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Owen - The King Of Whys Album


Performer: Owen
Genre: Rock
Title: The King Of Whys
Country: UK & Europe
Released: 2016
Label: Wichita
FLAC version ZIP size: 2923 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 2183 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1696 mb
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 702

Tracklist

1Lovers Come And Go
2Settled Down
3Empty Bottle
4Lost
5Saltwater
6Sleep Is A Myth
7A Burning Soul
8The Desperate Act
9Tourniquet
10An Island

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
PRC-316Owen The King Of Whys ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, Red)Polyvinyl Record CompanyPRC-316USA & Canada2016
PRC-316Owen The King Of Whys ‎(LP, TP)Polyvinyl Record CompanyPRC-316US2016
PRC-316Owen The King Of Whys ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, Blu)Polyvinyl Record CompanyPRC-3162016
PRC-316Owen The King Of Whys ‎(Cass, Album, Roy)Polyvinyl Record CompanyPRC-316US2016
WEBB485CDOwen The King Of Whys ‎(CD, 4-p)WichitaWEBB485CDUK2016

Notes

Wraparound insert.

Album

The King of Whys by Owen, released 29 July 2016 1. Empty Bottle 2. The Desperate 3. Settled Down 4. Lovers Come And Go 5. Tourniquet 6. A Burning Soul 7. Saltwater 8. An Island 9. Sleep Is a Myth 10. Lost Owen the acclaimed solo musical guise of singersongwritermulti-instrumentalist Mike Kinsella has made an astonishing leap forward with The King of Whys, the first work in his two-decade-plus career to be made entirely outside of the greater Chicagoland area. The King of Whys, Owen Mike Kinsella's new full-length album, out 729 King of Whys is the ninth studio album by Chicago musician Mike Kinsella under the moniker Owen. Announced on May 25, 2016, the record was released on July 29, 2016. The album was recorded at April Base Studios in Eau Claire, WI. The first single, Lost, was released via NPR on May 25, 2016. Kinsella collaborated with S. Carey who produced the album during two nine-day sessions. Album 2016 10 Songs. The King of Whys Owen. in album Owen - The King Of Whys 2016. Owen - Empty Bottle. Owen - The Desperate Act. Owen - Settled Down. Owen - Lovers Come And Go. The King of Whys is the ninth studio album by Chicago musician Mike Kinsella performing as Owen. Announced on May 25, 2016, the record was released on July 29, 2016 by Polyvinyl Records in the US. Carey, who produced the album during two nine-day sessions. The King of Whys was released as news of the new record began to pick up steam, which may have garnered some extra attention from those excited for American Football, but also diminished its impact to some extent. This is a shame, as The King of Whys presents the most restrained, poignant picture of Owen since 2006s At Home With Owen. The King of Whys was produced in collaboration with S. Carey, who also serves as the drummer for Bon Iver. This influence is reflected in the chilly, well-spaced production of every song, and this is perhaps most obvious in opener Empty Bottle. The King of Whys is Kinsellas first collection of new material since the wildly successful American Football reunion in 2014, which put him in front of audiences that dwarfed any he saw during that bands initial late-90s run. The King of Whys can often seem like an answer to that bands self-titled debut album, inverting that records youthful insouciance to express a tenderized, emotionally exhausted adult mindset. Dont worry about the money, well get by or we wont, Kinsella sighs on Sleep Is a Myth, before seemingly muttering into his sleeve, You look better hungry. The album is otherwise not likely to stand out among Owen's catalog, but it's still an affecting and worthwhile effort from an artist who's as reliably tuneful as candid. The King of Whys. Released 2016. The King of Whys Tracklist. Empty Bottle Lyrics. Produced by S. Carey over 18 days last winter at April Base Studios in Eau Claire, WI, the album is Owens most inspired and evocative thus far, interpolating a group dynamic into what has long been an intensely intimate sound. The King of Whys Q&A

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