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Blood Red Shoes - In Time To Voices Album

Blood Red Shoes - In Time To Voices Album Performer: Blood Red Shoes
Title: In Time To Voices
Style: Alternative Rock, Indie Rock
Category: Rock
Date of release: 26 Mar 2012
Country: Europe
Label: V2
Catalog number: VVR795935
Size MP3: 1126 mb
Size FLAC: 1971 mb
Rating: 4.0

Tracklist

1Down Here In The Dark3:21
2Stop Kicking3:10
3Je Me Perds1:28
4Two Dead Minutes
Engineer [Additional Engineering By], Producer [Additional Production By] – Blood Red Shoes
3:40
5Cold3:32
67 Years4:48
7Lost Kids3:44
8In Time To Voices3:44
9Night Light2:56
10Slip Into Blue4:14
11The Silence And The Drones
Arranged By – Blood Red Shoes, Jonathan GilmoreCello – Nick Byrne Viola – Heather WallingtonViolin – Claire Stranger-Ford
4:30

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
VVR795034Blood Red Shoes In Time To Voices ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial)V2 VVR795034Russia2012
VVR795034Blood Red Shoes In Time To Voices ‎(CD, Album)V2VVR795034Europe2012
VVR795935Blood Red Shoes In Time To Voices ‎(LP, Album, Ltd + CD, Album)V2VVR795935Europe2012
noneBlood Red Shoes In Time To Voices ‎(CDr, Album, Num, Promo, Wat)V2noneEurope2012
7950341Blood Red Shoes In Time To Voices ‎(CD, Album)V27950341US2012

Credits

  • Artwork [Art And Concept By]Laura-Mary Carter
  • Engineer [Engineered By]Blood Red Shoes, Mike Crossey
  • Layout [Layout By]Dan Reeves
  • Mastered ByRobin Schmidt
  • Mixed ByMike Crossey
  • Photography ByAnton Coene, Laura-Mary Carter
  • Producer [Produced By]Blood Red Shoes, Mike Crossey
  • Technician [Assisted By]Jonathan Gilmore
  • Written-by, Performer [Performed By]Laura-Mary Carter, Steven Ansell

Notes

(P) & (C) 2012 Blood Red Shoes under exclusive license to V2/COOP.
Bonus CD contains exactly the same tracks.

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 6 02527 95935 1
  • Matrix / Runout (side A): VVR795935-A 97804E1/A
  • Matrix / Runout (side B): VVR795935-B 97804E2/A

Companies

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – V2
  • Copyright (c) – V2
  • Licensed To – V2
  • Licensed To – Cooperative Music
  • Published By – Copyright Control
  • Produced At – Motor Museum

Video

User reviews
Xinetan
Blood Red Shoes' 3rd LP is not short on gorgeous tracks. The lead single, "Cold" is a massive alt rock banger, and is joined by insanely catchy joints such as "Down here in the dark", the beautifully bleak "Night light" and the glum acoustic delight called "Slip into blue". However, the LP does not feel as cohesive as their previous ones - at least not to me - and it can get pretty repetitive, especially with its slower tracks.

Album

Blood Red Shoes official video for the single In Time To Voices, directed by Craig Murray. Taken from the album In Time To Voices http. Blood Red Shoes - Full live in Biddinghuizen - Lowlands Festival 3FM Radio Time To Voices is the third album by the Brighton, England-based rock band Blood Red Shoes, released on 26 March 2012 in the UK and Europe through V2 Records. The album was recorded and mixed in Autumn 2011 as a co-production with Mike Crossey, and was preceded by the singles Cold on 19 March 2012 and the title track In Time to Voices on 23 August 2012. Album 2012 11 Songs. More By Blood Red Shoes. Blood Red Shoes. Get Tragic. Blood Red Shoes Deluxe Version. Blood Red Shoes is the fourth album by Brighton-based rock band Blood Red Shoes, released on 3 March 2014 in the UK and Europe through Jazz Life Records. The album was recorded over a 6-month period in Berlin and was entirely self-produced and engineered by the band themselves. The first song from the album, The Perfect Mess, was released on 1 December 2013, after 10 QR codes were found in different cities by the band's fans. Indie Rock. Songs in album Blood Red Shoes - In Time To Voices 2012. Blood Red Shoes - In Time To Voices. Blood Red Shoes - Lost Kids. Blood Red Shoes - Cold. Blood Red Shoes - Two Dead Minutes. Blood Red Shoes - The Silence And The Drones. Blood Red Shoes - Night Light. Blood Red Shoes - Je Me Perds. Blood Red Shoes - Stop Kicking. So it comes as something of a surprise how harmonious their third studio album, In Time to Voices, sounds. Indeed, other than the quick burst of abrasive scream-punk on Je Me Perds, there's little here that reflects Laura-Mary Carter and Steven Ansell's recent confessions of in-fighting during its recording. Blood Red Shoes seem to have been on the road, covering the whole globe, for the past four years, if their PR is to be believed and have a new found confidence after fights, muggings, hotel trashing and the like. This jars with the image of two pale, interesting indie-kids you get from the videos  But I agree with their quote that Modern bands seem way too clean-cut and sensible to us   A ninety second hardcore squall called Je Me Perds  with its refrain of What the fuck am I doing here, lying face-down. on the floor  documents the time Steve Ansell was mugged by prostitutes in P. It is here where Blood Red Shoes get the balance of atmosphere and hooks just right, with fuzzy, distorted guitar and rollicking drum rolls beautifully meshing with catchy melodies and anthemic vocals. From there onwards though, In Time To Voices morphs into a completely different beast. Despite containing instruments as varied as synths and acoustic guitar, the three track stretch which makes up the albums second quarter is Blood Red Shoes at their most ambitious. Recommended Tracks: Cold, In Time To Voices, 7 Years & Slip Into Blue. Band Name Blood Red Shoes. Album Name In Time to Voices. Type Album. Released date 26 March 2012. Labels Unknown label. Members owning this album1. In Time to Voices. Lost Kids. While Blood Red Shoes displayed a more erratic style back in 2010 on second album Fire Like This, this third feels formulaic highly thought-out and polished. Read full review. The album is driven by power chord sequences which provide theLets be straight, In Time To Voices at its most fundamental is Indie Rock. The album is driven by power chord sequences which provide the foundations for some songs that are structured in an epic way. Blood Red Shoes keep things simple, but what they do they do well