Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last. Overview (current section).
There’s no happy-go-luck cheesiness with which to redeem this record, just a serious intent behind technical capability. As the album progresses and we listen to NuSex City, it, like Snow Patrol, thumps about and stops.
Flamboyance and melancholy in equal measure, then, but 'White Noise' mainly leaves you cold. It would take a dazzling collection to sound anything other than a poor relation to such synth titans, and this plainly isn't it.
Richard Woolgar and Glyn Thomas are skilled at false advertisements. Richard Woolgar and Glyn Thomas are skilled at false advertisements. Instead of processed experiments in subliminal and/or excruciating noise, the duo offer a supremely pretentious descendant of ’80s synth-pop.
Awash in keyboards, electronic gadgets, and traditional instrumentation, the album sounds like it would be just as at home in 2002 as it would in 1992 or even 3002.
C, their debut album from 2000, leant a little too heavily on the established pillars of Krautrock, but White Noise rejects such an abstract approach in favor of actual songs, beckoning vocals into the mix-notably, "Carbon Kid," which features guest vocals from Placebo frontman Brian Molko.
1. Snow Patrol, Pt. 1. 4:140:30. Listen to White Noise in full in the this site app. Play on this site.
White Noise albümünü ve albüme ait şarkıları bu sayfada görebilir ve dinleyebilirsiniz. Snow Patrol (Part 1). Nusex City.