Nada Surf - High / Low album download
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|7559-61913-2||Nada Surf||High / Low (CD, Album)||Elektra||7559-61913-2||Europe||1996|
|61913-4||Nada Surf||High / Low (Cass, Album)||Elektra||61913-4||US||1996|
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Nada Surf – High, Low. Label: Elektra – 7559-61913-2. Released: 28 Oct 1996. it sounds great (Electric Lady gives no shit!) a pearl from 90's. Marketplace 051 For Sale from €. 0.
But if Nada Surf never came up with anything that had the influence and lingering impact of Pinkerton, say, High/Low is a nicely frazzled and fun release that actually bears a little similarity at points to prime Cheap Trick. To be sure, it's not an exact comparison (Caws is nowhere near the singer Robin Zander is, for a start), but in terms of spiky intensity shot through with just enough emotional yearning, Caws has the job down well.
The Proximity Effect (Nada Surf album). The Proximity Effect is the second album by alternative rock band, Nada Surf. It was released on MarDev in 1998. Frontman Matthew Caws attributed the quality of the album production to the band having been dropped by their label, Elektra Records. Finding no radio-friendly single on this album, Elektra asked the band to write a hit, and had them record covers of other artists, trying to push Why Are You So Mean To Me? as the first single.
Modifier l'album Reporter une erreur. Rock ind�pendant Nada Surf. Date de parution 1996. Labels WEA Elektra Records. Style MusicalRock indépendant. Membres possèdant cet album13.
Let Go is the third album by alternative rock band, Nada Surf. It was released on Barsuk in 2002. Track listing (European version). Entertainment Weekly raved, "A dozen near-perfect pop songs, each one teeming with joyful desperation".
Nada Surf are an alt-rock band from New York, formed in 1992, the band have had one major label record and the rest on an independent label. High/Low is the band's one major label debut, fueled with that one hit single and a few hidden gems among the album. Of course, most of the people have only heard Popular, a teenage anthem. A song about popular people getting all the girls. Now, this would be one hell of a song if it wasn't for that they ripped off Weezer