MP3 Temple - MonsterTruck in China II
Komplettes MP3 Album von Temple
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Kurz-Beschreibung von CDbaby: Tom Waits meets Tool in this haunting sequel to the hypnotic debut. More aural excorcism from the Dirty Dialectician.
Käufer, die sich für (Radiohead Faith No More Pink Floyd) interessieren sollten sich dieses Album anhören.
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Back by popular hysteria, Temple returns from solitary confinement in China and drops 12 more impossibly virile originals. Featuring "Quiver Full of Souls" (a venemous meditation on September 11th) also, the greatest sex-n-drivin song since Radar Love--"Double Double Ugly Traction Sin" and lastly, the sublime and terrifying "The End of Memory." Robust and obscene as the original, but crunchier and with more electric guitar-based songs.
Sounds Like: Tom Waits pureed and poured into the body of Jeff Buckley
For People Who Like: Faith No More, Tool, Tom Waits, and Nietzsche
For People Who Despise: All that is flaccid and gutless; nicey-nice-boy pop like John Mayer, Jack Johnson and other porcelain-skulled castrati.
The One-Man, One-Ruckus Method:
When you first hear the album, you’ll assume that Temple is a band. In fact, Temple is a one-man show. MTIC I has 12 tracks, written, performed, recorded and produced by Temple alone. The songs you hear are performed solo and recorded live, without pre-programming, pre-recording, or overdubbing. Temple uses 2 Line 6 DL4’s and the Line 6 POD along with guitars and harmonicas to create his songs. All sounds are made with these tools only. This is in radical contrast to Beck’s cut and paste, rob and rape vulture’s collage and Britney Spears’ karaoke-aerobic zeitgeist. Temple believes that: "To record only what can be performed is to capture most intimately the immediacy of music in its time and place and to strive for the highest technical and artistic ideals. All else is memory and dismemberment."
Listen again...but truly, it must be seen to be disbelieved.
!Buy now and be the first to renounce Temple when he sells out and becomes mainstream!