» » La Dispute - Wildlife

La Dispute - Wildlife album mp3

FLAC MP3 WMA
La Dispute - Wildlife album mp3
Alternative/Indie Rock,Post-Hardcore,Alternative Pop/Rock
  • Performer:
    La Dispute
  • Title:
    Wildlife
  • Genre:
  • Style:
    Alternative/Indie Rock,Post-Hardcore,Alternative Pop/Rock
  • Date of release:
    October 4, 2011
  • Duration:
    57:41
  • Recording location:
    Drasik Studios, Chicago, IL
  • Size FLAC version
    1523 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1563 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1781 megabytes
  • Rating:
    4.8
  • Votes:
    495
  • Formats:
    FLAC AIFF VOX APE MP2 DMF

Wildlife is the second studio album by American post-hardcore band La Dispute, released October 4, 2011, on independent label No Sleep Records. Recording sessions for the album took place primarily at StadiumRed in New York in April 2011. The band members took control of all of the production duties alongside the album’s recording engineers, Andrew Everding and Joseph Pedulla. Wildlife was their last release on No Sleep Records before forming their own record label, Better Living.

La Dispute wrote and recorded Wildlife in pieces to accommodate their intense tour schedule. The album was recorded at two different studios with recording engineers Andrew Everding and Joe Pedulla. They started with the instrumentation of six tracks at Drasik Studios in Chicago; this recording process took place over two weeks. The songwriting featured on the album is distinct from La Dispute's previous releases. La Dispute recorded the remainder of the album in a month in StadiumRed in New York City in April 2011. Joe Pedulla stated that he wanted to give the album a more raw.

Wildlife (La Dispute album) has been listed as one of the Music good articles under the good article criteria. Early in the first section is this sentence: "The band decided to use lyrical elements that they had intended to use in the first album but that did not fully materialize. does not actually support it.

Wildlife is the second studio album by American post-hardcore band La Dispute, released October 4, 2011, on No Sleep Records. The band members of La Dispute took control of all of the production duties alongside the album's recording engineers Andrew Everding and Joseph Pedulla.

Producer – La Dispute. Producer, Engineer – Andrew Everding. Producer, Engineer, Mixed By – Joseph Pedulla. Wildlife ‎(CD, Album).

About Wildlife album. Album Wildlife (2011). Label No Sleep Records.

Credits

La Dispute - Primary Artist, Producer
Jordan Dreyer - Group Member, Vocals
Andrew Everding - Engineer, Producer
Ricardo Guitierrez - Mastering Engineer
Brad Vander Lugt - Additional Music, Bells, Chimes, Clapping, Drums, Fender Rhodes, Field Recording, Foot Stomping, Group Member, Guiro, Keyboards, Piano, Shaker, Stomping, Tambourine, Triangle
Keith Parry - Assistant Engineer
Joseph Pedulla - Engineer, Mixing Engineer, Producer
Chad Sterenberg - Bells, Cassette Recorder, Foot Stomping, Glockenspiel, Group Member, Guitars, Synthesizer, Trumpet, Vocals
David Summers - Photography
Adam Vass - Artwork, Bass, Group Member, Guitar, Guitar (Baritone), Layout, Vocals
Kevin Whittemore - Group Member, Guitars

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 A Departure La Dispute 3:32
2 Harder Harmonies La Dispute 3:35
3 St. Paul Missionary Baptist Church Blues La Dispute 3:46
4 Edit Your Hometown La Dispute 2:55
5 A Letter La Dispute 3:49
6 Safer in the Forest/Love Song for Poor Michigan La Dispute 4:36
7 The Most Beautiful Bitter Fruit La Dispute 3:55
8 A Poem La Dispute 2:59
9 King Park La Dispute 6:54
10 Edward Benz, 27 Times La Dispute 5:44
11 I See Everything La Dispute 3:37
12 A Broken Jar La Dispute 2:19
13 All Our Bruised Bodies and the Whole Heart Shrinks La Dispute 5:04
14 You and I in Unison La Dispute 4:56

Buzalas
At nearly an hour, this album's length is it's biggest weakness. Even though a lot of the lyrics are good and the music drives the emotional themes home perfectly in a lot of places, it's hard to sit through the whole thing without becoming exhausted by the nearly-relentless shouting and hardcore assault. Still, the lyrics ARE pretty damn good, and the music really does drive the emotional themes home in a lot of places, with songs like 'King Park' and 'Edward Benz' utilizing both of these aspects so perfectly that the whole thing is pretty much worth it.