Clap Your Hands Say Yeah - Some Loud Thunder download album
Some Loud Thunder is the second album by Clap Your Hands Say Yeah, an indie rock band from Brooklyn. The album was produced by Dave Fridmann, known for his work with Mercury Rev and The Flaming Lips.
All this talking you'd think I'd have something to say but I'm just talking like a siren getting louder and farther away from the energetic kids in the park yes that was me breaking glass and pretending to start something big some new taste. Did you wander as my voice went from station to station to state? Some loud thunder sometimes there's no telling if we're ok there are buildings up for sale on the other side of town which are falling down for people to stand in their place; to try to make something great
Some Loud Thunder by Clap Your Hands Say Yeah, released 07 January 2007 1. Some Loud Thunder 2. Emily Jean Stock 3. Mama, Won't You Keep Them Castles In The Air And Burning 4. Love Song No. 7 5. Satan Said Dance 6. Upon Encountering The Crippled Elephant 7. Goodbye To Mother And The Cove 8. Arm and Hammer 9. Yankee Go Home 10. Underwater (You and Me) 11. Five Easy Pieces. Colonial Octopus Even more raw than the first album, and just as impressively crafted. If you like Clap Your Hands Say Yeah, you may also like: Tell Me How You Really Feel by courtney barnett.
Not On Label (Clap Your Hands Say Yeah Self-released). Clap Your Hands Say Yeah. Some Loud Thunder (CD, Album). V2 Music Ltd. VVR777786.
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Before CYHSY's sophomore album Some Loud Thunder materialized, the question of how the band would follow its hot-topic debut seemed hopelessly complex. But given that the group had little to do with its own hype- and that Alec Ounsworth is by all credible reports a very private person who disdains public opinion- the answer, in retrospect, is obvious: They made another Clap Your Hands Say Yeah record. If Some Loud Thunder isn't as consistent as the debut, it's an adequate follow-up that contains a handful of fantastic songs, a handful of uneven ones, and a handful of duds
Clap Your Hands Say Yeah's debut was a decent, giddy first album - not the end-all, be-all, "best indie release ever" that it was willed to be by fans and critics. It was just a good record that fortunate events conspired to elevate beyond its own scope and capabilities. It was over-hyped, plain and simple, and (lord bless 'em) the guys in CYHSY soldiered through it all, and seemed well enough armored to take the gushing praise, smile politely, stick it under their collective hat and then get back to doing what they were doing. There's nothing else on the album that gets to "Some Loud Thunder"'s level of "ouch" and there's even a "non-distorto" version of the tune floating around the download sites for those who can't take the pain. Get past that, and you start getting into the real stuff - the bulk of which tends toward meandering tension builders that never really take off.
Clap Your Hands Say Yeah's first album was an acquired taste, largely because singer Alec Ounsworth insists on yapping like a puppy being throttled. Anyone who managed to find enjoyment in that strangulated yelp might expect an easier ride from the follow-up album, but oh no: it takes umpteen listens to appreciate the myriad beauties of Some Loud Thunder. Its primary problem is that, unlike the debut, it lacks any uplifting anthem to draw in listeners and encourage them to persevere.
About Some Loud Thunder album. Album Some Loud Thunder (2007). by Clap Your Hands Say Yeah. Label Not On Label (Clap Your Hands Say Yeah Self-released).
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|1||Some Loud Thunder||3:47|
|2||Emily Jean Stock||4:00|
|3||Mama, Won't You Keep Them Castles In The Air And Burning?||4:27|
|4||Love Song No. 7||4:32|
|5||Satan Said Dance||5:32|
|6||Upon Encountering The Crippled Elephant||1:13|
|7||Goodbye To The Mother And The Cove||5:38|
|8||Arm And Hammer
Written-By – Sean Greenhalgh, Tyler Sargent
|9||Yankee Go Home||3:32|
|10||Underwater (You And Me)||5:18|
|11||Five Easy Pieces||6:47|
- Lyrics By, Written-By, Co-producer – Alec Ounsworth
- Mastered By – Greg Calbi
- Performer – Alec Ounsworth, Lee Sargent, Robbie Guertin, Sean Greenhalgh, Tyler Sargent
- Producer, Recorded By, Mixed By – Dave Fridmann
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|WEBB117LP||Clap Your Hands Say Yeah||Some Loud Thunder (LP, Album)||Wichita||WEBB117LP||UK||2007|
|WEBB117CD||Clap Your Hands Say Yeah||Some Loud Thunder (CD, Album)||Wichita||WEBB117CD||UK||2007|
|V2CP-315||Clap Your Hands Say Yeah||Some Loud Thunder (CD, Album)||V2||V2CP-315||Japan||2007|
|WEBB117CD||Clap Your Hands Say Yeah||Some Loud Thunder (CD, Album)||Wichita, V2||WEBB117CD||Australia||2007|