The Body - No One Deserves Happiness mp3 downloadPerformer: The Body
Title: No One Deserves Happiness
Style: Experimental Rock,Noise-Rock,Sludge Metal,Doom Metal,Heavy Metal
Location: Machines With Magnets, Pawtucket, RI
Released: March 18, 2016
Size MP3 version: 1104 mb
Size FLAC version: 1271 mb
Size WMA version: 1661 mb
Format: XM FLAC RA AAC MPC ASF
Genre: Pop Rock
The Body - No One Deserves Happiness mp3 download
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No One Deserves Happiness by the body, released 18 March 2016 1. Wanderings 2. Shelter Is Illusory 3. For You 4. Hallow, Hollow 5. Two Snakes 6. Adamah 7. Starving Deserter 8. The Fall and the Guilt 9. Prescience 10. The Myth Arc On No One Deserves Happiness, The Body’s Chip King and Lee Buford set out to make the grossest pop album of all time. Album opener Wanderings is the perfect introduction to No One Deserves Happiness: Wolpert’s angelic calls to go it alone build until utter despair takes over, her voice drowned in guitar distortion, and as it is swallowed, we hear the desperate cries of Chip King.
No One Deserves Happiness. Atmospheric Doom The Body. Band's List Atmospheric Doom The Body No One Deserves Happiness. Album Name No One Deserves Happiness. Released date 18 March 2016. Labels Thrill Jockey Records. Music StyleAtmospheric Doom. Members owning this album1. 2. Shelter Is Illusory. 3. For You. 4. Hallow, Hollow.
The Body is a metal band for the mind-this deceptively huge-sounding duo knows no genre bounds. For their fifth album, guitarist-screecher Chip King and pummeling drummer Lee Buford stretch out an already expansive sound, adding electronic wash and twitchy beats to vein-straining rock exorcisms. Angelic singing from others adds a hopeful note to all the terrifying shrieking (Assembly Of Light's Chrissy Wolpert lends her ethereal coo to Wanderings ). But more often, as on epic emotional fits like Hallow/Hollow, it's total darkness that casts The Body in their most appealing light
Throughout No One Deserves Happiness The Body take the overall structure of sludge and doom metal and fill it with their own style, often creating a dichotomy by inserting beautiful female vocals over the most ugly and abrasive noises possible. On The Fall and the Guilt for example the lyrics they know nothing of our love float across harsh feedback and static that provides an undercurrent of tenseness, while mournful drones swell in and out embellishing the tracks miserable nature, conveying the idea embedded in the albums name better than any other. It’s an impressive way to end an album that tends to rely on pounding percussion a lot of the time, and is a good illustration of how The Body are far more adept at building a sense of doom and dread in their own psychotic way than most.
The Body’s Chip King has described his band’s latest offering as the grossest pop record of all time. No One Deserves Happiness. Release Date: Mar 18, 2016 Record label: Thrill Jockey Genre(s): Pop/Rock, Heavy Metal, Experimental Rock, Doom Metal, Noise-Rock, Sludge Metal. 76 Music Critic Score How the Music Critic Score works. No One Deserves Happiness - Very Good, Based on 8 Critics. By: The Body (3) (2016, Electronic). More albums from The Body (3): The Body & Krieg by The Body (3). 2002 Demo by The Body (3). You, Whom I Have Always Hated by The Body (3). I Shall Die Here by The Body (3). I Have Fought Against It, But I Can’t Any Longer. by The Body (3). xoroAHbin by The Body (3). The Body, Sandworm by The Body (3). All The Waters Of The Earth Turn To Blood by The Body (3). View all albums .
No One Deserves Happiness, the new album by the relentlessly bleak nce sludge-metal duo The Body, is an absolute joy to listen to. That shouldn’t be taken as a surprise or in contradiction with their unrepentant nihilism - metal and hardcore punk have always known how to hit the pleasure center bound up in t antagonism, and The Body have been one of the most gleeful purveyors of this approach - but the tight focus on ecstatic negation they display here is ne. This openness also seems like the most direct result of The Body’s stated aim to make the grossest pop album of all time, with the body-centric propulsion of pop translated here into a misery party with memorable choruses, even if it resembles 4AD goth supergroup This Mortal Coil as much as more contemporary references.
|2||Shelter Is Illusory||The Body||4:27|
|3||For You||The Body||2:34|
|5||Two Snakes||The Body||4:07|
|6||Adamah Maralie Armstrong||The Body||3:59|
|7||Starving Deserter||The Body||5:59|
|8||The Fall and the Guilt||The Body||4:31|
|10||The Myth Arc||The Body||4:41|
CreditsMaralie Armstrong - Composer, Vocals
Alex Barton - Guitar
Daniel Blacksberg - Trombone
The Body - Primary Artist
Eric Carbonara - Engineer
Laura Cetilia - Cello
Chrissy Wolpert - Voices
Ben Eberle - Voices
Kerstin Hern - Voices
Machines With Magnets - Mastering
Seth Manchester - Drums, Engineer, Producer, Programming
Reba Mitchell - Voices
Sheila Sachs - Layout
Keith Souza - Drums, Engineer, Keyboards, Producer
Dylan Walker - Voices