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Deathsentences

Negativland

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ジャンル
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カタログNo
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23
組み枚数
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1
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オリジナル盤発売年
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2002
フォーマット
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CD
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Negativland(Engineer),  Negativland(Producer),  Billy Corgan (William Patrick Corgan )(Composer),  Chrissie Hynde(Composer),  Chrissie Hynde(Composer),  Don Redman(Composer),  James Honeyman-Scott(Composer),  Michael Schenker(Composer),  Negativland(Mixing),  Pete Way(Composer),  Phil Mogg(Composer),  Ray Gilbert(Composer),  Traditional(Composer),  People Like Us(Ensemble),  Jon Land(Sonic Consultant),  People Like Us(Sonic Consultant),  Solenoid(Sonic Consultant)

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Having survived everything from self-created media stirs over mass murder to, most infamously, the U2 single incident and its various repercussions, Negativland entered a new decade still on top of its game but more interested than ever in sound and music for its own sake. Hints of this were evident on the True/False tour in 2000, most especially a striking orchestrated composition that hit a wondrous level of grandeur. Death Sentences of the Polished and Structurally Weak, however, steers clear of something so straightforward for a more chaotic and, in ways, retrospective release. For the first time in nearly 20 years, a formal Negativland release came out with no immediately obvious overarching concept or story, as well as for the first time ever absolutely no lyrics. However, there is a theme; as designed and presented, the accompanying booklet (in the shape of an auto-repair manual) details what allegedly were letters, writings, and notes found in a variety of wrecks taken from fatal car collisions. Whether or not any of this is real is beside the point, given how Negativland has so carefully worked with conceptions of reality for all of its career. But with the band's explanation of the album being the supposed destruction of its studio, the music functions as its own equivalent document after an accident. Fellow travelers such as Jon Land and People Like Us provide sonic contributions to the 12-track effort, which really is one extended piece, blending in hints of glitch techno with the band's more familiar collage of samples (often heavily echoed), clattering noise, and musical snippets. The result is a free-flowing, just-cohesive-enough 45-minute listen that, in keeping with the booklet contents, has an air of strange melancholy throughout, perhaps most evident on the album's haunting heart, Cherry. ~ Ned Raggett, Rovi

収録曲   

  • 01. Only You Can Rock Me (02:37)
  • 02. Pack It Up (03:05)
  • 03. Arbory Hill (03:26)
  • 04. Ain't No Baby (05:29)
  • 05. Lookin' Out for #1 (02:51)
  • 06. Hot and Ready (01:39)
  • 07. Cherry (05:40)
  • 08. Don't Fool Me (05:48)
  • 09. #1 Rep (02:59)
  • 10. One More for the Rodeo (04:44)
  • 11. Born to Loose (02:08)
  • 12. When They Ring the Golden Bells (04:10)

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Negativland

Some will always say that practical jokers should expect retribution at some point. Others may note that within any joke there is some human truth. Still others will just want to enjoy the jokes as jokes and nothing more. Three differing statements, all valid truths when applied to one of America's most curious, clever, and inventive bands in the last 20 years of the 20th century and beyond, Negat

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