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Vinyl LP pressing. Through the Sparks' release, Lazarus Beach was their first official full-length recording for Skybucket Records. The collection includes the cream of a twenty-plus song crop, recorded at the band's Alamalibu Studios in the first half of 2006. While hosting several Birmingham guest musicians and utilizing the band's multi-instrumental talents, it keeps Through the Sparks' guitar-and piano-rock format at the forefront. While there are still the noise and synth-laden marshes, horn and big-harmony choruses and crescendos loom over beds of ukulele, honky-tonk piano, funeral home organ and pedal steel. Of course, there's still a copious amount of gleaming guitars and a few signature triplet beats.
Vinyl LP pressing. Through the Sparks' release, Lazarus Beach was their first official full-length recording for Skybucket Records. The collection includes the cream of a twenty-plus song crop, recorded at the band's Alamalibu Studios in the first half of 2006. While hosting several Birmingham guest musicians and utilizing the band's multi-instrumental talents, it keeps Through the Sparks' guitar-and piano-rock format at the forefront. While there are still the noise and synth-laden marshes, horn and big-harmony choruses and crescendos loom over beds of ukulele, honky-tonk piano, funeral home organ and pedal steel. Of course, there's still a copious amount of gleaming guitars and a few signature triplet beats.
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Lazarus Beach [LP]
Artist: Through The Sparks
Format: Vinyl
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Vinyl LP pressing. Through the Sparks' release, Lazarus Beach was their first official full-length recording for Skybucket Records. The collection includes the cream of a twenty-plus song crop, recorded at the band's Alamalibu Studios in the first half of 2006. While hosting several Birmingham guest musicians and utilizing the band's multi-instrumental talents, it keeps Through the Sparks' guitar-and piano-rock format at the forefront. While there are still the noise and synth-laden marshes, horn and big-harmony choruses and crescendos loom over beds of ukulele, honky-tonk piano, funeral home organ and pedal steel. Of course, there's still a copious amount of gleaming guitars and a few signature triplet beats.
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