The Silencers - A Letter from St. Paul mp3 downloadPerformer: The Silencers
Title: A Letter from St. Paul
Style: New Wave,Punk/New Wave
Size MP3 version: 1895 mb
Size FLAC version: 1805 mb
Size WMA version: 1836 mb
Format: APE MPC AA MP2 VOC ADX
Genre: Pop Rock
The Silencers - A Letter from St. Paul mp3 download
A Letter from St. Paul.
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A Letter From St. Paul albümünü ve albüme ait şarkıları bu sayfada görebilir ve dinleyebilirsiniz. Ayrıca The Silencers şarkıcısına ait diğer albümleri de görebilirsiniz. Paul is an amazing light and airy album, full of visions, splendid guitar chord changes, mature pop sensibilities, tantalizing background musical images, and full of lyrics that can more then hold your attention. The album draws its title from a song by the same name, and is without a doubt is one of the most clever haunting songs I have ever been privileged to hear. The song A Letter From St. Paul will strike you as an instrumental at first, but with an attuned ear, you will hear a dialog going on in the background regarding the sending of a letter. Long after people stop talking about Nirvana, and the effects of grunge, someone is going to pull out a Silencers’ record and wow friends with the sheer beauty of rock of this genre at it’s very best.
Printed in West Germany. On label B-side: Produced by Dave Bascombe with help from The Silencers except for I See Red produced by The Silencers, mixed by Mark Freegard and Bullets And Blue Eyes mixed by Mark Wallace/Mark Freegard. On inner sleeve: Produced by Dave Bascombe with help from the Silencers. Recording engineer Callum Malcolm. Mix engineer Mark Wallace except I See Red mixed by Mark Wallace/Mark Freegard. Paul 4:31 B4. Blue Desire 4:02 B5. Possessed 7:24. The Silencers – A Letter From St. Paul (1987).
Album · 1987 · 10 Songs. A Letter from St. Paul The Silencers. Listen on Apple Music. More By The Silencers. See All. A Night of Electric Silence. Rock & Roll Enforcers. Six of the nine songs on "A Letter From St. Paul" are in the key of b (the only exceptions being "I Can't Cry", "Bullets and Blue Eyes" (the one weak track on the CD), and "Possessed" (which, as the best and last song of the CD, caps off this magnificent recording so brilliantly with such an over-the-top song). And yet even with so many songs being in the same key, it doesn't produce any sort of "sameness" or become musically boring. It’s incredible to me that The Silencers’ fantastic debut album, A Letter To St. Paul, came out almost thirty years ago! Oy, I’m getting old! But my aging ears are able to enjoy this nice little slice of clean alternative pop just as much now as I did back in 1987.
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|1||Painted Moon||The Silencers|
|2||I Can't Cry||The Silencers|
|3||Bullets & Blue Eyes||The Silencers|
|4||God's Gift||The Silencers|
|5||I See Red Tim Finn||The Silencers|
|6||I Ought to Know||The Silencers|
|7||A Letter From St. Paul||The Silencers|
|8||Blue Desire||The Silencers|
CreditsDavid Bascombe - Producer
Tim Finn - Composer
Callum Malcolm - Engineer
The Silencers - Primary Artist, Producer