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Nada Surf - Live at the Neptune Theater (2015)

16-08-2015, 11:08
Rock | Alternative | Indie | FLAC / APE

Nada Surf - Live at the Neptune Theater (2015)

Artist: Nada Surf
Album: Live at the Neptune Theater
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Mardev Records
Genre: Alternative Rock, Indie Rock
Quality: 320 kbps | Lossless
Format: MP3 | FLAC
Total Time: 01:41:57
Total Size: 236 mb | 380 mb


01. Clear Eye Clouded Mind (Live) (4:02)
02. Waiting for Something (Live) (4:10)
03. Happy Kid (Live) (4:44)
04. Whose Authority (Live) (2:36)
05. What Is Your Secret (Live) (3:57)
06. Teenage Dreams (Live) (3:59)
07. Weightless (Live) (5:04)
08. Killian's Red (Live) (6:37)
09. Jules and Jim (Live) (4:51)
10. Concrete Bed (Live) (3:15)
11. 80 Windows (Live) (5:04)
12. When I Was Young (Live) (6:22)
13. The Way You Wear Your Head (Live) (3:51)
14. No Snow on the Mountain (Live) (4:20)
15. Blonde on Blonde (Live) (4:43)
16. Hi-Speed Soul (Live) (5:11)
17. Looking Through (Live) (4:29)
18. See These Bones (Live) (9:10)
19. Inside of Love (Live) (5:22)
20. Always Love (Live) (3:40)
21. Blankest Year (Live) (6:29)

Once in danger of being relegated to "one-hit wonder" status, Nada Surf soldiered onward after the success of 1996's "Popular," following up a brief residence on the Billboard charts with a slew of solid power pop albums. Founders Matthew Caws (vocals, guitar) and Daniel Lorca (bass) were longtime school friends, having studied together at the Lycée Français de New York in Upper Manhattan. After Lorca spent some time abroad in the late '80s, the two reunited after graduation to form Because Because Because in 1991. By 1993, they had jumped ship and shifted their focus to a new project, Nada Surf, whose first two indie releases won the band a contract in Spain. They recorded an LP for the European label, only to have their original drummer quit. Ira Elliot (formerly of the Fuzztones) was brought aboard just as the group's European deal fell through, and Nada Surf's luck returned when their demo found its way to Ric Ocasek, who offered to produce additional sessions if Nada Surf wished to re-record the material.

The trio soon signed to Elektra in 1995 and cut their debut LP, High/Low, with Ocasek behind the boards. "Popular" became a surprise radio hit the following summer, and Nada Surf found themselves lumped into the "nerd rock revival" camp alongside Superdrag, Cake, and Weezer. This newfound popularity allowed Nada Surf to release several tracks from their European demo as part of the Karmic EP, but it also proved to be a double-edged sword. When the band returned in 1998 with The Proximity Effect, Elektra balked, claiming the album didn't have a "Popular"-sized single. The album was released in Europe before Elektra permanently dropped the band and shelved the record; it would take Nada Surf a full two years to buy back the rights to their work.

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