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The National - Day I Die mp3 track

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Performer: The National
Title: Day I Die
Released: 2017
Style: Indie Rock
Category: Rock
Rating: 4.1 ✦
Other format: MP1 XM MP4 DMF TTA RA DTS

Tracklist

A1 Day I Die (Live From Paris Centquatre - 22 June 2017)

Notes

Promotional flexi-disc given out free with initial copies of The National - Sleep Well Beast from select retailers.

7-inch square, transparent blue flexi, with white text in center area: P&C 2017 4AD LTD, under exclusive license from The National.

Tracklist

01 Day I Die 4:31

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – 4AD
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – 4AD Ltd.
  • Published By – BMG Rights Management

Notes

© 2017 4AD
℗ 2017 4AD Ltd

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Other (Google Play ID): Bnfg6dkq6rdctxar7pwisvqqita

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
none The National Day I Die ‎(File, FLAC, Single) 4AD none 2017

Day I Die. Исполнитель. 127 видео Воспроизвести все Лучшие композиции – The NationalThe National.

The day I die, the day I die Where will we be? Don't do this, I don't do this to you Don't expect me to enjoy it 'Cause I really don't have the courage not to Turn the volume up inside my ears For years I used to put my head inside the speakers In the hallway when you get too high and talk forever

Sleep Well Beast is the seventh studio album by American indie rock band The National, released on September 8, 2017 through 4AD. The album won a Grammy Award for Best Alternative Music Album at the 60th Grammy Awards.

The National - 'Day I Die'4:32. co/SleepWellBeast Director: Casey Reas DP: Graham MacIndoe. Sigur Rós. M views.

These are National Songs, made with the sounds and feelings that should be poured into the making of a National album. Some of the eccentricities and raw touches left at the edges feel like wind resistance tacked onto a beveled-smooth vehicle after the fact. The same trick happens at the beginning of I’ll Still Destroy You : With a fluttering piece of drum programming and some mallet percussion, we are given a convincing twenty-second impression of a Björk song, circa Homogenic maybe. This has always been, and remains, Berninger’s character: Let’s just get high enough to see our problems, he pleads on Day I Die. The wildest he allows himself to be, and maybe the wildest the band’s ever sounded, is Turtleneck, a mid-album cut that veers startlingly close to National rave-up. Berninger pitches his vocals at a ragged shout.

Tell my baby, "I've got to go" No I won't say, "Goodbye" Tell my mother, "I love her so". 'Cause this is the day I die The day I die Yeah, I'm ready to see that light No I won't waste time Straight to heaven or hell, I don't mind Oh it's all paradise The day I die You say I'm "never gonna go that way" That way I say, "I'm already on my way, today". You say I'm "never gonna go that way" That way I say, "I'm already on my way, today" You say.

Until the day I die I'll spill my heart for you, for you. Until the day I die (Until the day I die) I'll spill my heart for you, for you Until the day I die (Until the day I die) I'll spill my heart for you Until the day I die (Until the day I die) Until the day I die!!! As years go by I race the clock with you But if you died right now You know that I'd die too I'd die too. You remind me of the times When I knew who I was (I was) But still the second hand will catch us Like it always does

This day we remember the unfortunate and untimely death of singers 22-year-old Buddy Holly, 17-year-old Richie Valens, and 28-year-old J. P. Richardson, aka: The Big Bopper. These three artists died in an airplane accident on February 3, 1959, near Clear Lake, Iowa. Their pilot, Roger Peterson, also perished in the crash. The Day the Music Died was dubbed so by Don McLean’s song American Pie. Buddy Holly’s band was on tour and had played at the Surf Ballroom in Clear Lake. They were headed to their next destination in Moorhead, Minnesota. The aircraft was reported missing. The next day, the wreckage was found less than 6 miles northwest of the airport in a cornfield. Poor weather conditions and pilot error were determined, during the investigation, to have been the cause of the pilot losing control of the plane. This event has echoed through history for over 50 years.