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The Great Depression - In A Starry State flac album
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The Great Depression - In A Starry State flac album

Album:
In A Starry State
Released:
Genre:
Style:
Post Rock, Indie Rock
MP3 archive size:
1461 mb
FLAC archive size:
1874 mb
Other formats:
MPC RA AIFF MP1 MIDI MP3 XM
Rating:
4.9
Votes:
308

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Discorporate Melody 1:01
2 Hey Go Easy (Serpentina) 3:47
3 New Salem 3:22
4 Visiting On Davenports
Strings – Irv Johnson
4:07
5 Something Like Shame
Mixed By – Bryan Hanna
3:33
6 In A Starry State 4:02
7 Discorporate Melody Reprise 0:58
8 Psirene 4:03
9 Thirteen Bells
Bass – Paul Boblett
4:04
10 A Dreamy Brochure For Elsewhere 3:27
11 Philip K Disco 4:54
12 Sophia And The Fool 3:54

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Littlebig Studio
  • Mastered At – Magneto Mastering

Credits

  • Backing Vocals – Wendy Lewis
  • Mastered By – David S. Gardner*
  • Mixed By – Brent Sigmeth
  • Producer – The Great Depression
  • Recorded By – Brent Sigmeth

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 7 89577 73352 7

The Great Depression is an ever-evolving, experimental recording venture made up of ts, Todd Casper, Chadwick Nelson, Brent Sigmeth, Thomas Cranley, Avedis Manoogian, and Jacob Kofler (1995-present). Preaching to the Fire. One and two and five is eight She left me in a Starry State But there is beauty in our plight. Think of it now I just might get caught up across town and skip tonight. Track Name: Discorporate Melody Reprise.

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The Great Depression severely affected every segment of the economy. It also created programs that prevent depressions from reoccurring. At the beginning of the Great Depression, in the last year of the Roaring Twenties, unemployment was . percent. That's less than the natural rate of unemployment. By 1930, it had more than doubled to . It skyrocketed to 1. percent in 1931 and 2. percent in 1932. By 1933, unemployment was 2. Almost 15 million people were out of work. That was the highest unemployment during the Depression and since then.

Businesses and banks closed their doors, people lost their jobs, homes, and savings, and many depended on charity to survive. In 1933, at the worst point in the depression, more than 15 million r of the nation's workforce-were unemployed. The depression was caused by a number of serious weaknesses in the economy. The depression produced lasting effects on the United States that are still apparent more than half a century after it ended. It led to the election of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, who created the programs known as the New Deal to overcome the effects of the Great Depression. These programs expanded government intervention into new areas of social and economic concerns and created social-assistance measures on the national level.

Unfortunately, during the Great Depression, the Great Plains were hit hard with both a drought and horrendous dust storms, creating what became known as the Dust Bowl. Years and years of overgrazing combined with the effects of a drought caused the grass to disappear. With just topsoil exposed, high winds picked up the loose dirt and whirled it for miles. During the 1932 presidential election, Hoover did not stand a chance at reelection and Franklin D. Roosevelt won in a landslide. People of the United States had high hopes that President Roosevelt would be able to solve all their woes. As soon as Roosevelt took office, he closed all the banks and only let them reopen once they were stabilized.

Great Depression: Great Depression, worldwide economic downturn that began in 1929 and lasted until about 1939. The severity of the Great Depression in the United States becomes especially clear when it is compared with America’s next worst recession, the Great Recession of 2007–09, during which the country’s real GDP declined just . percent and the unemployment rate peaked at less than 10 percent. The Depression affected virtually every country of the world. However, the dates and magnitude of the downturn varied substantially across countries. Table 1 shows the dates of the downturn and upturn in economic activity in a number of countries.

The Great Depression was the worst economic downturn in US history. It began in 1929 and did not abate until the end of the 1930s. The stock market crash of October 1929 signaled the beginning of the Great Depression. Don't forget that the Federal Reserve played a MASSIVE role in exacerbating the great depression to the point that it BECAME a depression in the first place. In many ways, what we now call the "Great Depression" really could have been another recession, but deflationary policies caused a great contraction of the money supply that artificially caused the Great Depression to come about. It is one of the greatest tragedies the American People have unnecessarily suffered as a direct result of government ineptitude.