His Name Is Alive is an American experimental rock band/project from Livonia, Michigan, United States. After several self-released cassettes, they debuted on 4AD Records in 1990, starting a long run at the label. Throughout the band's long history, leader Warren Defever has been the only constant member, with a variety of musicians and singers contributing over the years.
Livonia is the debut album by His Name Is Alive. It was originally released by 4AD on June 25, 1990 in the United Kingdom and in 1992 on 4AD/Rykodisc in the United States. Livonia is the debut LP by Livonia, Michigan's His Name Is Alive (or HNIA).
Band Name His Name Is Alive. Data de aparición 25 Junio 1990. Estilo MusicalExperimental Rock. Miembros poseen este álbum1.
Recorded at Warren's house, Liviona, Michigan and at Garageland Studio, New Boston, Michigan. Mixed at Blackwing, London apart from Darkest Dreams. Matrix, Runout (Mirrored): CAD 0008 CD · MASTERED BY NIMBUS. Other (SPARS Code): ADD.
Livonia", his first CD, was released in 1990 by 4AD. Along with its follow-up, "Home Is In your Head", the typical elements that a traditional listener is going to universally associate with a song that progresses in a linear fashion have been deconstructed
His Name Is Alive Livonia (Full Album, 1990).
Posted Aug 06, 2003 01:03 PM. Ultimate Guitar. A group of people who are passionate about guitar and music in general. Livonia has easily distinguishable songs. It's not a party album by any stretch. It's very laid back stuff. Should you find it in used CD place, I recommend you listen to these tracks first as they are the most likable on a first listen: track 3: If July Very eerie mixture of folk and ambient music. Vocals are far out. Excellent. The Mamas & The Papas reference on "pretending to pray" lyric. track 7: Caroline's Supposed Demon The guitars on this track sound so neato.
1989 in Livonia, MI. Genre. Biography by Heather Phares. Eclectic Michigan act that spans dream pop, R&B, '60s pop, metal, and more according to the vision of frontman Warren Defever.