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The Notwist - Where In This World (Vinyl)


8 thoughts on “ The Notwist - Where In This World (Vinyl)

  1. The electric strumming and gentle electronic throbs of "Good Lies" is a quiet conjuring for the Notwist's THE DEVIL, YOU + ME, but it's the strings at the start of "Where is This World" that suggest something demonic emerging, even if the pentagram and black candles quickly fade as the song's more gentle nature reveals itself and stretches into "Gloomy Planets."/5(15).
  2. I was one of the % of people who didn't like The Notwists 'Neon Golden' album and the 6 year gap hasn't changed things as their 'comeback' single 'Where in this World 6/10(1).
  3. The Notwist make music that's at once impossibly personal and hugely inviting. This release is their most important and moving to date, in the band's nearly 20 year career. Markus Acher's singular voice surrounds you with all the comfort of familiarity, the euphoria of re-acquaintance/5(15).
  4. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about The Notwist - Where In This World at Discogs. Complete your The Notwist collection/5(13).
  5. Large sticker on shrink wrap at the front reads "THE NOTWIST CLOSE TO THE GLASS". Small sticker reads "Loser Edition - First run colored vinyl and MP3 download". Continuous track .
  6. Back in print for the first time in many years, it's the Notwists classic Shrink LP! Originally released in , Shrink was The Notwists record that set the stage for their groundbreaking Neon Golden LP on Domino. Scanning 50,+ copies in the U.S., Neon Golden was their first LP to receive wide exposure in America and was given a by Pitchfork when it was released but the true Notwist.
  7. The Notwist release their first ever official Live-Recordings, recorded in December at UT Connewitz in Leipzig, Germany. "Both around their own Weilheim shores and elsewhere, brothers Markus and Micha Acher have launched various musical vessels, bands and free-floating constellations over the past three decades - and yet: amid all these other speedboats and unlikely sonic barges, The.
  8. Though out in parts of the world on vinyl since October, the 17 track Messier Objects by German electronic indie rock band The Notwist seems to have just popped up on streaming services over here.

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