Categorías:
Carrito 0

Su carrito está vacío

Royal Trux - Veterans of Disorder

Mes favoris

Cet élément a bien été ajouté / retiré de vos favoris.

Veterans of Disorder

Royal Trux

Streaming ilimitado

Escuche este álbum ahora en alta calidad en nuestras apps

Disfrute de este álbum en las apps Qobuz con sususcripción

Descarga digital

Seleccionar la calidad de audio

Para poder comprar a este precio, suscripción a Sublime+

Idioma disponible: inglés

With 1998's excellent Accelerator, Royal Trux completed their rock history trilogy and returned to Drag City. On Veterans of Disorder -- the title of which attests to the band's mix of classic rock and noisy experimentation, and to their status as survivors of their own chaotic excesses -- the Trux move forward and look back at the same time. Splitting the difference between their increasingly focused yet subversive rock and their early, sludgy experimentalism, Veterans of Disorder begins with seven (relatively) radio-friendly versions of the Trux aesthetic. "Waterpark" is an almost-straightforward raw charge led by Neil Hagerty's driving guitars and Jennifer Herrema's sultry, snarling vocals; the sexy "Second Skin" follows suit, and the duo shares vocal duties on "The Exception" and "Yo Se!"'s the Glimmer Twins-style funk. Latin percussion adds a twist to "Lunch Money," while "Witch's Tit" and "Stop" show off Royal Trux's softer side. None of these songs last longer than three and a half minutes, but the group crams as many big guitars and weird ideas as they can into these "singles." The album's second half returns to Twin Infinitives-era noise jams for inspiration, especially on the shambolic "Sickazz Dog." Herrema's wonderfully sneery vocals on "Coming Out Party" serve sharp-tongued lyrics like "He's going to be a playboy in his mind/He's trying to pretend he's making friends," while "Blue Is the Frequency" mixes jazz, cock rock, and a bit of slide guitar into a nearly nine-minute workout. Though the album sounds cleaner and more focused than anything Royal Trux released on Virgin, it's the duo's closest tie to their trashy underground roots. One of their most accomplished works, Veterans of Disorder could only be made by artists as creatively and financially independent as Royal Trux. ~ Heather Phares

Más información

Veterans of Disorder

Royal Trux

launch qobuz app Ya he descargado Qobuz para Windows / MacOS Abrir

download qobuz app Todavía no he descargado Qobuz para Windows / MacOS Descargar la app Qobuz
Escuchar en el Web Player

Copie el enlace siguiente para compartirlo

Está escuchando muestras.

Escuche más de 40 millones de pistas con un plan de streaming ilimitado.

Escuche este álbum y más de 40 millones de pistas con los planes de streaming ilimitado.

1
Waterpark 00:02:16

Royal Trux, MainArtist

(C) 1999 Royal Trux Music, under exclusive license to Fat Possum Records (P) 1999 Royal Trux Music under exclusive license to Fat Possum Records

2
Stop 00:02:48

Royal Trux, MainArtist

(C) 1999 Royal Trux Music, under exclusive license to Fat Possum Records (P) 1999 Royal Trux Music under exclusive license to Fat Possum Records

3
The Exception 00:02:21

Royal Trux, MainArtist

(C) 1999 Royal Trux Music, under exclusive license to Fat Possum Records (P) 1999 Royal Trux Music under exclusive license to Fat Possum Records

4
Second Skin 00:02:15

Royal Trux, MainArtist

(C) 1999 Royal Trux Music, under exclusive license to Fat Possum Records (P) 1999 Royal Trux Music under exclusive license to Fat Possum Records

5
Witch's Tit 00:02:49

Royal Trux, MainArtist

(C) 1999 Royal Trux Music, under exclusive license to Fat Possum Records (P) 1999 Royal Trux Music under exclusive license to Fat Possum Records

6
Lunch Money 00:02:41

Royal Trux, MainArtist

(C) 1999 Royal Trux Music, under exclusive license to Fat Possum Records (P) 1999 Royal Trux Music under exclusive license to Fat Possum Records

7
¡Yo Se! 00:03:32

Royal Trux, MainArtist

(C) 1999 Royal Trux Music, under exclusive license to Fat Possum Records (P) 1999 Royal Trux Music under exclusive license to Fat Possum Records

8
Sickazz Dog 00:05:56

Royal Trux, MainArtist

(C) 1999 Royal Trux Music, under exclusive license to Fat Possum Records (P) 1999 Royal Trux Music under exclusive license to Fat Possum Records

9
Coming out Party 00:05:29

Royal Trux, MainArtist

(C) 1999 Royal Trux Music, under exclusive license to Fat Possum Records (P) 1999 Royal Trux Music under exclusive license to Fat Possum Records

10
Blue is the Frequency 00:08:54

Royal Trux, MainArtist

(C) 1999 Royal Trux Music, under exclusive license to Fat Possum Records (P) 1999 Royal Trux Music under exclusive license to Fat Possum Records

Descripción del álbum

With 1998's excellent Accelerator, Royal Trux completed their rock history trilogy and returned to Drag City. On Veterans of Disorder -- the title of which attests to the band's mix of classic rock and noisy experimentation, and to their status as survivors of their own chaotic excesses -- the Trux move forward and look back at the same time. Splitting the difference between their increasingly focused yet subversive rock and their early, sludgy experimentalism, Veterans of Disorder begins with seven (relatively) radio-friendly versions of the Trux aesthetic. "Waterpark" is an almost-straightforward raw charge led by Neil Hagerty's driving guitars and Jennifer Herrema's sultry, snarling vocals; the sexy "Second Skin" follows suit, and the duo shares vocal duties on "The Exception" and "Yo Se!"'s the Glimmer Twins-style funk. Latin percussion adds a twist to "Lunch Money," while "Witch's Tit" and "Stop" show off Royal Trux's softer side. None of these songs last longer than three and a half minutes, but the group crams as many big guitars and weird ideas as they can into these "singles." The album's second half returns to Twin Infinitives-era noise jams for inspiration, especially on the shambolic "Sickazz Dog." Herrema's wonderfully sneery vocals on "Coming Out Party" serve sharp-tongued lyrics like "He's going to be a playboy in his mind/He's trying to pretend he's making friends," while "Blue Is the Frequency" mixes jazz, cock rock, and a bit of slide guitar into a nearly nine-minute workout. Though the album sounds cleaner and more focused than anything Royal Trux released on Virgin, it's the duo's closest tie to their trashy underground roots. One of their most accomplished works, Veterans of Disorder could only be made by artists as creatively and financially independent as Royal Trux. ~ Heather Phares

Acerca del álbum

Mejorar esta página

Qobuz logo Por qué comprar en Qobuz...

De oferta actualmente...
Más en Qobuz
Por Royal Trux
Pink Stuff Royal Trux
White Stuff Royal Trux
Thank You Royal Trux
White Stuff Royal Trux
Quizás también le guste...
Los Grandes Angulares...
Objetivo la luna: The Dark Side Of The Moon

Álbum clave en la discografía de Pink Floyd, The Dark Side Of The Moon es el fruto de una elaboración relativamente lenta que se remonta prácticamente a 1968. A Saucerful Of Secrets (la canción principal del álbum del mismo nombre) fue, para Nick Mason, el punto de partida. Un tiempo más tarde, Ummagumma permitió la expresión de unas personalidades que se tendrían que amalgamar para conseguir el éxito. Pink Floyd continuó su búsqueda del disco ideal con Meddle, en el que la banda acentuó su dominio del trabajo en estudio, y Atom Heart Mother, antes de alcanzar el nirvana con The Dark Side Of The Moon, cuya perfección aún no ha sido nunca erosionada cuarenta y cinco años después de su lanzamiento.

Lhasa, el astro inolvidable

Tan solo tres álbumes en estudio, un directo y tres giras internacionales bastaron a Lhasa de Sela para dejar una huella imborrable en la historia de la música popular contemporánea. La llorona, The Living Road y Lhasa son trabajos tan diferentes como redondos que nos muestran un universo peculiar y al mismo tiempo reconocible, a medio camino entre el sueño y la realidad. Sus temas, elaborados a partir de claroscuros, nos hablan sinceramente de los sentimientos de una artista cuyo arte vocal, intimista, rebosante de emoción, establece con el oyente un pacto de complicidad. Por lo demás, su trayectoria vital puede leerse a manera de capítulos de una novela, sin que falten los ingredientes del mito ni los estremecimientos de los relatos más hermosos y conmovedores.

The Zephyr Bones: vídeo-entrevista Qobuz

Encuentro con los jóvenes orfebres del pop hedonista, con ocasión del lanzamiento de su álbum "Secret Place", merecedor de nuestro Qobuzissime...

De actualidad...