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Translator - Sometimes People Forget (2015)

4-04-2015, 20:39
Music | Rock | Alternative

Translator - Sometimes People Forget (2015)

Artist: Translator
Title Of Album: Sometimes People Forget
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Omnivore Recordings
Genre: Alternative, Rock
Quality: 320 Kbps
Total Time: 74:35 min
Total Size: 172 MB


01. Translator
02. Lost
03. Everywhere That I'm Not
04. Fiendish Thingy
05. Optimism
06. Necessary Spinning
07. Eraser
08. Get Out
09. Everything Is Falling
10. Gravity
11. We Fell Away
12. Winter Crying
13. Inside My Mind
14. Is There A Heaven Singing
15. My Restless Heart (French Version)
16. These Old Days
17. Friends Of The Future
18. Fall Forever
19. Breathless Agony
20. Brouhaha
21. Standing In Line
22. I'll Be Your Summer

Translator burst onto the music scene in 1982 with their radio/MTV hit “Everywhere That I’m Not”. Their prominence grew through their 4th major label release in 1986. 25 years later, they regrouped and made another stellar record—selling out shows. But, how did it all come to be?

Omnivore Recordings is proud to translate with Sometimes People Forget, a collection of Translator demos that span the years from 1979 through 1985. These 22 tracks that found their way onto the band’s critically lauded canon and beyond, in the stages that brought them to indie prominence. Only two tracks have been previously issued on a rare compilation, the remaining 20 have never before been heard—until now!

Aside from early versions of hits like “Everywhere That I’m Not”, Sometimes People Forget shows the group at their creative best—with sessions produced by not only the band, but David Kahne, Phil De Lancie, and Elliot Mazer—crafting the material that would make up their revered catalog.

Produced in conjunction with the band, Sometimes People Forget tells the Translator story—not only through music, but via photos, ephemera and liners from the group’s Steve Barton (the set’s co-producer.)

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