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La Dispute - Somewhere at the Bottom of the River Between Vega and Altair (10th Anniversary) (2018)

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Release - Nov. 9th, 2018

Genre - Post-Hardcore

Quality - MP3, 320 kbps CBR / FLAC

 

Tracklist:


1. Such Small Hands (01:35)
2. Said the King to the River (04:01)
3. New Storms for Older Lovers (04:59)
4. Damaged Goods (02:55)
5. Fall Down, Never Get Back up Again (02:45)
6. Bury Your Flame (04:35)
7. Last Blues for Bloody Knuckles (05:00)
8. The Castle Builders (02:46)
9. Andria (04:20)
10. Then Again, Maybe You Were Right (01:36)
11. Sad Prayers for Guilty Bodies (03:46)
12. The Last Lost Continent (12:02)
13. Nobody, Not Even the Rain (01:10)

 

Total length: 51:30


*thanks for the leak @Childish_Albino*

 

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what's the difference between the old and this one?

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47 minutes ago, 133mhz said:

what's the difference between the old and this one?

 it's rerecorded

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11 hours ago, humbleledger said:

 it's rerecorded

Nothing was re-recorded.

 

I read a post or an interview where Jordan explained nothing was re-recorded.

 

this is from their band camp.

 

La Dispute’s biting debut full length ‘Somewhere at the Bottom of the River Between Vega and Altair’ is the culmination of sleepless nights and exhausting recording sessions. It was the product of a young band with an unyielding persistence that bordered on outright psychosis. As a result, the frantic guitar, unexpected time signatures and emotive vocal work has stood the test of time and remained an influence across the post-hardcore and emo scenes. To mark 10 years since it’s inception, No Sleep will be releasing an entirely new version of the anthemic album which remains a huge part of the label’s on-going success. 

‘Somewhere at the Bottom..’ may be the same record cemented in post-hardcore history, but it’s also been completely revamped. The LP was taken to Grammy-nominated recording vet Will Yip (Code Orange, The Menzingers, Circa Survive) who re-amped the guitars from the original recording files, features a new mix Dave Schiffman (Thrice, Charlie XCX, Trash Talk) and was then mastered by Emily Lazar (Coldplay, Beck, Morrissey). The 10 year retrospective also comes with re-imagined artwork by Corey Purvis to give fans a nostalgia bomb that somehow feels like a brand-new classic. Somewhere at the Bottom's retelling captures the same captivating, hectic stories fans fell in love with 10 years ago all with a shiny new coat of paint."

 

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FLAC added!


#3 of 2019 • TEN FÉ // FUTURE PERFECT, PRESENT TENSE • Indie Rock
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14 hours ago, BULL3T2B1NARY said:

Nothing was re-recorded.

 

I read a post or an interview where Jordan explained nothing was re-recorded.

 

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news to me, I wonder where the misconception came from... I've been told both here and two other communities otherwise. 

 

disappointing

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12 hours ago, humbleledger said:

news to me, I wonder where the misconception came from... I've been told both here and two other communities otherwise. 

 

disappointing

When it was announced, I also read that it was re-recorded, but I can't remember where.

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Pre-ordered it via bandcamp.

From the very first second of "Such Small Hands" I was kinda blown away with that re-amped sound. Felt just like 10 years ago, when I heard it for the first time.

Not disappointed, and don't regret spending money on that old-school masterpiece.

Anyway, thanks for leaking!


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