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Converge - You Fail Me L'album des
Converge - You Fail Me L'album des
Interprète: Converge
Titre: You Fail Me
Label: Epitaph, Deathwish
Pays: US
Publié sur: 2018
Style: Hardcore, Crust
Cat: 86715-2, DW189
Classement: 4.1/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
taille FLAC: 2879 mb | taille MP3: 1592 mb | taille WMA: 2737 mb
Genre: Rock
Tracklist

1Hanging Moon2:04
2You Fail Me5:37
3Black Cloud2:19
4Eagles Become Vultures2:10
5Last Light3:34
6Death King2:08
7In Her Blood4:07
8Heartless2:28
9Hope Street1:07
10Wolves at my door2:33
11In Her Shadow
Piano – Shawn Mosely
6:26
12Drop Out2:32
13First Light1:02

Crédits

  • Bass, VocalsNate Newton
  • DesignJacob Bannon
  • Drums, PercussionBen Koller
  • Engineer [Additional]Chris Moylan, Shawn Mosely
  • Guitar, Vocals, Bass, Keyboards, Percussion, Recorded ByKurt Ballou
  • Mixed ByKurt Ballou
  • Remastered ByAlan Douches
  • Vocals, Lyrics ByJacob Bannon

Codes-barres

  • Barcode: 6 40841 63709 8
  • Matrix / Runout: 138946E1/B
  • Matrix / Runout: 138946E2/C

Album

You Fail Me - Converge. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. You Fail Me is the fifth studio album by American metallic hardcore band Converge. It was released on September 21, 2004, via Epitaph Records, it is the band's first release on the label having previously been signed to Equal Vision Records. The album was produced by Alan Douches alongside Converge guitarist Kurt Ballou and the artwork was created by the band's singer Jacob Bannon. You Fail Me peaked at number 171 on Billboard 200 chart in the United States. You Fail Me. You Fail Me Redux. Wretched World - Продолжительность: 7: Fail Me by Converge, released 21 September 2004 1. First Light 2. Last Light 3. Black Cloud 4. Drop Out 5. Hope Street 6. Heartless 7. You Fail Me 8. In Her Shadow 9. Eagles Become Vultures 10. Death King 11. In Her Blood 12. Hanging Moon. peter schmidt this album gets the blood going and bam you are ready for what ever the world has too offer Favorite track: Eagles Become Vultures. Morgan Destructive and crisp. Nonetheless leaves with a hardly tangible, but monumentally positive note. Almost transcendental. Or maybe just Converge. Favorite track: Hanging Moon. Released September 21, 2004. You Fail Me Tracklist. First Light Lyrics. Jaboc Bannon on You Fail Me: LyricallyThematically: After Jane Doe was recorded and released, I thought I was going to feel the emotional burden I was carrying lift from my shoulders. I had all the puzzle pieces there in front of me. Outlets bring closure, or at least thats what I thought. With that, I put myself out on the line looking for an emotional resolve with Jane and it never came. When the album was released I didnt feel any better, nothing was changed. My depression kept collapsing on itself. Listen free to Converge You Fail Me First Light, Last Light and more. 13 tracks 38:06. You Fail Me is an album by Massachusetts, USA, band Converge, released on September 20, 2004. It is their first release on Epitaph Records, previously being signed to Equal Vision Records. The record was the band's first to chart commercially, reaching a high of 171st place in the Billboard 200. It also charted at number 12 in the Top Heatseekers chart and number 16 in the Independent Albums listings. Album 2004 12 Songs. More by Converge. Endless Arrow. Beautiful Ruin - EP. The Dusk in Us. I Can Tell You About Pain - Single. No Heroes. Featured On. Converge Essentials. Songs in album Converge - You Fail Me 2004. Converge - First Light. Stream You Fail Me, a playlist by Converge from desktop or your mobile device. Despite its brief running time of around 35 minutes, the album manages to hit all the right emotional highs and lows. On the title track and the dirgy, Swans-like In Her Shadow, Converge trump the competition with a mastery of dynamics and pure rock energy there's as much Melvins as metal here. In addition, vocalist Jacob Bannon's cathartic howls never seem put on, but rather a genuine expression of rage fueled by real-life experience