- Title:The Sun
- Style:Alternative/Indie Rock,Experimental Rock,Post-Rock,Indie Electronic,Indie Rock
- Date of release:May 14, 2007
- Recording location:Adam's House
- Size FLAC version1207 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1425 megabytes
- Size WMA version1536 megabytes
- Formats:APE RA VQF MP2 VOC FLAC
The Sun by Fridge, released 14 May 2007 1. The Sun 2. Clocks 3. Our Place In This 4. Drums of Life 5. Eyelids 6. Oram 7. Comets 8. Insects 9. Lost Time 10. Years And Years And Years And Years It may have been a while since Fridge's last record (2001's Happiness), but contrary to what some may think the band never went away, never went on sabbatical and certainly never broke up - they just stretched a little at the edges, and ended up with a bigger, wider sound than ever for their new record, The Su.
Fridge returns with The Sun, another foray into the complexities of post-rock. So even while the title track sounds skeletal - percussion, flute and feedback - it segues into the more melodic "Clocks" and the understated "Our Place in This. The drum machine, piano chords and electronic squeal of "Comets" propels us into outer space, but in the overall album, something seems to be missing. is lovely, but the same sense of discovering beauty and sustaining it just doesn't seem to be there.
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The Sun is a music studio album recording by FRIDGE (Post Rock/Math rock/Progressive Rock) released in 2007 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette. Studio Album, released in 2007. Songs, Tracks Listing. 1. The Sun (3:20) 2. Clocks (7:44) 3. Our Place In This (4:23) 4. Drums of Life (0:38) 5. Eyelids (2:44) 6. Oram (5:52) 7. Comets (5:19) 8. Insects (5:18) 9. Lost Time (5:52) 10.
I wonder what would have happened if, on that fateful day in the third grade, I had Fridge’s The Sun in hand. The Sun is an immensely percussive album, whether it takes full prominence like in the album’s first two tracks or if it simply adds atmospherics as seen Our Place in This or Insects, the percussion and drums in this album stand out far above the otherwise cliché and simple melodic structure
The Sun (Fridge album). Please help to establish notability by citing reliable secondary sources that are independent of the topic and provide significant coverage of it beyond a mere trivial mention. If notability cannot be established, the article is likely to be merged, redirected, or deleted. Find sources: "The Sun" Fridge album – news · newspapers · books · scholar · JSTOR (October 2013) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) . The Sun is an album by Fridge released on 11 June 2007. The vinyl release consists of two records, of which three sides have music, while the fourth side is blank with minimally etched artwork.
The Sun. (LP - Temporary Residence. It works so rarely, but of course, there are few bands that showed as much talent as Fridge. When Kieran Hebden began producing as Four Tet, and Adem Ilhan followed with his first record as Adem, it appeared that Fridge would go down in history as the genesis for at least two solid producers, but never rise again. Serious fans recognized this as a potential tragedy, but it really took another Fridge record, like The Sun, to realize how much the group possessed beyond merely three individuals
At first, The Sun sounds very much like a Four Tet record, with a shimmery, organic mix of live drumming and squiggly, trippy instrumentation taking the place of melody through the first couple cuts. Our Place in This, while wordless, is the closest thing on The Sun to Adem’s folksy solo work, but Eyelids opens the album’s strong second half with its first recognizable melody, a jagged, mathy guitar riff that’d sound at home on Battles’ most recent record. It’s fair to say that Fridge occasionally seem to be treading water, evoking nice rather than interesting, especially at this album’s outset, but like some of their peers’ (Tortoise, Do Make Say Think) finest work, the depth and craft in these songs keep The Sun interesting and make its inspired moments that much better. Just try to keep those eyes open.
CreditsJason Evans - Cover Photo
Fridge - Composer, Engineer, Primary Artist, Producer
Kieran Hebden - Group Member
Adem Ilhan - Group Member
Sam Jeffers - Group Member
Mark Rankin - Engineer
|1||The Sun Fridge||Fridge||3:20|
|3||Our Place in This Fridge||Fridge||4:23|
|4||Drums of Life Fridge||Fridge||0:38|
|9||Lost Time Fridge||Fridge||5:52|
|10||Years and Years and Years... Fridge||Fridge||5:52|