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The Notwist - The Messier Objects album download

Performer:

The Notwist

Title:

The Messier Objects

Genre:

Electro / Classical / Screen / Stage

MP3 album size:

1124 mb

Other music formats:

DTS AIFF VOX WMA AUD ADX WAV

Rating:

4.3 ✱

Style:

Score, Contemporary

Country:

Germany

The Notwist - The Messier Objects album download

Released: 24 Oct 2014. Genre: Electronic, Classical, Stage & Screen.

During the years between 2008's The Devil, You + Me and 2014's Close to the Glass, the members of the Notwist kept themselves busy with solo projects and writing pieces for theater productions and radio plays, some of which are collected in Messier Objects. In the best possible way, the compilation lives up to its name: where Close to the Glass was remarkably polished and focused (and only featured one instrumental, the standout "Lineri"), the band revels in many different approaches and experiments on these tracks.

twɪst/ are a German indie rock band. Formed in 1989, the band moved through several musical incarnations despite maintaining a relatively stable line-up. While their early records moved through heavy metal into dark indie rock, their recent efforts for which they have received the most attention have been strongly influenced by the electronica scene, along with the other groups on the record label Morr Music.

Album: The Messier Objects. FLAC (263 mb): hitfile: download. Previously on NewAlbumReleases. net: October 14, 2016 - The Notwist – Superheroes, Ghostvillains & Stuff (2016). April 27, 2014 - The Notwist – Run Run Run (2014). February 7, 2014 - The Notwist – Close To The Glass (2014).

That may be because The Messier Objects, a collection of instrumental tracks supposedly intended as soundtracks for films, theater productions and radio dramas, is the German indie rockers 10th release since their first self-titled album was released nearly 25 years ago in 1991. Starting out as a noisy punk/metal band, most listeners probably became familiar with them after their breakout release, 2002’s Neon Golden. To preface, to call this a new Notwist album would be entirely misleading, Messier Objects feels more like a B-sides release, at best. The tracks are entirely instrumental and, as mentioned above, are/were intended for use as soundtrack material. The soundtrack to what?, you might ask.

By: The Notwist (2014, Electronic). More albums from The Notwist: Nook by The Notwist. Close To The Glass by The Notwist. Your Choice Live Series by The Notwist. The Notwist by The Notwist. Music For Storm by The Notwist. Shrink by The Notwist. Neon Golden by The Notwist. The Devil, You + Me by The Notwist. View all albums . The Messier Objects. By: The Notwist (2014, Electronic).

LP (12" album, 33 rpm). Notwist Format: Vinyl. When The Notwist returned with their acclaimed seventh studio album Close to the Glass in early 2014, many were enchanted by the epic instrumental track "Lineri. It was the only instrumental track featured on that album, but according to Markus Acher, the band's vocalist, instrumental works had an important role in the album

Released: 24 Oct 2014.

Messier Objects by thenotwist, released 30 January 2015 1. Object 1 2. Object 2 3. Object 3 4. Object 4 5. Object 5 6. Object 6 7. Object 7 8. Object 8 9. Object 9 10. Object 10 11. Object 11 12. Object 12 13. Object 13 14. Object 14 15. Object 15 16. Das Spiel ist aus 1. Between 2008's ‘The Devil, You & Me’ and this year’s 'Close To The Glass', The Notwist not only concentrated on various solo projects, but also worked for several theatre productions and radioplays. The Messier Objects' is a compilation of some of these works. The collection obviously brings to mind the ghosts of Library Music and 70s soundtracks, but can also be heard as a summary of the band's ever evolving musical cosmos: The seventeen featured pieces range from sample-based, electronic collages to the buoyant post-rock of 'Das Spiel ist aus'. It was the only instrumental track featured on that album, but according to Markus Acher, the band's vocalist, instrumental works had an important role in the album

That may be because The Messier Objects, a collection of instrumental tracks supposedly intended as soundtracks for films, theater productions and radio dramas, is the German indie rockers 10th release since their first self-titled album was released nearly 25 years ago in 1991.

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Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Object 1
Written-By – Markus Acher, Martin Gretschmann, Micha Acher
A2 Object 2
Written-By – Markus Acher, Martin Gretschmann, Micha Acher
A3 Object 3
Written-By – Markus Acher, Martin Gretschmann, Micha Acher
A4 Object 4
Written-By – Markus Acher, Micha Acher
A5 Object 5
Written-By – Markus Acher, Micha Acher
A6 Object 6
Written-By – Markus Acher, Micha Acher
A7 Object 7
Written-By – Markus Acher, Micha Acher
B8 Object 8
Written-By – Markus Acher, Martin Gretschmann, Micha Acher
B9 Object 9
Written-By – Markus Acher, Micha Acher
B10 Object 10
Written-By – Markus Acher, Martin Gretschmann, Micha Acher
B11 Object 11
Written-By – Markus Acher, Micha Acher
B12 Object 12
Written-By – Markus Acher, Martin Gretschmann, Micha Acher
B13 Object 13
Written-By – Markus Acher, Martin Gretschmann, Micha Acher
B14 Object 14
Written-By – Markus Acher, Martin Gretschmann, Micha Acher
B15 Object 15
Written-By – Micha Acher
C16 Das Spiel Ist Aus
Mixed By – Olaf O.P.A.L.*Voice – Doseone*, Jordan DalrympleWritten-By – Markus Acher, Micha Acher
C17 Object 16
Written-By – Markus Acher

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Alien Research Center
  • Mixed At – Alien Research Center

Credits

  • Design – David Madson

Notes

repress with orange screenprinted cover. Comes with download code.

Unreleased instrumental soundtracks for theatre plays, radio plays and movies:
"Das Spiel Ist Aus" originally for the radio play "Abschied von den Eltern" by Karl Bruckmaier,
"Merlin" directed by by Christian Stückl and "Das Spiel Ist Aus" directed by Jette Steckel.

Continuous track-numbering on the insert.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text (Sticker)): 8 80918 22091 8
  • Barcode (String): 880918220918
  • Label Code: LC 0197
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, stamped): N 41 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, stamped): N41 LPB2
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C, stamped): N 41 C

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
N41, N 41 The Notwist The Messier Objects ‎(LP + LP, S/Sided, Etch + Album, Ltd) Alien Transistor, Alien Transistor N41, N 41 Germany 2014
none The Notwist The Messier Objects ‎(17xFile, AAC, Album, 256) Alien Transistor none 2015
N41, N 41 The Notwist The Messier Objects ‎(CD, Album) Alien Transistor, Alien Transistor N41, N 41 Germany 2014



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