Style: Brit Pop, Indie Rock
Format: MP3 FLAC MP2 MPC MP1 VQF ADX DXD ASF
FLAC size: 1459 mb | MP3 size: 1601 mb | WMA size: 1256 mb
Label: Domino – WIGCD152. Format: CD, Album, Promo. On disc: For promotional use only. Not for sale (P) 2005 Domino Recordings Co Ltd (C) 2005 Clearlake Made in the EU. Track durations are not printed on the release.
Amber (Clearlake album). 2006 studio album by Clearlake. Amber is the third album by indie rock group Clearlake, released on January 23rd 2006 on Domino Records. The seventh track from the album, "Finally Free", was featured on Eden Games' 2006 videogame release, Test Drive Unlimited; the song "No Kind of Life" appeared in the movie Awake.
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You’ve taken the time to see The lights in the street come on You know it occurs to me That maybe it’s been too long. I thought by now it might have gone away I think about it every single day.
No Kind of Life" – 3:33. Getting Light Outside" – 3:45. Good Clean Fun" – 3:54. Here to Learn" – 3:02.
Amber, the band's third album, pits ostentatious instrumentation against a druthers for fiery guitar squall, elements they've never meshed this harmoniously before. Frequently gorgeous but over-lubed, the album forges soundscapes so lush they're almost narcotic. Another way Amber foils expectations: For a band with such imaginative whimsy, Clearlake have a disappointingly staid invasion jones. Finally Free" does its scuzziest nth-wave stomp, complete with tactical tambourine jiggles, aloof vox harmonies, and an insultingly simple guitar lick; cowbell's a continental aberration, probably a Pixies reference.