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8 thoughts on “ Human Again - Young Knives* - Ornaments From The Silver Arcade (CD, Album)

  1. The songs were recorded in the Seedy Belly Studios in LA by Nick Launay (Arcade Fire, Nick Cave, Gang of Four, etc) and the California sun was then also influence seems to have made to the songs. So light and airy, The Young Knives were probably never go. Despite their great success in England, the band is now in Germany to discover for themselves/5(5).
  2. Read and write album reviews for Ornaments from the Silver Arcade - The Young Knives on AllMusic.
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  5. Young Knives discography and songs: Music profile for Young Knives, formed Genres: Indie Rock, Post-Punk Revival, Experimental Rock. Albums include Voices of Animals and Men, Ornaments From the Silver Arcade, and Are Dead. rym. rym front page. charts; lists; Artists who haven't had an album out in a while and you really want that.
  6. Young Knives are usually at their best when making fun, even slightly puerile music, so it comes as a bit of a shock to find some elements which have been used simply to make a song seem more 'mature' or 'serious', such as the stripped down guitar section in 'Human Again' which sounds like it's been lifted straight from a Foals single.
  7. Ornaments From The Silver Arcade Album. Artist: Young Knives. Album: Ornaments From The Silver Arcade. Genre: Rock. Heyo! SONGLYRICS just got interactive. Highlight. Review: RIFF-it. RIFF-it good. Listen while you read! If you had a crest upon* You .
  8. Nice to see Young Knives back after three years. First impressions, this is a very enjoyable, accessible Lp that could well be the soundtrack to my summer. It's more loose and funky than the first two Lps, but still retains those hallmark new wave/post-punk stylings that they do so well/5(5).

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