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Anti-Flag - The Bright Lights Of America mp3

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Interprète: Anti-Flag
Titre: The Bright Lights Of America
Pays: Japan
Publié sur: 23 Apr 2008
Style: Alternative Rock, Punk
Catégorie: Rock
Classement: 4.1
Catalogue #: BVCP-21606
Label: RCA, BMG

Tracklist

1The Ink And The Quill
Voice [Contains Porition Of A Speech By] – Jeremy Scahill
4:34
2Shadow Of The Dead3:51
3Good And Ready3:59
4The Smartest Bomb3:48
5Go West4:19
6If You Wanna Steal4:04
7Vices4:59
8The Modern Rome Burning
Voice [Contains A Portion Of A Speech By] – Mumia Abu-Jamal
4:19
9We Are The Lost4:17
10The Bright Lights Of America3:32
11Tar And Sagebrush
Lyrics By [Lyrical Adaptation From Love, Anarchy & Emma Goldman By] – Candace Falk
3:12
12I'm So Sick Of You
Mastered By – Mass GiorginiRecorded By, Mixed By – Anti-Flag
0:59
13Spit In The Face4:09
14No Warning3:00


Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
88697 21788 2Anti-Flag The Bright Lights Of America ‎(CD, Album)RCA88697 21788 2Europe2008
BVCP-21606Anti-Flag The Bright Lights Of America ‎(CD, Album, Promo)RCA, BMGBVCP-21606Japan2008
88697-25142-2Anti-Flag The Bright Lights Of America ‎(CD, Album)RCA88697-25142-2Canada2008
AF0052Anti-Flag The Bright Lights Of America ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, Bla + LP, S/Sided, Album, Etch)A-F RecordsAF0052US2008
HOFF045CDAnti-Flag The Bright Lights Of America ‎(CD, Album)Hassle Records, RCAHOFF045CDUK2008


Crédits

  • A&RMatt Marshall
  • Artwork, DesignRob Larson
  • Backing Vocals, PianoKristeen Young
  • Bass, VocalsChris #2
  • CelloBenjamin Karp, Patrick Binford
  • DrumsPat Thetic
  • Engineer [Assistant Mastering]Joe LaPorta (tracks: 1 to 13)
  • Engineer [Assistant]Tim Price
  • Guitar, VocalsChris Head, Justin Sane
  • Mastered ByEmily Lazar (tracks: 1 to 13)
  • Percussion [Additional]Anti-Flag, Mario J. McNulty, Tony Visconti
  • Producer, Mixed ByTony Visconti (tracks: 1 to 13)
  • Recorded ByMario J. McNulty (tracks: 1 to 13)
  • Songwriter [Songs Written By]Anti-Flag
  • Tenor SaxophoneBrad Grabell
  • Trumpet, CornetSam Flowers


Notes

Japanese release with bonus track

Recorded and Mixed at Saint Claire Studio in Lexington, KY
Mastered at The Lodge, NYC
I'm So Sick Of You recorded and mixed in Pittsburgh, PA and mastered as Sonic Iguana Studios in Lafayette, IN
Rain and train whistle recorded on 9/25/07 in Masterson Station, Kentucky, along Route 1977

Tar And Sagebrush contains a lyrical adaptation from Love, Anarchy & Emma Goldman © 1984, by permission of Georges Borchardt, Inc., on behalf of the author, published by Rutgers University Press
The Modern Rome Burning contains a portion of an interview with Mumia Abu-Jamal used courtesy of Prison Radio ©2007
The Ink And The Quill contains portions of a speech by Jeremy Scahill from the 2007 Socialism Conference ©2007, by permission of the Roam Agency, on behalf of the author and the Center For Economic Research and Social Change

All songs published by Rust Belt Industries

The booklet extends the titles of track 5 to "If You Wanna Steal (You Better Learn How To Lie)" and track 12 to "The Ink And The Quill (Be Afraid)".

℗ & © 2008 RCA Records
Manufactured by BMG Japan, Inc.


Codes-barres

  • Barcode: 4 988017 658833
  • ASIN: B0014W8TNI
  • Matrix / Runout: BVCP-21606 1
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L278
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 45L4


Entreprises

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – RCA Records
  • Copyright (c) – RCA Records
  • Manufactured By – BMG Japan, Inc.
  • Record Company – BMG Japan, Inc.
  • Recorded At – Saint Claire Studio
  • Mixed At – Saint Claire Studio
  • Mastered At – The Lodge, New York
  • Mastered At – Sonic Iguana Studios
  • Published By – Rust Belt Industries


Video


Album

The Bright Lights of America is the seventh studio album released by Anti-Flag on April 1, 2008. Much of the album was released on the band's MySpace with twelve of the thirteen tracks on March 24, 2008. This album was different from the previous one it was the first to feature a string section and child choirs. The first song released from the album was Good 'N' Ready, featured on Fat Wreck Chords Hanuk-Comp From the Dreidel to the Grave compilation. FROM THE VAULTS: Official music video for The Bright Lights Of America, from Anti-Flag's album of the same name, released in 2008 on Hassle in album Anti-Flag - The Bright Lights Of America 2008. Anti-Flag - Good And Ready. Anti-Flag - The Bright Lights Of America. Anti-Flag - Vices. Anti-Flag - The Modern Rome Burning. Anti-Flag - If You Wanna Steal You Better Learn How To Lie. Album 2008 13 Songs. Hard Rock . Released April 1, 2008. The Bright Lights of America Tracklist. Good and Ready Lyrics. The Bright Lights of America Lyrics. Vices Lyrics. Anti-Flag is an American punk rock band from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States. The band is well known for its politically charged lyrics and activism, focusing on human rights and vaAnti-Flag is an American punk rock band from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States. The band is well known for its politically charged lyrics and activism, focusing on human rights and va read more. The band is well known for its politically charged lyrics and activism, focusing on human rights and various left-wing causes. The line-up includes s read more. Anti-Flag : The Bright Lights of America,альбом, рецезия, трек-лист, mp3, тексты песен. was produced by Tony Visconti. Even if Anti-Flags hearts are in the right place, Bright Lights of America is too vague to be impactful. Read full review. With Anti-Flag's eighth studio album, there are no surprises that The Bright Lights of America is about everything that sucks with America, yet again. Also, it will mark their second album on RCA records, who are one of the biggest record companies in the industry. Anti-Flag can easily be fixed if they decide to finally write about a topic other than how the country they live in sucks like it isnt heard enough from everyone else in the world. The Bright Lights of American could have been more palatable given shorter song lengths with greater variation. Anti-Flag have been explicitly political punks from their earliest days, so the political themes of their eighth album, The Bright Lights of America, are entirely to be expected. What's different about this effort is not its topicality but its ambition and artistic reach: in some ways, it's the Pittsburgh band's equivalent to Green Day's American Idiot