Nov 18, · referencing The Future Of What, LP, Album, RE, NUM Pressing sounds great and is a massive improvement over the No Energy boxset version. The artwork looks fantastic and the lyric insert is a nice touch/5(84). The Future of What was the fourth studio album released by the post-hardcore group Unwound, in , on the Kill Rock Stars label.. The vinyl release includes the first thirteen tracks of the. The Future of What by Unwound, released 24 April 1. New Energy 2. Demolished 3. Natural Disasters 4. Re-Enact the Crime 5. Equally Stupid 6. Pardon My French 7. Descension 8. Accidents on Purpose 9. Petals Like Bricks Vern's Answer to the Masses Here Come the Dogs Disappoint Swan Full Explanation of Answer
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It's been said that much of Future 's track list would be right at home on Repetitionespecially tracks like "Natural Disasters" or "New Energy", so why does it always slip through the cracks when fans recall their favourite Unwound moments? The Future of What is Unwound's first attempt at an experimental overhaul, featuring sampled loops and bleak atmosphere not prominent on previous releases, and is one of the most varied albums Album) their discography.
As such, it can easily be shrugged off as a jack-of-all-trades that never quite capitalizes enough on any distinct attribute. This is somewhat of a dysphemism for an album that has something for everyone, as nearly every positive thing you can say about Unwound is present at some point on this release. Justin Trosper delivers his lyrics in his signature 'cryptic-yet-uninterested' fashion, and is hypnotically dreary on songs like "Descension" and "Re-Enact the Crime".
Sara Lund is impeccable on drums throughout, but especially on "Demolished". Lund has a habit of being almost mechanical in her delivery, yet still manages to stand out. Vern Rumsey is stellar on bass, though not as prominently mixed as he is on later albums. He offers a tasty blend of rumbling undertones on tracks like "Natural Disasters" and more upbeat bass riffs as heard on "Equally Stupid".
Foolishly, I was also quick to disregard The Future of What upon initial listens. Like many listeners that had only discovered the band within Verns Answer To The Masses - Unwound - The Future Of What (Cassette last few years, my first experience was with their magnum opus Leaves Turn Inside You. The album set the bar so irrefutably high that everything else seemed to pale in comparison, like developing a taste for a fine scotch -- once you grow accustomed to single-malt, it's easy to develop a distaste for blended varieties.
The Future of What is indeed a blend of everything Unwound had yet to offer in pure form, but is by no means inferior. Disillusion is a perfect descriptor for my initial experience listening to The Future of What, Album).
I felt disappointed upon realizing that things weren't as good as I had initially perceived. My mistake was in thinking that this was indicative of the album's quality. I came to realize that was the imprint this album left on me, as a sort of depressing precognition -- that things don't always get better, but often cycle in a disoriented oblivious loop.
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Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for The Future of What - Unwound on AllMusic - - Taking their punk heritage from the Buzzcocks,. Their third album in as many years, ’s The Future of What is an unrelenting, constructivist masterstroke. The Olympia trio’s signature sound— grinding bass, syncopated drums, and fragmented guitar over measured yelps— ratchets past the thread into a strippedout metallic slurry. Aug 13, · Vernon Emory Aldo Rumsey (Jan 24, – August 6, ) Live on What’s This Called?Jan 5, My good friend Vern died about a week ago upon collapsing due to organ failure. While I’d known for some time that he was not well, Vern was such a rock ‘n roll survivor that I guess I really thought he’d shake it off.
Nov 09, · Music Reviews: The Future of What by Unwound released in via Kill Rock Stars. Genre: Post-Hardcore.
Recording and release. The Future of What was recorded in December at John and Stu's in Seattle, Washington and released on April 24, by the independent record label Kill Rock Stars. The album cover features an illustration by Russian constructivist artist Yakov Chernikhov. The CD and digital versions of the album included 4 extra tracks which were excluded from the vinyl due to length. Check out The Future of What by Unwound on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on seygetbatileansugaraddiporlita.co Vern's Answer to the Masses. Vern's Answer to the Masses. it's a crime that no one has reviewed this album before now. unwound are one of the most underrated bands of the '90s. this album, along with repetition are /5(5).
Unwound music CDs Captured in the gaps of a ruthless touring schedule, defining fourth and fifth albums The Future of What and Repetition were issued in the back-to-back springs of and ' As a robust rock underground got swallowed alive by the Major Label Industrial Complex, the very autonomous Artist - Olympia, Washington's Great Noise.
The Future of What, an Album by Unwound. Released 24 April on Kill Rock Stars (catalog no. KRS; CD). Genres: Post-Hardcore. Featured peformers: Justin Trosper (performer), Vern Rumsey (performer), Sara Lund (performer), Steve Fisk (producer), . Their third album in as many years, ’s The Future of What is an unrelenting, constructivist masterstroke. The Olympia trio’s signature sound—grinding bass, syncopated drums, and fragmented guitar over measured yelps—ratchets past the thread into a stripped-out metallic slurry.
The Future of What, an Album by Unwound. Released 24 April on Kill Rock Stars (catalog no. KRS; CD). Genres: Post-Hardcore. Featured peformers: Justin Trosper (performer), Vern Rumsey (performer), Sara Lund (performer), Steve Fisk (producer), .
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