- Style:Alternative/Indie Rock,Emo,Punk-Pop,Indie Rock
- Date of release:September 20, 2005
- Recording date:May 18, 2005 - June 21, 2005
- Recording location:Treesound Studios, Atlanta, GA
- Size FLAC version1491 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1919 megabytes
- Size WMA version1737 megabytes
- Formats:DMF AAC RA MP2 TTA AU
Download free popular format: mp3, wma, flac, hd, ape and other 15 Jun 2014. Release Date: 2013 Tracklist. The album is full of tight vocal harmonies, fun guitar jams, catchy choruses, and littered with. Collider is the best album to come from Cartel since Chroma, and could potentially be seen a. .
Музыкальный стильEmo. Владельцы этого альбома1. 1. Say Antything (Else).
Label The Militia Group. Cartel "Chroma" (2005) album. Say Anything (Else) Lyrics.
Chroma was American Pop-punk group Cartel’s first studio album, released under The Militia Group. Chroma was recorded after former bassist Ryan Roberts left the band, and was replaced by Jeff Lett. According to the band members in a Q&A session, Matter of Time was supposed to be Number 8, right before The Minstrel’s Prayer. After Matter Of Time became a massive hit, the label told Cartel to move it up, and that’s how it ended up fourth on the tracklist.
The album opens powerfully, with two pitch-perfect exercises in hooks-wise guitar rock, the bombastic but tight "Say Anything (Else)," and "Honestly. When things start getting a bit soft it's less a problem with the music than it is a problem with the lyrics: "Save Us" is nothing but a pile of clichés and meaningless phrases ("Now it's all gone but what it takes to make it real/We're standing on the edge of this"), and there's.
Chroma is the debut studio album by the American rock band Cartel. Formed in mid-2003, they self-released an EP the following year. Shortly afterwards founding guitarist Andy Lee left the band and was replaced by Nic Hudson. The album sold 3,000 copies in its first week and charted at number 140 on the Billboard 200 chart.
Chroma (album), an album by Cartel. Chroma (ballet), a ballet by Wayne McGregor. Chroma: A Queer Literary Journal, a UK-based journal. Chroma, a short story collection by Frederick Barthelme. Chroma, a book by Derek Jarman. Chroma, a fictional city in the video game "De Blob". Chroma, a fictional supernatural force in the video game Fahrenheit. Chroma, a profession in the video game Phantom Brave.
CreditsKerren Berz - Arranger, Conductor, Violin
Chris Black - Management
Cartel - Art Direction, Composer, Primary Artist, Producer
Nic Hudson - Guitar
Randall Jenkins - Art Direction, Design, Layout Design, Photography
Gavin Lurssen - Mastering
Kenneth Mount - Arranger, Engineer, Mixing, Producer, Programming
Zack Odom - Engineer, Mixing, Producer, Strings
Joseph Pepper - Guitar
Will Pugh - Composer, Guitar, Piano, Programming, Vocals
Ryan Roberts - Bass
Kevin Sanders - Drums
|1||Say Anything (Else) Cartel / Will Pugh||Cartel||3:49|
|2||Honestly Cartel / Will Pugh||Cartel||3:28|
|3||Runaway Cartel / Will Pugh||Cartel||2:49|
|4||Matter of Time Cartel / Will Pugh||Cartel||3:22|
|5||Burn This City Cartel / Will Pugh||Cartel||4:20|
|6||Save Us Cartel / Will Pugh||Cartel||4:16|
|7||Luckie St. Cartel / Will Pugh||Cartel||3:31|
|8||Settle Down Cartel / Will Pugh||Cartel||3:02|
|9||If I Fail Cartel / Will Pugh||Cartel||3:39|
|10||The Minstrel's Prayer Cartel / Will Pugh||Cartel||4:38|
|11||Q Cartel / Will Pugh||Cartel||2:34|
|12||A Cartel / Will Pugh||Cartel||9:45|