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After producing so much strong music in such a short period of time, the group went into a period of hibernation, alienated by the typical build-them-up-and-knock-them-down cycle of saturation coverage by the English press, and a chronic inability to break into the U. The early '90s were xenophobic years in the States as MTV and modern-rock radio turned a deaf ear toward even the most amazing British sounds in favor of Seattle grunge.
There were reports that Bell and Gardener were no longer talking the disc was the first to feature individual songwriting credits , and the album's original producer, George Drakoulis Jayhawks, Black Crowes , walked off the project after several weeks to work with Primal Scream.
But while the crafting "Carnival of Light" might have been laborious, the result was well worth the trouble. By '94, voracious rock fans Gardener and Bell had internalized 25 years of inventive guitar rock, and the disc boasts echoes of the Floyd, the Rolling Stones, Gram Parsons-era Byrds, and psychedelic folkies the Incredible String Band notably on a sitar-driven instrumental called "Rolling Thunder".
Deep Purple organist Jon Lord made a guest appearance in the studio, and the band recorded an incendiary cover of "How Does It Feel to Feel" by the Creation, the legendary psychedelic mod band that gave Creation Records its name and which employed a violin bow for its chaotic guitar solos years before Jimmy Page stole the trick for Led Zeppelin.
An April March — Memory 2. Flying Saucer Attack — Soaring High 3. Drugstore — Alive 4. Secret Shine — Loveblind 5. Mercury Rev — Bronx Cheer 6. The Curtain Society — Chelsea 7.
Seefeel — Plainsong 8. Spindrift — Surround Sound 9. Rollerskate Skinny — Miss Leader Bardo Pond — Die Easy Swirl — The Last Unicorn Bowery Electric — Next To Nothing Bethany Curve — Me Voy Astrobrite — Orange Creamsickle Luna — 23 Minutes In Brussels. Reissue of debut album to celebrate the 25th anniversary. Released as limited edition copies double splatter vinyl also featuring additional tracks from Fall EP and Today Forever EP not featured on original pressing.
The single was released digitally with a Vapour Mix and a Trail Mix. Seagull was featured on a compilation of tracks inspired by The Byrds given away free with the November issue of Uncut Magazine. Music For A Good Home 2 is the third Audioscope release and includes exclusive and rare tracks from artists who have either performed at or supported the festival.
Four Tet - Audioscope 2. Wire - Moreover live in Lausanne 3. Listing Ships - American Steam Company 4. Boxcutter - Cheetah Dub 5. Felix - Circus 6. Warm Digits - Sleep Thieves 7. The Telescopes - Dead Already Richard Walters - Something Once Beat Deco Child - Southpaw Karma To Burn - Jimmy D slight reprise SJ Esau - Why Angry?
Action Beat - Toad Coloureds - Ted Nelson Mugstar - Bardo Head Karhide - Rough Sleep The Half Rabbits - Mayday Laura Moody - Oh Mother Kogumaza - Sevens Phil McMinn - The General Dethscalator - Aids Atlas Kill Murray - Pheromones Caretaker - Yeehah The Cellar Family - Someone New Magnetophone - All She Could FindCarnival of Light is the third studio album by British rock band Ride, released in June via Creation Records. The album showcased the band's shift from shoegazing to a more traditional, psychedelic rock sound.