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The result is delightful art pop decoupage combining pristine glacier-like atmospherics (tacitly played on vintage synths and moogs, stylophone, and a custom-built "pocket theremin") with softly strummed or ringing guitars and Alison Cotton's agile, graceful viola. There are additional tuneful accents on glockenspiel and melodica, with Morricone-esque trumpet and percussive elements courtesy of drummer Michael Smoughton, giving the album an otherworldly beauty. This Is) What We Call Progress was produced by Andrew Prinz (of . labelmates Mahogany) at his Brooklyn-based Sixth.
All the great songs and lyrics from the "(This Is) What We Call Progress" album ont he Web's largest and most authoritative lyrics resource. Saloon was an English indie musical group from Reading, who formed in 1997 and disbanded in 2004.
Album: (This Is) What We Call Progress. Download Saloon - Plastic Surgery. This Is) What We Call Progress: Best 2 songs. Saloon - Bicycle Thieves 05:21. Saloon - Le Weekend 05:05. Album: (This Is) What We Call Progress. Saloon: best 2 tracks. Dany Dan, Saloon - Punchline Special Dany Dan Vo., 2008 01:45. Saloon - Bicycle Thieves (This Is) What We Call Progress, 2002 05:21.
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And This Is What We Call Progress. This song is by The Besnard Lakes and appears on the album The Besnard Lakes Are the Roaring Night (2010). Sunshine seems so brightLonely days, cold nightsNo light. Old ghosts in a lineEvil in the mine. Spanish and IndianCan you make the people reign?'Cause some of us built too highOh why? Dim the lights. Written by: Olga Goreas and Jace Lasek. Lyrics licensed by LyricFind.
My Everyday Silver Is Plastic.
|4||Make It Soft||5:19|
|6||Girls Are The New Boys||6:16|
|7||2500 Walden Ave.||5:26|
|8||Across The Great Divide||5:38|
|9||My Everyday Silver Is Plastic||5:56|
- Recorded At – Reading College And School Of Art And Design
- Recorded At – Wired Studios, Reading
- Recorded At – Sixth Simultaneous Workshop
- Artwork [Sleeve Design] – Andrew Prinz
- Bass, Synthesizer, Melodica, Sampler – Adam Cresswell
- Engineer – Amanda Gomez
- Guitar – Matt Ashton
- Guitar, Cello, Synthesizer, Sequenced By – Andrew Prinz
- Percussion, Trumpet, Glockenspiel – Michael Smoughton
- Producer – Andrew Prinz, Saloon
- Producer [Assistant] – Robert Pietrusko
- Sequenced By – Chris Britton (tracks: 10), Dominic Cresswell (tracks: 10)
- Viola, Melodica – Alison Cotton
- Vocals, Synthesizer, Guitar, Melodica, Keyboards [Stylophone] – Amanda Gomez
NotesRecorded January to March 2001 at Reading College and School of Art & Design. April 2001 at Wired Studios Readng, and April to May 2001 at The Sixth Simultaneous Workshop, Brooklyn, New York.
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