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Download Fiona Apple - Extraordinary Machine Flac Performer: Fiona Apple
Title: Extraordinary Machine
Style: Soft Rock, Pop Rock
Label: Plain Recordings
# Cat: plain174
Released: 2011
Country: US
FLAC album: 1507 mb
MP3 album: 1945 mb
Rating: 4.8
Genre: Rock / Pop

Tracklist

1Tymps (The Sick In The Head Song)
Bass, Mellotron, Clavinet [Fuzz], Drum Programming – Mike ElizondoDrums – Abe Laboriel Jr.Keyboards [Chamberlin] – Jebin BruniMarimba, Vibraphone, Organ [Wurlitzer, Optigan], Clavinet, Celesta, Piano [Tack], Zither [Marxophone] – Zac Rae
4:05
2Waltz (Better Than Fine)
Arranged By [Orchestra] – Patrick WarrenBass – Jon BrionDrums – Jim KeltnerOrgan – Benmont TenchProducer – Jon BrionRecorded By – Tom Biller
3:47
3Get Him Back
Bass [Moog] – Mike ElizondoDrums – Ahmir '?uestlove' ThompsonKeyboards – Keefus Ciancia
5:26
4O' Sailor
Bass – Mike ElizondoDrums – Abe Laboriel Jr.Flute – Glenn BergerKeyboards [Yahama Portasound & 360 Systems] – Jebin BruniPiano [Tack], Organ [Pump, Farfisa], Vibraphone, Clavinet, Keyboards [Chamberlin], Other [Arp String Ensemble] – Zac Rae
5:37
5Please Please Please
Bass, Guitar – Mike ElizondoDrums – Abe Laboriel Jr.Guitar [Fuzz] – Brian KehewOrgan [Wurlitzer], Vibraphone, Keyboards – Zac Rae
3:35
6Oh Well
Bass [Moog] – Mike ElizondoDrums – Abe Laboriel Jr.French Horn – Brad WarnaarGuitar – Brian KehewKeyboards – Dave Palmer, Roger Joseph Manning Jr.Organ [Pump] – Zac Rae
3:42
7Better Version Of Me
Bass – Mike ElizondoDrums, Percussion – Abe Laboriel Jr.Guitar, Keyboards – Brian KehewKeyboards [Chamberlin & 360 Systems] – Jebin BruniOrgan [Farfisa, Optigan] – Zac RaeSaxophone – Glenn BergerTrombone – George ThatcherTrumpet, Arranged By [Horns] – John Daversa
3:01
8Window
Bass, Clavinet, Programmed By – Mike ElizondoDrums, Programmed By – Abe Laboriel Jr.Keyboards – Dave Palmer, Roger Joseph Manning Jr.Saxophone – Glenn BergerTrombone – George ThatcherTrumpet, Arranged By [Horns] – John Daversa
5:33
9Parting Gift3:36
10Extraordinary Machine
Marimba, Arranged By [Orchestra] – Jon BrionProducer – Jon BrionRecorded By – Tom Biller
3:44
11Red Red Red
Bass [Upright, Moog] – Mike ElizondoDrums – Abe Laboriel Jr.Guitar, Organ [Farfisa] – Brian KehewKeyboards – Jebin Bruni
4:08
12Not About Love
Bass [Moog] – Mike ElizondoDrums – Ahmir '?uestlove' ThompsonGuitar – Brian Kehew
4:21

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
EK 86683Fiona Apple Extraordinary Machine ‎(CD, Album)Epic, Clean SlateEK 86683US2005
EN 96530Fiona Apple Extraordinary Machine ‎(Hybrid, DualDisc, Album, NTSC, Reg)Epic, Clean SlateEN 96530US2005
82876736322Fiona Apple Extraordinary Machine ‎(Hybrid, DualDisc, Album, Sup)Epic, Clean Slate82876736322Europe2005
82876736342Fiona Apple Extraordinary Machine ‎(CD, Album + DVD, PAL)Epic, Clean Slate82876736342Australia2005
SICP 927Fiona Apple Extraordinary Machine ‎(CD, Album, Promo)Sony Records Int'l, Clean SlateSICP 927Japan2005
CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
EK 86683Fiona Apple Extraordinary Machine ‎(CD, Album)Epic, Clean SlateEK 86683US2005
EN 96530Fiona Apple Extraordinary Machine ‎(Hybrid, DualDisc, Album, NTSC, Reg)Epic, Clean SlateEN 96530US2005
82876736322Fiona Apple Extraordinary Machine ‎(Hybrid, DualDisc, Album, Sup)Epic, Clean Slate82876736322Europe2005
E2 86683Fiona Apple Extraordinary Machine ‎(2xLP, Album)Epic, Clean SlateE2 86683US2005
82876736342Fiona Apple Extraordinary Machine ‎(CD, Album + DVD, PAL)Epic, Clean Slate82876736342Australia2005

Credits

  • Art DirectionAimée Macauley
  • Co-producerBrian Kehew (tracks: A2, A3, B1 to B3, C1 to C3, D1, D2)
  • Lyrics By, Music ByFiona Apple
  • Mastered ByBrian Gardner
  • Mixed ByDave Way
  • Photography [Back Cover] – Autumn De Wilde
  • Photography [Booklet] – Lionel Deluy
  • Photography [Cover] – Fiona Apple
  • PianoFiona Apple (tracks: A2, A3, B1 to B3, C1, C2, D2, D3)
  • ProducerMike Elizondo (tracks: A2, A3, B1 to B3, C1 to C3, D1, D2)
  • Recorded ByAdam Hawkins (tracks: A2, A3, B1 to B3, C1 to C3, D1, D2), Mike Elizondo (tracks: A2, A3, B1 to B3, C1 to C3, D1, D2)
  • Co-producerBrian Kehew (tracks: A2 to D2)
  • DesignAimée Macauley
  • ManagementHoward Kaufman, Steve Brumbach
  • Mastered ByBrian Gardner
  • Mixed ByDave Way
  • Photography ByFiona Apple
  • ProducerJon Brion (tracks: A1, D3), Mike Elizondo (tracks: A2 to D2)
  • Recorded ByAdam Hawkins (tracks: A2 to D2), Mike Elizondo (tracks: A2 to D2), Tom Biller (tracks: A1, D3)
  • Words By, Music ByFiona Apple

Notes

Recorded [...] at Phantom Studios, Los Angeles, CA
Additional recording at Stanley Studios, Venice, CA
except
"Extraordinary Machine" & "Waltz (Better Than Fine)"
Recorded [...] Abbey Road Studios, London, UK, & The Paramour, Ocean Way, and Cello Studios, Los Angeles, CA

All songs mixed [...] at Waystation, Los Angeles, CA
Mastered [...] at Bernie Grundman Mastering, Los Angeles, CA

© 2005 Sony BMG Music Entertainment/℗ 2005 Sony BMG Music Entertainment/Manufactured and Distributed by Epic Records, A Division of Sony BMG Music Entertainment(c) 2011 and (p) 2005 Sony Music Entertainment
Tracks 2 to 11 recorded by Adam Hawkins & Mike Elizondo at Phantom Studios, Los Angeles, CA. Additional recording at Stanley Studios, Venice, CA.
Tracks 1 & 12 recorded by Tom Biller at Abbey Road Studios, London, UK; The Paramour, Ocean Way, & Cello Studios, Los Angeles, CA.
Mixed by Dave Way at Waystation, Los Angeles, CA.
Mastered by Brian Gardner at Bernie Grundman Mastering, Los Angeles, CA.

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 6 9699-86683-1 7
  • Matrix / Runout (A-side runout): 97723-AL-2 `I' ⓤ ⓤ
  • Matrix / Runout (B-side runout): 97723-BL ⓤ
  • Matrix / Runout (C-side runout): 97724-AL ⓤ
  • Matrix / Runout (D-side runout): 97724-BL ⓤ
  • Rights Society: ASCAP
  • Barcode (Scanned): 646315517415

Companies

  • Published By – FHW Music
  • Recorded At – Phantom Studios
  • Recorded At – Stanley Recordings
  • Recorded At – Abbey Road Studios
  • Recorded At – Ocean Way Recording
  • Recorded At – Cello Studios
  • Mixed At – Waystation
  • Mastered At – Bernie Grundman Mastering
  • Copyright (c) – Sony BMG Music Entertainment
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Sony BMG Music Entertainment
  • Manufactured By – Epic Records
  • Distributed By – Epic Records
  • Record Company – Sony BMG Music Entertainment
  • Pressed By – United Record Pressing
  • Manufactured For – Plain Recordings
  • Manufactured By – Sony Music Entertainment
  • Copyright (c) – Sony Music Entertainment
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Sony Music Entertainment

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Album

Extraordinary Machine is the third album by American singer-songwriter Fiona Apple, released by Epic Records in the United States on October 4, 2005. Extraordinary Machine is ranked 1,960th in the overall chart, 352nd in the 2000s, and 44th in the year 2005. This album is rated in the top 4 of all albums on. Exhausted by the protracted delays and reworks Extraordinary Machine suffered, Fiona worked on new music in fits and starts when touring ended but neglected to inform Epic until 2012, when she turned a finished album in by surprise. Genre: Singer-Songwriter. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. About Extraordinary Machine. Stream Extraordinary Machine by fionaapple from desktop or your mobile device. Extraordinary Machine contains 12 electrifying tracks, including the brand new songs 'Parting Gift' and 'O' Sailor', all of which feature the brilliant music and poignant, passionate lyrics that have inspired legions of intensely loyal fans all over the world. 12 tracks 50:54. This track is not available in Russian Federation - Learn more. Extraordinary Machine is a music album by Fiona Apple released in 2005. The music is now dominated by her lovely voice, inspired lyrics, strings galore, and songs driven by piano. Color: Green FAV TRACKS: Extraordinary Machine, Tymps The Sick in the Head Song, O Sailor, Get Him Back, Better Version of Me, Parting Gift, Oh Well, Window LEAST FAV: Please Please Please, Red Red Red. Listen free to Fiona Apple Extraordinary Machine Not About Love, Red Red Red and more. The top rated tracks on this album are Not About Love and Extraordinary Machine. Посмотреть сведения об участниках альбома, рецензии, композиции и приобрести альбом 2016 180 Gram Vinyl от Extraordinary Machine на Machine is Fiona Apple's first album in roughly six years. The controversy surrounding the album and leaked recordings of the Jon Brion sessions were the subject of substantial press attention, as well as. Apple began work on her third album Extraordinary Machine in 2002 when Jon Brion, her friend and frequent collaborator asked him if they could start working again to help him get over a break-up. Apple eventually rerecorded the whole album with producer Mike Elizondo, but bootlegs still exist of the Brion sessions as well. The final 2005 Elizondo version was named the best album of the year by both Entertainment Weekly and The New Yor. Fiona Apple. Extraordinary Machine. Extraordinary Machine is Fiona Apple's first album in roughly six years. Her sound has changed, and has changed for the better. The album has a vibe that is not easily described, and often times the songs have a circus-music, upbeat, hypnotic flair to t. So I can empathize with Fiona Apple, who has gone through a similarly arduous journey on the road to releasing her first album in six years. But now, after the long hiatus, it is truly a treat to have her back with her most interesting, unique, and eccentric album to date. They started working and recording together and played early versions of some songs during Brions weekly gigs at LAs Club Largo. With a steady focus on fun production and clever lyrics, the overall mood on this record is very different from her others in the timeline. Earlier this year, Extraordinary Machine appeared destined for Yankee Hotel Foxtrot status, as the nearly-finished album Apple made with longtime collaborator Jon Brion was shelved, then surreptitiously leaked to the world's music thieves. Produced by Jon Brion, it was expected to be released in 2003 but was delayed several times by the record label without explanation, leading to speculation that a dispute had arisen over its commercial appeal. Extraordinary Machine is the long-awaited third album from multi-platinum artist Fiona Apple. Extraordinary Machine is probably the most witty and out-there album from Fiona Apple up to this point. Fiona Apples 1996 debut album is a peculiar document of the mid-90s singer-songwriter wave. But rather than graciously accepting a starring role in Fuck the Man Rock N' Roll Myth 67, Apple did a do-over, this time working with Mike Elizondo, best known as right-hand man to the good Dr. 2mo. The album was having trouble being released due to some record label issues, hence the six year gap

Comments: (6)
რฉςh
The cover is really pixelated, and the sound is a little bit skirl
Mr.jeka
This repress sounds weak to me. I've not heard the original vinyl, but compared to the CD it is blah - I was hoping for something much richer sounding!
ZloyGenii
How does this sound compared to the original first vinyl release?
Kiutondyl
thin, it was incredibly noticeable when I got the original pressing
fr0mTheSkY
Well, it's on Plain so probably super shitty. Every Plain record I've bought sounds terrible.
asAS
The original pressing (2005) is profoundly better in sound quality than Plain Recordings' reissue. The 180g reissue has endless pops and crackles in addition to inappropriate surface noise that ruins tracks like "Extraordinary Machine", "Parting Gift", and "Waltz (Better Than Fine)". Furthermore, there is an unforgivable skipping defect just after the climax in "Not About Love"; I returned my copy twice and every replacement copy had the same defect and loud surface noise. Though it may be costly, if anyone is interested in purchasing this album as a 12" LP I only recommend the original issue. The first pressing has beautiful, crisp sounds (with no surface noise) that bring Fiona's piano chords and vocals to life––the fidelity, mastering & dynamic range is very appreciable.
I've AB ed with 2011 Plain Recordings. I'm the first owner for both. so both are in mint condition. Original pressing is superior in sound but I'm not sure the differences are huge enough to justify the price difference. 1. fortunately my 2011 pressing doesn't have a pop or clicks and surface noises are minimal, compared to the original it is even quiter2. my original pressing copy has a surface noise on the blank pasage as well as a quiet part of music. it's really noticeable. 2011 is better on this part3. EQ ; i guess both are from the same master but EQed differently. what you prefer is totally upto the taste. 4. one thing the original is worth is dynamics. when the music is becoming busier, 2011 plain is lost and getting confused. Not About Love, for example, both have a different sound character which i can't decide which i prefer but when the music passed the chorus and came to the last verse 2011 plain started to show its limit. confused among parts. but i'd say that's not that bad. overall if you can find 2011 plain under $30, it's quite a deal. btw I've tested with my modest 7k system / rega rp6 with nagaoka mp200.