Foster The People - Torches album download
|2||Pumped Up Kicks||3:59|
|3||Call It What You Want||4:00|
|4||Don't Stop (Color On the Walls)||2:56|
|6||I Would Do Anything for You||3:35|
|8||Life On the Nickel||3:36|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Sony Music Entertainment – none
NotesThrough the iTunes Store, the album is available with the bonus track "Broken Jaw".
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|88697744572||Foster The People||Torches (CD, Album)||Startime International, Columbia||88697744572||Brazil||2011|
|886977445729||Foster The People||Torches (CD, Album)||Startime International, Columbia||886977445729||Mexico||2011|
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Torches is the debut studio album by American band Foster the People, released on May 23, 2011 by Startime International and Columbia Records. In 2010, the group parlayed the popularity of frontman Mark Foster's song "Pumped Up Kicks" into a record deal with Startime International, and wrote the album to back the song's popularity
Album · 2011 · 11 Songs. Foster the People have touches of California sunbaked pop in their repertoire, but there’s also a dark Euro-disco groove lurking under the hooks of Don’t Stop (Color On the Walls) and the thick, goth-like wash of Waste. Singer Mark Foster plays and programs enough keyboards to give the songs a grand entrance, while other members contribute to the production to jazz up and space out tracks like Miss You and Life On the Nickel. Warrant works under an ambient haze.
Mark Foster sings on Foster the People's first album, before adding defiantly, "Who cares?" Later, he punctuates "Call It What You Want" with the declaration, "What I got can't be bought. With just a few catchy singles and a reputation for energetic live shows, this . trio already sounds defensive and cagey, as if bristling from some imagined attack. Once you get past the genre paranoia, Torches actually has enough going for it that Foster the People could conceivably make those same points through their music rather than their lyrics. The songs dodge and weave stylistically, avoiding perceived critical jabs by scavenging pop history for new old sounds. Foster's falsetto alternately evokes Jamiroquai and Mercury Rev's Jonathan Donahue- surely the only overlap between those two performers- while his keyboards volley between early-90s radio dance pop and more recent MGMT doodles.
Torches (Remixes) Tracklist. 1. Pumped Up Kicks - The Hood Internet Remix Lyrics. 3. Helena Beat - Lenno Extended Remix Lyrics.
Foster the People's 2011 full-length debut Torches expands upon the indie electronic outfit's '80s synth-meets-'60s psych pop sound. Buoyed by the online buzz surrounding the band's single "Pumped Up Kicks," Foster the People have crafted a batch of similarly catchy, electro-lite dance-pop that fits nicely next to such contemporaries as MGMT and Phoenix. To these ends you get the aforementioned anthem "Pumped Up Kicks," as well as the hypnotic disco hop track "Call It What You Want
Torches is the debut studio album by American indie pop band Foster the People. It was released on May 23, 2011 on Columbia Records and Startime International in the United States. In 2010, the group parlayed the surprise popularity of frontman Mark Foster's song "Pumped Up Kicks" into a record deal with Startime International and wrote the album to back up the song's popularity.
Foster The People - Pumped up Kicks 4:16. Foster The People - Helena Beat 4:55. Foster The People - Call It What You Want 4:02. Foster The People - Houdini 3:23.
Band Name Foster The People. 版公司 Columbia Records. Other productions from Foster The People.
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