Rilo Kiley - The Execution Of All Things download mp3 album
The Execution of All Things is the second full-length album released by Los Angeles-based indie pop band Rilo Kiley. Expanding on their previous musical sound that mostly incorporated guitars, vocals, percussion and pianos, the album contains heavy electronica sampling mixed into the songs in a rather unusual and displaced-sounding way. Also, unlike their previous tracks which were written in very traditional manners, the lyrics to the songs on Execution are very wordy and read like prose.
Rilo Kiley's self-titled debut was catchy and smart, but erratic; the follow-up, last year's Take Offs and Landings, came off as languid and lazily paced, with undistinguished writing. quartet has recorded an album for Omaha, Nebraska's Saddle Creek- home to Bright Eyes and The Faint, among countless others- and it surpasses all of their earlier work: it's a dynamic album with intriguing lyrics, a country/folk shimmer, and explosive pop moments. You could call The Execution of All Things a feel-good album, but there's enough going on that it rarely sounds like froth. Aside from a couple of twee missteps- like the hyper-bouncy keyboards on "My Slumbering Heart"- the band almost always hits the right tone: they do Americana without the alt-country cliches and cowpoke pacing, and the undercurrent of environmental concern is rich rather than blunt.
So Long", a song by Rilo Kiley from The Execution of All Things. So Long", a song by Seba & Lo-Tek. So Long, a song by Slander. The album's hidden track, which did not appear on the first pressing, is officially titled "Spectacular Views". However, since a later Rilo Kiley song (the closing track to The Execution of All Things) has the same name, it is often referred to as "Salute My Shorts!," in reference to Sennett's acting role on the television show Salute Your Shorts. As of July 2006 the album has sold 66,000 copies in United States. The Execution of All Things (song)
All lyrics from The Execution Of All Things album, popular Rilo Kiley songs with tracklist and information about album. Pierre de Reeder, Rilo Kiley. Rilo Kiley "The Execution Of All Things" (2002) album.
While listening to Indie darlings Rilo Kiley’s sophomore release, The Execution of All Things I’ve come to realize something. Rilo Kiley’s attitude towards childhood is the exact opposite of this one. Children don’t get where they get with out getting into trouble. Experimenting with sex, drugs and violence is a huge part of being a teenager and living your life. The change proved to be a good thing because Rilo’s albums kept improving in sales up to their hit major label album More Adventurous. During their time spent in Nebraska bassist Pierre de Reeder also became a father. Though he is not one of the band’s main songwriters, the essence of a confused, but happy parent seems to be intertwined into all the melodies. The record could be the perfect soundtrack to a heart breaking movie about parents losing control of their children or a coming of age film like no other.
In October 2002, American indie band Rilo Kiley released their second full-length album, The Execution of All Things, through Saddle Creek Records. This release came nearly exactly a year after their first album, Take Offs and Landings, and showed an impressive growth achieved within such a short time. Part of the change came from the presentation of the band, with the change in lineup and primary lead singer. The original foursome consisted of Jenny Lewis and Blake Sennett on vocals, keys and guitar, Pierre de Reeder on bass guitar, guitar and backing vocals, and Dave Rock in percussion.
Produced by Mike Mogis. Album The Execution of All Things. The Execution of All Things Lyrics. Oh God, come quickly The execution of all things Let's start with the bears and the air and mountains, rivers, and streams Then we'll murder what matters to you and move on to your neighbors and kids Crush all hopes of happiness with disease 'cause of what you did And lastly, you're all alone with nothing left but. sleep But sleep never comes to you, it's the guilt and forever wakefulness of the weak It's just you and me. The execution of all things The execution of all things The execution of all things.
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|1||The Execution Of All Things
Mastered By – Doug Van SlounMixed By – AJ Mogis*Producer – Mike MogisRecorded By – Mike MogisWritten By – Lewis/Sennett/BoyerWritten-By – Boyer*, Sennett*, Lewis*
|2||Emotional (Until Crickets Guide You Back)
Mastered By – Doug Van SlounMixed By – Mike MogisProducer – Mike MogisRecorded By – Mike MogisWritten By – Lewis/Sennett/deReederWritten-By – Sennett*, Lewis*, deReeder*
Other [Originally Performed By] – The Velvet UndergroundWritten-By – Lou Reed
- Recorded At – Presto! Recording Studios
- Mastered At – Studio B, Omaha, NE
- Published By – Screen Gems-EMI
- Artwork – Andy Ward
- Layout – Jadon Ulrich
NotesTracks 1 and 2 recorded at Presto! in Lincoln, NE. Mastered at Studio B in Omaha, NE.
Track 3 originally performed by The Velvet Underground published by Screen Gems - EMI Music.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Text): 6 48401 50562 7
- Barcode (String): 648401505627
- Matrix / Runout: DOCdata UK SCE SCE56
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI LP76
- Mould SID Code: none
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