Storm Clouds - The Young Knives - Ornaments From The Silver Arcade (CD, Album)


Download Storm Clouds - The Young Knives - Ornaments From The Silver Arcade (CD, Album)
2011
Label: Love Da Records - LOVECD119 • Format: CD Album • Country: Asia • Genre: Rock • Style: Punk, Indie Rock


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8 thoughts on “ Storm Clouds - The Young Knives - Ornaments From The Silver Arcade (CD, Album)

  1. Dajin says:
    Ornaments from the Silver Arcade is the third full-length album by Young Knives, released in the United Kingdom on 4 April on the Gadzook label. The track "Love My Name" was released as a single on 14 March Track listing "Love My Name" – "Woman" – "Everything Falls Into Place" – "Human Again" – Genre: Indie rock, post-punk revival.
  2. Aralkree says:
    Ornaments from the Silver Arcade, an album by Young Knives on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  3. Mikalabar says:
    The Young Knives Ornaments From the Silver Arcade Review. Album. Released Storm Clouds, a scary coda to the You can add or edit information about Ornaments From the Silver Arcade .
  4. Duzilkree says:
    Young Knives announced themselves to the music world back in with an album cover featuring a scene from an obscure Fenland market town festival, a bass player named The House of Lords, and a.
  5. Malale says:
    After a mid-album lull, closers ‘Storm Clouds’ and ‘Glasshouse’ resurrect Young Knives’ playful, unselfconscious spirit. The former pits Henry’s cheeky snarl against an ominous heavy rock backdrop, and the latter - reminiscent of The Rakes’ chucklesome ‘Work, Work, Work (Pub, Club, Sleep)’ - serves as a reminder that so-called ‘landfill indie’ can still be mined for the odd gem.6/
  6. Braran says:
    Young Knives initially seemed like a band of energetic, committed outsiders, with songs characterised by distinctive, angular qualities. On Ornaments From The Silver Arcade, they sound more or less subsumed within an indie-pop firmament.
  7. Gami says:
    ‘Silver Tongue’ is the nadir. Five words of explanation: It sounds like The Bravery. As former members of the Rakes will attest, Young Knives aren’t the first band of that mini-era to find themselves at a stylistic crossroads three albums in and lose their edge trying to find a way out.
  8. Tagore says:
    Young Knives - Listen to Young Knives on Deezer. With music streaming on Deezer you can discover more than 56 million tracks, create your own playlists, and share your favourite tracks with your friends.

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