Forget Cassettes - O Inspiration album flac
|A1||–Rollin Hunt||Beautiful Park|
|A2||–PJ Harvey||No Girl So Sweet|
|A3||–Fever Ray||Concrete Walls|
|A5||–Nine Inch Nails||March Of The Pigs|
|A6||–Tori Amos||Precious Things|
|A7||–Kanye West||Coldest Winter|
|B1||–Kate Bush||Watching You Without Me|
|B6||–Neurosis||A Sun That Never Sets|
|B7||–Kanye West||Lost In The World|
- Photography – Miles Price
NotesLimited mixtape included with first 50 orders of O Cursa LP.
Photocopied J-card with additional handwritten notes, numbers, and labels.
Official video for "Lady Lazarus" by Forget Cassettes from the album O Cursa.
Features Song Lyrics for Forget Cassettes's O Cursa III album.
Forget Cassettes is an alternative rock band from Nashville, Tennessee, formed in 2001. Fronted by Beth Cameron, formerly of Fair Verona and the only constant member of the group, Forget Cassettes have released three albums to date: Instruments of Action (2003), Salt (2006) and O Cursa (2013). The first two were released on the Nashville-based Theory 8 Records label. Salt has been re-released in Europe by Tangled Up! Recordings in March 2007.
Artists Forget Cassettes O Cursa. O Cursa Forget Cassettes. This album has an average beat per minute of 122 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 63/174 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page.
and use of manipulation, marks a new sonic direction for the band, better known for its driving guitar in Instruments of Action and Salt. Moving to Chicago in late 2008, Beth and Doni continued work on the album in their studio. After Doni’s final departure in early 2012, producers Mike McCarthy and Jeremy Ferguson facilitated finishing the album, as an interesting full circle path back to the beginning of the band a decade prior. Beth has since assembled an adroit team of Nashville musicians to help her perform the album live: Keith Parish on synth and piano (Roy Ira), Jessie Friedman on synth and background vocals (Blue Heart Hour, Team Illuminati), and Guy Lemon on drums (Uncle Skeleton and Nahnee Bori).
Instruments of Action. Formed in 2002 in Nashville, Forget Cassettes began as a solo project for Beth Cameron after the dissolution of her former band Fair Verona. She was soon joined by Doni Schroader on drums and Rhodes piano for Instruments of Action, who left in 2005 to drum for. And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead. Beth recruited Jay Leo Phillips (Apollo Up!) on bass and Rhodes and Aaron Ford on drums for Salt in 2006. The reissue of Instruments of Action is the opportunity to hear the record on vinyl, as it's never been heard before.
Not On Label (Forget Cassettes Self-released) – none. O Cursa (LP, Oxb + LP, Sea + Album, Ltd). YK Records, Theory 8 Records.
Forget Cassettes O Cursa Album songs . atecholamines(Provided) . ometimes You're the Bad Guy(Provided) . ouble Life(Provided) . ady Lazarus(Provided) . cripture(Provided) . earin' Up A House(Provided) . atie, Age 10 (Provided) . atie, Age 20(Provided) . atie, Age 30(Provided) 1. NA(Provided) 1. he Bunker(Provided) 1. ll of Creation(Provided). Forget Cassettes Top Songs Lonely Does It. Forget Cassettes All albums Beth Demos Vol I O Cursa
Beth Demos - Vol I by forget cassettes, released 06 November 2015 1. Dimanche 2. Callibi 3. Lonely Does It 4. Father's Daughter 5. Catecholamines 6. Sitting with a Corpse 7. Good Luck II 8. Nicholas 9. Sometimes You're the Bad Guy 10. Awakening 11. Cold & Sparkling 12. All of Creation 13. Rollin's Song 14. Tabula Rasa All songs written, performed, and recorded by Beth at home in Nashville & Chicago between 2006-2013. Only real instruments and a MPC were played. No midi was used in the making of these recordings.
Salt is a studio album by Forget Cassettes on the Theory 8 Records label. Following the departure of percussionist Doni Schroader in 2005, Forget Cassettes' Beth Cameron recruited Nashville drummer Aaron Ford and Apollo Up!'s Jay Leo Phillips on bass, guitar, keys, and backing vocals. The record was released in 2006 on Theory 8 Records, and eventually given a European release on March 5, 2007, courtesy of One Little Indian Records. The European release featured a bonus track entitled "Sleeper".