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The Drums - Encyclopedia Album

The Drums - Encyclopedia Album
The Drums
MP3 album size:
2714 mb
FLAC album size:
1776 mb
Minor Records


1Break My Heart3:30
2Deep In My Heart3:50
3Bell Laboratories2:45
4Let Me4:34
5U.S. National Park3:11
6I Hope Time Doesn't Change Him4:43
7Magic Mountain4:05
8Face Of God4:02
9Kiss Me Again3:46
10I Can't Pretend4:49
11Wild Geese5:15
12There Is Nothing Left4:08


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
MINOR03The Drums Encyclopedia ‎(CD, Album)Minor RecordsMINOR03Europe2014
LOVECD366The Drums Encyclopedia ‎(CD, Album)Love Da Records, Minor RecordsLOVECD366Hong Kong2014
noneThe Drums Encyclopedia ‎(CDr, Album, Promo)N.E.W.S.noneBelgium2014
minor03The Drums Encyclopedia ‎(CD, Album)Minor Recordsminor03US2014
MINORLP03RThe Drums Encyclopedia ‎(2xLP, Album, Ltd, Red)Minor RecordsMINORLP03RUS2014


Official CD promo in clear plastic sleeve with colour insert


The Drums is the eponymous debut studio album by American indie pop band The Drums. It was released June 7, 2010, on Moshi Moshi and Island Records. The album contains the singles Let's Go Surfing, Best Friend, Me and the Moon and Forever and Ever, Amen as well as Down By The Water, which had previously been released as part of the band's Summertime EP. The album was recorded in Jacob Graham's apartment in Florida, the band's apartment in New York City, and in a shack in Woodstock, New York. Encyclopedia is the third studio album of American indie pop band The Drums. It was released on September 23, 2014, by Minor Records. It was the first album of the band released by Jonny Pierce and Jacob Graham as a duo. Prior to the release of the band's second album Portamento, it was announced that guitarist Adam Kessler had left The Drums and that many shouting matches had occurred between its members, which nearly caused a break-up. During the band's 2012 tour, former drummer and guitarist. The Drums are an American indie pop band from New York City. Founding members Jonathan Jonny Pierce and Jacob Graham became friends as children, having met at Bible camp at age 11 or 12. Some years later, they formed a short-lived electro-pop group initially named Goat Explosion, eventually renamed Elkland. They released one album, Golden, in 2005 and garnered interest with the single Apart. Encyclopedia - The Drums. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Listen free to The Drums Encyclopedia Magic Mountain, I Can't Pretend and more. 12 tracks 47:38. Encyclopedia track list: 1. Magic Mountain 2. I Can't Pretend 3. I Hope Times Doesn't Change Him 4. Kiss Me Again 5. Let Me 6. Break My Heart 7. Face Of God 8. National Park 9. Deep In My Heart 10. Bell Laboratories 11. There Is Nothing Left 12. Wild Geese Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalog. Album 2014 12 Songs. Like their sonic forebears The Smiths, The Drums have a signature move of mixing sweet and sour: their mostly morose lyrics ride over a bed of deceptively cheery indie pop. Following the success of 2011's lovely Portmanteau, the band toured heavily and lost one of their members in the process. Encyclopedia is the product of founding members Jonathan Pierce and Jacob Graham holing themselves up in a cabin in upstate New York, which might explain its shut-in quality. Encyclopedia is the third studio album by The Drums, released on September 23, 2014 on Minor Records. The album was recorded in a cabin in New York and in Williamsburgs Scientific Laboratories rehearsal studio. It was the first album released by the bands members Jonathan Pierce and Jacob Graham as a duo since their first EP Summertime Encyclopedia Q&A. Pre-Order the new album Encyclopedia Get Tickets. The Drums present a selection of songs from their forthcoming album Encyclopedia: Kiss Me Again, I . Band Name The Drums. Album Name Encyclopedia. Type Album. Released date 23 September 2014. Labels Minor Records. Music StylePost-punk. Members owning this album0. Magic Mountain. The Drums