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Performer: Pere Ubu
Genre: Rock
Title: Carnival Of Souls
Released: 2014
FLAC version ZIP size: 1156 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1488 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1861 mb
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Band Name Pere Ubu. Album Name Carnival of Souls. Data de lançamento 09 Setembro 2014. Estilo de MúsicaExperimental Rock. Membros têm este álbum0. 1. Golden Surf II. 2. Drag the River. 3. Visions of the Moon. Pere Ubu. Saber mais. Other productions from Pere Ubu. Carnival of Souls.

Pere Ubu - Carnival of Souls. By Ross Horton, 02 September 2014, 11:30 BST. Release date: 08 September 2014. Country: United States. The album opens with the terse, rigid throb of Golden Surf II, where atonal, dissonant crashes and off-kilter electronic squeals colour the album ‘intense’ from the get-go. There’s no breathing room before the raging sibilant opening of Drag The River, which is one of the best cuts on the album. The cymbal crashes lay waste to the listener’s mind, allowing Thomas’ deranged poetry to seep in unchallenged. The brain-frying intensity (and sonic terrorism) of following number Visions of the Moon invokes a very laborious (I wouldn’t necessarily say ‘bad’) acid trip, if the chosen setting for.

Carnival of Souls, 2014. Golden Surf II, 04:10. Drag the River, 04:01. Visions of the Moon, 03:33.

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Pere Ubu's 18th album offers their most cohesive and disturbing vision of dystopian America. A carnival of oblique reference points, it's also their best album of the 21st century. So far, 2014 has been a banner year for pop satire, as its two greatest proponents, Weird Al Yankovic and Pere Ubu's David Thomas, released albums within two months of each other. Such an association may seem odd, but consider: both Weird Al and, to a less obvious but no less significant sense, Thomas have made careers out of deconstructing familiar pop songs.

Pere Ubu also manages the not-insignificant feat of tying this album to Lady from Shanghai thanks to newest member Darryl Boon's clarinet, which gives an alien yet vintage feel to songs as far-flung as the thundering surf-meets-metal workout "Golden Surf II" and the lovely "Irene," which reprises the allusions to "I Put a Spell on You" in oddly.