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Hardcore, Punk, Emo
  • Artista:
    Silverstein
  • Título:
    A Shipwreck In The Sand
  • Género:
  • Estilo:
    Hardcore, Punk, Emo
  • Fecha de publicación:
    2018
  • País:
    US
  • Tamaño Versión FLAC
    2446 mb
  • Tamaño Versión MP3
    1644 mb
  • Tamaño Versión WMA
    1873 mb
  • Clasificación:
    4.4
  • Votos:
    898
  • Registro de:
    Vinyl, LP, Repress, White

Lista de canciones

1I Knew I Couldn't Trust You3:31
2The End
Featuring – Lights
7:29
3 Chapter One: It Burns Within Us All
4A Hero Loses Everyday3:10
5American Dream3:08
6Born Dead
Featuring – Scott Wade
2:53
7I Am The Arsonist3:10
8 Chapter Four: Death And Taxes
9The Tide Raises Every Ship0:47
10Vices
Featuring – Liam Cornier
3:19
11Broken Stars3:43
12A Great Fire4:00
13A Shipwreck In The Sand4:37
14Their Lips Sink Ships1:04
15 Chapter Three: Fight Fire With Fire
16We Are Not The World3:22
17You're All I Have3:35
18 Chapter Two: Liars, Cheaters And Thieves

Versiones

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
VR458Silverstein A Shipwreck In The Sand ‎(CD, Album)Victory RecordsVR458US2009
VR458Silverstein A Shipwreck In The Sand ‎(LP, Ora)Victory RecordsVR458US2009
VR458Silverstein A Shipwreck In The Sand ‎(LP, Album)Victory RecordsVR458US2009
VR518Silverstein A Shipwreck In The Sand ‎(CD, Album + DVD-V + Dlx, Ltd, Num, Dig)Victory RecordsVR518US2009
VR458Silverstein A Shipwreck In The Sand ‎(LP, RP, Yel)Victory RecordsVR458US2015

Créditos

  • Art DirectionPaul Koehler, Shane Told
  • ArtworkMartin Wittfooth
  • Artwork [Logo]Kyle Crawford
  • CelloAnna Jarvis
  • Engineer [Additional]Sergio Chavez
  • Engineer [Assistant At Metalworks]Kevin Dietz
  • LayoutDoublej
  • Mastered ByBrian Gardner
  • PerformerBilly Hamilton , Josh Bradford , Neil Boshart, Paul Koehler, Shane Told
  • Photography By [Band]Vanessa Heins
  • Photography By [Studio Photos]Brooks Reynolds
  • Producer, Engineer, Mixed ByCameron Webb
  • Technician [Drum]Paul Dickinson

Notas

White vinyl. Limited to 350.

Códigos de barras

  • Barcode: 7 46105 04581 1

Empresas

  • Recorded At – Metalworks Studios
  • Mixed At – Maple Sound Studios
  • Mastered At – Bernie Grundman Mastering

Vídeo

Álbum

A Shipwreck in the Sand is the fourth studio album by Canadian post-hardcore band, Silverstein, released March 31, 2009 through Victory. Although not as an official member, this marks the first album to feature future guitarist Paul Marc Rousseau who would later go on to replace guitarist Neil Boshart, providing group vocals, among others. A Shipwreck in the Sand was recorded at Metalworks Studios, in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada, with producer Cameron Webb, who also engineered and mixed it. A Shipwreck In The Sand - Silverstein. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Silverstein's fourth album, A Shipwreck In the Sand. Definitely one of my all time favorite albums Chapter 1: It Burns Within Us All 0:00 A Great Fire 3:58. Album 2011 14 Songs. A Shipwreck In the Sand. I Am the in album Silverstein - A Shipwreck In The Sand 2009. Silverstein - A Great Fire. Silverstein - Vices Feat. Могу отметить:Vices, American Dream, Broken Stars, A Great Fire, A Shipwreck In The Sand. A Shipwreck in the Sand is Silverstein's fourth studio album, and their first concept album, released March 31, 2009. On January 29th they released the track listing along with the album cover for the new album, as well as an accompanying story. A clip from the song Vices was posted on the bands Myspace on Thursday 5th March and on Friday 13th March they also posted a clip of Born Dead. On March 23, the full album was up for streaming on MySpace. True Love. Once upon a time, before the lakes and rivers were polluted, before t read more. Canadian hardcore act Silverstein have a knack for creating music to scare your parents with. The five-piece continues to put the fear of God into moms and dads worldwide with A Shipwreck in the Sand. From the bone-crunching guitars of A Great Fire, a spooky number of the highest order, to the emo angst of the disc-closing and appropriately titled The End, Silverstein do not disappoint on their fourth full-length screamfest. A Shipwreck in the Sand. I Am the Arsonist. You're All I Have. We Are Not the World. A Hero Loses Evereyday. The Tide Raises Every Ship. The End ft. A Shipwreck In The Sand was supposed to absolutely suck and evidently Silverstein missed the memo. After a brief piano introduction and a thunderous instrumental opening, A Great Fire makes no mistake in turning feelings of potential apathy into fascination. It becomes crystal clear that Silverstein has found their niche once again and seems to be firing on all cylinders. Play jigsaw puzzles for free Home. A Shipwreck In the Sand, 2009. A Great Fire, 03:58. Vices feat. Born Dead feat. Scott Wade, 02:50. A Shipwreck In the Sand, 04:35. Now playing


Dalarin
Despite it being mastered with a low volume for vinyl once you give it some volume with your sound system, the sound itself is not too bad at all. They for sure did this low volume thing to be able to fit more minutes of music into less vinyl, and i feel in this case they did the right thing instead of just making it sound loud but thin or bad in other respects, this one sounds beefy enough and the highs are also mostly on point. I would easily recommend this album on vinyl to anyone (They probably use the same stampers for all editions). Not the best pressing on my collection but i've heard far worse. I am not sure why people say the bass is bloated or that the pressing sounds muddy, even when the bass guitar is not super well defined it sounds good enough to me and the kick drum is very well defined, so i wouldn't doubt that the original mix has the bass sounding similar to this. The only downside i can think of about them pressing this with low volume is that the surface noise is gonna be louder once u crank the volume up, but since most of the music is loud you will barely even notice it if it is well pressed, and when it is not flawless i still feel it's more than good enough, at least on my copy. This is probably my second favorite silverstein album after Discovering the Waterfront (not sure where i'd put When Broken is Easily Fixed) and i am glad it is pressed as good as this and not worse and for the money i got it for.
if this was pressed under the best conditions possible i am sure the plates would yield a top notch pressing (for a digitally recorded album anyway) considering it's low in volume and only 1 disc.