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Carnival (Shelter In A Suitcase) - Simple Minds - Real To Real Cacophony (CD, Album)

01.12.2019 Nazil 8 Comments

I'm not going to set any Simple Minds LP up as a masterpiece, because I'd be lying if I did, but they nevertheless made a few excellent albums, and they're certainly worth a look and a listen for folks who just can't get enough of that wonderful post-punk.

Although Virgin has reissued 12 Simple Minds albums-- nearly their entire oeuvre-- I've chosen to focus on two of their most wonderfully strange records, 's Reel to Real Cacophony and 's Empires and Dance , the band's sophomore and junior albums, respectively. These two albums feature Simple Minds pulling themselves together musically and finding their direction. Here, the band is moving away from its disorganized debut, Life in a Day to say it was padded with filler is pretty charitable and toward the expansive, reverb-soaked anthems that characterized its greatest achievement, 's New Gold Dream , and their eventual string of U.

Calling Your Name Scar Kaleidoscope — Remaster Film Theme Dub — Remaster I Travel 2. Today I Died Again 3. Celebrate 4. This Fear Of Gods 5. Capital City 6. Constantinople Line 7. Thirty Frames A Second 9. Kant Kino Room New Warm Skin — Remaster I Travel Extended Mix — Remaster In Trance As Mission 2. Sweat In Bullet 3. Boys From Brazil 5.

Love Song 6. Sons And Fascination 8. Seeing Out The Angel 9. Theme For Great Cities 2. The American 3. Wonderful In Young Life 5. League Of Nations 6. Careful In Career 7. Sound In 70 Cities 8. The American Extended Mix — Remaster 9. Someone Somewhere In Summertime 2.

When we heard the song we loved it. When the press write something negative and something that's untrue, it's hard to look at that in a positive way.

We could really relate to the song. Petridis elaborated that this is "about as far as the album ventures into the realms of hos and playas, fuckin' the atmosphere or otherwise.

Taller in More Ways received generally favourable reviews from music critics. Ross Hoffman of AllMusic awarded the album 4 out of 5 stars, labelling it "among their strongest" and favouring "the simple yet effective electro-pop club ditty 'Push The Button' [and] even better in that category [the] monstrously funky 'Red Dress'", as well as 'Follow Me Home' and 'Ugly', calling them two "aptly pitched inspirational mini-epics". The review was less favourable about the final three cuts saying they "fail to leave much of Ace Reject - Sugababes - Taller In More Ways impression".

He described "Gotta Be You" as "[a song that] can't help but pale by comparison [with] Aaliyah 's majestic ' Try Again '. Alexis Petridis of The Guardianhowever, was favourable of 'Gotta Be You', referring to Austin as "[someone who] clearly knows where Sugababes' strengths lie", further stating "[Austin] adds a light, but nonetheless thrilling dusting of monotonal crunk-influenced synthesised honking to 'Gotta Be You'.

In conclusion, however, he states that "the album's strike rate is far higher than you might expect from a manufactured pop act's fourth album; it avoids the obvious pitfalls and its highpoints are genuinely high", giving the album 3 out of 5 stars. Peter Robinson of The Observergave the album 5 out of 5 stars, summarising it as "the cool yet commercial pop queens put a spring in Peter Robinson's step", although saying "only occasionally do the band drop the ball: 'Better' is an excellent song but sounds too much like Jamelia's 'Thank You'".

Taller in More Ways became a commercial success. AllMusic relies heavily on JavaScript. Please enable JavaScript in your browser to use the site fully. Blues Classical Country. Electronic Folk International. Jazz Latin New Age. Aggressive Bittersweet Druggy. They had about half the songs Premonition, Factory, Calling Your Name and Changeling and the rest were kind of written in studio. We were searching for sounds and they came from anywhere: guitar or keyboards.

We often miked up the corridor that ran down the side of Coach House studio at Rockfield and left the door to the studio open. It gave a good natural eqable short reverb for drums and guitars and claps. Jim was writing all the time, trying lyrics and different approaches to singing.

He was quite different on early records to how he sings now.

Real to Real Cacophony has been generally well received by faugladtauscinagcirsinglenmaerisdeansti.xyzinfoic praised the album, describing it as "where Simple Minds ventured beyond the ability to mimic their influences and began to manipulate them, mercilessly pushing them around and shaping them into funny objects the way a child transforms a chunk of Play-Doh from an indefinable chunk of nothing into a definable chunk of.

8 thought on “Carnival (Shelter In A Suitcase) - Simple Minds - Real To Real Cacophony (CD, Album)”

  1. Vogor says:
    SIMPLE MINDS – Real To Real Cacophony. by Real Gone. Released in , Simple Minds’ debut album ‘Life In A Day’ was a largely unremarkable affair. Mostly made up of post-punk/new wave material (played by what sounds like a pub band), the only things which ever remain totally memorable are its two singles – the title track.
  2. Tektilar says:
    Real to Real Cacophony, an Album by Simple Minds. Released 1 November on Zoom (catalog no. SPART ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Post-Punk, New Wave, Art Rock. Featured peformers: Jim Kerr (vocals, aka_text lyrics role_id aka_text), Charlie Burchill (guitar, violin, saxophone), Derek Forbes (bass), Michael MacNeil (keyboards), Brian McGee (drums, percussion), John Leckie (aka_text mixing.
  3. Grosho says:
    Dec 09,  · 29 videos Play all Simple Minds, Greatest hits playlist TheM0rtimer David Gilmour / David Bowie / Richard Wright - "Comfortably Numb" - Duration: HDPinkFloyd 4,, views.
  4. Akisar says:
    After the patchy, vaguely pretentious and derivative debut album, "Life in Day" from seven months earlier, Simple Minds produced a genuine post-punk album that was a world away from its predecessor. TRACK LISTING 1. Reel To Reel 2. Naked Eye 3. Citizen (Dance Of Youth) 4. Carnival (Shelter In A Suitcase) 5. Factory 6. Cacophony 7. Veldt 8 /5(28).
  5. Dout says:
    Carnival (Shelter in a Suitcase) Lyrics: Low club light / Lips sealed tight / Expose fade away / Observer write it all down / For Me / No soundtrack / No fightback / Noise annoys / Dark Subject.
  6. Mijora says:
    Real to Real Cacophony (sometimes incorrectly rendered as Reel to Real Cacophony) is the second studio album by Simple Minds. It was released in November , through record labels Zoom and Arista. “Real To Real Cacophony was all recorded and mixed in .
  7. Najinn says:
    Real to Real Cacophony, an Album by Simple Minds. Released in on Virgin (catalog no. SIMCD2 / 29; CD). Genres: Post-Punk, New Wave.
  8. Gojind says:
    Label: Virgin - CDV ,Virgin - CDVP • Format: CD Album, Reissue Picture Disc • Country: UK • Genre: Electronic, Rock • Style: New Wave, Synth-pop, Experimental Simple Minds - Real To Real Cacophony (Picture Disc, CD) | Discogs/5.

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