Recovering the Satellites
Download links and information about Recovering the Satellites by The Counting Crows. This album was released in 1996 and it belongs to Rock, Alternative genres. It contains 14 tracks with total duration of 59:05 minutes.
|Artist:||The Counting Crows|
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|2.||Angels of the Silences||3:37|
|4.||I'm Not Sleeping||4:55|
|6.||Children in Bloom||5:23|
|7.||Have You Seen Me Lately?||4:08|
|9.||Another Horsedreamer's Blues||4:31|
|10.||Recovering the Satellites||5:23|
|13.||A Long December||4:55|
For their second album, Recovering the Satellites, Counting Crows crafted a self-consciously challenging response to their unexpected success. Throughout the record, Adam Duritz contemplates his loss of privacy and sudden change of fortunes, among other angst-ridden subjects. In one sense, it's no different from the subjects that dominated August and Everything After, yet his outlook is lacking the muted joy that made "Mr. Jones" into a hit. Similarly, the music is slightly more somber, yet the approach is harder and more direct, which gives even the ballads a more affecting, visceral feel. Recovering the Satellites occasionally bogs down in its own pretentiousness — for a roots rock band, the group certainly has a lot of artsy goals — yet when they scale back their ambitions to simple folk-rock, such as on the single "A Long December," they are at their most articulate.