In Praise Of More
ENGINEERS THIRD ALBUM 'IN PRAISE OF MORE' RE-ISSUED FOR 2016 AT MID-PRICE.
UK based Engineers, featuring multi-instrumentalist Mark Peters, celebrated German ambient artist/producer Ulrich Schnauss, and London based drummer and composer Matthew Linley, have been creating mesmerising music with brilliantly shaded guitar textures and teasing lyrical ambiguities since 2004.
It was with their second album released in 2009, 'Three Fact Fader', that brought them to the attention of worldwide media, they followed up its success with a new album 'In Praise Of More' in 2010, which also brought about a change in line up - Mark Peters moved to guitar and was replaced by Daniel Land on bass and Matthew Linley joined on drums. In addition, respected solo artist Ulrich Schnauss, who had previously played keyboards live with the band, joined as full time member.
This 2CD set features an instrumental version of the album and is presented in a super jewel case.
'should be given to most UK bands as an example of in making an album that is a joy to behold' - 8/10 Clash 'Everything they do is brilliant' - Lauren Lavern BBC 6 Music "Engineers transcend shoegazing and approach the heights of Spiritualized at their space-rocking best. We need theseguys around." * * * * The Sunday Times
- What It's Worth ( 03:49 )
- Subtober ( 04:25 )
- Las Vega ( 04:10 )
- Press Rewind ( 04:06 )
- There Will Be Time ( 02:38 )
- To An Evergreen ( 05:17 )
- Twenty Paces ( 06:09 )
- In Praise Of More ( 03:36 )
- Nach House ( 03:49 )
- What It's Worth ( Instrumental ) ( 03:49 )
- Subtober ( Instrumental ) ( 04:25 )
- Las Vega ( Instrumental ) ( 04:10 )
- Press Rewind ( Instrumental ) ( 04:06 )
- There Will Be Time ( Instrumental ) ( 02:38 )
- To An Evergreen ( Instrumental ) ( 05:17 )
- Twenty Paces ( Instrumental ) ( 06:09 )
- In Praise Of More ( Instrumental ) ( 03:36 )
- Nach House ( Instrumental ) ( 03:49 )
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