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Erlend Øye - Unrest download
Performer: Erlend Øye
Title: Unrest
Released: 2002
Style: Downtempo, Synth-pop
Genre: Electronic / Pop
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 708
FLAC size: 1078 mb
MP3 size: 2056 mb


Like Gold4:22
Every Party Has A Winner And A Loser4:57
Prego Amore3:55
Ghost Trains4:32
A While Ago And Recently7:00
Sudden Rush4:22
The Athlete4:42
Sheltered Life3:24
Symptom Of Disease4:22
The Talk3:39


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
CDSOUR052, 724381332122Erlend Øye Unrest ‎(CD, Album)Source, SourceCDSOUR052, 724381332122UK & Europe2003
CDSOURDJ 052Erlend Øye Unrest ‎(CD, Promo)SourceCDSOURDJ 052UK2002
SOURLP052, Sourlp052Erlend Øye Unrest ‎(2xLP, Album)Source, SourceSOURLP052, Sourlp052UK2003
ASW13321, 724381332122Erlend Øye Unrest ‎(CD, Album)Astralwerks, SourceASW13321, 724381332122US2003
none, ASW 13321Erlend Øye Unrest ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial)Not On Label, Astralwerks none, ASW 13321Russia2003
CDSOUR052Erlend Øye Unrest ‎(CDr, Promo)SourceCDSOUR052UK2003


Unrest is the debut solo album from Kings of Convenience and The Whitest Boy Alive singer Erlend Øye, released by the record label Astralwerks in 2003. Each track on the record was recorded in a different Øye - Unrest 2003. To favorites 1 Download album. Listen album. Synthpop Downtempo. Erlend Øye. Songs in album Erlend Øye - Unrest 2003. Erlend Øye - Ghost Trains Feat. Morgan Geist. Erlend Øye - Sheltered Life Feat. Erlend Øye - Sudden Rush Feat. Erlend Øye - Prego Amore Feat. Jolly Music. Erlend Øye - Every Party Has A Winner And A Loser Feat. Prefuse 73. Erlend Øye - The Athlete Feat. Erlend Øye - Symptom Of Disease Feat. Velcro Fastener. Erlend Øye - The Talk Feat. Bjørn Torske. Listen free to Erlend Øye Unrest Ghost Trains, Sheltered Life and more. 10 tracks 43:38. From the outside looking in, without having heard the music, it seems like Erlend Øye's intent with Unrest was to make an album that defined the antithesis of cohesion. First, there's the title. Second, there's the way this album came together: ten songs from ten cities - from Berlin to Brooklyn to Barcelona - with as many producers. And yet, Unrest is as uniform as an album can be, made up of three- to four-minute songs full of somber hooks that can be loosely categorized as very modern synth pop. Посмотреть сведения об участниках альбома, рецензии, композиции и приобрести альбом 2003 CD от Unrest на is the debut solo album by Erlend Øye, released by the record label Astralwerks in 2003. Each track on the record was recorded in a different city. Inspired by his appearances with Monument songs Poor Leno and Remind Me and Jolly Music song Talco Uno , Erlend has concocted an entirely electronic solo debut. According to the back cover, Erlend travelled to ten different cities across Europe and the USA working with local producers. Unrest Q&A. More Erlend Øye albums. For faster navigation, this Iframe is preloading the Wikiwand page for Unrest Erlend Øye album


Erlend Øye da un corridoio qualsiasi della Baja California Stefano Ortisi da casa sua all'Arenella Marco Castello dallo sgabuzzino in Luigi Orofino dalla rigogliosissima giungla ennese. For The Time Being Erlend Øye from any corridor in Baja California Stefano Ortisi from his home to Arenella Marco Castello from the closet on the balcony Luigi Orofino from the lush Ennese jungle. Listen to music from Erlend Øye like La Prima Estate, For The Time Being & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Erlend Øye. Erlend Øye was born on 21 November, 1975, in Bergen. He grew up listening to Leonard Cohen, Nick Drake, Suzanne Vega and The Smiths. During high school in the mid-'90s, he and some friends formed the band Skog forest in Norwegian, taking inspiration from A Forest by The Cur read more. Erlend Øye born 21 November 1975 is a Norwegian composer, musician, producer, singer and songwriter from Bergen, best known for being one half of the indie folk duo Kings of Convenience, along with Eirik Glambek Bøe. Among other musical projects he is front-man for the band The Whitest Boy Alive, and has contributed to tracks by electronic music artists such as Dntel and Norwegian duo Röyksopp. He is also the co-founder of the independent label Bubbles Records. Since 2012 he has lived in Sicily and. Erlend Oye: Altiplano, A Place In My Heart, A Place In My Heart и другие песни. Artist Erlend Øye Song Estate Author Bruno Martino Director Luca Merli. Erlend Øye Фото исполнителя Erlend Øye. Erlend Oye. All songs by Erlend Øye. Erlend Øye. Biography by Timothy Monger. Follow Artist. Prolific Norwegian indie pop singersongwriter known for his projects Kings of Convenience and The Whitest Boy Alive. Read Full Biography. Overview . Biography . DJ-Kicks: Erlend Øye is a DJ mix album, mixed by Erlend Øye. It was released on 19 April 2004 on the Studio K7 independent record label as part of the DJ-Kicks series. All vocals on the a cappella tracks are performed by Øye. The album was awarded a silver certification from the Independent Music Companies Association which indicated sales of at least 30,000 copies throughout Europe. Online music magazine Pitchfork placed Erlend Øye's DJ-Kicks at number 148 on its list of top 200 albums of the 2000s


Erlend Øye is half Norwegian duo Kings Of Convenience. Following their debut album Quiet Is The New Loud were they in 2001 as the ' new Simon & Garfunkel '. On that cd were indeed fragile, vocals acoustic songs had Kings Of Convenience at the so-called ' New Acoustic Movement '. It soon became apparent that this was not quite right, because on the remix album Versus (2001) they worked with dance and electro acts such as Ladytron, Four Tet and Röyksopp. The solo trip by Erlend Øye is an extension of Versus. He took the songs on in ten different cities (including New York, Rome, Barcelona, Helsinki and Berlin) and with ten different producers (such as Morgan Geist, Prefuse 73, Björn Harty44, Jolly Music and Schneider TM). The result is a handsome and adventurous mix of traditional pop songs composed with modern dance and electro. Unrest is an album you can listen anywhere: at home on the couch but also in hip dance and lounge-occasions. As a result, it head and shoulders above most other electro-albums.
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The hidden remix of Symptom Of Disease on the US pressing is the Mesak Mix. Mesak has added the instrumental version of the mix to his SoundCloud, confirming the CD contains the vocal version of the same mix. You can listen to the instrumental via the following link.
Songs about waiting, and about all the little thoughts and frustrations that surface during those agonising spaces of nothing.10 single-track collaborations in 10 different cities.Pop minimalist, tragedy, and enough versatility for........ a generation of Volkswagen advertisements.
Erlend Oye, one half of the Kings of Convenience, teams up with a slew of international producers for his solo debut, UNREST. And, thanks to his strong songwriting and the producers' skill, this results in an outstanding album. Morgan Geist helps Erlend transform "Ghost Train" into a moody piece of electro, while "Sheltered Life" (with Soviet) is electro of a poppier vein. "Sudden Rush" is a subdued house track, with a chorus that'll have you tapping your feet and nodding your head. Part of Oye's strength is his lyric writing, which thankfully avoids cliche for the most part. But Jolly Music makes "Prego Amore" a pleasurable trip, with its staccato lyrics and peppy rhythm. "Every Party (Has A Winner and a Loser)," with the help of Prefuse 73, is sardonic blip-hop, while "Symptom of Disease" is a speedy little number. Bjorn Torske works his tech-house magic on "The Talk," and Schneider TM bleeps his way through "Like Gold," a track that brigns to mind the gorgeous Schneider's collaboration with KPT Michigan, "The Light 3000." For patient folks, there's hidden track, a remix of "Symptom of Disease" far into the last track. It's worth the wait.
Erlend Oye know his way around the block, this particular block being our own wide world. He can also discern the good from the great as he builds 10 tracks based on the best attributes of 1980’s electro–pop presented in his new album UNREST. Conjuring able assistance from like musical peers, Erlend travels to ten different cities over 12 months to custom craft 10 delightful tracks that are so simplistic that they should attract broad appeal without alienating critics nor fans. Morgan Geist, Prefuse 73, Bjorn Torske, Schneider TM, and Mr. Velcro Fastener lend credibility, and creativity to the kind of songs that get stuck in your subconscious with pleasant results. From safety to everywhere, UNREST is a double plus good with a bullet to the present.
There is no vocal on earth that makes me laugh , swoon and smile all at the same time quite like Erlend Oye's. While he had me fooled on Royksopp's "Remind Me" from Melody AM, I quickly discovered his King's of Convenience versus Remix CD.He also does a lovely version of "Last Christmas" on the Seasonal Gretings CD Compilation.

I am just waiting to hear him clear his throat and get ready to begin. Anxiously awaiting the release of Unrest with a gatehring of artists that will be a trip and a half! DocHawk- Karen
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