Sloan - The Double Cross album download
|1||Follow The Leader||2:56|
|2||The Answer Was You||2:18|
|4||Shadow Of Love||2:04|
|5||She's Slowing Down Again||3:05|
|6||Green Gardens, Cold Montreal||2:01|
|7||It's Plain To See||1:57|
|8||Your Daddy Will Do||3:04|
|9||I've Gotta Know||1:22|
|12||Laying So Low||2:57|
- Published By – Two Minutes For Music Ltd.
- Manufactured By – Yep Roc Records
- Marketed By – Yep Roc Records
- Distributed By – Redeye
- Design [Graphic Design] – Simon Evers, Sloan
- Keyboards [Additional], Stylophone, Drums, Backing Vocals, Percussion – Gregory Macdonald
- Management – Chip Sutherland, Mike Nelson
- Mastered By – Joao Carvalho
- Other [Additional Musical And Production Contributions] – Gregory Macdonald
- Percussion [Additional] – Kevin Hilliard
- Performer – Andrew Scott , Chris Murphy , Jay Ferguson , Patrick Pentland
- Photography By [Cover Photos, Booklet Photos] – Gregory Macdonald
- Photography By [Cover Photos] – Chris Murphy , Kevin Hilliard
- Producer – Sloan
- Producer, Recorded By – Ryan Haslett
- Written-By – Sloan
NotesComes in a digipack.
Includes a free download code for bonus material not included on the album.
℗ & © 2011 Sloan (Two Minutes For Music)
Manufactured and marketed by Yep Roc Records under exclusive license.
Distributed by Redeye Distribution 449- A Trollingwood Rd. Haw River, NC
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 0634457223028
- Matrix / Runout: R02093534 G2 13 Apr 2011
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Sloan is a Canadian, Toronto-based rock band originally from Halifax, Nova Scotia. Sloan has released twelve full-length albums, two EPs, a live album, a greatest hits album and more than 30 singles. The band has received nine Juno Award nominations, winning one. The band is known for their sharing of songwriting and lead vocals from each member of the group and their unaltered line-up throughout their career.
Each of the 12 cuts lands somewhere between an homage and invention, the four singer/songwriters of Sloan splicing together their deep record collections in ways familiar and fresh. An organ may bring Dylan to mind, harmonies may recall the Beatles, yet these allusions are deployed with knowing winks in songs that don’t explicitly sound like their influences
Sloan, one of Canada’s finest groups for the past twenty years, is back with their tenth album, the quick and concise The Double Cross, where the band shows its knack for a pop hook is second to none. Bassist Chris Murphy’s Follow the Leader kicks things off with a sound in perfect league with Squeeze. Guitarist Jay Ferguson’s The Answer Was You comes creeping with its Mellotron chasing the tight-knit harmonies. Lead guitarist Patrick Petland throws in the sliced and diced power pop of Unkind. Even drummer Andrew Scott contributes two tracks, including the bristling shuffle of Traces.
On the past few Sloan albums, the Canadian rockers came off a bit anxious about aging into an elder statesman role, turning out a few too many songs about feeling old and irrelevant. The Double Cross - Very Good, Based on 6 Critics. This time around they seem less worried about being has-beens and more eager to embrace their legacy of impeccable, if not especially hip, songcraft.
The Double Cross is the tenth studio album by Canadian rock band Sloan. The title of the album is a nod to their 20th (or XX) anniversary. At a length of 34:02, it is Sloan's shortest album to date. It is also the band's first album to be released on the Outside Music label. The album was named as a longlisted nominee for the 2011 Polaris Music Prize Promotion and release. The band first announced plans to release the album in 2011, to coincide with the 20th anniversary of their first show
Returning to normal operations after a three-year hiatus, Sloan offer a few new wrinkles on The Double Cross - the polyester-draped Your Daddy Will Do salutes the ‘70s in a suitably spangly disco fashion, there’s a hint of delicate pastoral folk on Green Gardens, Cold Montreal - but the group doesn’t stray from the pop collage. of 2006’s Never Hear the End of It. Each of the 12 cuts lands somewhere between an homage and invention, the four singer/songwriters of Sloan splicing together their deep record collections in ways familiar and fresh
Sloan delivers just that with their 10th album The Double Cross, a titular shout-out to the band's 20th (or XX) anniversary. The album kicks off as awesome as universal healthcare with ''Follow the Leader'' and the sure-fire sync license riffage of ''Unkind. So raise your glasses to Jay, Patrick, Chris, Andrew and 20 years of Sloan.
Exclusive Prime pricing. c'mon on. it's sloan. this means excellent power pop, but it also means kick ass rock n roll. think BETWEEN THE BRIDGES and NAVY BLUES era sloan. i played this through 3 times when i first put it in the player. awesome songwriting, production, and rockin'.