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Pelican - What We All Come To Need

Pelican - What We All Come To Need
  • Performer Pelican
  • Title What We All Come To Need
  • Date of release 12 Oct 2009
  • Country US
  • Style Alternative Rock, Post Rock, Heavy Metal
  • Label Southern Lord
  • Catalog number LORD110
  • Other formats CD, Album DVD All Media, Limited Edition
  • Genre Rock
  • Size MP3 1572 mb
  • Size FLAC 2064 mb
  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 398

Tracklist

1Final Breath
Vocals [Syllables (Inspired By The Robert Burns Poem A Red, Red Rose)] – Allen Epley
7:28
2What We All Come To Need
Guitar – Aaron Turnip
6:47
3Bonus Footage3:15
4 What We All Come To See
5The Creeper
Guitar – Greg Anderson
7:19
6Specks Of Light7:45
7Glimmer
Bass – Ben Verellen
7:30
8"The Creeper" Live In Seattle 2009
Bass – Bryan HerwegDrums – Larry HerwegEngineer [Live Sound] – Brandon EgglestonFilm Producer [Video], Film Director [Video], Edited By – Kenneth Thomas Guitar – Laurent Schroeder-Lebec, Trevor de BrauwMixed By [Live Sound], Mastered By [Live Sound] – Chris CommonTechnician [Live Concert Cameras] – John Bowen , Kenneth Thomas
6:21
9Strung Up From The Sky5:12
10Making Of "What We All Come To Need"
Bass – Bryan HerwegDrums – Larry HerwegFilm Producer [Video], Film Director [Video], Technician [Robert Lang Studio Camera], Film Editor – Kenneth Thomas Guitar – Laurent Schroeder-Lebec, Trevor de BrauwPhotography [Still] – Marty WatsonTechnician [Live Concert Cameras] – John Bowen , Kenneth Thomas Technician [Red Room Recording Camera] – Ryan Rothermel
6:22
11 What We All Come To Need
12Ephemeral5:09
13An Inch Above Sand4:14

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
LORD110Pelican What We All Come To Need ‎(CD, Album)Southern LordLORD110US2009
LORD110Pelican What We All Come To Need ‎(2xLP, Album, Dlx)Southern LordLORD110US2010
LORD110Pelican What We All Come To Need ‎(2xLP, Album, RP, Win)Southern LordLORD110US2015
LORD110Pelican What We All Come To Need ‎(2xLP, Album, Ltd, Cle)Southern LordLORD110US2010
LORD110Pelican What We All Come To Need ‎(2xLP, Album, Ltd, Spl)Southern LordLORD110US2010
CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
LORD110Pelican What We All Come To Need ‎(CD, Album)Southern LordLORD110US2009
LORD110Pelican What We All Come To Need ‎(2xLP, Album, Dlx)Southern LordLORD110US2010
LORD110Pelican What We All Come To Need ‎(2xLP, Album, RP, Win)Southern LordLORD110US2015
LORD110Pelican What We All Come To Need ‎(2xLP, Album, Ltd, Cle)Southern LordLORD110US2010
LORD110Pelican What We All Come To Need ‎(2xLP, Album, Ltd, RE, Gol)Southern LordLORD110US2013

Credits

  • Artwork [Photo Montage], DesignSeldon Hunt
  • Engineer [Assistant]Derek Moree (tracks: CD1 to CD8), Layne McKay (tracks: CD1 to CD8)
  • Mastered ByEd Brooks (tracks: CD1 to CD8)
  • PerformerBryan Herweg (tracks: CD1 to CD8), Larry Herweg (tracks: CD1 to CD8), Laurent Schroeder-Lebec (tracks: CD1 to CD8), Trevor Shelley-de Brauw (tracks: CD1 to CD8)
  • Photography By [Original]Andrew Weiss
  • Producer, Engineer, Mixed ByChris Common
  • Artwork [Photo Montage], DesignSeldon Hunt
  • EngineerChris Common (tracks: D3)
  • Engineer [Assistant]Derek Moree (tracks: A1 to C2), Layne McKay (tracks: A1 to C2)
  • Mastered ByEd Brooks (tracks: A1 to C2)
  • Mixed By, Mastered ByChris Common (tracks: D1 to D3)
  • PerformerBryan Herweg, Larry Herweg, Laurent Schroeder-Lebec, Trevor Shelley-de Brauw
  • Photography By [Original]Andrew Weiss
  • Producer, Engineer, Mixed ByChris Common (tracks: A1 to C2)
  • Recorded By [Live Sound]Brandon Eggleston (tracks: D1, D2)

Notes

Special limited edition version of the album with the bonus DVD, machine-numbered out of 2000.

Some copies have the un-numbered CD only sticker.

Comes in a digipak case. Album recorded at Robert Lang and Red Room Studios. Mixed at Electrokitty. Seattle, Wa. July and August 2009.

DVD1 shot at Robert Lang Studios, Red Room Recording, and Neumos, Seattle, WA - July/August 2009.

DVD2 shot at Neumos, Seattle, WA - 6th August 2009.

© 2009 Southern Lord Recordings180 gram deluxe gatefold double vinyl edition. Contains 3 exclusive bonus tracks (D1 to D3) available on vinyl only.
Limited edition of 550 copies in splatter colour for Lord vinyl club members only.

Tracks A1 to C2 recorded at Robert Lang and Red Room Studios. Mixed at Electrokitty. Seattle, Wa. July and August 2009.
Tracks D1 and D2 recorded live at Neumo's in Seattle, Wa. August 6, 2009.
Track D3 from Ephemeral demo sessions at Red Room Studios, February 2009.

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 8 08720 01102 9
  • Matrix / Runout (CD): V90427
  • Matrix / Runout (DVD): V91053
  • Barcode: 8 08720 01102 9
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Etchings): PIRATES PRESS LORD110LP A 84348E1/A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Etchings): PIRATES PRESS LORD110LP B 84348E2/B
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C Etchings): PIRATES PRESS LORD110LP C 84348E3/B
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D Etchings): PIRATES PRESS LORD110LP D 84348E4/B

Video

Album

What We All Come To Need - Pelican. A music video for Final Breath released on December 22, 2009, directed by Matt Santoro. The Orchard Music от лица компании. Buy Compact Disc. Pelican has certainly come a long way with their sound. The album was released on October 27, 2009 through Southern Lord Records and was the band's first for the label after leaving Hydra Head Records earlier in 2009. The Creeper, 07:20. Pelican - Glimmer. Final Breath, 07:29. On What We All Come to Need, they have taken it not a step further, but a step more inside that aesthetic. But the group shored up its songwriting with the Pink Mammoth and Ephemeral EPs, and now the songs on What We All Come to Need flow smoothly. Listen free to Pelican What We All Come To Need Glimmer, The Creeper and more. What We All Come to Need, 2009. The Last Sighs Of The Wind - We Are Trees The record that introduced me to Pelican and almost ruined all other music for me in the process. The band scaled back its songs to more conventional lengths but didn't change much otherwise, making them feel like strings of sometimes-cool riffs. Songs in album Pelican - What We All Come To Need 2009. One had to wonder what Pelican's signing to Southern Lord could possibly mean. The band scaled back its songs to more conventional lengths but didn't change much otherwise, making them feel like strings of sometimes-cool riffs. While most found Pelicans abandonment of their ambient structures in favour of a more structured sound to be diappointing, I really enjoyed the new found energy and inspired structure that was found on their previous effort, City Of Echoes. Early efforts, a self-titled EP and the Australasia full-length, got by on power and a little atmosphere. Includes unlimited streaming of What We All Come To Need via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. To be truthful, while the band did write and perform more structurally formal material on 2007's City of Echoes, they retained their trademark post-metal aesthetic - percussive repetition, overtone basslines, and nuanced guitar riffing. Pelican - Ephemeral. One had to wonder what Pelican's signing to Southern Lord could possibly mean. The concentration here is on songwriting rather than riffing. Pelican's current conundrum began with 2007's City of Echoes. Album 2009 8 Songs. The albums opener, Glimmer, begins with some ominous, almost inaudible keys, and then explodes in some of the greatest riffs and patterns the group has written in their career thus far. At that time, the band sounded like a more expansive, drone-oriented Neurosis. Songs like, Specks of Light and Ephemeral show off just what a talented and well rounded drummer Larry Herweg is. Killer riffs. To be truthful, while the band did write and perform more structurally formal material on 2007's City of Echoes, they retained their trademark post-metal aesthetic - percussive repetition, overtone basslines, and nuanced guitar riffing. Songs start at USD . Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. In late 2008, Pelican recognized a decline in group morale and in concert attendance, so the band considered slowing touring. The album was released on October 27, 2009 through Southern Lord Records and was the band's first for the label after leaving Hydra Head Records earlier in 2009. Pelican - The Creeper. An Inch Above Sand, 04:14. The drums make a strong impact and connection with the listener on this album than on any other Pelican record. Glimmer, 07:31. Tight, heavy, some chug, some swing, some vocals . Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. What We All Come to Need. Now playing. Specks of Light, 07:46. Pelicans fourth studio LP, What We All Come to Need is a strong, fiercely artistic record, from the very start. What We All Come to Need, 06:47. Thankfully, there are some more inspired and focused tracks to be found on What We All Come To Need. 8 tracks 52:56. Originally starting as a sludgy, post-metal outfit with ambient structures and lush, melodic soundscapes, Pelican has since evolved into a more riff-based, rock-oriented group. Their riffs work with each other instead of next to each other. Preview, buy, and download songs from the album What We All Come To Need, including Glimmer, The Creeper, Ephemeral, and many more. What We All Come to Need is the fourth studio album by American post-metal band Pelican. Pelican's current conundrum began with 2007's City of Echoes. When compared to Pelicans other works, What We All Come to Need deviates its self as a strictly guitar-laden album. Pelican have worked with these problems for most of this decade. Buy the album for USD . Play jigsaw puzzles for free Home. ships out within 7 days. However, they were already signed up