|1||The Sky's The Ground, The Bombs Are Plants, And We're The Sun, Love||4:45|
|2||Meet Me In The Space They Stare At Leaving Their Seat During A Show|
Drums – Jim Black
|3||The 1st. Our Lady Of Burning Thorns||6:14|
|4||It Takes A Million Years To Become Diamonds So Let's Just Burn Like Coal Until The Sky's Black||5:05|
|5||And Third And Youngest, Unnamed||5:13|
|6||Forever, Like Anti-Oxidants (Listen To The Sound Our Cells Make)||5:11|
|7||The 2nd. Perpetuate The Beautiful||4:08|
|8||An Address That Was To Skip Ahead Of The Gallop Of Its Own Sperm And Eggs And Wait For Itself In The Future: Letter To 2096||4:50|
|9||O, When My Lady Comes|
Bass – Dan BowdellVocals – Micah Gaugh
|TG203LP||Storm And Stress||Under Thunder & Fluorescent Lights (LP, Album)||Touch And Go||TG203LP||US||2000|
- Bass – Erich Emm
- Drums – Kevin Shea
- Guitar, Vocals – Ian Williams
- Recorded By – Jim O'Rourke
All songs (C) 2000 stormandstress, bmi, except track 6 (C) 2000 Micah Gaugh.
(C) & (P) 2000 Touch & Go Records, inc.
According to the packaging, tracks 5, 7 and 8 comprise a triptych about the birth of two daughters and a son.
- Barcode: 0 36172 09032 7
- Matrix / Runout: MADE IN CANADA BY AMERIC DISC1RW03<0241>TG203CD
- Mould SID Code: IFPI 8107
- Made By – Americ Disc
50 видео Воспроизвести все Микс storm & stress Under Thunder and Fluorescent Thunder and Fluorescent Lights is the second and final album by Storm & Stress, released on January 18, 2000 through Touch and Go Records. All tracks are written by Storm & Stress. Storm & Stress. Eric Emm bass guitar. Kevin Shea drums, percussion. Ian Williams vocals, guitar. Production and additional personnel. Jim Black drums on Meet Me in the Space They Stare at Leaving Their Seat During a Show. Dan Bodwell bass on O, When My Lady Comes. On Under Thunder and Fluorescent Lights, Storm & Stress takes minimalism as its mantra, offering nine tracks full of nothing but odd instrumental chatter, askew tape samples, and the occasional and equally odd and askew vocal. Album 2000 9 Songs. Under Thunder and Fluorescent Lights Storm & Stress. Follow Storm & Stress and others on SoundCloud. Album release date: 18 January 2000. To get the obvious out of the way, Under Thunder is a difficult album, and one of the reasons why it's so difficult, on the fifth and fiftieth listen alike, is that it's difficult to pin down exactly what makes it so diffuse. It's not melodious, but it's -sure not atonal the chord resolutions on the first track and the triptych which comprises the albums metaphorical and literal center are sublime and resonant, no matter what the incongruous percussion is doing in the background. Maple . On Under Thunder and Fluorescent Lights, the band has pulled in the reins for an effort that is more restrained but no less curious. While the manic energy of the debut may be lacking, Thunder is still deliciously peculiar. Storm and Stress certainly are not writing pop songs on Thunder, and their ties to rock and jazz are even more tenuous on this effort. This is a noise rock album that can be enjoyed by people who generally don't enjoy noise-rock, because these noises are safe to touch and taste good with a little springtime seasonal think the title is very producer and engineer, Jim O'Rourke is very much a genius behind the big sound boards and helps set this. going through supersilent's discography got me very interested in free improvisation, so this album definitely had me curious. it was good. something something, didn't stand out to me that much but not bad, etc. every review i write is like this. Complex free improvisation rock. Not really sure what else to say about this really, all of the tracks are so similar there isn't really anything that stands out, and it doesn't exactly evoke any emotion either, at least for me. It's just complex free improv rock. Purchasing Under Thunde. More Storm & Stress albums. Under Thunder & Fluorescent Lights. About Genius Contributor Guidelines Press Advertise Event Space. An Address That Was To Skip Ahead Of The Gallop Of Its Own Sperm And Eggs And Wait For Itself In The Future: Letter To 2096