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Urge Overkill - Rock&Roll Submarine FLAC

Singer:

Urge Overkill

Album:

Rock&Roll Submarine

Genre:

Rock music

FLAC album size:

1487 mb

MP3 album size:

1663 mb

WMA album size:

1548 mb

Other music formats:

AC3 ASF MP4 MP3 VOC TTA AAC

Rating:

4.7 ✱

Style:

Alternative Rock, Rock & Roll, Power Pop

Country:

US

Date of release:

2011

Urge Overkill - Rock&Roll Submarine FLAC


Urge Overkill - Rock&Roll Submarine FLAC

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Mason Dixon 2:58
2 Rock&Roll Submarine 4:01
3 Effigy 3:44
4 Poison Flower 2:32
5 Little Vice 3:25
6 Thought Balloon 4:13
7 Quiet Person 3:23
8 She's My Ride
Guitar [Solo] – Nash Kato
3:33
9 End Of Story 3:24
10 The Valiant 3:45
11 Niteliner 2:21
12 Touched To A Cut 2:09

Credits

  • Artwork [Uncredited] – Martin Climek
  • Bass Guitar [Uncredited], Backing Vocals [Uncredited] – Mike "Hadji" Hodgkiss*
  • Drums [Uncredited], Backing Vocals [Uncredited] – Brian "Bon" Quast*
  • Engineer [Uncredited] – AJ Storm, Jay O'Rourke, Mike Lust
  • Guitar [Uncredited], Vocals [Uncredited] – Eddie "King" Roeser, Nash Kato
  • Management [Uncredited] – Beth Winer
  • Mastered By [Uncredited] – Carl Saff
  • Mixed By [Uncredited] – Mike Lust
  • Producer [Uncredited] – Urge Overkill

Notes

This is the low bitrate digital version of the album "Rock&Roll Submarine" that was made available only to people who ordered when pre-release sales began on April 26, 2011.

"Every pre-order [of vinyl or CD] receives an instant digital download of the album via email receipt."

The version of the song "Effigy" here is not the same as the version that was released as a downloadable mp3 single in September of 2010. This album version is a slightly different, punchier mix, with added group backing vocals.

Track 6 shows up in the player with the typo "Thought Balloom".

Song titles differ slightly from the 320 kbps version offered as free download on the card within the LP: track 1 is given here as "Mason Dixon", on the 320 kbps version it is "Mason / Dixon"; track 2 is given here as "Rock&Roll Submarine", on the other version it is "Rock & Roll Submarine".

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
LPUOR 001 Urge Overkill Rock&Roll Submarine ‎(LP, Album) UO Records LPUOR 001 US 2011
LPUOR 001 Urge Overkill Rock&Roll Submarine ‎(LP, Album, Gre) UO Records LPUOR 001 US 2011
LPUOR 001 Urge Overkill Rock&Roll Submarine ‎(12xFile, MP3, Album, 320) UO Records LPUOR 001 US 2011
CD.UOR.001 Urge Overkill Rock&Roll Submarine ‎(CD, Album) UO Records CD.UOR.001 US 2011
CD.UOR.001 Urge Overkill Rock&Roll Submarine ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial) UO Records CD.UOR.001 Russia 2011



Bearus
I'd say it was well worth the wait, but 16 YEARS?! Cmon! Anyway, "Rock&Roll Submarine" [unsure if there are supposed to be spaces between the "Rock", "&" and "Roll" or not? The mp3s give the album as "Rock&Roll Submarine"] is just fantastic, and, three full listens into it, gets better each subsequent time. How does it compare to UO albums past? Well, it's rougher and rawer than "Saturation" and "Exit The Dragon"; intentionally so, and it has a different swagger. There's less artifice to it, Nash and Eddie's showiness has shifted very slightly from style to substance, though UO were always a vastly more substantial band than critics gave them credit for. In the early '90s, it seemed like there was a mad rush to talk about the group's antics, fashion, and attitude — what was forgotten was the incredible ear Nash and Eddie have for chord progressions, riffs, and mood...their sheer bloodyminded rock-n-roll songwriting talent. From the early days of the group up 'til present there's always been a solid sense of distillation in the UO sound, a UO-specific method of juxtaposing subtly melancholic and delicate chords with high-volume riffs and surprising transitions, lyrics and vocal inflections leading the listener's mind to correctly identify each song's intent and to absorb the offered emotional content. Human emotions are an unbelievably wide spectrum; we only have words for a few of 'em. It's an incredibly difficult thing to actually communicate a nuanced emotion to another person, the best venue for it is art, music... And the best groups make music that leads you to feel you're sharing the songwriters' experience of the world. Urge has been good at that since the late '80s, and I submit that "Rock&Roll Submarine" sees them at the height of their abilities. My favorites currently: "Mason Dixon", "Little Vice, "Quiet Person".

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