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Lost In The Dream


Download links and information about Lost In The Dream by The War On Drugs. This album was released in 2014 and it belongs to Rock, Alternative Rock, Indie Rock, Alternative genres. It contains 20 tracks with total duration of 02:01:08 minutes.

Artist: The War On Drugs
Release date: 2014
Genre: Rock, Alternative Rock, Indie Rock, Alternative
Tracks: 20
Duration: 02:01:08
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No. Title Length
1. Under The Pressure 8:52
2. Red Eyes 4:58
3. Suffering 6:02
4. An Ocean In Between The Waves 7:11
5. Disappearing 6:51
6. Eyes To The Wind 5:55
7. The Haunting Idle 3:07
8. Burning 5:48
9. Lost In The Dream 4:09
10. In Reverse 7:41
11. Under The Pressure 8:52
12. Red Eyes 4:58
13. Suffering 6:02
14. An Ocean In Between The Waves 7:11
15. Disappearing 6:51
16. Eyes To The Wind 5:55
17. The Haunting Idle 3:07
18. Burning 5:48
19. Lost In The Dream 4:09
20. In Reverse 7:41



With 2011’s Slave Ambient, The War on Drugs offered a collection of emotionally rich, guitar-driven grandeur that earned songwriter/bandleader Adam Granduciel accolades from far beyond his hometown scene in Philadelphia. The War on Drugs’ fourth full-length operates with a bigger, bolder agenda—evident in the clattering electronics and hypnotic production of the nearly nine-minute opener, “Under the Pressure”. From there, Lost in the Dream unfolds with warm, melancholic rock that combines Granduciel’s mystical tenor with a blurry haze of vintage synths, chiming guitars, horn accents and reverb-soaked ambience. Uptempo tracks like “Red Eyes” and “An Ocean in Between the Waves” juxtapose pulsing, mechanical backbeats with droning synths. Ballads, like the heartbreaking “Suffering” and the gently paced title track, float along in a beautiful fog. After Lost in the Dream closes with a couple of minutes of wordless feedback, the album leaves a hypnotic, lingering impression.