The Hives - Lex Hives download album
Lex Hives is the fifth full-length album by Swedish rock band The Hives. The album was released on 1 June 2012 in Sweden, and internationally from 4 June 2012. Lex Hives was self-produced by The Hives and mixed by Grammy Award winner Andrew Scheps (Red Hot Chili Peppers, Adele), with two additional tracks mixed by D. Sardy (Marilyn Manson, Slayer) and Joe Zook (Weezer, Modest Mouse). The deluxe version features bonus tracks (digital download only) produced by Queens of the Stone Age frontman Josh Homme.
The Hives – Lex Hives. Label: Sony Music Japan International Inc. – SICP-3538. Engineer – Dagge Lundquist, Henrik Alsér, Johan Gustavsson, Justin Smith, Kalle Gustavsson, Karl Larsson, Michael Ilbert, The Hives. Engineer – Linn Fijal, The Hives. Management – Cyndy Villano, Danny Goldberg. Management – Brian Ahern (2), Rob Marxus, Robby Fraser, Sam Kirby, Tobbe Lorentz.
referencing Lex Hives, CD, Album, THV2-531004. Let me begin by agreeing with others that the Hives don't break any new ground here. From the moment the first track, "Come On!" begins, with Howlin' Pelle Almqvist shouting it many times, you can tell this is the same fast-paced, fun-loving Hives as always. The album has a generally faster pace than The Black & White Album, with a tempo variety similar to that seen on Veni Vidi Vicious.
Tyrannosaurus Hives by The Hives. View all albums . Lex Hives. By: The Hives (2012, Rock). More albums from The Hives: The Black And White Album by The Hives. Veni Vidi Vicious by The Hives. Barely Legal by The Hives. Tyrannosaurus Hives by The Hives. About.
Five years is a long wait between albums for almost any artist, but especially for a band like the Hives, who seemed to have such a tight grasp on who they are and what they do that they could practically churn out cartoonishly catchy garage punk in their sleep.
Instead, we get Lex Hives. Just a few tracks into their fifth long-player, it's clear that they don't achieve the same level of cohesion. Yes, they make the logical first step with "Come On!", a hyper-repetitive, fast, short pump-up album opener, featuring a canned clip of a cheering crowd. And the bigger issue than the directionless nature of the album is the way-too-clean production. Of course it's wonderful that the Hives can make a record that's clear-eyed and hi-fi, but sometimes it glistens to a fault. Patrolling Days" leads with an aggressive punk riff, and right near the top of the song, Almqvist lets out a "woo woo!"
Style: Alternative Rock. Format: MP3 320Kbps, FLAC. Previously on NewAlbumReleases
|2||Go Right Ahead|
|4||I Want More|
|5||Wait A Minute|
|7||Take Back The Toys|
|8||Without The Money|
|9||These Spectacles Reveal The Nostalgics|
|10||My Time Is Coming|
|11||If I Had A Cent|
Notes12 pages booklet
Replica of Lex Hives
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 6 02537 01599 3
- Matrix / Runout: 06025 370 159-9 01 • 52937300
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI LV26
|SICP-3538||The Hives||Lex Hives (CD, Album)||Sony Music Japan International Inc.||SICP-3538||Japan||2012|
|8869 763009-2||The Hives||Lex Hives (CD, Album)||Sony Music, Columbia||8869 763009-2||Argentina||2012|
|0253701599||The Hives||Lex Hives (CD, Album)||Universal Music AB||0253701599||Canada||2012|
|060253701599||The Hives||Lex Hives (CD, Album)||No Fun AB, Universal Music||060253701599||Europe||2012|
|THV1-531004||The Hives||Lex Hives (LP, Album, 180)||No Fun AB||THV1-531004||US||2012|