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Coming from Giverny in Normandy, the quartet You Said Strange offers us a new album entitled Thousand Shadows Vol. 1, recorded this time entirely at home, in their home studio in Evreux, around an old analogical console and microphones accumulated during the different tours. Written before and during the Covid, this first part is the fruit of their tours, their meetings and their personal experiences. This record transpires this scenic dimension, this spontaneity to incarnate on microphones as in front of their public. In order to perfect this recording, both artisanal and passionate, You Said Strange entrusted Daniel James Goodwin, producer of the last sumptuous records of This Is The Kit, Kevin Morby and Wand, with the mixing and mastering of Thousand Shadows from his studio in Woodstock. More down to earth than it's mystical big brother "Salvation Prayer", Thousand Shadows Vol. 1 embodies the project's acquired maturity, through a very personal and humanistic statement. It emerges from this new part a vibrant and intense identity, also more concrete, with a social and political message sometimes. It is always the work of passionate people whose fulgurating instruments and the meeting of the songs seize immediately. A powerful, reverberated and salutary rock.
Coming from Giverny in Normandy, the quartet You Said Strange offers us a new album entitled Thousand Shadows Vol. 1, recorded this time entirely at home, in their home studio in Evreux, around an old analogical console and microphones accumulated during the different tours. Written before and during the Covid, this first part is the fruit of their tours, their meetings and their personal experiences. This record transpires this scenic dimension, this spontaneity to incarnate on microphones as in front of their public. In order to perfect this recording, both artisanal and passionate, You Said Strange entrusted Daniel James Goodwin, producer of the last sumptuous records of This Is The Kit, Kevin Morby and Wand, with the mixing and mastering of Thousand Shadows from his studio in Woodstock. More down to earth than it's mystical big brother "Salvation Prayer", Thousand Shadows Vol. 1 embodies the project's acquired maturity, through a very personal and humanistic statement. It emerges from this new part a vibrant and intense identity, also more concrete, with a social and political message sometimes. It is always the work of passionate people whose fulgurating instruments and the meeting of the songs seize immediately. A powerful, reverberated and salutary rock.
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You Said Strange - Thousand Shadows Vol. 1 - Red [Colored Vinyl] (Gate) (Red)

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Format: Vinyl
Label: Exag Records
Rel. Date: 12/17/2021
UPC: 3700398724768

Thousand Shadows Vol. 1 - Red [Colored Vinyl] (Gate) (Red)
Artist: You Said Strange
Format: Vinyl
New: In Stock $34.99
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DISC: 1

1. Track 1
2. Mourning Colors
3. Track 3
4. So Sorry
5. Track 5
6. Thousand Shadows
7. Track 7
8. Mediterranean
9. Track 9
10. Talking to the Rats
11. Track 11
12. Run Away
13. Track 13
14. Treat Me
15. Track 15
16. Landed

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Coming from Giverny in Normandy, the quartet You Said Strange offers us a new album entitled Thousand Shadows Vol. 1, recorded this time entirely at home, in their home studio in Evreux, around an old analogical console and microphones accumulated during the different tours. Written before and during the Covid, this first part is the fruit of their tours, their meetings and their personal experiences. This record transpires this scenic dimension, this spontaneity to incarnate on microphones as in front of their public. In order to perfect this recording, both artisanal and passionate, You Said Strange entrusted Daniel James Goodwin, producer of the last sumptuous records of This Is The Kit, Kevin Morby and Wand, with the mixing and mastering of Thousand Shadows from his studio in Woodstock. More down to earth than it's mystical big brother "Salvation Prayer", Thousand Shadows Vol. 1 embodies the project's acquired maturity, through a very personal and humanistic statement. It emerges from this new part a vibrant and intense identity, also more concrete, with a social and political message sometimes. It is always the work of passionate people whose fulgurating instruments and the meeting of the songs seize immediately. A powerful, reverberated and salutary rock.
        
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