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Track A Tiger - Woke Up Early The Day I Died (2006)

1-11-2015, 16:06
Rock | Indie

Title: Woke Up Early The Day I Died
Year Of Release: 2006
Label: Deep Elm Records
Genre: Indie Rock
Quality: MP3 320 Kbps
Total Time: 00:37:21
Total Size: 109 Mb


01. Track A Tiger - Glad To Be Scattered (03:53)
02. Track A Tiger - Sound As Ever (05:00)
03. Track A Tiger - Seashaken Heart (03:17)
04. Track A Tiger - Happy (03:13)
05. Track A Tiger - Here At The End (04:57)
06. Track A Tiger - I Don't Understand These Machines (03:37)
07. Track A Tiger - It's Pretty Hard To Go Home (After Something Like That) (03:24)
08. Track A Tiger - Flood (03:02)
09. Track A Tiger - With Stars Down (02:17)
10. Track A Tiger - Album Preview: Woke Up Early The Day I Died (04:41)

Recorded over the course of three years, slowly built upon original guitar and voice tracks that singer/songwriter Jim Vallet (formerly of minor alt-rockers Head Candy) recorded in his Iowa apartment's living room, Woke Up Early the Day I Died has the slightly airless feel of a much-overdubbed home recording. This actually suits the somewhat depressive vibe of Vallet's lyrics and his low-key melodies; Woke Up Early the Day I Died compares favorably to contemporaries ranging from Low (especially on the hushed, hypnotic "Here at the End") through Architecture in Helsinki to Broken Social Scene. A particular highlight is the propulsive "Happy," which has a jangle-edged nervous tension akin to the New Zealand indie bands of the '80s, whether that's what Vallet intended or not. Apparently, Track a Tiger has mutated into a proper band with a full-time lineup since the recording of this EP; perhaps its homemade charm will survive a more traditional recording style.

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