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Hold Steady, The - Heaven Is Whenever Album

Hold Steady, The - Heaven Is Whenever Album
Title:
Heaven Is Whenever
Performer:
Hold Steady, The
Style:
Rock & Roll
Released:
04 May 2010
Catalog:
VR 594
Country:
US
MP3 album size:
1245 mb
FLAC album size:
1186 mb
Genre:
Label:
Vagrant Records

Tracklist


1The Weekenders
2We Can Get Together
3The Smidge
4Our Whole Lives
5Soft In The Center
6Hurricane J
7Rock Problems
8A Slight Discomfort
9Barely Breathing
10The Sweet Part OF The City


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Album


Heaven Is Whenever is the fifth studio album by the Hold Steady. It was released May 4, 2010, on Vagrant Records in the U. and May 3, 2010, on Rough Trade in Europe. The album's first single, Hurricane J, premiered on Pitchfork Media on March 22, 2010. Regarding the album's lyrical content, vocalist and guitarist Craig Finn states that: I kept saying Stay Positive was a record about trying to age gracefully. This record, I think actually was us aging gracefully. The Hold Steady. Hurricane J. WMG LatinAutor, CMRRA, Reservoir Media Publishing, ASCAP и другие авторские общества 4. Album 2010 12 Songs. Alternative 2010. The Sweet Part of the City. Soft in the Center. The Weekenders. Instead, the freshly made quartet branched out in a slightly different direction for their fifth album, Heaven Is Whenever. Rather than writing another hard rocking novella, the album feels more like the soundtrack to a lonely Midwestern road trip, making it more of a road-weary version of Boys and Girls in America than a re-creation of their earlier work. Listen free to The Hold Steady Heaven Is Whenever The Sweet Part Of The City, Soft In The Center and more. 10 tracks 39:59. 17 April 2010. According to Songfacts, The album title comes from a line, Heaven is whenever we can get together on We Can Get Together Craig Finn explained: I think it has to do with the way that love can help us rise above our modern struggles. It also speaks to how I feel about our shows, the communal aspect of the audience and perform. View wiki. According to Songfacts, The album title comes from a line, Heaven is whenever we can get together on We Can Get Together Craig Finn expl read more. Heaven is Whenever is the fifth studio album by The Hold Steady. Regarding the albums lyrical content, vocalist and guitarist Craig Finn states that: I kept saying Stay Positive was a record about trying to age gracefully. Some of the lyrics come from a place of a little more wisdom, being 38 and at this point having a lifetime in rock'n'roll. Heaven is Whenever Q&A. Producers Dean Baltulonis & Tad Kubl. Summary: The first album for the band without Franz Nicolay, who left the band in January 2010, was produced by Dean Baltulonis. Record Label: Vagrant. Genres: Rock, Alternative. Heaven is Whenever is the fifth studio album by The Hold Steady, released May 4th on Vagrant Records and May 3rd on Rough Trade in the UK and EU. Heaven is Whenever was recorded over a period of six months, with many of the songs on or in consideration for the album making appearances in the band's live shows. The album was produced by Almost Killed Me engineer and Separation Sunday producer Dean Baltulonis. Let us know what you make of the Brooklyn-based band's fifth album. For my money, the fifth album by the Hold Steady is a step up from 2008's Stay Positive. Where that record sometimes bellowed and yammered, Heaven Is Whenever calms things down a little, the walls of guitar chipped at to allow light and air through: it feels more thoughtful musically, though I'm making no claims that it's some avant-garde statement it's a rock'n'roll record. If you were to take the first four songs on the album as a measure of those parts, you'd come away thinking that the Hold Steady are composed of the bits left behind in the tray by Bruce Springsteen, Van Morrison, the Replacements and Graham Parker & the Rumour. Yep, they're pretty good and they're heartfelt. But for all their raging guitars, they're exciting only some of the time. More about: Bruce Springsteen Indie Music Rock Van Morrison