Angel by Pure X, released 01 May 2014 1. Starlight 2. Valley of Tears 3. Livin' the Dream 4. Every Tomorrow 5. Fly Away with Me Woman 6. Heaven 7. White Roses 8. Make You Want Me 9. Rain 10. Angel 11. Wishin' on the Same Star On their third LP Angel it is clear that Pure X have, and always have had, an uncompromising musical vision. Over the course of each full-length the band has tirelessly reinvented themselves, opting to stay true to their own sensibilities rather than placate expectations or regurgitate a successful sound.
Is Angel the best album by Pure X? BestEverAlbums. com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. This album At A Glance. Angel by Pure X (2014) Release date: 2014-04-01 Overall rank: 11,730th.
This album is so beautiful and mellow that sometimes it doesn't even feel right. American dream pop band Pure X returns with a record that showcases small but rich gems of melodic and harmonious sound that connect cohesively with one another. Angel sounds like a escape trip along a sunset lighten highway with wind blowing in your face: a slow moving soundscape that dazzles the listener and softly pleases the ears. The actual lack of changes and sometimes development in these songs is often.
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Austin band Pure X is pleased to announce their third LP, Angel, out April 1st on Fat Possum. Over the course of each full-length the band has tirelessly reinvented themselves, opting to stay true to their own.
The twangy and pastoral Austin psych band Pure X has morphed quite a bit in sound and structure while working their way up through the underground ranks, to the point that Angel, their third album and first for Fat Possum, barely resembles the band that released Pleasure just three years ago. The blurry reverb ruminations of that album have given way to clean, crisp clarity and what Austin Youngblood calls a record for the ladies, about the ladies.
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Austin, Texas atmospheric rockers Pure X grew up fast on their 2013 album, Crawling Up the Stairs. That album, their second, saw the trio surrounded by tumultuous personal events such as injury, relocation, heartbreak, and financial dread, and those trying times came through loud and clear in the heavier, world-weary songs. As much as Crawling Up the Stairs was a sharp right turn from the band's beautifully murky, live-to-tape debut Pleasure, third album Angel moves just as drastically in a different direction from its predecessor
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