- Performer:Breaker! Breaker!
- Title:Where All the Birds Yell
- Style:Alternative/Indie Rock,Indie Pop,Alternative Pop/Rock,New Wave/Post-Punk Revival
- Date of release:2004
- Recording date:October, 2003
- Size FLAC version1754 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1725 megabytes
- Size WMA version1476 megabytes
- Formats:VOX MP1 APE AHX AAC DMF
Fun Brash Quirky Aggressive. Breaker! Breaker! Where All the Birds Yell.
The single "Do Right, Do Wrong" off Breaker! Breaker!'s debut, Where All The Birds Yell, pretty much sums up all the ambitions and aspirations of the New York trio. Though nothing to knock the socks off your feet, it does manage to provide a good hook or two, and even a somewhat danceable beat. If the band gets lucky, critics will widely censure the album for the ear-sore it is, and they might then get some exposure. Or, as is likely to happen, the album will simply be tossed aside, and cast from memories - and rightfully so. 1. Way Up, Way Up 2. Twilight Dependencies 3. Do Right, Do Wrong 4. Diversify 5. I Said What You Said 6. Little Missiles 7. Magenta 8. Trains on Broadway 9. Video War 10.
They had this one album I really liked, WHERE BIRDS YELL, then I dunno I was waiting for an EP which I thought never came out because I never heard from them again. I had that burnt disc forever and I dunno where my digital copies are if they still exist but looks like at some point somebody from the band put up their disography on bandcamp. Come on, it's like an old acquantaince I had fun with I haven't seen in over a decade. I guess it depends if you enjoy some kind of crunchy distortion of like which I do.
Danny's father, John lost his battle to cancer last night. John was one of our biggest fans and attended almost every show since Danny became a part of our band. We all learned a lot from John and we will truly miss him. Please send your thoughts and prayers to the Cornwell family as they try to get through this difficult holiday season. Two years ago on this day we released our first legitimate EP - Desolate Earth. We decided that since we're no longer a band that we would give you all a FREE copy via digital download. com/?eewx1dpswvcqkho We've also marked down all of our remaining merch so that you all could have the chance to own a piece of history of this band. bigcartel hat has ever supported us along the way.
Where All the Birds Yell released: Out Of Service released: The Chance released: Where All the Birds Yell. Way Up, Way Up. Twilight Dependencies.
Breaker is the third studio album released by German heavy metal band Accept. It was once again recorded at Delta-Studio in Wilster with Dirk Steffens producing, and was the first Accept album engineered by Michael Wagener. Bassist Peter Baltes sings lead vocal on "Breaking Up Again," and the bridge vocal on "Midnight Highway. After the unsuccessful attempt at commercialism on I'm a Rebel, Accept decided not to allow any more outside people to influence the band
Accept - Breaker (1981).
Released by In The Red Nov 2003. "source":4,"source id":"465263","object type":4,"id":"465263","title":"The Fuse!","status":0}. The Fuse! other song details. Breaker Breaker song from the album Fisherman's Wife is released on Nov 2003. The duration of song is 01:56. This song is sung by The Fuse!.
CreditsBreaker! Breaker! - Primary Artist
Chris Coady - Engineer, Mixing
Chris Moore - Mastering
|1||Way Up, Way Up||Breaker! Breaker!||2:43|
|2||Twilight Dependencies||Breaker! Breaker!||1:50|
|3||Do Right, Do Wrong||Breaker! Breaker!||2:57|
|5||I Said What You Said||Breaker! Breaker!||2:29|
|6||Little Missiles||Breaker! Breaker!||3:17|
|8||Trains on Broadway||Breaker! Breaker!||2:35|
|9||Video War||Breaker! Breaker!||1:13|
|10||Uptown Interlude||Breaker! Breaker!||1:38|