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The Church - Sometime Anywhere 1994 [2CD Re-Master] (2005)

3-06-2015, 02:56
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The Church - Sometime Anywhere 1994 [2CD Re-Master] (2005)

Artist: The Church
Title Of Album: Sometime Anywhere
Year Of Release: 2005
Label: EMI/4776202
Genre: Alternative Rock
Format: Mp3 | FLAC (tracks,cue,log)
Quality: 320 kbps | Lossless
Total Time: 01:53:00 min
Total Size: 259 mb | 788 mb


Disc 1 - Sometime Anywhere

1. Day Of The Dead
2. Lost My Touch
3. Loveblind
4. My Little Problem
5. The Maven
6. Angelica
7. Lullaby
8. Eastern
9. Two Places At Once
10. Business Woman
11. Authority
12. Fly Home
13. The Dean Man's Dream

Disc 2 - Somewhere Else (Bonus Disc)

1. The Time Being
2. Leave Your Clothes On
3. Cut In Two
4. The Myths You Made
5. Freeze To Burn
6. Macabre Tavern
7. Two Places At Once - Radio Edit
8. Two Places At Once - Video Edit

Snatched from ktim ..... All props / kudos to him or her
When singer and bassist Steve Kilbey quips, "Here is the maven, signing the check/He bought us dinner, so what the fucking heck" on Sometime Anywhere, he might be pondering the issue of commercial viability that dogged the release of Priest=Aura, from 1992, a vague record that fizzled quickly and was followed by the departure of guitarist Peter Koppes, a founding member of the Church.
But if "The Maven" is the Church's catharsis, Sometime Anywhere is the band's redemption. To make this record, Kilbey and guitarist Marty Willson-Piper stretch the boundaries of their vision during improvisational jam sessions, recording much of the material as they went along. The process was fruitful and the two opted to release some overflow as an additional seven-song disc, Somewhere Else.
The Church's spontaneity lends a vibrant lining to the dark beauty of the melodies on Sometime Anywhere, but getting ultimate gratification and catching the record's nuances will require a few listens. As classic Church components, the gorgeousness of Willson-Piper's chords and the seductive drone of Kilbey's voice are easy to grasp, but the songs on Sometime Anywhere are epics, many lasting more than five minutes. There are few pop elements here – nothing is as instantly palatable as the hooks in such Church favorites as "Metropolis" or "Reptile," nothing as direct as "Under the Milky Way."

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