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Beautiful Things - The Lawrence Arms - Metropole (CD)

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  1. 8/ Metropole is the sixth studio album from the punk band The Lawrence Arms. The record was released by Epitaph Records on January 28, Also released on the same date, as part of limited edition pre-order bundles, was the 7" vinyl-exclusive EP News From Yalta, which features three tracks from the same recording sessions that did not end up making it into the main release of brasahaberontradopentriculnelting.coinfo: Punk rock.
  2. Jan 28,  · Metropole was recorded at Atlas Studios in the late Spring of Engineered by Matt Allison. Assisted by Justin Yates. Mixed at Atlas in the Summer of by Matt Allison. Illustrated and designed by David Holtz. Photographed by Ben Pier. All songs written by the Lawrence Arms.5/5(2).
  3. Jan 24,  · The Lawrence Arms sound on Metropole is similar to their younger days, but the lyrics and sound have a rawness to them. It is fitting for a fan that has been listening to these guys through the years. We have gotten older as fans and they as a band. This album really expresses that feeling of getting older. All their albums get me through the day/5(25).
  4. Metropole, Album by The Lawrence Arms out on Epitaph in Pressing of on translucent gold vinyl. CD-5 - Beautiful Things CD-6 - Acheron River CD-7 - Metropole CD-8 - Drunk Tweets CD-9 - The YMCA Down The Street From The Clinic CD - Never Fade Away CD - Paradise Shitty CD - October Blood. Discogs Images Website Audio.
  5. The Lawrence Arms "Beautiful Things": album: "Metropole" () Chilean District. You Are Here. Hickey Avenue. Seventeener (17th And 37th) Beautiful Things. Acheron River. Metropole. Drunk Tweets. The YMCA Down The Street From The Clinic. Never Fade Away. Paradise Shitty. October Blood. These Pigs Seem To Be Getting The Best Of Me.
  6. Jul 16,  · A month before the release of The Lawrence Arms’ new album Skeleton Coast and in the midst of the shutdown and following uprisings, rosso and Kelly discussed how all of this impacted the record, his favorite parts of the record, and a little about the state of the world while letting Rosso geek out a little about his own fandom and history.
  7. release from legendary Chicago Punk band The Lawrence Arms, their first album in eight years. a beloved band in the Punk scene from their inception in , members Brendan Kelly (vocals/bassist), Chris McCaughan (vocals/guitar), and Neil Hennessey (drummer) have released five studio albums to date. Their sixth album and first with Epitaph, METROPOLE captures "that alone-in-a-crowd Brand: The Lawrence Arms.
  8. Metropole features The Lawrence Arms at their most wistful, conceptual, but also their most consuming. The music, just a shade toned-down and perhaps more akin to pop-punk than in previous releases, is .