The Sundays - Static & Silence album
Monochrome, by The Sundays - from the album Static and Silence It's 4 in the morning, July in '69; me and my sister, we crept down like shadows They're.
Album · 1997 · 12 Songs. Static & Silence The Sundays.
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Static & Silence is the third and final studio album by English alternative rock band The Sundays, released in the UK by Parlophone on 22 September 1997, and in the . by Geffen on 23 September 1997. The title is a quote from the album's final track "Monochrome", and the album's cover photo is a reference to the subject of "Monochrome", the TV screening of the Apollo 11 moon landing.
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Static & Silence" is the third full-length album by The SUNDAYS, released in the UK by Parlophone on September 22, 1997, and in the . by Geffen a day later on the 23rd. Kevin Jamieson, who performed some percussion work on the album, also joined The SUNDAYS during their UK and US album support tour as a backup guitarist. He is perhaps best known for his prior work as the lead singer for Jim Jiminee
Band Name The Sundays. Album Name Static & Silence. Data de aparición Septiembre 1997. Labels Geffen Parlophone. Estilo MusicalPop Rock. Miembros poseen este álbum1. 4. She. 5. When I'm Thinking About You.
Time may not have been as kind to Static & Silence as many of its contemporaries: Unfortunately one can easily see why their poppy, lighthearted fare seems so suited to its frequent role as either atmospheric soundtracking to stateside teenage dramas (their music has been used in both Buffy and The OC) or as a signifier for shows wishing to convey ‘young, carefree and. hip’ (this album’s Another Flavour was used as the theme tune to comedian David Baddiel’s show). But if this makes Satic & Silence sound shallow it’s only by association
Static and silence for the group while watching the landing of Apollo 11 on the moon and static and silence for the listener while the weak melodies come out of the speakers. Or consider a donation? #51.
It took the Sundays five years to deliver their third album, Static & Silence. Five years is a long time, especially in the quicksilver world of pop music, but the Sundays sound totally unbothered by their absence on Static & Silence. Instead of sounding labored and forced, the album is gentle and effortless, as if it were recorded five months after Blind instead of five years