Squalus - The Great Fish... flac album
Tracklist Hide Credits
|A1||The Great Fish|
|A2||Flesh, Bone, And Rubber|
|A4||Swim Charlie, Swim|
|A5||Jack the Ripper|
|A6||Eating Machine In The Pond
Vocals [additional] – Aaron John Gregory*, Jackie Perez Gratz*
|B3||The USS Indianapolis|
|B4||Show Me The Way To Go Home
Written By – Irving King
|B5||He Ate The Light|
- Engineered At – Louder Studios
- Mixed At – Louder Studios
- Mastered At – Louder Studios
- Recorded At – Studio B
- Bass – Bryan Beeson
- Bass, Vocals, Lyrics By [composed, edited, and arranged], Artwork, Design, Layout – Aaron John Gregory*
- Cello [written and performed by] – Jackie Perez Gratz* (tracks: B3, B5)
- Drums – Zack Farwell
- Keyboards, Piano – Andrews Southard*
- Producer – Tim Green
- Producer, Written By – SQUALUS
- Recorded By – Robi Kauer
NotesLimited release of 300.
Includes insert and download code.
From the insert:
All lyrics composed, edited, and arranged by Aaron John Gregory, respectfully mined from the original literary source material, written by Peter Benchley , and quoted from the film adaptation and screenplay written by Benchley and Carl Gottleib , except for "Show Me The Way To Go Home", written by Irving King, 1925.
Lyrics can be found at thissongisaboutsharks.net
"Townmeeting" nails on chalkboard sound created and recorded by Beeson.
"He Ate The Light" shark death growls by Sherman, recorded by Beeson
"Jack The Ripper" dialogue arrange and edited by Southard.
This work has no affiliaton with the Benchley estate, Universal Studios, Bantam or Doubleday Publishing, and is strictly an artistic homage to the novel JAWS - written by Peter Benchley - and the film directed by Spielberg
Peter Benchley (1940-2006)
Robert Shaw (1927-1978)
Roy Scheider (1932-2008)
Murray Hamilton (1923-1986)
Chris Rebello (1963-2000)
Richard D. Zanuck (1934-2012)
David Brown (1916-2010)
Paul Bacon (1923-2015)
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 020286224440
|TL119||Squalus||The Great Fish (CD, Album)||Translation Loss Records||TL119||US||2017|
|TL119-I||Squalus||The Great Fish... (LP, Album, Meg)||Translation Loss Records||TL119-I||US||2017|
The Great Fish by Squalus, released 15 September 2017 1. The Great Fish 2. Flesh, Bone, and Rubber 3. Town Meeting 4. Swim Charlie, Swim 5. Jack the Ripper 6. Eating Machine in the Pond 7. City Hands 8. The Orca 9. The USS Indianapolis 10. Show Me the Way to Go Home 11. He Ate the Light. but all of my suspicions were blown away as soon as the first track 'The Great Fish' kicks into gear around the 1:40 mark. From that moment onward I never again questioned this brilliant album. One of the most original and captivating concept albums I've had the pleasure to hear.
Дата релиза 15 Сентябрь 2017. Лейблы Translation Loss Records. Музыкальный стильSludge Metal. Владельцы этого альбома0.
Translation Loss Records. The Great Fish (CD, Album). Album of the year 2017. Plus, beautiful packaging and art, vinyl is beautiful, and sound is great. Reply Notify me Helpful. Marketplace 2 For Sale from €1. 9.
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by Tim ColemanJanuary 22, 2018January 22, 20182. If you had introduced me to a band such as Squalus a few years ago, I would have given a blank, uninterested listen and never touched on the music again. After beginning to play an instrument myself, though, my appreciation for music really kicked off. I began to delve more and more into bands that were unique, and progressive metal became more and more present in my weekly playlist. Recently I found a band named Giant Squid, and they are different than anything I have ever heard.
The Great Fish ultimately provides listeners with an exciting, nail-biting take on a familiar struggle. The music and approach are brave and beautiful; repeated listens reveal untold nuances that will inspire their own hours of exploration. Aaron John Gregory, who also designed the album's cover, speaks more about the album below. This is the first album from Squalus but you’ve all worked together before
Band: Squalus Album: The Great Fish Type: Full-length Released: September 15, 2017 Genre: Doom Metal, Sludge Metal Country: United States (San Francisco, California) Quality: mp3 320 kbps Label: Independent. Tracklist: 1. The Orca 05:02 9.
The Great Fish Tracklist. Jack The Ripper Lyrics. About The Great Fish. The Great Fish Q&A.
Their debut album, The Great Fish, walks the line between death and doom metal, with a lot of atmospheric tendencies, some sludge, and synthwave, I guess, into a somehow cohesive whole. Bass-driven metal acts are not a new thing by any means, but there are many pitfalls on the way to make them interesting and appealing, into which many of the contenders inadvertently get trapped. Two of the most obvious ones are the frequency range and the timbral diversity. Squalus hopefully avoids both with the inclusion of keyboards
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