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The Brian Jonestown Massacre - Revelation Album
Rock
Performer: The Brian Jonestown Massacre
Title: Revelation
Year 20 May 2014
Country US
Label A Records
Catalog Number B00J587J9I
Genre: Rock
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 155
MP3 size: 2714 mb
FLAC size: 1065 mb
WMA size: 2199 mb
Record From: CD, Album

The Brian Jonestown Massacre - Revelation Album

Tracklist

1Days, Weeks And Moths 4:20
2Memory Camp5:40
3Memorymix4:36
4Vad Hands Med Deem4:41
5What You Isn't 5:30
6Duck And Cover 4:43
7Fist Full Of Bees5:46
8Second Sighting 3:41
9Food For Clouds5:18
10Nightbird3:26
11Xibalba3:23
12Goodbye (Butterfly)4:42
13Unknown1:54

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
auk030cdThe Brian Jonestown Massacre Revelation ‎(CD, Album)A Records auk030cdUSA & Europe2014
PROMOAUK030CDThe Brian Jonestown Massacre Revelation ‎(CD, Album, Promo)A Records PROMOAUK030CDUK2014
auk030lpThe Brian Jonestown Massacre Revelation ‎(2xLP, Album, 180)A Records auk030lpUK2017
auk030cd, WISE003The Brian Jonestown Massacre Revelation ‎(CD, Album)A Records , Wise Records auk030cd, WISE003Japan2014
BRGR890The Brian Jonestown Massacre Revelation ‎(Cass, Album, RE, Pur)A Records , Burger RecordsBRGR890US2015

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 5055869500500

Album

Revelation - The Brian Jonestown Massacre. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. The Brian Jonestown Massacre. Cargo Records UK, MGM Distribution от лица компании 'a' Records ASCAP, Warp Music Publishing, Kobalt Music Publishing, LatinAutor, Abramus Digital и другие авторские общества 11. Cargo Records UK, MGM Distribution от лица компании 'a' Records Warp Music Publishing, LatinAutor, Abramus Digital, ASCAP и другие авторские общества 11. Revelation is the thirteenth studio album by The Brian Jonestown Massacre. It was released in May 2014 on band leader Anton Newcombe's A Records label. Recorded between late 2012 and early 2014, it is the first album to be fully recorded and produced at Anton Newcombe's recording studio in Berlin. It peaked at number 135 on the UK album chart. Vad Hände Med Dem - 4:41. What You Isn't - 5:29. Unknown - 1:56. Memory Camp - 5:39. Days, Weeks and Moths - 4:20. Duck and Cover - 4:43. The Brian Jonestown Massacre - Revelation 2014. To favorites 6 Download album. Listen album. Psychedelic Indie Rock. Songs in album The Brian Jonestown Massacre - Revelation 2014. The Brian Jonestown Massacre - Vad Hände Med Dem-. The Brian Jonestown Massacre - What You Isn't. The Brian Jonestown Massacre - Unknown. The Brian Jonestown Massacre - Memory Camp. The Brian Jonestown Massacre - Days, Weeks And Moths. The Brian Jonestown Massacre - Duck And Cover. Listen free to The Brian Jonestown Massacre Revelation Vad hände med dem, What You Isn't and more. 13 tracks 57:26. Much like 2012's Aufheben, Revelation is a pastiche of old and new influences, trading in some of the Krautrock influence and extended jams of the albums before it for murkier experiments with Eastern folk as on the crumbling lo-fi acoustics and woodwinds of Second Sighting, ornate goth rock with subtle horn arrangements Fistful of Bees, Food for. Clouds, and a whole lot of strung-out psychedelia. Released 2014. Revelation Tracklist. Vad Hände Med Dem Lyrics. Show all albums by The Brian Jonestown Massacre. About Genius Contributor Guidelines Press Advertise Event Space. On the spectrum of BJMs albums, however, Revelation sits rather more towards the song-based end, although its a very specifically BJM kind of song. Languid, laid-back and purposefully out-of-focus, these are tunes youre expected to meet halfway by slipping your mind out of its everyday gear for an hour and retuning to Antons much more appealing wavelength. Brian Jonestown Massacre. Release date: 19 May 2014. As with its predecessor, Revelation suits its name perfectly. The jokey referential song titles are out, and the rest of the band, seemingly, are back in. More than any BJM album in years, it sounds like other musicians had an active hand in its creation. Revelation is free and easy, the work of a group hitting their stride. Self-recorded on an almost non-existent budget, the album works much like those early Jonestown records, where all bases got covered: theres gauzy krautpop, swaggering Stones rockers and dazed country - and thats just the first three tracks. Read Time Out's review of the The Brian Jonestown Massacre album, 'Revelation', released on May 19 2014. Plus, listen to 'Revelation', buy the album and find tickets to see The Brian Jonestown Massacre live in London here. Its tempting to think of that kind of stability blunting creativity: after all, in the 90s The Brian Jonestown Massacre built their reputation on Newcombes magneticrepulsive personality driven by heavy drug use and frequently resulting in mid-set punch-ups as much as their records which never sold that well anyway

Video

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Here on Revelation, Brian Jonestown Massacre breaks the seal on a fresh batch of Sandoz Blue, proving that the future of psychedelic music is still out there on the horizon, zoning in when you expect it least, shimmering and intoxicating the chosen, blessing and enchanting with sonic opium laced guitars, where haunted disembodied vocals dance on the heat waves of half forgotten highways ... all while delivering fairytale messages from the Inner Zone that at times cut like glass, and at others, lingering in the ether like mist, causing those with a penchant for seeking inspired dispensations to wake in the middle of the night, to turn in their sleep, feeling the tug of invisible embryonic connections.

Revelation truly is hypnotically marvelous, where all of the accents are correctly placed, one where even the space between the notes has been considered and designed to penetrate the atmospheric keyboards and swirling guitars, keeping everything sounding almost distant and weightless, while allowing calculated bits of other songs and other bands to spiral in, tying the past and the present darkly together, in a liquid out of focus vision that instantly makes sense.

Review by Jenell Kesler