Fallen Empires

Fallen Empires


Mercury
~Snow Patrol
Vinyl

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Official Release Date Jan 10, 2012
Artist Snow Patrol
Genre Pop
Version  US
PAX-Code PAX0005262180
Item Code  0602527826561

track listing

Disc 1:
1. I'll Never Let Go
2. Called Out in the Dark
3. The Weight of Love
4. This Isn't Everything You Are
5. The Garden Rules
6. Fallen Empires
7. Berlin

Disc 2:
1. Life-Ning
2. New York
3. In the End
4. Those Distant Bells
5. The Symphony
6. The President
7. Broken Bottles From a Star [prelude]

description

Vinyl LP pressing. 2012 release, the sixth studio album from the Irish Alt-Rock band. Over several months, the five piece began a musical road trip around California. They recorded tracks at Eagles Watch, a topsy turvy house in Santa Monica with widescreen windows and panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean. Backing vocals were drawn from the LA Inner City Mass Gospel Choir in Compton, south central LA. Later, tracks were mixed at the studio owned by longterm collaborator, Garret "Jacknife" Lee--a hacienda tucked away in Topanga Canyon, the onetime hippy commune and former home to Neil Young and Woody Guthrie. Along the way, R.E.M.'s Michael Stipe, US singer Lissie and Queens Of The Stone Age guitarist, Troy Van Leeuwen all popped by to lend a guitar part here, a lyric idea there. Meanwhile, Snow Patrol's new adventures seeped into every note on Fallen Empires. The result is an album that promises to redefine the band as an altogether more ambitious, more expansive, creative force.

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