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Christina Carter - Electrice Album

Christina Carter - Electrice Album
Title:
Electrice
Performer:
Christina Carter
Style:
Folk Rock, Experimental
Released:
18 Sep 2006
Catalog:
krank 103, krank103
Country:
US
MP3 album size:
1509 mb
FLAC album size:
2103 mb
Genre:
Label:
Kranky

Tracklist


1Words Are Not My Own12:29
2Yellow Pine8:47
3Moving Intercepted8:26
4Second Death10:36


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
WO11Christina Carter Electrice ‎(LP, Ltd, Art)Wholly OtherWO11US2007
WO11Christina Carter Electrice ‎(LP, Album, Ltd)Wholly OtherWO11US2007


Credits


  • Guitar, Voice, SongwriterChristina Carter


Notes


Released in gatefold cardboard sleeve.


Barcodes


  • Barcode (Sticker): 7 96441 81032 1
  • Barcode (Scanned (Sticker)): 796441810321


Album


Electrice is a four-cut, 50-minute album by Christina Carter, one half of the experimental duo Charalambides. It is a completely solo offering that features Carter playing guitar and singing with some notable echo and double-voice tracking effects and not much else. The pieces are all very slow, spacious, elliptical, and graceful. Beginning with Second Death, Carter states that My words will not dieAnother deathMy language will not dieA second deathIt is gone. This ghostly statement is. Christina Carter. Critic Score. free to Christina Carter Electrice Second Death, Moving Intercepted and more. 4 tracks 40:18. Electrice by Christina Carter Year: 2006 Release date: 2006-00-00 Overall rank: 0th. Average Rating: 74100 from 1 vote. Christina Carter - Electrice Label: Kranky Catalog: KRANK 103 Format: CD Country: US Released: 18 Sep 2006 Genre: Rock Style: Folk Rock, Experimental Carter. Electrice, 2006. Second Death, 10:36. Moving Intercepted, 08:26. Now playing: Dua Lipa Don't Start Now Regard Remix. Biography by Wade Kergan. Follow Artist. Album Highlights. Original Darkness. Living Contact. See Full Discography. The one word that defines Christina Carter's new album Electrice is atmosphere. Recorded with the gimmick of using the same key and the same guitar tuning on every song, the album transcends these gimmicks and creates an interesting world of noise. Carter manages to create an album full of twists and turns, some going in wonderfully exciting directions, others going seemingly nowhere. It is an album of sounds and moods, not of individual songs. There are only four songs on the disc. The first song, Second Death, makes use of harmonic vocals that are incomprehensible and haunti. Electrice Album Cover Art. Cover Art


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