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The Children - Yeasayer - Odd Blood

Posted by: | on October 2, 2012

8 Comments to The Children - Yeasayer - Odd Blood

  1. Vihn says:
    Odd Blood is every bit as dense as its predecessor, with every inch of space teeming with exhausting polyrhythmic detail and time-warped synth sounds. Yeasayer is still adept at filtering primal emotions through the complex circuits of the future; it’s just that that future looks a lot brighter than it used to%(31).
  2. Daijar says:
    Below you can read the song lyrics of The Children by Yeasayer, found in Album Odd Blood released by Yeasayer in Remember that you can play this song at the right column of this page by clicking on the PLAY button. You can also use the lyrics scroller to sing along with the music and adjust the speed by using the arrows.
  3. Brazilkree says:
    (Unreviewed) “The Children” is the first track off of Yeasayer’s album Odd Blood. The vocals are heavily manipulated and altered with pitch shifters and subwoofers, which are basically speakers that emphasize transmitting bass and deeper-pitched sounds.
  4. Zulkree says:
    Aug 27,  · ODD BLOOD - 5 stars The first song leads listeners to expect something darker and uglier than their debut record. "The Children" sounds like it was recorded in a flooded factory and then slowed down to give the vocals a mock-Waits-ish sound. I didn't care for it when I 4/4(39).
  5. Tudal says:
    Yeasayer are an experimental rock trio comprising keyboardist/vocalist Chris Keating, guitarist Anand Wilder, and bassist Ira Wolf Tuton. Keating and Wilder both grew up in Baltimore and after arriving at the University of Pennsylvania and hooked up with Anand's cousin, Tuton, who is from Philadelphia.
  6. Gozahn says:
    Watch the video for The Children from Yeasayer's Odd Blood for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Watch the video for The Children from Yeasayer's Odd Blood for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Playing via Spotify Playing via YouTube.
  7. Tugis says:
    Odd Blood gets off to an odd start with “The Children” -- a robotic, plodding song that prizes mood over melody -- before settling into a more balanced groove, mixing the multicultural sounds of Yeasayer 's debut with a new emphasis on electronica, global trip-hop, and digital production.8/
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