Architects For Those That Wish To Exist At Abbey Road Black Vinyl Edition

Epitaph | Item No: 891598
Vinyl 2LP | 2022 / EU – Original | New
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Architects’ new album captures a historic live stream performance event at the iconic Abbey Road studios: spiritual home to legends like The Beatles and Pink Floyd. Dubbed For Those That Wish To Exist at Abbey Road, the album features a reimagined orchestral version of their masterpiece album For Those That Wish To Exist, backed by their friends in the Parallax Orchestra, the well-respected UK based orchestra made up of some of England’s best and most versatile classical musicians, arranged and written by Simon Dobson, Parallax Orchestra’s conductor and a three times British Composer award (basca) winner for his compositions. Vocalist Sam Carter speaks to the cultural importance of Abbey Road Studios, “It’s such an important part of music in not only the U.K. but all across the world. Some of the biggest and most important records of all time were recorded there. It’s such a joy to even be allowed into the building, let alone to record there. It’s a very special place; I still can’t quite believe we were able to create there.”
Item Details
Item No: 891598
Artist: Architects
Title: For Those That Wish To Exist At Abbey Road Black Vinyl Edition
Label: Epitaph
Format: Vinyl 2LP, Vinyl, LP
Pressing: EU – Original
Release Date: 2022
Genre: Rock & Indie
Style: Punk | Hardcore
Available since: 2022-03-22
Condition: New
Price: 27,99 €
Weight: 500g (plus 250g Packaging)
A1 Do You Dream Of Armageddon?
A2 Black Lungs
A3 Giving Blood
A4 Discourse Is Dead
B1 Dead Butterflies
B2 An Ordinary Extinction
B3 Impermanence
B4 Flight Without Feathers
C1 Little Wonder
C2 Animals
C3 Libertine
C4 Goliath
D1 Demi God
D2 Meteor
D3 Dying Is Absolutely Safe
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