Trace adkins dreamin out loud album download

August 25, 2021 / Rating: 4.6 / Views: 718

Gallery of Images "Trace adkins dreamin out loud album download" (37 pics):

Nine inch nails album download

Founded in Cleveland, USA in 1988 - Still active as of 2018Michael Trent Reznor - Born May 17, 1965 (New Castle, Pennsylvania) US band NINE INCH NAILS was more or less formed in 1988 by Trent Reznor, and while other musicians have participated in various manners over the years the band is first and foremost his solo project. The early start of this band occurred when Reznor worked as a janitor and assistant engineer at Right Track Studios, and asked the owner Bert Koster to be allowed to record some music of his own in the studio when it wasn't otherwise occupied. The subsequent demo recordings, where Reznor handled all instruments apart from drums himself, landed him a record contract with TVT Records, and 10 cuts from these demos were polished and issued as the first Ni N album Pretty Hate Machine in 1989. The album eventually sold to platinum, one of the best selling independently releases records of all time. Tours in the US and Europe followed until 1991, when his record label pressured Reznor to start recording more studio material.1992 saw the release of two EP's under the Ni N moniker. The 8 track EP Broken was another highly successful venture, and while arguably better known for the promotional videos made for the singles released from the EP it was commercially highly succesfull as well, and eventually lead to Reznor getting two Grammy awards. The remix EP Fixed followed towards the end of the year. Citing inspirations by Pink Floyd (The Wall) and David Bowie (Low), The Downward Spiral was Reznor's next full length effort to be issued under the Nine Inch Nail's moniker. And like his previous efforts it proved to be a massive commercial success, and is regarded as a major artistic achievement as well. The album appears in numerous lists of the most important albums of all times, whether they are based on commercial or artistic principles. The tour in support of the album was as massive a success as the album itself, and lifted Trent Reznor once and for all up to the major artist level. Even the remix album Further Down the Spiral became a commercial success story, shifting enough copies to achieve the Gold Album merit shortly after it's release. Addiction problems and writer's block stopped the further evolvement of the project dead in it's tracks though, but while battling these demons Reznor got the opportunity to produce the soundtrack for the David Lynch movie Lost Highway. Founded in Cleveland, USA in 1988 - Still active as of 2018Michael Trent Reznor - Born May 17, 1965 (New Castle, Pennsylvania) US band NINE INCH NAILS was more or less formed in 1988 by Trent Reznor, and while other musicians have participated in various manners over the years the band is first and foremost his solo project. The early start of this band occurred when Reznor worked as a janitor and assistant engineer at Right Track Studios, and asked the owner Bert Koster to be allowed to record some music of his own in the studio when it wasn't otherwise occupied. The subsequent demo recordings, where Reznor handled all instruments apart from drums himself, landed him a record contract with TVT Records, and 10 cuts from these demos were polished and issued as the first Ni N album Pretty Hate Machine in 1989. The album eventually sold to platinum, one of the best selling independently releases records of all time. Tours in the US and Europe followed until 1991, when his record label pressured Reznor to start recording more studio material.1992 saw the release of two EP's under the Ni N moniker. The 8 track EP Broken was another highly successful venture, and while arguably better known for the promotional videos made for the singles released from the EP it was commercially highly succesfull as well, and eventually lead to Reznor getting two Grammy awards. The remix EP Fixed followed towards the end of the year. Citing inspirations by Pink Floyd (The Wall) and David Bowie (Low), The Downward Spiral was Reznor's next full length effort to be issued under the Nine Inch Nail's moniker. And like his previous efforts it proved to be a massive commercial success, and is regarded as a major artistic achievement as well. The album appears in numerous lists of the most important albums of all times, whether they are based on commercial or artistic principles. The tour in support of the album was as massive a success as the album itself, and lifted Trent Reznor once and for all up to the major artist level. Even the remix album Further Down the Spiral became a commercial success story, shifting enough copies to achieve the Gold Album merit shortly after it's release. Addiction problems and writer's block stopped the further evolvement of the project dead in it's tracks though, but while battling these demons Reznor got the opportunity to produce the soundtrack for the David Lynch movie Lost Highway. He contributed with the tune The Perfect Drug himself, on a soundtrack CD that also introduced a band like Rammstein to a wider audience. When the next studio effort by Ni N appeared in September 1999, five years in the making, it came in the shape of the double album The Fragile. And while the album got many favorable reviews and initially sold well, it didn't achieve the same level of commercial success as it's predecessors. Still, with more than 200.000 copies sold in the first week alone this venture must still be deemed to be a successful effort, and while Reznor had to fund the subsequent tour himself no sources indicates that he lost any money on this. When the promotional tour ended in 2000 a new remix album saw the light of day in 2000, Things Falling Apart, and in 2002 the live album And All That Could Have been showcased what this tour had been like for the audience. In the following years Reznor's life was dominated by a continued battle with alcohol and substance abuse, and in the wake of that prolonged fight with his inner demons a new album finally saw the light of day in 2005 in the shape of With Teeth. Another commercially successful venture, it was also a historical release due to the manner in which Reznor chose to promote the album, using the now highly popular internet to raise a lot of interest in both the album itself as well as the various singles released from it.2007 saw the release of the fifth Ni N production Year Zero, a dystopian concept album predicting the state of affairs in the USA in 2022. Again an artistic and commercial success, and again a historical release seen from a promotional point of view, with a major scale alternate reality game used to good effect for the marketing of this effort.2008 saw Reznor making two historical album releases. At first the four part dual disc experimental effort Ghosts I-IV and then the somewhat more regular album The Slip. Both productions were issued under a Creative Commons licence, and the latter was made available as a free download. Both ventures were given subsequent physical releases in various forms of limited editions which all sold out, even the deluxe edition of Ghosts, with a retail price of 300 dollars each, sold out in just three days. Later in 2008 Nine Inch Nails hit the road again, in what may have been the last ever live performances from the unit as a live entity. Following the tour concert equipment was sold on ebay, and Reznor was quoted on the fact that there would be no more concerts from Nine Inch Nails in the foreseeable future, but that he would continue to make music. A collaborative effort with Gary Numan is expected sometime in the future, but when and to what extent is so far unknown. Indications have been given that new material from Nine Inch Nails will be forthcoming sometime in 2010, but nothing substantial has been issued on this so far, just subtle hints that may or may not indicate that something is going on. Trent Reznor's project Nine Inch Nails 'Ghosts' albums have given progressive creds to the artist. First, in 2008, he released the 'Ghosts I-IV' album with a huge collection of somewhat short, but experimental and interesting instrumentals. The album was a pleasant surprise for many listeners that has been fans of previous NIN albums as it was something no one really expected. Then in 2020, during the pandemic, he released two more albums simultaneously that continued on with the 'Ghost' project, namely 'Ghost V: Together' (which is mostly ambient and atmospheric) and this album, 'Ghosts VI: Locusts'. These two albums differ a bit from the first album in that the tracks all have individual names. The tracks on these albums are much longer (for the most part) and as a result, but albums feel more like complete, concise albums. The styles of these two album differ a bit from each other. They are both instrumental, but where 'Ghosts V' has more of a calming effect with fuzzy and unclear tones and styles, 'Ghosts VI' is brighter and has a more focused style, the notes clear and with less background noise. 'VI' also has more tracks than 'V' (most of the tracks on 'V' were quite long) and is about 10 minutes longer. The tracks are more varied as far as timing goes with a few tracks being over 10 minutes, a few more that are around 7-9 minutes, and a big handful that are shorter. This album begins with a more varied approach among the tracks, but as it moves into the 2nd half, things seem to get more and more bleak sounding. To me, this is the best of the 'Ghosts' projects to date, especially the first half, which is at times, surprisingly Avant-prog sounding, enough to even make pan-heads get excited. The Cursed Clock - Sparse and spooky with a simple piano with treatments. This one proves that darkness and evil can be portrayed without a lot of noise. There is a running piano passage going on underneath the slower low piano chords and the constant chiming of the clock represented by repetitive piano notes and some cool treatments. Where the previous part of the Ghosts series was murky and muddled, this one in contrast is bright and upfront. Around Every Corner - We move right into the next track as the style from the previous gets built upon. A few more instruments get added into the mix and some surprising heavy riffs get thrown in from time to time. Some brass plays along plaintively, but tension builds and builds with the piano pushing it all forward. Things stay mostly sparse and clear giving this album a completely different feel. There is an undercurrent of uneasiness underneath everything with shifting, shuffling effects squirming along as the worms bore into your mind. The Worriment Waltz - A slow, wandering waltz with more treated piano and etc. A sudden escalation of noise increases in the second half which is suddenly cut off as a dark drone and a solitary muted trumpet plays. Run Like Hell - A percussive pattern carries this one forward as low synth notes rumble underneath and the muted trumpet plays. After a few minutes, a heavy beat comes in while the trumpet and effects carry on. It soon goes back to the original percussive pattern again while the sound tends to meld together as it continues along and then separates again. When It Happens (Don't Mind Me) - Sudden bright, clangy tones play in patterns with other treated sounds while remaining rhythmic. Sudden eruptions of noise and harshness come and go. Another Crashed Car - Quiet, sparse and dark mostly made up of a repeated piano note and a lot of unsettling noises. Temp Fix - Distorted instruments against a strict rhythm, but no melody. Trust Fades - Returns to the muffled feel of the last album with notes being bent and manipulated so that a melody can't be picked out. All the while, there is quite an uneasy and quiet tension to it all. A Really Bad Night - Slow moving treated piano underlayed by nightmarish effects buried deep underneath. Your New Normal - A microtonal line runs underneath a dreary synth while twinkling chimes and percussive tones chase each other around. Just Breathe - The most ambient of the tracks on this album. Airy effects play alone until a bright piano plunks single notes slowly along with reverb effects sustaining the single notes out to infinity creating quiet drones through manipulation. The noise builds and layers are added after the piano starts and dark tension builds. When the piano eventually stops, you are left alone with a building drone. Right Behind You - Muffled keyboard chords in the darkness. Turn This Off Please - A churning background against ominous sounds. A trumpet and piano emerge from the depths but remain mostly submerged under the percussive noises. Almost halfway through, the churning machine in the background becomes louder and tension builds, and then suddenly pulls back again. So Tired - Treated piano chords ring out solemnly above a continuing drone buried deep into the background and then it all fades to silence. Almost Dawn - Tonal percussion plays over a ominous background sounding like a nightmare nursery. All seems to be in place for a short while until the background becomes louder and louder taking things over and then suddenly disappearing leaving behind the threatening quiet again. I find this album to be the most enjoyable, dynamic and versatile of the Ghosts series albums. Even though it is possibly the darkest of them all, especially in the ominous 2nd half of the album. It all comes off quite effectively and proves once again that Reznor is a musical genius. Many people doubt that NIN's should be included in the Archives, but those people seem to only be familiar with NIN's earlier, industrial-style albums and haven't heard the 'Ghosts' albums. To those listeners I suggest you give them another try, especially with the two latter ones in the series. This one, in my opinion, is an avant-prog masterpiece that utilizes noise rock, ambience, some use of drones at times and electronic wizardry to create some very deep instrumental tracks that can be very emotional and expressive. Founded in Cleveland, USA in 1988 - Still active as of 2018Michael Trent Reznor - Born May 17, 1965 (New Castle, Pennsylvania) US band NINE INCH NAILS was more or less formed in 1988 by Trent Reznor, and while other musicians have participated in various manners over the years the band is first and foremost his solo project. The early start of this band occurred when Reznor worked as a janitor and assistant engineer at Right Track Studios, and asked the owner Bert Koster to be allowed to record some music of his own in the studio when it wasn't otherwise occupied. The subsequent demo recordings, where Reznor handled all instruments apart from drums himself, landed him a record contract with TVT Records, and 10 cuts from these demos were polished and issued as the first Ni N album Pretty Hate Machine in 1989. The album eventually sold to platinum, one of the best selling independently releases records of all time. Tours in the US and Europe followed until 1991, when his record label pressured Reznor to start recording more studio material.1992 saw the release of two EP's under the Ni N moniker. The 8 track EP Broken was another highly successful venture, and while arguably better known for the promotional videos made for the singles released from the EP it was commercially highly succesfull as well, and eventually lead to Reznor getting two Grammy awards. The remix EP Fixed followed towards the end of the year. Citing inspirations by Pink Floyd (The Wall) and David Bowie (Low), The Downward Spiral was Reznor's next full length effort to be issued under the Nine Inch Nail's moniker. And like his previous efforts it proved to be a massive commercial success, and is regarded as a major artistic achievement as well. The album appears in numerous lists of the most important albums of all times, whether they are based on commercial or artistic principles. The tour in support of the album was as massive a success as the album itself, and lifted Trent Reznor once and for all up to the major artist level. Even the remix album Further Down the Spiral became a commercial success story, shifting enough copies to achieve the Gold Album merit shortly after it's release. Addiction problems and writer's block stopped the further evolvement of the project dead in it's tracks though, but while battling these demons Reznor got the opportunity to produce the soundtrack for the David Lynch movie Lost Highway. Founded in Cleveland, USA in 1988 - Still active as of 2018Michael Trent Reznor - Born May 17, 1965 (New Castle, Pennsylvania) US band NINE INCH NAILS was more or less formed in 1988 by Trent Reznor, and while other musicians have participated in various manners over the years the band is first and foremost his solo project. The early start of this band occurred when Reznor worked as a janitor and assistant engineer at Right Track Studios, and asked the owner Bert Koster to be allowed to record some music of his own in the studio when it wasn't otherwise occupied. The subsequent demo recordings, where Reznor handled all instruments apart from drums himself, landed him a record contract with TVT Records, and 10 cuts from these demos were polished and issued as the first Ni N album Pretty Hate Machine in 1989. The album eventually sold to platinum, one of the best selling independently releases records of all time. Tours in the US and Europe followed until 1991, when his record label pressured Reznor to start recording more studio material.1992 saw the release of two EP's under the Ni N moniker. The 8 track EP Broken was another highly successful venture, and while arguably better known for the promotional videos made for the singles released from the EP it was commercially highly succesfull as well, and eventually lead to Reznor getting two Grammy awards. The remix EP Fixed followed towards the end of the year. Citing inspirations by Pink Floyd (The Wall) and David Bowie (Low), The Downward Spiral was Reznor's next full length effort to be issued under the Nine Inch Nail's moniker. And like his previous efforts it proved to be a massive commercial success, and is regarded as a major artistic achievement as well. The album appears in numerous lists of the most important albums of all times, whether they are based on commercial or artistic principles. The tour in support of the album was as massive a success as the album itself, and lifted Trent Reznor once and for all up to the major artist level. Even the remix album Further Down the Spiral became a commercial success story, shifting enough copies to achieve the Gold Album merit shortly after it's release. Addiction problems and writer's block stopped the further evolvement of the project dead in it's tracks though, but while battling these demons Reznor got the opportunity to produce the soundtrack for the David Lynch movie Lost Highway. He contributed with the tune The Perfect Drug himself, on a soundtrack CD that also introduced a band like Rammstein to a wider audience. When the next studio effort by Ni N appeared in September 1999, five years in the making, it came in the shape of the double album The Fragile. And while the album got many favorable reviews and initially sold well, it didn't achieve the same level of commercial success as it's predecessors. Still, with more than 200.000 copies sold in the first week alone this venture must still be deemed to be a successful effort, and while Reznor had to fund the subsequent tour himself no sources indicates that he lost any money on this. When the promotional tour ended in 2000 a new remix album saw the light of day in 2000, Things Falling Apart, and in 2002 the live album And All That Could Have been showcased what this tour had been like for the audience. In the following years Reznor's life was dominated by a continued battle with alcohol and substance abuse, and in the wake of that prolonged fight with his inner demons a new album finally saw the light of day in 2005 in the shape of With Teeth. Another commercially successful venture, it was also a historical release due to the manner in which Reznor chose to promote the album, using the now highly popular internet to raise a lot of interest in both the album itself as well as the various singles released from it.2007 saw the release of the fifth Ni N production Year Zero, a dystopian concept album predicting the state of affairs in the USA in 2022. Again an artistic and commercial success, and again a historical release seen from a promotional point of view, with a major scale alternate reality game used to good effect for the marketing of this effort.2008 saw Reznor making two historical album releases. At first the four part dual disc experimental effort Ghosts I-IV and then the somewhat more regular album The Slip. Both productions were issued under a Creative Commons licence, and the latter was made available as a free download. Both ventures were given subsequent physical releases in various forms of limited editions which all sold out, even the deluxe edition of Ghosts, with a retail price of 300 dollars each, sold out in just three days. Later in 2008 Nine Inch Nails hit the road again, in what may have been the last ever live performances from the unit as a live entity. Following the tour concert equipment was sold on ebay, and Reznor was quoted on the fact that there would be no more concerts from Nine Inch Nails in the foreseeable future, but that he would continue to make music. A collaborative effort with Gary Numan is expected sometime in the future, but when and to what extent is so far unknown. Indications have been given that new material from Nine Inch Nails will be forthcoming sometime in 2010, but nothing substantial has been issued on this so far, just subtle hints that may or may not indicate that something is going on. Trent Reznor's project Nine Inch Nails 'Ghosts' albums have given progressive creds to the artist. First, in 2008, he released the 'Ghosts I-IV' album with a huge collection of somewhat short, but experimental and interesting instrumentals. The album was a pleasant surprise for many listeners that has been fans of previous NIN albums as it was something no one really expected. Then in 2020, during the pandemic, he released two more albums simultaneously that continued on with the 'Ghost' project, namely 'Ghost V: Together' (which is mostly ambient and atmospheric) and this album, 'Ghosts VI: Locusts'. These two albums differ a bit from the first album in that the tracks all have individual names. The tracks on these albums are much longer (for the most part) and as a result, but albums feel more like complete, concise albums. The styles of these two album differ a bit from each other. They are both instrumental, but where 'Ghosts V' has more of a calming effect with fuzzy and unclear tones and styles, 'Ghosts VI' is brighter and has a more focused style, the notes clear and with less background noise. 'VI' also has more tracks than 'V' (most of the tracks on 'V' were quite long) and is about 10 minutes longer. The tracks are more varied as far as timing goes with a few tracks being over 10 minutes, a few more that are around 7-9 minutes, and a big handful that are shorter. This album begins with a more varied approach among the tracks, but as it moves into the 2nd half, things seem to get more and more bleak sounding. To me, this is the best of the 'Ghosts' projects to date, especially the first half, which is at times, surprisingly Avant-prog sounding, enough to even make pan-heads get excited. The Cursed Clock - Sparse and spooky with a simple piano with treatments. This one proves that darkness and evil can be portrayed without a lot of noise. There is a running piano passage going on underneath the slower low piano chords and the constant chiming of the clock represented by repetitive piano notes and some cool treatments. Where the previous part of the Ghosts series was murky and muddled, this one in contrast is bright and upfront. Around Every Corner - We move right into the next track as the style from the previous gets built upon. A few more instruments get added into the mix and some surprising heavy riffs get thrown in from time to time. Some brass plays along plaintively, but tension builds and builds with the piano pushing it all forward. Things stay mostly sparse and clear giving this album a completely different feel. There is an undercurrent of uneasiness underneath everything with shifting, shuffling effects squirming along as the worms bore into your mind. The Worriment Waltz - A slow, wandering waltz with more treated piano and etc. A sudden escalation of noise increases in the second half which is suddenly cut off as a dark drone and a solitary muted trumpet plays. Run Like Hell - A percussive pattern carries this one forward as low synth notes rumble underneath and the muted trumpet plays. After a few minutes, a heavy beat comes in while the trumpet and effects carry on. It soon goes back to the original percussive pattern again while the sound tends to meld together as it continues along and then separates again. When It Happens (Don't Mind Me) - Sudden bright, clangy tones play in patterns with other treated sounds while remaining rhythmic. Sudden eruptions of noise and harshness come and go. Another Crashed Car - Quiet, sparse and dark mostly made up of a repeated piano note and a lot of unsettling noises. Temp Fix - Distorted instruments against a strict rhythm, but no melody. Trust Fades - Returns to the muffled feel of the last album with notes being bent and manipulated so that a melody can't be picked out. All the while, there is quite an uneasy and quiet tension to it all. A Really Bad Night - Slow moving treated piano underlayed by nightmarish effects buried deep underneath. Your New Normal - A microtonal line runs underneath a dreary synth while twinkling chimes and percussive tones chase each other around. Just Breathe - The most ambient of the tracks on this album. Airy effects play alone until a bright piano plunks single notes slowly along with reverb effects sustaining the single notes out to infinity creating quiet drones through manipulation. The noise builds and layers are added after the piano starts and dark tension builds. When the piano eventually stops, you are left alone with a building drone. Right Behind You - Muffled keyboard chords in the darkness. Turn This Off Please - A churning background against ominous sounds. A trumpet and piano emerge from the depths but remain mostly submerged under the percussive noises. Almost halfway through, the churning machine in the background becomes louder and tension builds, and then suddenly pulls back again. So Tired - Treated piano chords ring out solemnly above a continuing drone buried deep into the background and then it all fades to silence. Almost Dawn - Tonal percussion plays over a ominous background sounding like a nightmare nursery. All seems to be in place for a short while until the background becomes louder and louder taking things over and then suddenly disappearing leaving behind the threatening quiet again. I find this album to be the most enjoyable, dynamic and versatile of the Ghosts series albums. Even though it is possibly the darkest of them all, especially in the ominous 2nd half of the album. It all comes off quite effectively and proves once again that Reznor is a musical genius. Many people doubt that NIN's should be included in the Archives, but those people seem to only be familiar with NIN's earlier, industrial-style albums and haven't heard the 'Ghosts' albums. To those listeners I suggest you give them another try, especially with the two latter ones in the series. This one, in my opinion, is an avant-prog masterpiece that utilizes noise rock, ambience, some use of drones at times and electronic wizardry to create some very deep instrumental tracks that can be very emotional and expressive.

date: 25-Aug-2021 22:02next


2020-2021 © a.free-online-arcade-games.com
Sitemap