|2||Give Me Tonight
Recorded By [String Sample] – Marcus Barczak
Written-By – Kristian Brenchley, Ollie Browne
|5||I Don't Keep A Record|
|6||In No Good Way|
|7||Find You Lost
Recorded By [Vocals] – Marcus Barczak
|8||Reasons Are All I Have Left|
|9||Just Say I'm Right|
|HORSE008-2||Art Of Fighting||Wires (CD, Album)||Trifekta||HORSE008-2||Australia||2001|
|none||Art Of Fighting||Wires (CDr, Album, Promo)||Not On Label||none||UK||2001|
|3BOS 1005.2||Art Of Fighting||Wires (CD, Album, Dig)||3 Beads Of Sweat||3BOS 1005.2||US||2002|
Performer – Marty Brown, Miles Browne, Ollie Browne, Peggy Frew. Written-By – Art Of Fighting (tracks: 1 to 3, 5 to 11). Notes. Other Versions (3 of 3) View All. Cat.NORMAL 244 CD. Art Of Fighting.
This album has an average beat per minute of 107 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 78/178 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Album starts at 85BPM, ends at 110BPM (+25), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Art of Fighting.
Album by Art Of Fighting. I Don't Keep A Record. In No Good Way. Find You Lost. Reasons Are All I Have Left.
Wires 11. Something New. Ссылка . Moving on from their delicately controlled sophomore album 'Second Storey', Melbourne quartet Art of Fighting return with their beautifully intuitive third, 'Runaways'. Described by the band's front man, Ollie Browne, as "open and relaxed", the songs captured on Runaways are a mix of introspective 'Sycamore & Sand', playful, romantic 'Less than an Instant' insightful 'Distance as Virtue and brutally honest 'Mysteries'.
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The album's eleven tracks are beautifully melodic, if sometimes too homogenous. The pleasantly yearning "Skeletons" gives way to the faster "Give Me Tonight" (which weirdly resembles Leo Sayer's 70s chestnut "When I Need You"); from there the album ebbs and flows, as a few louder songs drift among the soft ones. Singer Ollie Browne echoes the way Thom Yorke handles his most delicate ballads (think "Fake Plastic Trees"); Browne expresses aching, shallow-breathing vulnerability while staying precisely on pitch.
With Wires, Australia's Art of Fighting produced a startlingly brilliant debut full-length, after the release of two highly acclaimed EPs on Half a Cow Records. The tender and atmospheric feel of the opening track, "Skeletons," and the heart-achingly breathtaking "Give Me Tonight," makes first-time listeners of Wires instantly taken aback, as Ollie Browne's delicate vocals deliver a resounding emotional tone
Management: Tom Larnach-Jones tomlarnachjonesl . If you’re semi old school, you can grab it on CD at your local record shop or our bandcamp page.