The Walkmen - You & Me album download
Tracklist Hide Credits
|1||Dónde Está La Playa||3:57|
|2||Flamingos (For Colbert)
Recorded By, Mixed By – Paul Maroon
|3||On The Water||3:12|
|4||In The New Year||4:24|
|5||Seven Years Of Holidays (For Stretch)||3:42|
|6||Postcards From Tiny Islands||4:06|
|10||Long Time Ahead Of Us||3:49|
|11||The Blue Route||4:28|
|13||I Lost You||3:34|
|14||If Only It Were True||3:07|
- Licensed To – Etch n Sketch Records Pty Ltd.
- Distributed By – Inertia
- Recorded At – Gigantic Studios
- Recorded At – Water Music Recorders
- Recorded At – Sweet Tea
- Recorded At – Brutalis Studios
- Mixed At – Gigantic Studios
- Mastered At – The Lodge, New York
- Design – Elizabeth Spiridakis
- Engineer [Second Engineer At Gigantic Studios] – Alex Aldi
- Mastered By – Emily Lazar
- Mastered By [Assistant] – Joe LaPorta
- Mixed By – Chris Zane
- Performer – Hamilton Leithauser, Matt Barrick, Paul Maroon, Peter Bauer , Walter Martin
- Photography By – Fred Maroon
- Recorded By – Chris Zane, John Agnello
Recorded at Gigantic Studios, Manhattan; Water Music, Hoboken; Sweet Tea Studios, Oxford Mississippi.
Flamingos (for Colbert) recorded and mixed at Brutalis Studio, Philadelphia.
Mixed at Gigantic Studios, Manhattan 2008.
Mastered at The Lodge.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Printed): 9 332727 012501
- Barcode (Scanned): 9332727012501
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI LR11
- Mould SID Code: IFPI RG08
- Matrix / Runout: 6181012708
|GTC17||The Walkmen||You & Me (CD, Album)||Gigantic Music||GTC17||US||2008|
|none||The Walkmen||You & Me (LP, Album, Ltd, Red)||Gigantic Music||none||US||2008|
|Tal-041||The Walkmen||You & Me (CD, Album, Promo, Car)||Talitres Records||Tal-041||France||2008|
|Tal-041||The Walkmen||You & Me (CD, Album)||Talitres Records||Tal-041||France||2008|
|FP1231-2||The Walkmen||You & Me (CD, Album, RE)||Fat Possum Records||FP1231-2||US||2010|
You & Me is the fourth album by indie rock group The Walkmen. The album sold for five dollars, with proceeds going to the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. The album was officially released in the United States on August 19, 2008. During its first week of sales, the album charted at number 29 on Billboard's Top Digital Albums
You & Me is more than their most focused record to date- it's also their most carefully crafted and heartfelt while simultaneously feeling totally effortless. Rarely has the word "unambitious" translated into such a positive attribute: They just make it look that easy. After a downturn with 2006's A Hundred Miles Off and a grisly full-album cover of Nilsson/Lennon's Pussy Cats, the Walkmen triumphantly return to form. You & Me is more than their most focused record to date- it's also their most carefully crafted and heartfelt while simultaneously feeling totally effortless.
Band Name The Walkmen. Album Name You & Me. Type Album. Erscheinungsdatum 19 August 2008. Labels Fierce Panda Records Gigantic. Musik GenreIndie Rock. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen0. 1. Dónde Está la Playa.
Features Song Lyrics for The Walkmen's You & Me album. The Walkmen - You & Me Album Lyrics. Canadian Girl Lyrics.
The album was recorded at Gigantic Studios with Chris Zane, the Walkmen recorded 13 songs for their latest album in five days in August 2009 with John Congleton and Chris Zane
However, travel is one of You & Me's major themes, with beaches, holidays, and provinces placing these songs all over the map. That plays perfectly into the Walkmen's uncanny ability to conjure specific places in their music: "Donde Esta La Playa," from its turista title to its deconstructed surf guitars to lyrics like "there is still sand in my suitcase/there is still salt in my teeth," plays like blurry but vivid memories - and proof that not everything that happens on vacation stays on.
You & Me (Gigantic Music). The Walkmen began fierce, fleeting even, Hamilton Leithauser screaming tantrums, but there comes a time when life becomes less severe, when it means something bigger. The NYC quintet's fourth original effort, You & Me, astounds in its strong restraint and classicism. Leithauser enunciates (!) through midnight mullings as Matt Barrick re-establishes himself as one of the most expressive modern-day percussionists