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Disappears – Live Over The Rainbo (2008)
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Label: Rococo Records
Catalog#: RCC0047
Format: Vinyl, LP, Limited Edition, Reissue
Country: US
Released: 2011
Quality: MP3 320
Size: 46 MB

Цитата:
Drawing on a combined reverence for reverb, heavy tremolo, delay and repetition, Disappears play minimal rock music inspired by everything from Krautrock to The Staples Singers to punk to CCR. Originally started as a recording project, Disappears quickly evolved into a live band, spending 2008/09 supporting diverse acts such as Wire, Cluster, Deerhunter, Black Angels and Obits as well as landing a spot at the 2009 Pitchfork Music Festival. Recorded by drummer Graeme Gibson over Chicago's historic Rainbo Club during October 2008 Live Over The Rainbo was intended as a tour-only CD-R. Chicago cult label Plus Tapes picked it up and it sold out soon after and now this definitive edition on Rococo Records. Newly mastered by Alan Douches at West West Side Music, pressed on "Rainbow" colored vinyl and limited to 500 copies. This is the way Live Over The Rainbo was meant to be issued.


Tracklist:

01. ------- [1:01]
02. Marigold [3:11]
03. Not Nothing [1:52]
04. Magics [4:17]
05. Old Friend [2:03]
06. Gone Completely [2:49]
07. Lux [4:46]
08. Needs [4:38]
09. Hearing Things [3:34]
10. New Cross [1:49]

Recorded live Over The Rainbo Club, Chicago 10.26.08


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Disappears – Lux (2010)
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Label: Kranky
Catalog#: KRANK143
Format: CD, Album
Country: US
Released: 13 Apr 2010
Quality: FLAC / MP3 320
Size: 186 MB / 67 MB</span>

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Disappears is made up of some Chicago scene veterans-- Brian Case of garage-rock favorites the Ponys as well as several members of the defunct post-rock band Boas. Their music combines elements of both groups, but it nearly became a casualty of the industry's current financial mess. Disappears were the very last act signed to Touch and Go before the label shut down, and as a result, their debut, Lux, was almost lost in the shuffle. Luckily they were eventually scooped up by Kranky, and though their style differs considerably from the experimental and ambient that label is known for, it seems a good fit for Disappears' dense and foreboding sound.

Disappears' sound is a pared-down, drone-heavy mixture of Velvet Underground scuzz, garage-rock energy, and krautrock propulsion. It may not feel like the most unique approach, but, importantly, the band seems aware of that. Part of Disappears' appeal is that they've chosen to work within a set of stylistic and sonic limitations, where vocals and instrumentation are stripped back to their most essential. It's more about minimalism and mastering the basics than making something brand-new.

It works because Disappears keep things tight; even though there's heaviness and repetition in these tracks, usually they're about three minutes long. "Gone Completely" is a killer opener, a rush of fuzz-laden guitars and simple, severe drumming. On this track and throughout the album, frontman Case's vocals are buried in the mix just right-- his delivery is kind of a Britt Daniel-meets-Iggy Pop sing-speak-- and clouded in the feedback his words sound more powerful, like they're trying to escape. The band mostly finds a comfortable zone and rides it, but each track tweaks the formula just so, and the mood stays jet-black dark throughout.

Things do start to feel a bit same-y toward the end of the record. On "Little Ghost" and "New Cross", it sounds like the band is revisiting ideas they touched on earlier. But when a group is working in such tight confines, some overlap is natural. That the goal here is intentionally limited ultimately works for and against Disappears-- they achieve the sound they want, and it does sound good, but it's hard to think of Lux as much more than that, because the components are so familiar. Still, that they're able to make these well-worn rock tropes feel quite so menacing after all this time is an achievement in its own right.




Tracklist:

01. Gone Completely [2:37]
02. Magics [3:56]
03. Pearly Gates [3:40]
04. Marigold [3:14]
05. Not Nothing [1:44]
06. Lux [3:55]
07. Old Friend [2:08]
08. Little Ghost [3:34]
09. New Cross [1:44]
10. No Other [2:34]


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Disappears – Guider (2011)
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Label: Kranky
Catalog#: KRANK151
Format: CD, Album
Country: US
Released: 17 Jan 2011
Quality: FLAC / MP3 320
Size: 184 MB / 71 MB

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On their second full-length, Chicago's Disappears have gotten more Zen. Where their mix of Velvet Underground chug and krautrock groove on 2010 debut Lux was pretty melodic, on Guider they're more interested in being hypnotic. They've embraced repetition, using it as an end of its own rather than a way to find hooks. They do offer lots to latch onto-- memorable riffs abound, and revving tempos propel the tunes like a car stuck in 5th gear. But they sound more into straight lines than catchy arcs, more into the moment than what came before.

The recording details confirm that immediacy. According to Kranky's press release, all but one track is a first take. In fact, Disappears literally erased the past, recording over tapes originally used for the Lux sessions. Still, for an album so in-the-moment and so short-- it lasts only 30 minutes, and half is taken up by closer "Revisiting"-- Guider doesn't fly by. All the repetition distorts the sense of time, as if each groove had begun before tape rolled and continued to churn past the end.

That aligns Disappears with another band that can turn one riff into an eternal swing, San Francisco's Wooden Shjips. Both also draw openly on classic influences-- Disappears' twitter bio is "Music for Record Collectors"-- and this time around the common denominator is Spacemen 3. That group's rumbling bass, reflective guitar, and flattened vocals spring up in the quiet/loud drama of "Not Romantic", the stair-climbing "Superstition", and the shivering riffs of "Halo". But Spacemen 3 weren't unique-- they borrowed as much from Suicide and the MC5 as Disappears borrow from them-- and their influence on Guider produces something that can't simply be called a copy.

A more valid criticism would be that heavy influence makes Guider less able to transcend genre than the more openly catchy Lux. For me, the band makes up for that deficit in sheer magnetic energy, which isn't easy to wrangle from such a well-worn style. That energy is plentiful enough that Disappears may yet make a record that captures both true believers and recent converts equally.






Tracklist:

1. Superstition [1:52]
2. Not Romantic [3:16]
3. Halo [3:54]
4. Guider [3:13]
5. New Fast [2:47]
6. Revisiting [15:58]


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Disappears – Live At Echo Canyon (2011)
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Label: Not On Label (Disappears Self-released)
Catalog#: none
Format: CDr, EP
Country: US
Released: Feb 2011
Quality: MP3 320
Size: 39 MB

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Live At Echo Canyon is a five-song cassette, and will be the band's first recordings featuring new drummer Steve Shelley.

From the aboriginal ooze of self-released 7'' singles and Live Over the Rainbo, Chicago's Disappears have quickly risen to become one of our fair city's most acclaimed bands on the further strength of well-loved full-lengths Lux and Guider. If all of this over the course of less than three years isn't enough for you, behold our latest offering: Live At Echo Canyon, a five-song stunner replete with everything that is good and right about a gnarled, hard-hitting, ear-busting Disappears live show. Recorded at Echo Canyon in Hoboken, the band storms through four newly minted originals and caps it off with a gnarled cover of Suicide's "Radiation."


Tracklist:

1. All Gone White [2:52]
2. Brother Joliene [3:48]
3. Free As I Want [3:06]
4. Hive Mind [2:07]
5. Radiation [5:06]


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Disappears – Pre Language (2012)
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Label: Kranky
Catalog#: KRANK164
Format: Digital files, Album
Country: US
Released: 27 Feb 2012
Quality: FLAC / MP3 320
Size: 240 MB / 82 MB

Цитата:
When Disappears took shelter in the 15-minute long "Revisiting" at the end of last year's Guider, it felt like they were on the cusp of pushing their music into an audacious new space. There were certainly plenty of associations that could be drawn between that song and other artists-- it fed off an unholy amalgam of the Stooges' grit, the blissful repetition of Can, the planet-sized riffing of Loop. But there was poise to it, a sense of all those elements running off one another to create a glorious noise, mapped out in a place you could retreat to and get lost in for days at a time. The touring undertaken to promote Guider brought Sonic Youth's Steve Shelley into the Chicago-based band's fold-- a natural fit for the eternally cyclical guitar lines singer Brian Case and Jonathan Van Herik were obsessing over at the time. Shelley returns on Pre Language, now a fully paid-up member of the band, on the most concise account of Disappears' music to date.

Instead of acting as a jumping-off point to something new, "Revisiting" has been treated as a dead end, a place where the group's fixation on repetition was shoved out to its natural brink. It's not altogether surprising to find Disappears acting this way. There was a strong shift in style between their 2010 debut, Lux, and Guider, from sweet-toothed guitar pop to the nihilistic Detroit 1969 abandon of tracks like "Halo". Pre Language is a further modification, with Case clearly keen to show off his Anglophile tendencies by channeling the Fall's Mark E. Smith on a number of songs ("Replicate", "Fear of Darkness"). Strangely, considering Shelley's involvement, there's also a whiff of 1990s alt-rock also-rans, the kind of acts that trailed in Sonic Youth's wake. "All Gone White" could be a track by long-forgotten St. Johnny, one of the many eyebrow-raising recipients of a major deal (at DGC) during the storied post-grunge feeding frenzy.

That same fate isn't likely to befall Disappears any time soon, but on Pre Language they are producing their most commercial work to date. When it peaks, on the forceful "Hibernation Sickness" and through the shivery guitars of "Brother Joliene", there's a natural buoyancy at work, with the band's psych impulses, pop flair, and scratchy guitar passages all working in tandem. But too often it slides into unremarkable sludge, making it feel like the blown-open sound and ambition of Guider isn't being capitalized on. "Minor Patterns" resembles an inconsequential Dandy Warhols album track when the chorus rolls in, wandering aimlessly in a haze of shoegazery fuzz. Even tracks that lean back into Disappears' trusted framework of repetition don't find the same kind of purpose as before, with "Love Drug" trudging aimlessly in place for much of its duration.

The fundamental difference between Pre Language and its predecessor is a sense of identity, that ability to turn obvious touchstones inside-out to land in a place easily defined as Disappears' own territory. This album feels more like a series of genre exercises, a place in which they occasionally work up a palpable tension, but never enough to make this more than an adequate diversion from the resources they're obviously sourcing. It's possible that "Revisiting" was so monolithic in size that it became something from which Disappears needed to make a hasty retreat, fearing such an exercise couldn't be equaled. There would certainly be no point in repeating something like that again. But there's heightened aspiration there, a sense of loosening the band's tightly wound sound to see where it would take them, bringing them to a place Pre Language doesn't arrive at often enough.






Tracklist:

1. Replicate [4:20]
2. Pre Language [2:13]
3. Hibernation Sickness [3:22]
4. Minor Patterns [4:24]
5. All Gone White [3:00]
6. Joa [5:53]
7. Fear of Darkness [2:58]
8. Love Drug [5:24]
9. Brother Joliene [4:09]


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Disappears – Kone (2013)
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Label: Not On Label
Catalog#: none
Format: Vinyl, 12"
Country: USA & Canada
Released: 16 Apr 2013
Quality: MP3 320
Size: 72 MB

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Speaking of Downton Abbey, Chicago space-rock/post-punk/experimental noise purveyors Disappears have a new EP called Kone that they’re self-releasing as a 12-inch on April 16. It features, according to its press release, “more than 30 minutes of expertly crafted, intense, post-punk and experimental guitar-driven sounds.” It was recorded at Minbal studios in Chicago and mixed in Dallas by John Congleton.




Tracklist:

1. Kone [15:46]
2. Kontakt [4:57]
3. Kone Edit [10:17]


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Disappears – Era (2013)
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Label: Kranky
Catalog#: KRANK182
Format: CD, Album
Country: US
Released: 26 Aug 2013
Quality: FLAC / MP3 320
Size: 251 MB / 93 MB

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Era is the fourth annual report from Chicago powerhouse quartet Disappears. It was formed during the gloom of the Chicago winter at Electrical Audio by now regular foil John Congleton.

Insular and dark, the album sees the band further re?ning their love of dub, minimalism and repetition into their most original and stark set yet.

It harks back to the early 80?s post punk period, when almost anything seemed possible with the classic two guitar, bass and drums lineup, and exploration and expansion of what could be done with these elements was at the fore.

Dueling wiry and squalling guitars lead the way while a lockdown rhythm section provides the perpetual forward motion.

Era is Disappears at their most abrasive, contemplative, and paranoid – it?s the sound of the void looking back.


Tracklist:

1. Girl [3:51]
2. Power [4:12]
3. Ultra [9:33]
4. Era [3:46]
5. Weird House [4:11]
6. Elite Typical [7:53]
7. New House [6:40]


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Это сообщение отредактировал diamond1979 - 17.09.13 в 14:30
и шо, никто и ничё?
просто первый же альбом просто бомба, вы чё)отпишусь-отпишусь)
boiling-point.com.ua

" ...забейте что-либо своими руками - и вам полегчает"
(с) Кровосток
Че ж такой коротенький-то? Засморкаем
Мемчи́ки - эта абщение с илитай. Эта не толька шутки пра тваю мамашу, но и шутки пра мамашу админа. Мемчи́ки - эта гигабайты тральских шутак. Мемчи́ки - эта абщение. Мемчи́ки - эта тралинк лалак. Мемчи́-и-и-и-и-и-ки!!!
очень странно вышло с группой-то этой.
Ещё в декабре я кричал, что первый их альбом входил в список лучших альбомов года по моему мнению.
И вот - новый релиз.
Я порадовался, вспомнил в каком поросячьем восторге был от первого альбома и перед "потребление" второго релиза решил покушать первый.
Разминки ради, так сказать.
И ничего не произошло.
Прошёл восторг от первого альбома совершенно, не вызывает тех же эмоций.
А уж что сказать о втором, совсем внимания не заслужил.
Отложу подальше: может, во мне ещё что-нибудь перевернётся. Но позже, конечно, позже...
boiling-point.com.ua

" ...забейте что-либо своими руками - и вам полегчает"
(с) Кровосток
что-то вообще не понравилось
спасибо. нашел оба альбома. всем советую smile.gif
Меньше мелодики, больше унылости. Чета не пошел альбом
Мемчи́ки - эта абщение с илитай. Эта не толька шутки пра тваю мамашу, но и шутки пра мамашу админа. Мемчи́ки - эта гигабайты тральских шутак. Мемчи́ки - эта абщение. Мемчи́ки - эта тралинк лалак. Мемчи́-и-и-и-и-и-ки!!!
Disappears-Pre_Language-2012-FNT
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Artist: Disappears
Album: Pre Language
Label: Kranky
Playtime: 35:39 min
Genre: Psychedelic Rock
URL: http://www.kranky.net
Rip date: 2012-02-24
Street date: 2012-02-28
Size: 68.86 MB
Type: Normal
Quality: 257 kbps / 4410Hz / Joint Stereo

Track List ----------------------------------------------------------------

01. Replicate ( 4:19
02. Pre Language ( 2:13
03. Hibernation Sickness ( 3:22
04. Minor Patterns ( 4:23
05. All Gone White ( 3:00
06. Joa ( 5:52
07. Fear Of Darkness ( 2:57
08. Love Drug ( 5:24
09. Brother Joliene ( 4:09

Release Notes:

The new record from this killer garage psychedelic rock band. Of course, this
is the perfect record for stoners. When these guys get jamming, they are a
fucking powerhouse. SO GOOD. Check it out, and pick it up next week. Don't buy
the web like some group I've never heard of did today.

Zippyshare / Yandex / iFolder


Это сообщение отредактировал Dr.Slanch - 25.02.12 в 9:05
реабилитировались ребята после ужасного Guider, молодцы:D

Это сообщение отредактировал StyleSmile - 25.02.12 в 16:43
Disappears-Pre_Language-WEB-2012-KLV

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artist : Disappears
album : Pre Language
year : 2012
genre : Indie
label : Kranky
cat# : krank164
source : WEB
encoder : n/a
quality : 320/44,1/Joint
size : 82,4 MB

tracklist

01. Replicate 04:21
02. Pre Language 02:15
03. Hibernation Sickness 03:24
04. Minor Patterns 04:25
05. All Gone White 03:02
06. Joa 05:54
07. Fear of Darkness 02:59
08. Love Drug 05:26
09. Brother Joliene 04:11

35:57

release notes:

Chicago’s Disappears present their third album for
Kranky, and it’s a beauty. Recorded at Sonic
Youth’s Echo Canyon West studio in Hoboken, NJ,
it’s billed as the band’s “love” album, though
digressive lyrical allusions to Philip K. Dick,
James Baldwin and Joan of Arc also abound.
Stylistically it would be fair to say that Pre
Language’s basis is in post-punk – the barked,
deadpan vocals are very Fall-indebted and the
melodic tics scream suburban Britain circa ’85 -
but the guitars are given full rein to rock
vociferously, making this album feel more in tune
with the spirit of the early 90s and the psyched
out riffage of bands like The Darkside and The
Charlottes. It’s definitely Disappears’ most
muscular album to date, perhaps reflecting that
it’s their first as a trio – Sonic Youth’s Steve
Shelley is now a permanent member (this also
explains why the drums sound so prominent, and so
good). A great deal more polished than its
predecessor, Guider, but still raw and to-the-
point, Pre Language will strongly satisfy the
cravings of your inner rockist.

http://is.gd/dxc69K

ifolder / unibytes / gigabase / share4web / turbobit
Interesting kind
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Disappears – Lux (2010)

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Label: Kranky
Catalog#: KRANK143
Format: CD, Album
Country: US
Released: 13 Apr 2010

Tracklist:

01. Gone Completely [2:37]
02. Magics [3:56]
03. Pearly Gates [3:40]
04. Marigold [3:14]
05. Not Nothing [1:44]
06. Lux [3:55]
07. Old Friend [2:08]
08. Little Ghost [3:34]
09. New Cross [1:44]
10. No Other [2:34]


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Disappears – Guider (2011)

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Label: Kranky
Catalog#: KRANK151
Format: CD, Album
Country: US
Released: 17 Jan 2011

Tracklist:

1. Superstition [1:52]
2. Not Romantic [3:16]
3. Halo [3:54]
4. Guider [3:13]
5. New Fast [2:47]
6. Revisiting [15:58]


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Disappears – Pre Language (2012)

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Label: Kranky
Catalog#: Krank164
Format: Digital files, Album
Country: US
Released: 27 Feb 2012

Tracklist:

1. Replicate [4:20]
2. Pre Language [2:13]
3. Hibernation Sickness [3:22]
4. Minor Patterns [4:24]
5. All Gone White [3:00]
6. Joa [5:53]
7. Fear of Darkness [2:58]
8. Love Drug [5:24]
9. Brother Joliene [4:09]


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Точно, ребилитировались за Glider. Но Lux все равно лучший у них.

Кстати, на барабанах некий Стив Шелли
Мемчи́ки - эта абщение с илитай. Эта не толька шутки пра тваю мамашу, но и шутки пра мамашу админа. Мемчи́ки - эта гигабайты тральских шутак. Мемчи́ки - эта абщение. Мемчи́ки - эта тралинк лалак. Мемчи́-и-и-и-и-и-ки!!!
Вокал прямо как у Toma Veka.
FreakII

да, помнится, что барабанил в каком-то культовом коллективе smile.gif

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