Spacehog - The Chinese Album mp3 flac download
|Title:||The Chinese Album|
|Style:||Alternative Rock, Glam|
|Date of release:||1998|
|MP3 album size:||1685 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1257 mb|
|Digital formats:||AAC RA MIDI VQF AU FLAC AC3|
- Re-uploaded with higher quality audio + all the b-sides from the era! -- This is the uncut version of The Chinese Album as it appears on the promo.
Album · 1998 · 12 Songs.
The Chinese Album is the second album from the expatriate British alternative rock band Spacehog. It was released on Sire Records on March 10, 1998. The Chinese Album was considered for a soundtrack and basis of a film called Mungo City (later called The Chinese Movie). It was to be about a band that moves to Hong Kong for success after being rejected by a New York record company. Unsatisfied with the final script, Spacehog dismissed any plans for shooting.
By: Spacehog (1998, Rock). More albums from Spacehog: Resident Alien by Spacehog. As It Is On Earth by Spacehog. The Hogyssey by Spacehog. View all albums . About.
Spacehog – The Chinese Album. Label: Sire – 9 46851-2, Warner Bros. Records – 9 46851-2, Hi Fi Recordings – 9 46851-2. Producer, Mixed By – Bryce Goggin, Spacehog. Technician – Carl Plaster. Technician – Jimmy Eppert.
The Chinese Album should hold Spacehog's detractors at bay and make fans of the first release anxious for even more from the band. Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample). The Chinese Album" takes on a myriad of different sounds and styles that takes the band in different directions sonically. The album starts off with the piano driven "One Of These Days"- a song which takes a rather optimistic look on the concept of death. They mourn the death of a seemingly promisicuous woman on the uptempo rocker "Goodbye Violet Race". On the orchestrated ballad "Lucy's Shoe", they sing of a young girl who lost her shoe while playing in the snow (No, seriously!).
A faux song cycle layered with details and hooks, The Chinese Album is a big album conceptually, but the band doesn't quite have the gravity required to make it the sweeping achievement they desire. That hardly means that the album isn't enjoyable, however. Royston Langdon's mock-Bowie baritone is damn near irresistible, and when they have the right hooks and melodies, the result is a gaudy guilty pleasure. There are quite a few of those moments on The Chinese Album, but the band is occasionally derailed by underdeveloped hooks and ill-fitting humor (their foray into music-hall. The Chinese Album was considered for a soundtrack and basis of a film called "Mungo City" (later called "The Chinese Movie"). It was to be about a band that moves to Hong Kong for success after getting rejected by a New York record company. Spacehog wrote and recorded 20 songs for The Chinese Album.
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