Welcome Oblivion

Welcome Oblivion


Sbme/Columbia ( COL )
~How to Destroy Angels
Vinyl

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Sbme/Columbia ( COL )
Version
Vinyl

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Official Release Date Mar 19, 2013
Artist How to Destroy Angels
Genre Pop
Version  US
PAX-Code PAX0004985148
Item Code  0887654754615

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track listing

1. The Wake-Up2. Keep It Together3. And the Sky Began to Scream4. Ice Age5. Welcome Oblivion6. On the Wing7. Too Late, All Gone8. The Province of Fear9. How Long?10. Strings and Attractors11. Recursive Self-Improvement12. Unintended Consequences13. We Fade Away14. The Loop Closes15. Hallowed Ground16. The Wake-Up17. Keep It Together18. And the Sky Began to Scream19. Ice Age20. Welcome Oblivion21. On the Wing22. Too Late, All Gone23. The Province of Fear24. How Long?25. Strings and Attractors26. Recursive Self-Improvement27. Unintended Consequences28. We Fade Away29. The Loop Closes30. Hallowed Ground

description

The songs on Welcome Oblivion are a little more subdued and atmospheric than the heavier industrial sound NIN is known for, with Maandig's voice softer and more ethereal than Reznor's typically aggressive vocals (which occasionally show up in the background). The sound is closest to the work Reznor did with Ross on the instrumental NIN album Ghosts I-IV and the soundtrack to The Social Network. Sometimes that means it's a little too diffuse and unfocused, and there's nothing here as immediately memorable as NIN's classic singles. But there are still plenty of well-crafted songs, including catchy lead single How Long? and the brittle, spooky Ice Age. This is a side project worth keeping around once Reznor heads back to his day job.

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SN: 224 | 1007 { 58 } | | WS: 1 | | Cat: 2093