Conversation Piece by A Lot Like Birds, released 11 October 2011 1. Orange Time Machines Care 2. THINK DIRTY OUT LOUD 3. Vanity's Fair 4. Properties of Friction 5. Truly Random Code 6. Abbr. 7. The Blowtorch Is Applied to the Sugar 8. A Satire of a Satire of a Satire Is Tiring 9. Sesame Street Is No Place for Me 10. Tantrum (Far From the Tree, the Apple Grew Rotten) 11. What Didn't Kill Me Just Got Stronger. Mikkel Hansen This album consist of pure feels and i love it, not much more to say. Saturnin.
In January 2011, A Lot Like Birds confirmed that singer Kurt Travis would be joining the band, after the information had already leaked online. Travis, who had previously fronted Dance Gavin Dance, had originally planned to collaborate with A Lot Like Birds for a track, but decided to join after seeing how well he and the band fit together. Having generated a steady buzz, A Lot Like Birds released their second album, Conversation Piece to much anticipation on October 11. With more focus on vocals than on their first album, Conversation Piece was also less experimental and more focused on post-hardcore elements. The release was generally well received by fans of the genre. With their second album under their belt, the band set out on their first national tour with Just Like Vinyl and Dance Gavin Dance. Conversation Piece Q&A. Producers Kris Crummett.
Artist: A Lot Like Birds. Album: Conversation Piece. Style: Post-hardcore. Format: MP3 320Kbps, FLAC. 07 – The Blowtorch Is Applied to the Sugar 08 – A Satire of a Satire of a Satire Is Tiring 09 – Sesame Street Is No Place for Me 10 – Tantrum 11 – What Didn’t Kill Me Just Got Stronger.
This album has an average beat per minute of 135 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 76/174 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Conversation Piece. BPM Profile Conversation Piece. Album starts at 174BPM, ends at 136BPM (-38), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by A Lot Like Birds.
Album · 2011 · 11 Songs. Conversation Piece A Lot Like Birds. More By A Lot Like Birds.
On Plan B, the debut album by Sacramento, California band A Lot Like Birds, the group was an amorphous collection of musicians from the local scene assembled by guitarist/singer Michael Franzino. For the second album, Conversation Piece, the outfit has coalesced into a unit in which Franzino is joined by guitarist Ben Wiacek, bassist Michael Littlefield, and drummer Joe Arrington, supporting the alternately singing and screaming vocals of Kurt Travis and Cory Lockwood.