Wayward Fire (Deluxe Edition)
Download links and information about Wayward Fire (Deluxe Edition) by The Chain Gang Of 1974. This album was released in 2011 and it belongs to Electronica, Rock, Alternative genres. It contains 14 tracks with total duration of 01:12:28 minutes.
|Artist:||The Chain Gang Of 1974|
|Genre:||Electronica, Rock, Alternative|
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|2.||Devil Is a Lady||5:49|
|5.||Taste of Heaven||5:15|
|6.||Matter of Time||5:17|
|11.||Don't Walk Away||6:09|
|12.||Make My Body||3:36|
|13.||Hold On (Skeet & Seaton Remix)||5:03|
|14.||Hold On (Radio Edit)||4:02|
Rather than borrowing from the overblown rock sounds of the ‘70s, this Denver artist Kamtin Mohager breathes an exhilarating second life into the pop sounds of the ‘80s. Mohager coaxes a convincing falsetto into airy, synth pop territory when he’s not using a dusky, austere delivery to work over the distorted synths and rubbery guitars. Tunes ping-pong between the dance-floor euphoria of bands like Human League and the anthem rock of Simple Minds, sometimes blending them (as on “Undercover,” “Taste of Heaven,” and “Heartbreaking Scream”), and often giving them a slithering, Primal Scream backbone. The crispy synths on “Ethical Drugs” nudge up to a seductive, languid bed of keyboard and warm congas; “Hold On” blends an irresistible dance beat, glassy synths, and effervescent vocals with a hazy, au courant pop vibe. The Beck-ish, Fleetwood Mac-sampling “Stop” flows with liquid funk, a hip-swaying poke at youthful fatuity, while the staticky coating on the pulsating “Devil Lady” hints at LCD Soundsystem. Wayward Fire is a hugely smart and sexy juggernaut of a record.