Download links and information about Colonia by A Camp. This album was released in 2009 and it belongs to Rock, Indie Rock, World Music, Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 43:30 minutes.
|Genre:||Rock, Indie Rock, World Music, Pop, Alternative|
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|2.||Stronger Than Jesus||3:04|
|3.||Bear On the Beach||4:10|
|4.||Love Has Left the Room||3:38|
|5.||Golden Teeth and Silver Medals||4:41|
|6.||Here Are Many Wild Animals||3:52|
|9.||Eau de Colonia||0:28|
|10.||I Signed the Line||2:56|
|11.||It's Not Easy to Be Human||2:34|
|12.||The Weed Had Got There First||6:38|
A successful debut album in 2001 didn’t rush the members of A Camp back into the studio. But a safari trip to South Africa and main member Nina Persson's own restless creativity eventually sent this side project back into a proper studio to flesh out these creative asides. With Atomic Swing founder Niclas Frisk, Persson’s husband, former Shudder To Think guitarist, and Think’s former drummer Kevin March forming the core of her backing band, Persson invited guests like Swedish legend Nicolai Dunger to duet for “Golden Teeth and Silver Medals,” cellist Jane Scarpantoni (R.E.M., Bruce Springsteen), and Sparklehorse’s Mark Linkous (who produced the first A Camp album). Despite the many contributors, the album still settles into Persson’s vision. “It’s Not Easy to be Human” and “The Weed Had Got There First” focus on Persson’s personal dreams and fears. “Bear On the Beach” could be from the soundtrack of a desperate Scandinavian film with its wintry desolation, while “My America” comes romping back with a touch of ‘60s horn-torched girl group pop.