Category: Classic Rock
A List Of Things I Cant Handle - Mixtapes - Ordinary Silence (Vinyl, LP, Album)
Label: No Sleep Records - NSR093 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album Grape Ice Cream • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Punk, Indie Rock
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“A List of Things I Can’t Handle” is a shining example of the maturity present throughout this entire record. Amidst sailing chorus and driving verses it is made obvious that Mixtapes is a band who is not afraid to admit they may have made the wrong choice in their collective lives.
Special In-Stock Vinyl: Exclusive Limited Vinyl: Mixtapes Ordinary Silence No Sleep Released on June 25, $ Out Of Since their last release, Mixtapes spent time honing their songwriting on tour, and for the first time ever the band came together as one, all contributing to the writing process.
Mar 21, · And it's not the first such vinyl release; The Wit and Wisdom of Ronald Reagan was a satirical LP issued by Stiff Records in , complete with multiple tracks of complete silence. Anyone buying this Silent Meditation will also be able to enjoy that classic vinyl trick: the hidden track. "Each side will contain 20 minutes of silence at 33 ⅓ RPM.
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It also means that records like ‘Ordinary Silence’ by Mixtapes found their way to my ear holes. Don’t get me wrong, this album is well-produced and poppy. It’s actually really, really poppy. But it doesn’t feel cheap. Every song on the album has a true emotional weight to it, and coupled with the dual vocal harmonies, the experience.
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