|Legendary Pink Dots, The / Your Children Placate You From Premature Graves|
|Album:||Your Children Placate You From Premature Graves||Collection:||General|
|Artist:||Legendary Pink Dots, The||Added:||10/2006|
|Add Date:||2006-11-26||Pull Date:||2007-01-28|
|Week Ending:||28 Jan||21 Jan||31 Dec||17 Dec||3 Dec|
|1.||Tue, 08 Jan 13:||miss information|
|4.||Sat, 03 May 08:||the BIG CHIEF|
On The Warpath
|2.||Sat, 21 May 11:||Eme O|
|5.||Fri, 29 Feb 08:||michaelu|
Noise for your soul
|3.||Thu, 09 Oct 08:||Gears|
|6.||Thu, 25 Jan 07:||Riina & Murray|
British (originally) Psych doom'n'gloom Rock. A great 25th anniversary album for an innovative fringe, yet musically influential, band, itself influenced by the likes of Syd Barrett. "Sound collages that melt into surprisingly catchy paisley-clad melodies" and lyrics that are between the socially-oriented to the disturbed, sung half-spoken with the gravelly voice of Edward Ka-Spel. Slow to mid-tempo. It's hard to pick favorites, all songs are good. No FCCs.|
*1/1:46. Intro. School yard noises + naïve piano + spacey undertones for some weirdness, and a shrink asking if they can tell him about their nightmares.
2/6:55. Slow pounding industrial opening to a dark hymn-like song, which further melts into a psychedelic Pink Floydish chaos.
*3/6:56. A beautiful slow, gloomy piano accompanying a half-spoken song. Gentle electronica appears toward the end.
4/5:12. Here comes the paisley! Mid-tempo. A Donovan-like, but dark, song. One minute from the end, keyboards enter with a nice spooky solo.
5/6:36. Mid-tempo, rhythmic, industrial backbone to a creepy song with mid-eastern undertones. Ends with some psychedelics.
6/5:27. Chimes, acoustic guitar, singing and sax.
7/5:14. Rain stick pastoral opening to a melancholic acoustic-guitar-accompanied song. Becomes reverberatingly trippier toward the end.
8/7:52. A spooky opening to a monotonous depressive, yet peaceful, song.
*9/7:46. Mid tempo, monotonous song, but more Rockish. Guitars and drum. Becomes typical psychedelic Rock toward the end.
*10/6:44. A Jazzy moody sax piece with weather effects, that goes through a siren to become sort-of romantic electronic, and leads (2min from end) to someone discussing his mood swings. 11/2:24. Synth work leading to a spooky dreamy piano, as in track 1.
|1.||Count On Me||6.||Peace Of Mind|
|2.||No Matter What You Do||7.||The Island Of Our Dreams|
|3.||Stigmata (Part 4)||8.||Bad Hair|
|4.||Feathers At Dawn||9.||The Made Man's Manifesto|
|5.||Please Don't Get Me Wrong||10.||A Silver Thread|
|11.||Your Number Is Up|