Thrice - Vheissu album download
Vheissu is a milestone album for Thrice, released October 17, 2005. At the time, Thrice was still with Island Records. Previous to this album, Thrice’s sound was a mixture of hardcore and punk. The band had just toured for a year and half for The Artist in the Ambulance, which was written and recorded on a tight deadline, and was ready for a change. The album’s title Vheissu comes from a place name in Thomas Pynchon’s novel, V. Dustin Kensrue interpreted it to be a term having to do with identity, even printing the German sound-alike phrase Wie heisst du? in the album art. Vheissu Q&A. Producers Steve Osborne. Writers Dustin Kensrue.
The album’s complexity and denseness all prove that Thrice has the most potential of any band in the world right now, a band that can change the landscape of everything known about modern rock music. Immersing into Vheissu takes a completely focused yet still open mind because there is so much to appreciate. Luckily, Thrice is willing to break the listener in easily. Image of the Invisible picks up where Thrice left off with Artist in the Ambulance.
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Thrice "Vheissu" (2005) album. Image Of The Invisible Lyrics. Between The End And Where We Lie Lyrics.
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Sound - 8 With Vheissu Thrice have once again expanded and improved on their sound. The album contains some of their heaviest material, but also their lightest giving it a great overall sound. As a whole it sounds much more mature, with the only major complaint being that the guitar seems to have lost it's intensity compared to The Illusion Of Safety or The Artist In The Ambulance. However, the inclusion of piano and synth on many tracks more than makes up for this, and shows the band's diversity. Lyrics - 8 Dustin has once again proved himself