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Beulah - Yoko álbum

  • Artista: Beulah
  • Título: Yoko
  • Género: Rock
  • País: France
  • Fuente de los registros: 2 × CD, Album, Limited Edition
  • Liberado: 2003
  • Estilo: Indie Rock
  • Etiqueta: Fargo Records
  • Catálogo#: FA 20414
  • MP3 álbum: 1702 mb
  • FLAC álbum: 2440 mb
  • Clasificación: 4.1/5
  • Votos: 129
Beulah - Yoko álbum

Lista de canciones

1You´re Only King Once3:10
2My Side Of The City3:29
3Landslide Baby4:58
4Don´t Forget To Breathe3:56
5Your Mother Loves The Sun3:05
6Me And Jesus Don´t Talk Anymore4:51
7Hovering5:01
8Wipe Those Prints And Run7:35
9A Man Like Me4:29
10Yoko Acoustic Demos
11Fooled With The Wrong Guy4:23


Versiones

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
943-010-2Beulah Yoko ‎(CD, Album)Velocette Records943-010-2US2003
noneBeulah Yoko ‎(CDr, Album, Promo)Velocette RecordsnoneUS2003
FA20414Beulah Yoko ‎(CD, Album)Fargo RecordsFA20414France2004
FA 20414Beulah Yoko ‎(CD, Album, Promo)Fargo RecordsFA 20414France2003


Créditos

  • ProducerMiles Kurosky, Roger Moutenot
  • Written-ByMiles Kurosky (tracks: 1 to 4, 6 to 10), Pat Noel (tracks: 5, 7, 9)


Códigos de barras

  • Barcode: 3448969250123


Vídeo


Álbum

Yoko is Beulah's final album, released on Velocette Records in 2003. Before its release in September, the album appeared on the internet on July 4, 2003, due to an advance copy being leaked. This EP was limited to 200 copies and was called Rarities, Demos & Besides. There are a few things to be said about Beulah's fourth album, Yoko. First, it's not entirely wrong to wonder if the title itself represents the obvious - that famous lady who's associated with things breaking up. Or it could very well be an acronym taken from the string-laced gem You're Only King Once, but thoughts of heartbreaks and personal conclusions make Yoko breathe new life for Beulah. Some dealt with divorce during its recording and each member came to terms with accepting an adult way of life. Yoko is a music album by Beulah released in 2003. Yoko is ranked 13,609th in the overall chart, 2,887th in the 2000s, and 307th in the year 2003. This album is rated in the top 25 of all albums on . Beulah - Yoko FRANCE CD Sealed NEW Indie Rock 25-1 Condition: Brand New. Time left: 2d 21h 29m 52s Ships to: Worldwide. Yoko by Beulah Cd Condition: Like New. Time left: 7d 4h 51m 42s Ships to: Worldwide. Yoko Beulah Audio CD Used - Good Condition: Good. Or consider a donation More Albums. View All. When Your Heartstrings Break. The Coast Is Never Clear. Handsome Western States. Released September 9, 2003. Doja Cat Breaks Down Mooo India Love Takes The Beyoncé Quiz. Allie X Breaks Down Paper Love. Luh Kel Breaks Down The Meaning Of BRB. The Lasting Impact Of Soulja Boy. Yoko was Beulahs last full album. read more . About Yoko. About Yoko 1 contributor. Listen free to Beulah Yoko A Man Like Me, Landslide Baby and more. 10 tracks 44:57. Yoko, 2003. A Man Like Me, 04:29. Landslide Baby, 04:58. You're Only King Once, 03:10. My Side of the City, 03:27. Hovering, 05:01. Me and Jesus Don't Talk Anymore, 04:51. Lyrically, Yoko is permeated with cynicism, a telltale sign of mortality. Emotionally, currents of romantic melancholy and cynical disenchantment run throughout. Lead singer Miles Kurosky yearns and languishes, implores and informs. Standing alone at the gate She's late She's miles above, from Hovering, and similar revelations, pepper the album with a pleading despondency- but one that's executed without any sense of spontaneity. It's one of several moments where Beulah actually mope. Some songs, however, run the gauntlet and emerge with more character and confidence. Also released after the initial release of Yoko was a new version only sold on the Yoko tour and at independent record stores called Demo. Yoko - so named, according to singer Miles Kurosky, because the word peals change, progress and risk - is the Californian sextet's fourth album and, musically at least, their darkest yet. Where Kurosky's fiercely sardonic lyrics were once couched in soaring trumpet lines and glorious powerpop hooks, now they bristle against grumbling electronics, sliding discordant chords and drunken, hazy horns: it's like a softer, less visceral version of Wilco's Yankee Hotel Foxtrot



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