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Friday, August 1, 2008

Explosions In The Sky Discography (Part 2)


Hailing from the sultry metropolitan landscape of Austin, TX, Explosions In The Sky are some of the most sincere folks you will ever meet. Aside from being nice guys, they play some of the most passionate, powerful instrumental music you will ever hear. Equal parts romance and tragedy, their beautiful melodies have the tendency to ignite into head-spinning walls of noise. Easily one of the most intense live bands ever, their sound proves to be every bit as triumphant as their name implies.

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2004 - Friday Night Lights Soundtrack


Tracklist :

1. From West Texas
2. Your Hand In Mine (w/strings)
3. Our Last Days As Children
4. An Ugly Fact of Life
5. Home
6. Sonho Dourado (Daniel Lanois)
7. To West Texas
8. Your Hand In Mine (Goodbye)
9. Inside It All Feels The Same
10. Do You Ever Feel Cursed (David Torn)
11. Lonely Train
12. Seagull (Bad Company)
13. The Sky Above, The Field Below
14. A Slow Dance

2005 - The Rescue E.P


Tracklist :

1. Day One
2. Day Two
3. Day Three
4. Day Four
5. Day Five
6. Day Six
7. Day Seven
8. Day Eight

This is their fourth album, and I love it because it runs like a musical story. I've always loved Explosions In The Sky for the fact that they have no vocalis, but can simply speak through their beautiful melodies and compositions.

2007 - All Of A Sudden I Miss Everyone


Bonus Disc of remixes

Tracklist :

1. The Birth And Death Of The Day
2. Welcome, Ghosts
3. It's Natural To Be Afraid
4. What Do You Go Home To?
5. Catastrophe And The Cure
6. So Long, Lonesome

Bonus Disc Tracklist :

1. The Birth And Death Of The Day (JESU Mix)
2. Welcome, Ghosts (ADEM Mix)
3. It's Natural To Be Afraid (The Paper Chase Mix)
4. What Do You Go Home To? (Mountains Mix)
5. Catastrophe And The Cure (Four Tet Mix)
6. So Long, Lonesome (ELUVIUM Mix)

Their latest album. Including bonus disc of remixes. In many ways, the album resembles the band's previous work since it does not deviate from their style of lengthy crescendos and soaring melodies. However, there is more maturity and diversity from track to track. A few songs are dominated by heavy distortion and fierce drumming while other melodies are soft and piano-driven.

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