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The Damnwells – No One Listens To The Band Anymore (2011)

8-09-2015, 17:09
Rock | Alternative | Indie | FLAC / APE

The Damnwells – No One Listens To The Band Anymore (2011)

Artist: The Damnwells
Album: No One Listens To The Band Anymore
Year: 2011
Label: PledgeMusic Recordings
Genre: Indie Rock, Alt-Country Rock
Quality: 320 kbps | Lossless
Format: MP3 | FLAC (tracks + cue.)
Tracks: 12
Time Release: 00:49:34
Size Release: 113 mb | 335 mb


01.No One Listens To The Band Anymore
02.Feast Of Hearts
03.She Goes Around
05.The Great Unknown
06.Let’s Be Civilized
07.Death Defier
08.Last Day Of The New Age
09.The Monster
10.The Experts
12.The Same Way

Formed in 2001 as a full-fledged band, the Damnwells gradually came to represent the songwriting efforts of singer/guitarist Alex Dezen, whose mix of alt-country and alternative pop/rock remained consistent despite frequent lineup shifts. The group took root in Brooklyn, where Dezen (a former photo assistant) was joined by ex-Whiskeytown drummer Steven Terry, bassist Ted Hudson, and guitarist Dave Chernis.

Coming off a transitional year for the band, The Damnwells are set to release No One Listens to the Band Anymore, an album funded entirely by fans through The album contains 12 new Damnwells songs recorded in Chicago with producer Neal Ostrovsky. The band has been referred to as a collaborative of great musicians and producers working with songs by lead singer/songwriter Alex Dezen. Dezen and Ted Hudson are the only two musicians who have remained a constant presence in the band over the years. No One Listens to the Band Anymore was written while Dezen was participating in the famed Iowa Writers' Workshop, getting his MFA and teaching at the University of Iowa. Writing songs so far from the music business - both physically and emotionally - provided Dezen with a fresh perspective that can be heard in the realness and authenticity of the songs.

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