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Performer: Emeralds
Title: Just To Feel Anything
Country: Austria
Genre: Electronic
Style:Krautrock, Synth-pop
Released: 2012
MP3 album szie: 1759 mb
FLAC album size: 1474 mb

With Just to Feel Anything, Emeralds shine a laser-sharp light into the future, while preserving their uniquely intelligent historical perspective. The long-awaited next chapter in the Emeralds discography is finally here, emerging as a sophisticated progression in both sound and structure. Although Emeralds’ previous album is the most known release (which earned them an appearance alongside Godspeed You! Black Emperor at All Tomorrow’s Parties), the individual members have many solo albums behind their belt

from Just To Feel Anything, released November 5, 2012. supported by 6 fans who also own Just To Feel Anything. I haven't even finished listening to the album and I already bought it. moonyfan. A stalwart album by Tycho that engages the listener in an electronic world of high flying exploration. New Energy by Four Tet.

Emeralds’ soldering of vintage synths, atmospheric guitar work, and needling percussion here feel like short-lived soundtracks to pink-hued skylines, mercury coastlines, and neon-glazed cityscapes.

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4. Everything Is Inverted. 5. The Loser Keeps America Clean. 6.

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Why did Emeralds bother making this specific album? They perfected their neo-komische jam band schtick via Does it Look Like I’m Here’s powerful homogeny. They could have easily gone the route of idols like Tangerine Dream and spent the rest of their time as a band modifying an excellent formula subtlely with each album. Instead, they decided to assign their abilities as musicians towards more overt songwriting.

Just To Feel Anything. Protection Each record is protected within its record sleeve by a white vellum anti-dust sleeve. Wrong album? Let us know. Expand player Collapse player.

06 - Just To Feel Anything. 01 - Before Your Eyes. 03 - Through & Through. 04 - Everything Is Inverted. 05 - The Loser Keeps America Clean.

Tracklist

Before Your Eyes
Adrenochrome
Through & Through
Everything Is Inverted
The Loser Keeps America Clean
Just To Feel Anything
Search For Me In The Wasteland

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
EDITIONS mego 150V Emeralds Just To Feel Anything ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, Cle) Editions Mego EDITIONS mego 150V Austria 2012
EMEGO150 Emeralds Just To Feel Anything ‎(7xFile, FLAC, Album) Editions Mego EMEGO150 Europe 2012
EMEGO150 Emeralds Just To Feel Anything ‎(7xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Editions Mego EMEGO150 UK, Europe & US 2012
EDITIONS mego 150 Emeralds Just To Feel Anything ‎(CD, Album) Editions Mego EDITIONS mego 150 Austria 2012
EDITIONS mego 150V Emeralds Just To Feel Anything ‎(LP, Album) Editions Mego EDITIONS mego 150V Austria 2012
EDITIONS mego 150V Emeralds Just To Feel Anything ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, TP, W/Lbl) Editions Mego EDITIONS mego 150V Austria 2012
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Emeralds is a Cleveland, Ohio based trio of John Elliott, Mark McGuire and Steve Hauschlidt, who have been recording together since 2006. In the last six years the group produced about eighteen full-length releases, with the last one, titled Does it Look Like I’m Here? released by Editions Mego in 2010. After a two-year silence Emeralds return to the label with their staple guitar-driven synth-pop bringing back the nostalgic elements of krautrock’s pioneers like Coil, Popol Vuh, and of course, Tangerine Dream. The upbeat arpeggios are driving the organic build ups of textures, layered with synthesized pads, soaring guitar leads, and tireless drum machines rhythms. And just as effortlessly, Just To Feel Anything dives into slow paced ambient waves, where the group is relying on strong song structure, featuring contemplative acoustic guitar and lush atmospherics. “With Just to Feel Anything, Emeralds shine a laser-sharp light into the future, while preserving their uniquely intelligent historical perspective. The long-awaited next chapter in the Emeralds discography is finally here, emerging as a sophisticated progression in both sound and structure.” Although Emeralds’ previous album is the most known release (which earned them an appearance alongside Godspeed You! Black Emperor at All Tomorrow’s Parties), the individual members have many solo albums behind their belt. Mark McGuire, for example, has numerous releases on Wagon and Editions Mego, not counting his collaboration with Charles Berlitz as Inner Tube and their latest self-titled album on Pacific City Sound Visions. Steve Hauschildt is also a known a known name around the block, and you should most likely recognize his name from 2011 Tragedy & Geometry released by Kranky. It’s really nice to see the group back in the studio. Let’s hope the fans will follow through…