|A3||A Man Behind The Curtain|
|A4||Hesitantly Into The Void
Vocals [Auxiliary] – Riley Morgan
|B1||The Pressure Of Being Alone And Warm At Heart|
|B2||The Thrill Of Never Looking Back|
|B3||Chakra Filtration System|
Includes small booklet with lyrics, artwork, and liner notes as well as a psychedelic glasses.
Body Pop. Critic Score.
Simple Pleasures is the fourth studio album by American singer and musician Bobby McFerrin. It was his commercial breakthrough album, containing the hit single "Don't Worry, Be Happy," also featured in the film Cocktail. Simple Pleasures has gone triple platinum, with "Don't Worry, Be Happy" winning the 1988 Grammy Awards for Song of the Year, Record of the Year and Best Pop Vocal. All tracks written by Bobby McFerrin except where noted. Bobby McFerrin - all vocals. Chris Tergesen - engineer. Rutger Bäumer, Rutger Van Gelder. blue highlight denotes track pick.
Their blistering 2013 album Christs, Redeemers presented a new avenue for the band simply by being released on the decisively non-metal Thrill Jockey. Split releases with Sandworm, Thou, Osaka’s Vampilia and Krieg followed, but their net was cast wider still with 2014’s I Shall Die Here, co-produced with Bobby Krlic’s superlative drone project The Haxan Cloak and released on RVNG Intl. the eclectic Brooklyn label also home to Bing & Ruth and Holly Herndon. And me, Chrissy and Seth have a pop thing, with a straight modern pop style. But with Chip, the good thing is we can pretty much do whatever we want. I still don’t have the ego of I’m not on this song, I won’t do it!.
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Robyn's Body Talk mini-album series was a consistently piecemeal affair, coming together as a debut full-length, which was a compilation of the three previous mini-LPs. That is reflected on the cover of the album, where small colored boxes dangle in front of the singer's actual body, creating a cobbled-cube facsimile of the Swedish singer that appears to be just inches from her true form-a nice analogy for songs like "Fembot," and a continuation of the cut-and-paste artwork that adorned the three previous Body.
The mysterious cover of Joy Division‘s 1979 debut Unknown Pleasures – a black-and-white visualization of pulsar data that looked like digital mountain peaks – is the subject of a new, in-depth Scientific American article. The magazine traced the origins of the computer-generated illustration to its first publication around 1970.