Starfish Enterprises - When We Fall album FLAC
Starfish is the fifth album by the Australian rock band The Church, released in February 1988. The band's breakthrough album, Starfish went gold in America and has remained their most commercially successful release. The album sold 600,000 copies in the United States alone.
When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? (stylized in all caps) is the debut studio album by American singer Billie Eilish. It was released on March 29, 2019, by Darkroom and Interscope Records. Finneas O'Connell, her brother, produced fourteen tracks, co-wrote twelve tracks, and wrote two tracks by himself on the album.
The 17-year-old has already taken the Hot 100 by storm with four singles from the album
The teenage star continues to push music forward with her debut album. RTT readers might be stunned to find out there is actually a lot of bass put into this album. The collection weaves through dark heavy beats, to softer pop anthems, but she’s undoubtedly and apologetically doing something that is uniquely hers. She even throws in some sound bits from The Office on my strange addiction much to my surprise. Overall I’d give this album a solid 8/10.
While the record itself, WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO?, has no release date as of now, Eilish did announce that the first single will be released tomorrow (Jan. 30). The album's terrifying cover art features the 17-year-old with blank eyes smiling creepily on the edge of a white bed. It's artistically demonic. Debut album: When we all fall asleep, where do we go?
This is Billie's debut album When We Fall Asleep. Yesterday (January 29) the 17-year-old teased the album’s title track – released today at 5pm GMT – with a short video that shows her head being gripped by hands in black gloves. What do you want from me? Why don’t you run from me? What are you wondering? What do you know? she sings in the clip. The artist released ‘When I Was Younger’ earlier this month, which is on the soundtrack for the Oscar-nominated film Roma. Submitted By Anachronistic.
When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? is frequently stunning and doubly so for a debut album by someone not even old enough to vote. Photo: Chelsea hutterstock. I worry about people born in the 21st century. There’s something deep and dark stirring in our collective consciousness. They’re seeing it firsthand. The last generation grew up with at least the pretense of decency, with a sense that the arc of history bends toward justice.
For the most part, When We All Fall Asleep is stiflingly dull and bloated, with subpar production from Eilish and her brother, Finneas O’Connell (known for his time on Glee). Her debut album is a perfect formula between insanity, creativity and complexity, showing an alternative facet between electronic music and dreampop. Also, a special thanks to her brother and producer FINNEAS, he is a gatekeeper of Billie's art. xpand.
Tracklist Hide Credits
|04||State Of Enterprises||5:21|
|05||When We Fall||5:42|
Guitar [A Few Guitars] – Patrick de Labie*
|08||Me, El Medahey And The Electric Entourage||6:07|
- Published By – Coble
- Published By – Warner/Chappell
- Recorded At – Studio 195
- Mixed At – Studio 195
- Artwork [Moments Of Art] – Koen Lybaert
- Bass – Hugo Peeters
- Co-producer – Geert Mets, Patrick de Labie*
- Design – Beyond > Mixed Data, The Starfish Art Ensemble*
- Drums – Stefan Mertes
- Engineer – Patrick Labie*
- Guitar – Steven Lambrechts
- Guitar, Sampler [Samples] – Koen Lybaert
- Painting – Ingrid de Ceuleneer
- Photography By [Photographs] – Hugo Peeters
- Producer – Koen Lybaert
- Songwriter [All Songs By] – Koen Lybaert, Steven Lambrechts
NotesRecorded and Mixed July,August,September 1993 at Studio 195, Holland.
Dedicated to Jonah.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 7 28182 41102 4
- Rights Society: SABAM