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Glass Museum - Tortoise - Millions Now Living Will Never Die (CD, Album)

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  1. Listen free to Tortoise – Millions Now Living Will Never Die (Djed, Glass Museum and more). 6 tracks (). Tortoise's production expertise hit an early peak with Millions Now Living Will Never Die, a work that not only references studio-centric forms like dub and electronica, but actively welds them to the group's aesthetic of sturdily constructed indie rock.
  2. Tortoise's sophomore release, Millions Now Living Will Never Die shows off an unlikely blossoming of talent. The Chicago instrumental band makes clear with Millions what their eponymous debut brushed in broad strokes: this is the musical legacy of the ties between experimental art music and postpunk. The sonic environments are entirely woven from percussion, basses, and occasional keyboards--all of it /5(31).
  3. Conceptually, the album broadened Tortoise's universe to include the influences of electronica, prog rock, contemporary composers like Steve Reich, the spaghetti western soundtracks of Ennio Morricone, and more. Along the way, Millions became a watershed record not only for Tortoise and post-rock but for the entire '90s indie rock scene as well.
  4. Millions Now Living Will Never Die, an album by Tortoise on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  5. Millions Now Living Will Never Die is the second studio album from American experimental rock band Tortoise. The title of this album directly references a rallying cry used by former Jehovah’s.
  6. Millions Now Living Will Never Die is the second full-length offering from Tortoise. The majority of the material was first conceived during an idyllic day retreat in Northern Vermont, where the group were able to explore their ideas in a setting that fostered introspection and inspiration: the results are clearly evident in the washes of Klangfärben (tone color) and rhythm that permeate the album.
  7. that being said, i am almost disappointed by this album. it has its moments, but seems to be mostly just noodling, meandering, just in-between time until some sort of groove takes shape. i had heard "glass museum" purely by chance on a friend's mix cd, only to discover that it was Tortoise upon hearing them play it live! this song is definitely 4/5(41).
  8. Mar 21,  · Tortoise – Millions Now Living Will Never Die (; Thrill Jockey) It’s hard to discuss Millions Now Living Will Never Die without first mentioning “DJed,” the side-long opening track that spans more than 25 minutes and comprises more than half of the album. It’s practically a self-contained island of artful experimentation, melodic.

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