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Q And Not U - Different Damage mp3 album

Q And Not U - Different Damage

Musician: Q And Not U
Album title: Different Damage
Style: Math Rock, Indie Rock
Released: 2002
Country: US
Size MP3 version: 1183 mb
Size APE version: 1465 mb
Size WMA version: 1192 mb
Rating ✫: 4.7
Votes: 114
Format: MMF MP4 AC3 FLAC MIDI MP2 AHX
Genre: Rock

Q And Not U - Different Damage mp3 album

Q And Not U - Different Damage mp3 album

Tracklist

1 Soft Pyramids 4:04
2 So Many Animal Calls 2:08
3 Air Conditions 3:58
4 Black Plastic Bag 2:15
5 Meet Me In The Pocket 4:29
6 This Are Flashes 3:08
7 Everybody Ruins 1:51
8 Snow Patterns 2:59
9 When The Lines Go Down 2:26
10 O'No 1:13
11 No Damage Nocturne 3:28
12 Recreation Myth 3:53

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Inner Ear Studios
  • Mastered At – Silver Sonya

Credits

  • Artwork [Assembly] – Jeff Nelson, Q And Not U
  • Design – Q And Not U
  • Mastered By – Chad Clark
  • Performer – Chris Richards , Harris Klahr, John Davis
  • Photography By – Shawn Brackbill
  • Producer, Engineer – Don Zientara, Ian Mackaye

Notes

Recorded at Inner Ear Studios, May/June 2002.
Mastered at Silver Sonya.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
DIS133V Q And Not U Different Damage ‎(LP, Album, RE, RM, Blu) Dischord Records DIS133V US 2009
DIS133V Q And Not U Different Damage ‎(LP, Album) Dischord Records DIS133V US 2002
DIS133V Q And Not U Different Damage ‎(LP, Album, RE, RM) Dischord Records DIS133V US 2009



Vivados
This album is pretty much genius and fucking brilliant, but Dischord's Q and Not U is making some of the most vital and exciting indie music right now. They use diverse instrumentation and odd rhythms to craft instantly hummable songs that get better with each listen. It pleases my progressive leaning side and the side of me that appreciates a good tune. Ian McKaye endlessly praises Q and Not U for breathing life into Dischord and the DC indie scene in general. Shame they don't get as much recognition as a few of their contemporaries. My favorite songs are: Soft Pyramid (the textures on this so sparse yet so lush... and check that melodica solo), So Many Animal Calls (driven by an insanely catchy bassline) and Black Plastic Bag.