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ARTIST: Sound Of Guns
TITLE: elementary of youth
LABEL: Distiller Records
GENRE: Rock
BITRATE: 195kbps avg
PLAYTIME: 0h 17min total
RELEASE DATE: 2009-00-00
RIP DATE: 2009-10-13

Track List:
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1. elementary of youth 3:13
2. dead sea scrolls 2:54
3. lightspeed 3:34
4. gallantry 7:53

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www.myspace.com/soundofguns

классные ребята
сегодня заказал их ипиху
как придут, сделаю рип нормальный, и выложу
так что ждите
Sound Of Guns - Elementary Of Youth EP (320) myself cd rip

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ARTIST: Sound Of Guns
TITLE: Elementary Of Youth EP
LABEL: Distiller Records
GENRE: Rock / Indie Rock / Alternative Rock
FORMAT: 2 x Vinyl 7", EP, CD, EP
BITRATE: 320 kbps
PLAYTIME: 17m 33s
SIZE: 41,8mb
RELEASE DATE: 02 Nov 2009
RIP DATE: 04 Dec 2009

TRACKLIST:
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01. Sound Of Guns – Elementary Of Youth - (03:13)
02. Sound Of Guns – Dead Sea Scrolls - (02:54)
03. Sound Of Guns – Lightspeed - (03:34)
04. Sound Of Guns – Gallantry - (07:52)

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сразу скажу, что рипал только сд, винилки рипать смысла не вижу, да и возможности сейчас нет
Sound_Of_Guns-Alcatraz-(Promo_CDS)-2010-SiRE
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Artist: Sound Of Guns
Title: Alcatraz
Label: Distiller
Genre: Rock
Bitrate: 224kbit av.
Time: 00:07:29
Size: 12.66 mb
Rip Date: 2010-03-02
Str Date: 2010-03-22

01. Alcatraz 3:41
02. Knots 3:48

Release Notes:

Liverpool boys Sound of Guns are set to take over the airwaves again
with the release their new single Alcatraz.

Having had their debut EP Elementary of Youth given the seal of
approval by Radio 1 DJ Zane Lowe as the hottest record in the world -
the new single will be one to watch.

The single is the first release from the band's forthcoming debut
album, which will be available later this year.

Alcatraz is the sound of fully-fledged rockers blasting their way
through power chords, yet managing to combine this with quirky lyrics.

Sound Of Guns seem to have developed an uncanny talent for producing
anthemic songs that become ingrained in your memory after only a few
listens.

With Alcatraz and b-side Knots boasting long-lasting potential, prepare
to start citing Sound of Guns as your favourite new band.
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Artist: Sound Of Guns
Title: What Came From Fire
Label: Distiller
Genre: Rock
Bitrate: 209kbit av
Time: 00:41:37
Size: 65.23 mb
Rip Date: 2010-06-28
Str Date: 2010-06-28

01. Intro 0:40
02. Architects 2:59
03. Alcatraz 3:40
04. Elementary Of Youth 3:15
05. Collisions 4:14
06. 106 (Still The Words) 6:23
07. Lightspeed 3:39
08. My White Noise 4:18
09. Bullets In The Bloodstream 3:37
10. Backs Of Butterflies 4:55
11. Starts With An End 3:57

Release Notes

There's something vaguely Snow Patrol-esque about the general aura of
earnestness and feeling that enshrouds Sound of Guns' debut
full-length. 'What Came From Fire' is an album of big, heartfelt
indie-rock ballads with stadium-pleasing choruses but, while it's easy
to imagine their glossy, sleek anthems clogging up the mainstream radio
waves, Sound of Guns always throw a spanner in the works. Whether it's
an under-produced crackle or an unusual riff, Sound of Guns manage to
sound accessible and instantly likeable, without being buffeted to a
sterile shine

Previous single 'Architects' is a gleaming howl of mainstream rock,
underpinned by that aforementioned crackle, while some unusual riffing
is on the cards for 'Elementary of Youth' and 'Bullets In The
Bloodstream

Sound of Guns churn out a bristling riff that rises and falls and
grumbles like a chainsaw beneath 'Bullets In The Bloodstream's sleek
surface, while frontman Andy labours to ensure every line is bursting
with hooks. But, it's in the closing moments where 'Bullets In The
Bloodstream' really comes into its own, cherry-picking this song's most
urgent lyrics, sticking that aforementioned grating riff on a loop, and
cranking the volume up to maximum. A majestic ending to an already
dramatic song

Meanwhile, on 'Elementary of Youth,' the vocals and the guitars team
up, jagging to the exact same, back-and-forth rhythm, amidst lashings
of your atypically dramatic, rock-ballad riffing. Impressively, Andy
navigates those knife-edge vocal turns, whilst still managing to sound
melodic

Lead-off single 'Alcatraz' makes good use of Andy's vocal prowess,
replacing the usual two-storey-high chorus with a lively
call-and-response vocal ricochet that's pretty much irresistible
Expect to be singing along, halfway through your very first experience
of 'Alcatraz

Collisions' and 'My White Noise' are a little bit different. On
Collisions,' Sound of Guns take a breather from bellowing their hearts
out, and concentrate on having a good time. 'Collisions' has an
infectious groove, and Andy even test-drives a very stylish,
hard-rock-infused holler, which adds to this song's jazzy cool
Meanwhile, on 'My White Noise' it's the easy-on-the-ear melodies which
are given the elbow. After rattling your teeth with a barrage of
pointed drumbeats, this spiny track lurches into a chorus of
gunshot-drumming and spiky vocals that'll needle you into submission
My White Noise' is big, shiny, melodic rock, with neat little hooky
barbs you won't be expecting

It's difficult to pick favourites when it comes to 'What Came From
Fire,' not just because of the consistent high quality, but because 90
of this album is cut from the same musical cloth. 'What Came From Fire
is as samey as any one album can sound, without losing the listener's
interest. But, by a fraction, album highlights are 'Backs of
Butterflies' and the aptly-named 'Lightspeed.' The latter kicks off
with a ferocious drum-roll and escalates from there into a cinematic
swirl of mammoth vocals and wave upon wave of guitars, where every
chink of white space is crammed full of urgent backing vocals
Lightspeed' is a blast of three dimensional musical drama with a storm
of a chorus

Other highpoint 'Backs of Butterflies' can boast this album's best
chorus, serving up a wonderfully no-nonsense, rabble-raising stomp that
was designed to rattle stadium rafters. 'Backs of Butterflies' is a
life-affirming tidal wave of big, fat, juicy vocals and a drumline
that'll get your head nodding and your feet stamping in no time

Album low point is the pretty, languid, six-minute-plus snooze-fest of
106 (Still The Words).' The synth-encrusted guitars drift along and,
if it wasn't for the vaguely tribal rumble of the drums, the entire
verse would be a completely pointless outing. Sound of Guns do finally
kick it into second gear for the chorus. Despite the awkward
verse-to-chorus transition, the choruses do have a swing to their step,
and after so many pointless, sparkling riffs, this just might just feel
like the edgiest thing you've ever heard. The overriding impression of
101 (Still The Words)' is that this song doesn't have nearly enough
ideas to justify its six and a half minute running time: nowhere is
this more apparent than the draggingly dull closing minutes

Sound of Guns end on a surprisingly sedate note, with the long, steady,
easy-on-the-ears sway of 'Starts With an End.' The rise and fall of
Andy's voice is lulling. This isn't a particularly strong Sound of Guns
song, but it's sweetly melodic and undemanding, and eases you out of
this album of wall-to-wall anthems nicely

What Came From Fire' is a big, heartfelt rock album abounding with
overwrought, emotionally-charged choruses. Sound of Guns wisely add a
few individual quirks to each anthem, successfully avoiding the strange
pitfall of being too accessible and too instantly likeable (i.e
boring.) This is about as polished as an album can get, without
beginning to sound overproduced, plastic and dull. Sound of Guns might
just be the band to reaffirm your faith in the stadium-sized
rock-ballad
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Sound_Of_Guns-What_Came_From_Fire-2010-SiRE

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Artist: Sound Of Guns
Title: What Came From Fire
Label: Distiller
Genre: Rock
Bitrate: VBRkbit av
Time: 00:41:37
Size: 65.23 mb
Rip Date: 2010-06-28
Str Date: 2010-06-28

Track List:
------

01. Intro 0:40
02. Architects 2:59
03. Alcatraz 3:40
04. Elementary Of Youth 3:15
05. Collisions 4:14
06. 106 (Still The Words) 6:23
07. Lightspeed 3:39
08. My White Noise 4:18
09. Bullets In The Bloodstream 3:37
10. Backs Of Butterflies 4:55
11. Starts With An End 3:57

Release Notes:


There's something vaguely Snow Patrol-esque about the general aura of
earnestness and feeling that enshrouds Sound of Guns' debut
full-length. 'What Came From Fire' is an album of big, heartfelt
indie-rock ballads with stadium-pleasing choruses but, while it's easy
to imagine their glossy, sleek anthems clogging up the mainstream radio
waves, Sound of Guns always throw a spanner in the works. Whether it's
an under-produced crackle or an unusual riff, Sound of Guns manage to
sound accessible and instantly likeable, without being buffeted to a
sterile shine

Previous single 'Architects' is a gleaming howl of mainstream rock,
underpinned by that aforementioned crackle, while some unusual riffing
is on the cards for 'Elementary of Youth' and 'Bullets In The
Bloodstream

Sound of Guns churn out a bristling riff that rises and falls and
grumbles like a chainsaw beneath 'Bullets In The Bloodstream's sleek
surface, while frontman Andy labours to ensure every line is bursting
with hooks. But, it's in the closing moments where 'Bullets In The
Bloodstream' really comes into its own, cherry-picking this song's most
urgent lyrics, sticking that aforementioned grating riff on a loop, and
cranking the volume up to maximum. A majestic ending to an already
dramatic song

Meanwhile, on 'Elementary of Youth,' the vocals and the guitars team
up, jagging to the exact same, back-and-forth rhythm, amidst lashings
of your atypically dramatic, rock-ballad riffing. Impressively, Andy
navigates those knife-edge vocal turns, whilst still managing to sound
melodic

Lead-off single 'Alcatraz' makes good use of Andy's vocal prowess,
replacing the usual two-storey-high chorus with a lively
call-and-response vocal ricochet that's pretty much irresistible
Expect to be singing along, halfway through your very first experience
of 'Alcatraz

Collisions' and 'My White Noise' are a little bit different. On
Collisions,' Sound of Guns take a breather from bellowing their hearts
out, and concentrate on having a good time. 'Collisions' has an
infectious groove, and Andy even test-drives a very stylish,
hard-rock-infused holler, which adds to this song's jazzy cool
Meanwhile, on 'My White Noise' it's the easy-on-the-ear melodies which
are given the elbow. After rattling your teeth with a barrage of
pointed drumbeats, this spiny track lurches into a chorus of
gunshot-drumming and spiky vocals that'll needle you into submission
My White Noise' is big, shiny, melodic rock, with neat little hooky
barbs you won't be expecting

It's difficult to pick favourites when it comes to 'What Came From
Fire,' not just because of the consistent high quality, but because 90
of this album is cut from the same musical cloth. 'What Came From Fire
is as samey as any one album can sound, without losing the listener's
interest. But, by a fraction, album highlights are 'Backs of
Butterflies' and the aptly-named 'Lightspeed.' The latter kicks off
with a ferocious drum-roll and escalates from there into a cinematic
swirl of mammoth vocals and wave upon wave of guitars, where every
chink of white space is crammed full of urgent backing vocals
Lightspeed' is a blast of three dimensional musical drama with a storm
of a chorus

Other highpoint 'Backs of Butterflies' can boast this album's best
chorus, serving up a wonderfully no-nonsense, rabble-raising stomp that
was designed to rattle stadium rafters. 'Backs of Butterflies' is a
life-affirming tidal wave of big, fat, juicy vocals and a drumline
that'll get your head nodding and your feet stamping in no time

Album low point is the pretty, languid, six-minute-plus snooze-fest of
106 (Still The Words).' The synth-encrusted guitars drift along and,
if it wasn't for the vaguely tribal rumble of the drums, the entire
verse would be a completely pointless outing. Sound of Guns do finally
kick it into second gear for the chorus. Despite the awkward
verse-to-chorus transition, the choruses do have a swing to their step,
and after so many pointless, sparkling riffs, this just might just feel
like the edgiest thing you've ever heard. The overriding impression of
101 (Still The Words)' is that this song doesn't have nearly enough
ideas to justify its six and a half minute running time: nowhere is
this more apparent than the draggingly dull closing minutes

Sound of Guns end on a surprisingly sedate note, with the long, steady,
easy-on-the-ears sway of 'Starts With an End.' The rise and fall of
Andy's voice is lulling. This isn't a particularly strong Sound of Guns
song, but it's sweetly melodic and undemanding, and eases you out of
this album of wall-to-wall anthems nicely

What Came From Fire' is a big, heartfelt rock album abounding with
overwrought, emotionally-charged choruses. Sound of Guns wisely add a
few individual quirks to each anthem, successfully avoiding the strange
pitfall of being too accessible and too instantly likeable (i.e
boring.) This is about as polished as an album can get, without
beginning to sound overproduced, plastic and dull. Sound of Guns might
just be the band to reaffirm your faith in the stadium-sized
rock-ballad

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однозначно слушать!
шикарные треки "Architects" и "Elementary Of Youth" давно уже осели на винче smile.gif

Цитата:
“British Rock and Roll from the heart”
Zane Lowe, Radio 1

“A band everybody is excited about”
Huw Stephens, Radio 1

“As massive and dramatic as anything on a major label, brilliant stuff”
XFM

“Eclectic, raw and equiped for something more, their musicallity is paramount”
The Fly

“Arguably the biggest sound in Liverpool right now…they’re the new princes of the city”
Sound City
Качественно, но не мое.
Не понравилось. Удалил, не дослушав
повелся на обложку и тэг альтернатива...
даже и не знаю, какой вердикт скорее всего подойдёт - видимо просто не того ожидал.
но пару песен в целом даже понравились.
__"Воткнул в жопу перо,не говори,что ты павлин."__

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"Monkey see, Monkey kill"
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2.4. Не рекомендуется писать малосодержательные сообщения, в том числе состоящие из одних смайликов
Это сообщение отредактировал Blast40185
Smile!No One Cares How You Feel
Нда, послушал я альбом. Те темы, что упомянул, так и остались единственными понравившимися. Как-то не выразительно.
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Sound of Guns
[CODE]rghost.net, mediafire.com or megaupload.com links would be appreciated.
судя по отзывам и активности в этом топике, народу походу творчество этих ребят не нравится. но все же
надо кому альбом и оставшиеся синглы в 320? smile.gif
Вот только сегодня их слушал и полез в топик, чтобы проверить на наличие новинок от этой банды.
Был крайне удивлен, что так мало отзывов и просмотров темы blink.gif Группа то заслуживает внимания
"Talking about music is like Dancing about Architecture."

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