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Beach Slang. - Who Would Ever Want Anything So Broken? album download

Performer:

Beach Slang.

Title:

Who Would Ever Want Anything So Broken?

Genre:

Rock

MP3 album size:

1770 mb

Other music formats:

WAV MP3 TTA AU AUD MIDI MP1

Rating:

4.1 ✱

Style:

Punk

Country:

US

Date of release:

2015

Beach Slang. - Who Would Ever Want Anything So Broken? album download

Tracklist

A1 Filthy Luck 2:24
A2 Kids 2:30
B1 Get Lost 2:58
B2 Punk Or Lust 3:04

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Gradwell House
  • Mixed At – Gradwell House
  • Mastered At – Armstrong Recording
  • Lacquer Cut At – Lucky Lacquers

Credits

  • Mastered By – Stephen Egerton
  • Recorded By, Mixed By – Dave Downham

Notes

Third press of 200 copies on pink vinyl out of 1000 copies total.
Comes in fold-over sleeve with insert and download coupon.

Recorded & mixed in August 2013 at Gradwell House
Mastered at Armstrong Studios

©ASCAP 2014

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Etched runout side A): DBR- 119 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Stamped runout side A): Lucky
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched runout side B): DBR-119B LUCKY
  • Rights Society: ASCAP

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
DBR-119 Beach Slang Who Would Ever Want Anything So Broken? ‎(7", EP, Gre) Dead Broke Rekerds DBR-119 US 2014
DBR-119 Beach Slang Who Would Ever Want Anything So Broken? ‎(7", EP, RP, Blu) Dead Broke Rekerds DBR-119 US 2014
DBR-119 Beach Slang Who Would Ever Want Anything So Broken? ‎(7", EP, RP, Cle) Dead Broke Rekerds DBR-119 US 2015
DBR-119 Beach Slang Who Would Ever Want Anything So Broken? ‎(7", EP, RP, Whi) Dead Broke Rekerds DBR-119 US 2014
DBR-119 Beach Slang Who Would Ever Want Anything So Broken? ‎(7", EP, RE) Dead Broke Rekerds DBR-119 US 2014



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Beach Slang - Who Would Ever Want Anything So Broken? (7", EP, RP, Whi). Selo:Dead Broke Rekerds Cat. nº: DBR-119. Selo:Run For Cover Records (2) Cat. nº: RFC:061. Condição da mídia: Mídia: Mint (M) Condição da Capa: Capa: Mint (M).

Beach Slang: Guitar, bass and drums. Find upcoming Beach Slang concerts in New York City. Get venue info, tickets and more. The band’s very fine four song debut EP, Who Would Ever Want Anything So Broken?, is out now on Dead Broke Rekerds. I think you'll like it. File Under: "Guitar, bass and drums. RIYL: "Played loudly.

There are only two appropriate responses to Beach Slang’s debut album, The Things We Do to Find People Who Feel Like Us: rolling your eyes, or bawling them dry. No rock album in 2015 is less afraid to be exactly what it is - ten anthems of last-chance power-punk, broad and sincere enough to make Japandroids seem subtle and uncommitted by comparison. Part of what separates Feel Like Us from the work of other Westerberg High alums - and even from Beach Slang’s earlier EPs, 2014’s Cheap Thrills on a Dead End Street and Who Would Ever Want Anything So Broken? - is the maximalized production, now co-helmed by Alex and engineer Dave Downham.

Beach Slang - Who Would Ever Want Anything So Broken? Download. Beach Slang - Cheap Thrills On A Dead End Street Download Albums: 15. Ex Hex - Rips Download 14. Dads - I'll Be The Tornado Download. Could you please talk about your involvement in the DIY punk community, how you got involved and how it affects your lives? The first show I ever went to was The Ramones at this hall in the Lehigh Valley of Pennsylvania. I was a kid, like pre-teen. I walked in there and it was like fucking outer space.

Joe Vivo Beach Slang just keeps putting out quality music. Have to admit I haven't heard of two of these songs before but I really like them all. Solid work from a band I really admire. Who Would Ever Want Anything So Broken? May 2014. Love My Way (The Psychedelic Furs).

Beach Slang are a band who have garnered a lot of attention considering that they've only released two 7"s: 2014's Cheap Thrills On A Dead End Street and its companion Who Would Ever Want Something So Broken? Refreshingly this Philadelphia based act have built their hype the old­ fashioned way, without any gimmicks or marketing teams, which makes sense when you consider that frontman and writer James Alex cut his teeth in the Pennsylvania pop­-punk act Weston while drummer JP Flexner and bassist Ed McNulty also play in buzzed about projects such as ExÂFriends and Crybaby. Who Would Ever Want Anything So Broken?.

Beach Slang formed in 2013. In 2014, they released an extended play titled Who Would Ever Want Anything So Broken? via Dead Broke Records. They followed that release in October 2014 with their second extended play titled Cheap Thrills on a Dead End Street via Tiny Engines. In February 2015, Beach Slang released a split along with five other bands titled "Strength in Weakness" via Lame-O Records. Their debut full-length album, The Things We Do to Find People Who Feel Like Us, was released on October 30th, 2015. James Alex - vocals, guitar.

Beach Slang – Who Would Ever Want Anything So Broken? (2014). Beach Slang – The Things We Do to Find People Who Feel Like Us (2015). Beach Slang – Here, I Made This For You (Beach Slang Mixtape Vol. 1) (2015). Beach Slang – Broken Thrills (2015). Genre: Pop. Released: 2019.

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