Never Bring You Pleasure
Download links and information about Never Bring You Pleasure by The Tangiers. This album was released in 2004 and it belongs to Rock, Indie Rock, Punk, Alternative genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 45:28 minutes.
|Genre:||Rock, Indie Rock, Punk, Alternative|
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|2.||I Don't Love You||3:46|
|3.||Spine to Necklace||3:26|
|4.||Walk Run Walk||4:47|
|5.||Bones to Match the Heart||2:44|
|6.||Ro Ro Roland||4:17|
|9.||I Wanna Go Out||3:44|
|11.||I've Been Calling You||3:14|
|12.||We're So Breathless||4:14|
Tangiers captured a bit of attention with their debut disc, Hot New Spirits, thanks to a resurgence of young, hip, and attractive bands playing jangly, obviously retro guitar rock with a tinge of the ol' new wave. While bands like the Strokes and Interpol made a huge dent, Tangiers definitely did things the way Canadian bands typically do; unfortunately, that means a more low-key and slow-building approach (read: less immediately successful south of the border). The slow build isn't a bad thing, necessarily, because it gives you time to refine your craft, and Tangiers have certainly done that: Never Bring You Pleasure shows a much tighter Tangiers, and with more polish in the studio, too. While part of that is almost certainly from the extra time on the road, there's also a slight change in sound because half the band has changed: returning members Josh Reichmann and James Sayce handle guitars and bass again, but old friend Shelton Deverell joins the band on keyboards, and drummer Jon McCann, fresh from a stint with Guided By Voices, fills in on the skins here. You can certainly hear the influence of the early punk-popsters throughout — the reliance on the Clash-style staccato downstroke is perhaps a bit excessive — but there are also touches of more polished new wavers like the Knack, a slight touch of reggae, and a bit of the old classic garage rock, too. Never Bring You Pleasure is just polished enough to sound great, but it's still ragged enough to be gripping. In a perfect world, "I Wanna Go Out" would be splashed all over the airwaves.