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The Pirate Ship Quintet - The Pirate Ship Quintet mp3 album

The Pirate Ship Quintet - The Pirate Ship Quintet

Musician: The Pirate Ship Quintet
Album title: The Pirate Ship Quintet
Style: Post Rock
Released: 2007
Country: UK
Size MP3 version: 1677 mb
Size APE version: 1454 mb
Size WMA version: 1461 mb
Rating ✫: 4.1
Votes: 803
Format: TTA MP1 APE MIDI MMF AUD DTS
Genre: Rock

The Pirate Ship Quintet - The Pirate Ship Quintet mp3 album

The Pirate Ship Quintet - The Pirate Ship Quintet mp3 album

Tracklist

1 Lost Science 10:58
2 I Kina Spiser De Hund 8:43
3 Pirate Ship 11:05

Credits

  • Artwork By – Emily Golden, Lucy Oldfield
  • Mastered By – Magnus Lindberg
  • Mixed By [With Help From] – Dave Thomas , Tim Sharpe
  • Written-By, Recorded By, Mixed By – The Pirate Ship Quintet

Notes

Mastered at Tonteknik Recording AB, Umea, Sweden.

Matte finish digipack, initial pressing of 1000 copies.

(C)2006

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SD007LP The Pirate Ship Quintet The Pirate Ship Quintet ‎(12", EP, Ltd, Whi) Sound Devastation Records SD007LP UK 2007
DEN133 The Pirate Ship Quintet The Pirate Ship Quintet ‎(12", Ltd, RE) Denovali Records DEN133 Germany 2012
DEN133 The Pirate Ship Quintet The Pirate Ship Quintet ‎(CD, EP, RP) Denovali Records DEN133 Germany 2012
DEN133 The Pirate Ship Quintet The Pirate Ship Quintet ‎(12", Ltd, RE, Roy) Denovali Records DEN133 Germany 2012



Glei
At only three tracks, The Pirate Ship Quintet's first self titled EP, progresses the future of post-rock with an incredible dynamic acceleration. Super charged with emotion, one can not help but anticipate the explosive breakdowns as they crescendo with a cello, piano, and brass. The British eight-piece "quintet" [don't ask - see their myspace explanation] is quietly straying away from limelight, but I can already predict their effect on the scene as they pick up where others have left off to carry on the baton of the genre. It is no coincidence that TPSQ shows up on my rotations within a week from Yndi Halda. Both bands seem to be at the top of my instrumental and orchestral (if you will) post-rock album lists. But the quintet is a bit darker, at times almost post-metal, with abruptly collapsing walls of sound and the following void that's filled by a sobbing cello in the corner or a lost trumpet in the woods. Recommended if you like From The Sky, Mt., Blueneck, 65daysofstatic and of course Yndi Halda. All three tracks get 5+ stars from me.