Dolorean - The Unfazed mp3 downloadPerformer: Dolorean
Title: The Unfazed
Style: Indie Rock,Alternative Pop/Rock,Alternative/Indie Rock,Singer/Songwriter,Slowcore
Location: Friendly Ghost
Released: January 18, 2011
Size MP3 version: 1420 mb
Size FLAC version: 1549 mb
Size WMA version: 1182 mb
Format: APE VOC MIDI ADX ASF MMF
Dolorean - The Unfazed mp3 download
Features Song Lyrics for Dolorean's The Unfazed album.
do it's our chance to take we got Nothing to lose, nothing to lose Nothing to lose, nothing to lose, nothing to lose Nothing to lose, nothing to lose, nothing to lose, nothing to lose Unfazed by pain, unfazed by love, unfazed by rain that won't let up Unfazed by debts I'll never pay, unfazed by blonde hair turning grey.
The Unfazed by Dolorean, released 18 January 2011 1. Thinskinned 2. Country Clutter 3. The Unfazed 4. Hard Working Dogs 5. Fools Gold Ring 6. Sweet Boy 7. Black Hills Gold 8. If I Find Love 9. These Slopes Gave Me Hope 10. How Is It Half of this album was finished, then scrapped, then re-recorded, then finally finished again. The final version proves that patience does pay off. The songs are gorgeous, direct, and laid bare. Altogether, a beautiful haze of lightly psychedelic pop music. Half of this album was finished, then scrapped, then re-recorded, then finally finished again.
This album has an average beat per minute of 120 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 72/148 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist The Unfazed. BPM Profile The Unfazed. Album starts at BPM, ends at 72BPM (+72), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Dolorean.
A breakup album done right. What could have been an easy-listening folk record about breakin' up & movin' on goes beyond just sadness. Dolorean's strength as musicians paired with their ability to captivate through lyricism and authenticity makes the album's title no mistake. Nothing's going to stop Al James and company. The latest from Portland, Oregon's Dolorean is a rivetingly bold album.
Dolorean - not to be confused with dance-pop outfit Delorean - have been gently chugging along since the early 2000s, creating their own quietly intense but unassuming niche in indie rockdom. Their third album, The Unfazed is their first not to be issued on Yep Roc, with the Portland, Oregon band opting instead for the smaller Brooklyn-based Partisan Records. Longtime fans needn't fear, though - that doesn't indicate any major change in the Dolorean approach
Country Clutter, 04:38. Hard Working Dogs, 04:26. Fools Gold Ring, 04:21. If I Find Love, 03:51. Now playing: Ava Max Sweet but Psycho. Adele Rolling in the Deep. Queen I Want to Break Free.
|1||Thinskinned Al James||Dolorean||4:14|
|2||Country Clutter Al James||Dolorean||4:38|
|3||The Unfazed Al James||Dolorean||4:20|
|4||Hard Working Dogs Al James||Dolorean||4:26|
|5||Fools Gold Ring Al James||Dolorean||4:21|
|6||Sweet Boy Al James||Dolorean||3:19|
|7||Black Hills Gold Al James||Dolorean||4:00|
|8||If I Find Love Al James||Dolorean||3:51|
|9||These Slopes Gave Me Hope Al James||Dolorean||4:02|
|10||How Is It Kelly Blair Bauman / Nicholas Marshall||Dolorean||5:21|
CreditsJames Adair - Bass
Kelly Blair Bauman - Composer
Jay Clarke - Guitar, Organ, Piano
Dolorean - Primary Artist
Alan Douches - Mastering
Al James - Composer, Guitar, Vocals
Rob Jones - Layout
Tony Lash - Mixing
Nicholas Marshall - Composer
Mara Lee Miller - Duet
Jon Neufeld - Guitar
Ben Nugent - Drums, Percussion, Vocal Arrangement, Vocals
Kate O'Brien-Clarke - Violin, Vocals
Rob Oberdorfer - Engineer
Alec Soth - Photography
Justine Synder - Vocals