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Douglas J. McCarthy - Kill Your Friends album mp3

Douglas J. McCarthy - Kill Your Friends album mp3

Performer: Douglas J. McCarthy
Title: Kill Your Friends
Released: 2012
Style: EBM, Industrial
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 856
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Matrix, Runout: - DOUGLAS J. MCCARTHY - KILL YOUR FRIENDS. I expected this album to be pretty similar to Nitzer Ebb, and was surprised. It's almost nothing like Nitzer Ebb, except that McCarthy sounds as excellent as always. And there is no bad song here.

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Kill Your Friends '2012. 1. (00:04:01) - Death Is King. 2. (00:04:02) - Hey. 3. (00:04:50) - Demon Prophet.

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McCarthy-Kill Your Friends-2012. mccarthy-demon prophet. mccarthy-all kind of wrong. mccarthy-nothing after this. mccarthy-love in the back room. mccarthy-the last time. mccarthy-death is king. mccarthy-lovers arms.

Nyligen listade The Guardian det engelska kultbandet Nitzer Ebb som en av de mest inflytelserika grupperna. Nu återförenas gruppen i originaluppsättning. Douglas J McCarthy updated their cover photo. 11 November 2018 ·. See all.

Listen to music from Douglas J. McCarthy like The Last Time, Death Is King & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Douglas J. Apart from writing and performing with Nitzer Ebb, McCarthy has also appeared on recordings by Recoil and has released material in collaboration with DJ Terence Fixmer as Fixmer/McCarthy. He has also contributed vocals to tracks by Die Krupps, Motor, Kloq and Client.

Tracklist

1 Death Is King 4:04
2 Hey 4:04
3 Demon Prophet 4:51
4 Find You 4:56
5 The Last Time 4:27
6 Move On 5:06
7 Evil Love 5:04
8 Love In The Back Room 4:30
9 Nothing After This 4:43
10 Taken 4:59
11 All Kinds Of Wrong 4:52
12 Lovers Arms 3:53

Credits

  • Layout [Art] – MyDesign Group
  • Mastered By – Pete Lyman (tracks: 4), Peter Black (tracks: 1 to 3, 5 to 12)
  • Photography By – Michael Faye
  • Written-By – Cyrus S Makarechian* (tracks: 5 to 12), Douglas John McCarthy* (tracks: 1 to 12), Mark Thomas Bell* (tracks: 1 to 12)

Notes

Comes in a digipak sleeve.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 8 29707 94272 3
  • Matrix / Runout: #19668 - DOUGLAS J. MCCARTHY - KILL YOUR FRIENDS

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
Pylon 27 Douglas J. McCarthy* Kill Your Friends ‎(LP) Pylon Records Pylon 27 Unknown
Pylon 27 Douglas J. McCarthy* Kill Your Friends ‎(LP, Album + CD, Album) Pylon Records Pylon 27 US 2012
PYLON 27 Douglas J. McCarthy* Kill Your Friends ‎(LP, Ltd, Red + CD) Pylon Records PYLON 27 US 2012
PYLON 27 Douglas McCarthy Kill Your Friends ‎(LP, TP, W/Lbl) Pylon Records PYLON 27 2012
Pylon 27 Douglas J. McCarthy* Kill Your Friends ‎(LP, Album, Pur + CD) Pylon Records Pylon 27 US 2012


Reviews (2)
Zonama
I expected this album to be pretty similar to Nitzer Ebb, and was surprised. It's almost nothing like Nitzer Ebb, except that McCarthy sounds as excellent as always. And there is no bad song here. Remarkable LP.

Phallozs Dwarfs
I'm a bit astonished at how many people I know that aren't aware of this album. It's McCarthy's first solo album and it's produced by Mark Bell. That's definitely in the wheelhouse of most of my friends, but nobody other than myself picked it up upon release. I'll chalk that up to what seems to be pretty lousy marketing on the part of Pylon. Now, that out of the way, y'all missed a great album.McCarthy sounds more human than he ever has on this. His voice, as usual, sounds great, but he's got more flow and style than he has had since Big Hit (which, regardless of what you thought of it, you gotta agree he sounded excellent on). He's much more expressive, and not just in how he sounds, but what he says. The lyrics are more nuanced than usual, and he's working on some new subjects...even, oh my, some things that aren't angry. There's really no trace of Nitzer Ebb here.Bell brings his best, too. The production is not cutesy and detail-oriented, as he did with Depeche Mode or Björk. It's big and bouncy, fairly housey. Congas are all over. Chords, both stabby and vibrato. The immensely-catchy "Death is King" even has gospel backing vocals. It's a little retro, a little alternate-universe: almost like FIxmer + McCarthy never happened, showing an alternate path for Doug to move further into techno.Five stars. Nearly perfect.EDIT: I just learned this is not Mark Bell of LFO fame, but Mark Bell of Blakkat, who I don't really know. Oh well, doesn't change my main point: great production.

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