Get Hurt is the fifth and final studio album by American rock band The Gaslight Anthem. It was released on August 8, 2014, by Island Records. It marks their first album on Island Records, which absorbed the band and its previous label, Mercury Records. Produced by Mike Crossey and inspired by vocalist and guitarist Brian Fallon's divorce from his wife of ten years, the band was influenced by artists whose albums represented "career shifts".
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Produced by Mike Crossey. Sometimes I wake up in the morning Sometimes I dream some more I keep my wounds without a bandage Baby, as I come stumblin' through the door Spent my nights in dislocation Talking to spirits on the floor I think I came to find the feeling, baby Between what was mine and what was yours
Get Hurt is the fifth studio album by American rock band The Gaslight Anthem, released in the UK on August 11, 2014, through Virgin EMI, and in the United States on August 12, 2014, through Island Records . The band announced on July 4, 2013, via their Tumblr site, that they were "Working on new songs for a new Gaslight Anthem album in 2014 In an interview with Rolling Stone published May 23, 2014, Fallon described the album as "completely different than anything we had ever done before.
Album · 2014 · 16 Songs. Get Apple Music on iOS, Android, Mac, and Windows. 16 Songs, 55 Minutes. Get Hurt (Deluxe Version) The Gaslight Anthem. Listen on Apple Music.
Get Hurt Album Lyrics by The Gaslight Anthem. The Gaslight Anthem Lyrics. Get Hurt Album Lyrics. Lyrics to the Full Album on one page). Sometimes I wake up in the mornin' Sometimes I dream some more I keep my wounds without a bandage, baby As I come stumblin' through the door. Spend my nights in dislocation Talkin' to spirits on the floor I think I came to find a feelin', baby Between what was mine and what was yours
Get Hurt is completely different than anything the Gaslight Anthem has ever done, a record that comes after frontman Brian Fallon's divorce, as well as a retreat from both substances and social media. With every bungled attempt at pop, metal, or pop-metal that the Gaslight Anthem make, Get Hurt just rewrites its own worst case scenario. Get Hurt is completely different than anything the Gaslight Anthem has ever done, a record that comes after frontman Brian Fallon's divorce, as well as a retreat from both substances and social media. Who says the Gaslight Anthem doesn’t have a sense of humor? You know, besides everyone who’s heard a single note of their music.
Get Hurt is probably the band’s worst album - which really isn’t saying that much given how strong their discography has been - but its failures are both spectacular and interesting. Take, for example, the opening track Stay Vicious. It’s a song that starts off with a merciless riff fueled by longing and grit. The title track is exactly the kind of song that you’d never expect The Gaslight Anthem to make. Its emotionally-charged chorus is amplified by incredibly foreign-sounding synths that almost feel as if they are crying out, and the band sounds as if they are aiming for arenas rather than seedy dive bars. 1000 Years isn’t too far off the mark from the traditional Gaslight sound, but its subtle and serpentine guitars and rousing chorus are anthemic to the point where it will surely become a live staple
On Get Hurt, the fifth studio album from the Garden State rockers, the band expand their influences to create what might be their most unique album to date. Exploring the rock sounds of the '70s, the band show off their versatility as they take listeners on a guided tour of the LP bins of the day. Opening with a droning riff culled straight from the annals of classic stoner rock, the first track, "Stay Vicious," makes it clear that something very different is happening here. Delicate tracks like "Underneath the Ground" reveal that the real essence of the Gaslight Anthem's sound isn't sonic so much as it is emotional. Get Hurt shows that so long as they're passionate about their music, it doesn't matter where the band are getting their inspiration from, because genuinely caring about something is always compelling.
|6||Underneath The Ground||4:06|
|7||Rollin' And Tumblin'||2:51|
|10||Ain't That A Shame||3:03|
|11||Break Your Heart||4:20|
NotesPromotional issue in a PVC sleeve with a foldout insert.
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