Deerhoof - The Runners Four album download
|A4||Vivid Cheek Love Song|
|A5||O'Malley, Former Underdog|
|B1||Wrong Time Capsule|
|B2||Spirit Ditties Of No Tone|
|B4||You Can See|
|C1||Midnight Bicycle Mystery|
|C2||After Me The Deluge|
|C4||Lemon And Little Lemon|
|C5||Lightning Rod, Run|
|D2||News From A Bird|
|D3||Spy On You|
|D4||You're Our Two|
- Bass [Uncredited] – Chris Cohen
- Drums [Uncredited] – Greg Saunier
- Guitar [Uncredited], Vocals [Uncredited] – John Dieterich, Satomi Matsuzaki
- Performer – Deerhoof
- Recorded By – Deerhoof
- Written-By – Deerhoof
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side 1): Children of Hoof #1 SIDE 1
- Matrix / Runout (Side 2): Children of Hoof #1 SIDE 2
- Matrix / Runout (Side 3): Children of Hoof #1 SIDE 3
- Matrix / Runout (Side 4): Children of Hoof #1 SIDE 4
|KRS 429, GER 048||Deerhoof||The Runners Four (CD, Album)||Kill Rock Stars, 5 Rue Christine||KRS 429, GER 048||USA & Canada||2005|
|ATPR CD19||Deerhoof||The Runners Four (CD, Album)||ATP Recordings||ATPR CD19||UK||2005|
|PCD-23715||Deerhoof||The Runners Four (CDr, Promo)||P-Vine Records||PCD-23715||Japan||2005|
|HORSE052-2||Deerhoof||The Runners Four (CD, Album)||Trifekta||HORSE052-2||Australia||2005|
|ATPR CD19||Deerhoof||The Runners Four (CD, Album, Promo)||ATP Recordings||ATPR CD19||UK||2005|
The Runners Four by Deerhoof, released 11 October 2005 1. Chatterboxes 2. Twin Killers 3. Running Thoughts 4. Vivid Cheek Love Song 5. O'Malley, Former Underdog 6. Odyssey 7. Wrong Time Capsule 8. Spirit Ditties Of No Tone 9. Scream Team 10. You Can See 11. Midnight Bicycle Mystery 12. After Me The Deluge 13. Siriustar 14. Lemon & Little Lemon 15. Lightening Rod, Run 16. Bone-Dry 17. News From A Bird 18. Spy On You 19. You're Our Two 20. Rrrrrrright Deerhoof play with a primal abandon and molten group chemistry that remains untamed since the band's early days. Deerhoof herald the era of the defiant DIY album. The Runners Four: a quartet of racers, chasers, messengers, even smugglers, gleefully smashing through outmoded boundaries, bearing gifts of sonic contraband. This is Deerhoof's magnificent autobiography.
The Runners Four (CD, Album). KRS 429, GER 048. USA & Canada. The Runners Four (CDr, Promo). The Runners Four (CD, Album).
So tomorrow, Deerhoof put on their Tuesday best and release their first straight-up guitar-rock album- short, dense songs packed into familiar forms, full-bodied vocals for unabashed, often gut-punching melodies, less herk-jerk, less of that house-of-cards spirit that coursed through Reveille and Apple O. Some people will miss that.
Album Name The Runners Four. Released date 11 October 2005. Music StyleExperimental Rock. Members owning this album0. ivid Cheek Love Song. Malley, Former Underdog.
BPM Profile The Runners Four. Album starts at 170BPM, ends at BPM (-170), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Deerhoof.
Album · 2005 · 20 Songs. After a decade of unfettered creativity, San Francisco art rockers Deerhoof decided the most unexpected move they could make was to play things a bit more straight on the expansive Runners Four. The sublime "You Can See" builds and flows like a Beatles song, "Twin Killers" finds the group swapping their manic giddiness for classic rock swagger, and "Scream Team" is fizzy, boy-girl call-and-response pop bliss. Closer "Rrrrrrright," however, shows there's also room on Four for a classic Deerhoof-style mangled noise freak-out. The Runners Four Deerhoof.
Vivid Cheek Love Song. O'Malley, Former Underdog. Spirit Ditties of No Tone. You Can See. Midnight Bicycle Mystery. Lemon and Little Lemon. Lightning Rod, Run. Bone-Dry. Spy On You. You're Our Two. Rrrrrrright.
The Runners Four is their latest and most acessible album. Deerhoof Chris Cohen - Bass John Dieterich - Guitar Satomi Matsuzaki - Guitar, Vocals Greg Saunier - Drums, Keyboard. In an age where the majority of bands often take three years or more between albums, it's refreshing to see bands like Deerhoof, who present us with solid albums year after year. Deerhoof aren't the only ones either. Bands like Xiu Xiu (who two Deerhoof members are involved in), Sufjan Stevens and The Fiery Furnaces have a similar work ethic