Ian Brown - Ripples FLAC album
Genre: Electronic / Rock
Style: Alternative Rock, Brit Pop
FLAC version ZIP size: 1198 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1462 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1970 mb
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Released March 1, 2019. Bring Me The Horizon Breaks Down The Meaning Of "mother tongue". About Ripples 1 contributor. Ripples is the seventh record by an English singer and songwriter Ian Brown, released on March 1, 2019. The LP serves as the long-awaited follow-up to 2009’s My Way. Brown self-produced and wrote a majority of Ripples, as well as created the artwork and played most of the instruments heard throughout the record
Ripples is the seventh studio album by English singer Ian Brown, and produced by himself. The album was initially set to be released on 1 March 2019, but soon after the album's release date was brought forward to 1 February 2019. The album's release was announced on 25 October 2018 with the release of the first single "First World Problems". A music video was released to promote the single and the album. The video shows Brown cycling by a canal on a bike similar to the one seen in the .
Ian Brown has released a brand new single, ‘First World Problems’, his first solo material in nine years. The single precedes his new album, Ripples, which will be released on 1 March, 2019. The iconic Stone Roses frontman produced Ripples as well as writing the majority of tracks on the album. Three of the songs were co-written with his sons, who also play a multitude of instruments across the release. Covers of Barrington Levy’s ‘Black Roses’ and ‘Break Down The Walls’ by Mikey Dread complete the album.
Brown wastes no time getting to this point with the album’s opening track, ‘First World Problems’. This pound shop ‘Freedom’, with clavinet-style keys, baggy drums and clumsy guitar solos, loops the same melody for a whole five minutes while Brown berates the workforce’s moans about the daily grind. This, of course, is something he’s been fortunate enough to avoid for decades. The single also hears Brown plant the first of many vague conspiracy theories – All is a distraction by design – which is truly the record’s only unifying ingredient.
It's not for glory nor for riches Nor the honors that I sing But to sing a song of freedom All the joy I long to bring. Not for riches nor the glory Nor the honors that I sing But to sing a song of freedom Sing a song we all can sing. album: "Ripples" (2019). First World Problems Black Roses Breathe And Breathe Easy (The Everness Of Now) The Dream And The Dreamer From Chaos To Harmony It's Raining Diamonds Ripples Blue Sky Day Soul Satisfaction Break Down The Walls (Warm-Up Jams).
Ripples (CD, Album). Ripples (LP, Album, Ltd, Whi).
Now, frontman Ian Brown is plotting a comeback of his own: He’s prepping to release Ripples, his first solo album in 10 years. Due out March 1st, 2019, the LP serves as the long-awaited follow-up to 2009’s My Way. Brown self-produced and wrote a majority of Ripples, as well as created the artwork and played most of the instruments heard throughout the record.
Ian produced ‘Ripples’ as well as writing the majority of tracks on the album. The album was recorded in Liverpool and enhanced in the Beatles room at Abbey Road Studios, before being mixed by long-term collaborator Steve Fitzmaurice.
Ian George Brown (born 20 February 1963) is an English singer and t. He was the lead singer of the alternative rock band the Stone Roses from their formation in 1984. Following the split in 1996, he began a solo career, releasing seven studio albums, a greatest hits compilation, a remix album, an 11 disc box set titled Collection and 19 singles. He has performed solo shows in 45 countries
|1||First World Problems|
|3||Breathe And Breathe Easy (The Everness Of Now)|
|4||The Dream And The Dreamer|
|5||From Chaos To Harmony|
|6||It's Raining Diamonds|
|8||Blue Sky Day|
|10||Break Down The Walls (Warm Up Jam)|
- Recorded At – Parr Street Studios
- Recorded At – Abbey Road Studios
- Recorded At – British Grove Studios
- Recorded At – State Of The Ark
- Mastered At – Gateway Mastering
- Mastered At – Bernie Grundman Mastering
- Mixed At – Pierce Rooms
- Pressed By – Sony DADC – A0103127334-0101
- Artwork [Artwork Concept], Design, Photography By [Front Cover] – Ian Brown
- Engineer [Additional Engineering] – Darren Heelis
- Engineer [Assistant] – Chris Taylor , Matt Barnes , Matt Mysko, Paul Pritchard , Poppy Kavanagh
- Engineer [Assistants (Parr Street Studios)] – Charlotte Sutcliffe, Chris Richard , Jay Leahey
- Layout – Chris Moore
- Management – SJM Management
- Management [Agent] – Charlie Myatt (13 Artists)*
- Mastered By – Bob Ludwig
- Mixed By – Steve 'The Pope' Fitzmaurice*
- Mixed By [Mix Assistant] – Jules Gulon
- Photography By [Back Cover], Photography By [Inside Sleeve] – 3M
- Photography By [Inside Sleeve] – Casey Brown, David Brown , Robert 'Maxi' Maxfield*
- Producer – Ian Brown
- Recorded By, Engineer – Tim Wills
Notes8-page art booklet included.
Packaged in a jewel case with a transparent tray.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 602577082689
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|UICR-1145||Ian Brown||Ripples (CD, Album)||Universal||UICR-1145||Japan||2019|
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|TCV 3216, 00602577142901||Ian Brown||Ripples (Cass, Album, Blu)||Virgin EMI Records, Virgin EMI Records||TCV 3216, 00602577142901||UK||2019|