s pulsating minimal synths, it feels like the duo is aiming for difficulty rather than quality. The same goes for "Hang Your Head", one of a handful of rock-leaning numbers

29 Palms" is a song from Robert Plant's 1993 album Fate of Nations. It was written by Charlie Jones, Chris Blackwell, Doug Boyle, Phil Johnstone, and Robert Plant. The song was written about the small town of Twentynine Palms, California, which is located in San Bernardino County in the Mojave Desert. It is said to be based on Canadian singer Alannah Myles, whom Plant was touring with in California at the time he wrote the song.

Palms - It's Midnight In Honolulu MP3 version. 1649 downloads at 23 mb/s. Palms - It's Midnight In Honolulu FLAC version. 1353 downloads at 31 mb/s. It's Midnight In Honolulu ‎(CD, Album). Rare Book Room Records.

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It's Midnight In Honolulu is the 2008 debut album by Berlin/New York duo Palms. This was the second release on the Rare Books label. Der Koenig 2. End Of Term 3. Das Lowenfell 4. Monte Alban 5. New Moon 6. Hang Your Head 7. Leather Daddies 8. Agniezska 9. Boundary Waters 10. Our Home. Nadja Korinth Ryan Schaefer. Produced by Nicolas Vernhes. Palms - It's Midnight In Honolulu (2008).

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Tracklist

Der Koenig
End Of Term
Das Lowenfell
Monte Alban
New Moon
Hang Your Head
Leather Daddies
Agniezska
Boundary Waters
Our Home

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
rbr002 Palms It's Midnight In Honolulu ‎(CD, Album) Rare Book Room Records rbr002 US 2008
RBR002 Palms It's Midnight In Honolulu ‎(CD, Promo) Rare Book Room Records RBR002 US 2008
Bad Sunny
First heard "It's Midnight in Honolulu" when DJ'ing in 2008 from a promo copy sent in that had a catchy album cover. What an awesome album that seems hardly anyone knows about and has practically fallen into pure obscurity since then. This is definitely not an "Electro" album, but more so an avante-garde/indie rock style. I am having a real hard time comparing Palms to any other band or group because their sound is so unique, and quite varied as well. Der Koenig, the opening track subtly reminds me of The Knife (Swedes) singing in German. Pretty good song. End of Term sounds like it was from a Moldy Peaches album, especially that of their rendition of "Little Bunny Foo Foo". Das Lowenfell, track 3, is my favorite song on the album, just a beautiful rhythm set to a humming female voice. I hear influences of The Raveonettes, Siouxsie and the Banshee, fused amongst the "downtempo" genre. I'm not trying to compare Palms to other bands other than the purpose of demonstrating the style of their music. Again, this is a varied and unique sound, and it seems a one-off album by the duo. I played tracks from this album on my indie rock show 10 years ago and I still find time on occasion to listen to this album in full. I can't recommend this album enough!