Interpol – El Pintor (2014)

Interpol – El Pintor Album Download Leak (2014) FULL ALBUM

Who was Carlos D again? His absence is not second in the weight on the fifth album of the powerful indie rock Raven. Although it continues right there, where Mister D. and the other three Quartet before the power spread.   Do you remember? Barely a footnote to Interpol ON THE BRIGHT LIGHTS was published at times of her 2002 debut TURN, came out without a thick underlined reference to Joy Division. And two years later, when their sound on ANTICS became more compact, handy, her songwriting more towards pop-oriented (and was clear to all, feel their Existentialism really not on the existence of), had you re sure still amended: Interpol were clearly epigones. However pretty much the best epigones, all the post post called, which everywhere then shot such as potato puffballs out of the ground.  Today it has while Joy Division don't forget - how could you? -, but Paul banks' have long since become pastoral Ian Curtis memory vocals brand. And with the North of England gods of the Untröstlichkeit no longer perceive the stylistic connection (up to image and packaging). The perseverance of the New Yorker has paid off. And she command a respect. Because: It was quite probably ever easier in pop history to occupy a place and a sound so clearly for themselves, as in the last ten years.  A lot more can one but impress how it did Interpol through their time, ever new facets to sparkle in their German drinking songs round around their house altar in the semi-darkness. It is in the nature of things that you need to get the critics of the band not: people who like no strawberries, can rotate no yet so appetizing made "100 refined Strawberry variations" booklets.  So to the latest facets, although the most obvious feature of the fifth Interpol album is probably more than that: EL PINTOR is the made from guitar plate of guitar-in-powerful sound backdrop band Interpol, because along with Daniel Kessler's consistently Very much incisive riffs is characterised by a relentless, at times downright formulation trigger-happy, so eccentric ("same town, new story") lead guitar, as we know from television masterpiece, Marquee Moon. As she should be to assist Paul Banks, which once more rather vague and mysterious booming gloomy state of loneliness, distress and the loss of trust, weep over him, keep track of each dark feeling for a few winged notes.  In addition, EL PINTOR is a plate that you will welcome as "Return to old form" after the relatively experimental and somewhat half-baked predecessor INTERPOL (2010) General. Means: it works, and again right here also flare up determined, Interpol. Equal to the thrilling opener, the previously published "all the rage back home", the Raven chorus "Hey-hey-hey!" crows order yes no doubt of his determination. But even in the slower tempo and slightly more airy arrangements the passion-o-meter shows consistently on "dolle!". Should we really mention that on EL PINTOR guest musicians, among others by the secret machines and Bon Iver are heard? So, somewhere... There? However: For what? You are already just with whirled as soon as the wild ride begins. Does this "Interpol" maybe even a kind life of its own, regardless of who is there doing with? Or is it how else to explain the loss of Carlos D., at least twelve years a second weight dropping bassist and co-songwriter of this band, on EL PINTOR? Kinda scary.

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Tracklist:
01 – All The Rage Back Home
02 – My Desire
03 – Anywhere
04 – Same Town New Story
05 – My Blue Supreme
06 – Everything Is Wrong
07 – Breaker 1
08 – Ancient Ways
09 – Tidal Wave
10 – Twice As Hard
11 – Malfeasance (Bonus)
12 – Slow Hands (Live Bonus)

Who was Carlos D again? His absence is not second in the weight on the fifth album of the powerful indie rock Raven. Although it continues right there, where Mister D. and the other three Quartet before the power spread.
Do you remember? Barely a footnote to Interpol ON THE BRIGHT LIGHTS was published at times of her 2002 debut TURN, came out without a thick underlined reference to Joy Division. And two years later, when their sound on ANTICS became more compact, handy, her songwriting more towards pop-oriented (and was clear to all, feel their Existentialism really not on the existence of), had you re sure still amended: Interpol were clearly epigones. However pretty much the best epigones, all the post post called, which everywhere then shot such as potato puffballs out of the ground.

Today it has while Joy Division don’t forget – how could you? -, but Paul banks’ have long since become pastoral Ian Curtis memory vocals brand. And with the North of England gods of the Untröstlichkeit no longer perceive the stylistic connection (up to image and packaging). The perseverance of the New Yorker has paid off. And she command a respect. Because: It was quite probably ever easier in pop history to occupy a place and a sound so clearly for themselves, as in the last ten years.

A lot more can one but impress how it did Interpol through their time, ever new facets to sparkle in their German drinking songs round around their house altar in the semi-darkness. It is in the nature of things that you need to get the critics of the band not: people who like no strawberries, can rotate no yet so appetizing made “100 refined Strawberry variations” booklets.

So to the latest facets, although the most obvious feature of the fifth Interpol album is probably more than that: EL PINTOR is the made from guitar plate of guitar-in-powerful sound backdrop band Interpol, because along with Daniel Kessler’s consistently Very much incisive riffs is characterised by a relentless, at times downright formulation trigger-happy, so eccentric (“same town, new story”) lead guitar, as we know from television masterpiece, Marquee Moon. As she should be to assist Paul Banks, which once more rather vague and mysterious booming gloomy state of loneliness, distress and the loss of trust, weep over him, keep track of each dark feeling for a few winged notes.

In addition, EL PINTOR is a plate that you will welcome as “Return to old form” after the relatively experimental and somewhat half-baked predecessor INTERPOL (2010) General. Means: it works, and again right here also flare up determined, Interpol. Equal to the thrilling opener, the previously published “all the rage back home”, the Raven chorus “Hey-hey-hey!” crows order yes no doubt of his determination. But even in the slower tempo and slightly more airy arrangements the passion-o-meter shows consistently on “dolle!”. Should we really mention that on EL PINTOR guest musicians, among others by the secret machines and Bon Iver are heard? So, somewhere… There? However: For what? You are already just with whirled as soon as the wild ride begins. Does this “Interpol” maybe even a kind life of its own, regardless of who is there doing with? Or is it how else to explain the loss of Carlos D., at least twelve years a second weight dropping bassist and co-songwriter of this band, on EL PINTOR? Kinda scary.

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