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Name:The Verve [email protected] FLAWL3SS

Total Size: 147.95 MB

Magnet: Magnet Link

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Last Updated: 2015-11-19 12:32:28 (Update Now)

Torrent added: 2008-08-28 21:35:21

Torrent Files List

00. The Verve - Forth.nfo (Size: 147.95 MB) (Files: 13)

 00. The Verve - Forth.nfo

4.90 KB

 01 Sit And Wonder.mp3

15.77 MB

 02 Love Is Noise.mp3

12.61 MB

 03 Rather Be.mp3

12.95 MB

 04 Judas.mp3

14.51 MB

 05 Numbness.mp3

15.10 MB

 06 I See Houses.mp3

12.91 MB

 07 Noise Epic.mp3

18.88 MB

 08 Valium Skies.mp3

10.52 MB

 09 Columbo.mp3

17.23 MB

 10 Appalachian Springs.mp3

17.36 MB


43.61 KB


69.16 KB


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The Verve - Forth

Artist...............: The Verve
Album................: Forth
Genre................: Alternative Rock
Source...............: CD
Year.................: 2008
Codec................: LAME 3.97
Version..............: MPEG 1 Layer III
Quality..............: Insane, (avg. bitrate: 320kbps)
Channels.............: Joint Stereo / 44100 hz
Tags.................: ID3 v1.1, ID3 v2.3
Infohash.............: 5EDCFFB15302ABD9956328BEA5B98D77FC0935B2


Ripped by............: OriginalThought on 8/28/2008
Posted by............: OriginalThought on 8/28/2008

Included.............: NFO
Covers...............: Front


1. (00:06:51) The Verve - Sit And Wonder
2. (00:05:28) The Verve - Love Is Noise
3. (00:05:37) The Verve - Rather Be
4. (00:06:18) The Verve - Judas
5. (00:06:33) The Verve - Numbness
6. (00:05:36) The Verve - I See Houses
7. (00:08:13) The Verve - Noise Epic
8. (00:04:33) The Verve - Valium Skies
9. (00:07:29) The Verve - Columbo
10. (00:07:33) The Verve - Appalachian Springs

Playing Time.........: 01:04:11
Total Size...........: 147.84 MB

Something happens when the Verve are together that none of them
experience when they are apart. Individually, the Verve are all highly-
accomplished players. Singer Richard Ashcroft has been called the greatest
singer in the world by no less a peer than Coldplay s Chris Martin. Liverpool-
born Simon Jones s dub-informed bass takes the Verve s music far beyond
rock and into space and dub; Peter Salisbury plays drums more like a jazz
great than a conventional rock drummer and when the tag guitarist of his
generation is thrown about it often lands at the feet of the hugely
adventurous, psychedelic, exploratory Nick McCabe. However, when they
are together a chemistry takes hold that transcends the four people onstage
to blast the Verve somewhere else entirely and this chemistry and
spontaneity has survived an absence of almost a decade. Already, since their
typically unpredictable 2007 reunion, live shows have been running the
gauntlet of everything from material so new that Ashcroft has been singing
the words from scraps of paper to long-lost, hazy B-sides like Let The
Damage Begin and A Man Called Sun, amid all manner of musical fireworks.
When they take the stage, literally anything can happen.
After an absence of almost a decade, these songs are again being played, as
they should be by the Verve themselves. The individual members have not
been slouches. Richard Ashcroft has enjoyed a successful and prolific solo
career. Simon Jones formed a band, the Shining, who were not altogether
dissimilar to the Verve, and has played with Damon Albarn s Gorillaz. Nick
McCabe has been remixing and playing with everyone from the Beta Band to
John Martyn while Peter Salisbury has been playing with Ashcroft, Black
Rebel Motorcycle Club and has further diverted his musical obsessions into
running a Stockport drum shop. However, all seem to have realized what
their enormous fanbase has been telling them all along. That today, as much
if not more than ever, music really needs the Verve.
However, a band like the Verve would never settle for easy nostalgia. Even
before they d set out on their initial comeback gigs last year, which sold out
within an astonishing 20 minutes, they made public (via the NME website) the
results of their very first jam session as a reformed band. The Thaw Sessions
comprised 14 wondrous minutes of music, which signified their ability to spark
off one another remained undimmed. Soon afterwards, the band debuted
new song Sit And Wonder a tune trimmed from a 25-minute jam, just as they
would in the early days, a taste of things to come. Those comeback dates
proved so successful and were so enthusiastically received that the band
immediately embarked on a full-scale tour of arenas in December of 2007,
playing bigger gigs in many cases than the first time around. In 2008, they
look set to up the ante even further, by appearing at many of the major
festivals and, in a turnaround that would have seemed unthinkable even a
year ago, releasing their enormously-anticipated fourth album. The results
will certainly be worth the wait. - Dave Simpson.

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