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Download Gnod - Mirror Flac Performer: Gnod
Title: Mirror
Style: Experimental
Label: Rocket Recordings
# Cat: LAUNCH090
Released: 01 Apr 2016
Country: UK & Europe
FLAC album: 2724 mb
MP3 album: 1668 mb
Rating: 4.2
Genre: Electronic / Rock

Tracklist

1Learn To Forgive
2The Mirror
3Sodom & Gomorrah

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
LAUNCH 090CDGnod Mirror ‎(CD, Album, Ltd)Rocket RecordingsLAUNCH 090CDUK & Europe2016
LAUNCH090Gnod Mirror ‎(LP, Album, Whi)Rocket Recordings LAUNCH090UK & Europe2016
LAUNCH 090CDGnod Mirror ‎(CD, Album)Rocket Recordings LAUNCH 090CDUK & Europe2016
LAUNCH 090CDGnod Mirror ‎(CDr, Album, Promo)Rocket Recordings LAUNCH 090CDUK & Europe2016

Credits

  • Band [For This Recording Gnod Were]Alex Macarte, Chris Haslam, Mark Wagner , Marlene Ribeiro, Paddy Shine
  • Recorded By, Mixed ByGnod, Sam Weaver

Notes

The cover has a polythene sleeve with the barcode/logo sticker attached, the sticker is not on the mirrored sleeve. Some copies have sticker with the barcode for the white version (Gnod - Mirror). LP includes designed card inner sleeve and comes with a download code for flac or mp3, The download is for 4 songs
1. The Mirror
2. Learn to Forgive
3. Sodom & Gomorrah
4. The Mirror (Raikes Parade Remix)

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 5014016150821
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): 140160E1/A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): 140160E2/A

Companies

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Rocket Recordings
  • Copyright (c) – Rocket Recordings
  • Recorded At – Islington Mill
  • Mixed At – Islington Mill

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Album

Mirror by GNOD, released 01 April 2016 1. The Mirror 2. Learn To Forgive 3. Sodom & Gomorrah 4. The Mirror RAIKES PARADE REMIX GNOD MIRROR As 2016 dawns , its a fool who predicts the next move of Gnod, seemingly less a musical collec-tive and more a psychic force fuelled by maverick spirit and fearsome willpower. Their mind-frying 2015 triple-album Infinity Machines stood proud as a towering work of experi-mental expansion, acidic invective and nihilistic as an outfit whose restlessly uncom-promising nature is matched only by their unflinching anti-establishment drive, Gn. GNOD - Mirror Album. Published on March, 2016 Artist: GNOD Album: Mirror Catalogue Number: Launch090 Produced by: KHOM . Album 2016 4 Songs. Alternative 2016. The Mirror. Name Gnod. Album Name Mirror. Type Album. Released date 01 April 2016. Labels Rocket Recordings. Music StylePsychedelic Rock. Members owning this album0. Learn to Forgive. Sodom & Gomorrah. The Mirror Raikes Parade Remix. Buy this album. Learn more. Other productions from Gnod. Infinity Machines. Listen free to Gnod Mirror The Mirror, Learn To Forgive and more. 4 tracks 42:12. Or consider a donation. Gnod Mirror Launch090. As 2016 dawns , its a fool who predicts the next move of Gnod, seemingly less a musical collec-tive and more a psychic force fuelled by maverick spirit and fearsome willpower. Their mind-frying 2015 triple-album Infinity Machines stood proud as a towering work of experi-mental expansion, acidic invective and nihilistic as an outfit whose restlessly uncom-promising nature is matched only by their unflinching anti-establishment drive, Gnod set about cre-ating a diametrically opposed aesthetic. Is Mirror the best album by Gnod brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. Mirror by Gnod 2016 Release date: 2016-04-01 Overall rank: 44,531st. Average Rating: 71100 from 3 votes. Accolades: Top albums of 2016 1,170th. Top albums of the 2010s 12,421st. Best albums of all time 44,531st. Gnod bestography

Comments: (1)
Liarienen
It’s a fool who predicts the next move of Gnod, seemingly less a musical collective and more a psychic force fuelled by maverick spirit and fearsome willpower.

"Their mind-frying 2015 triple-album ‘Infinity Machines’ stood proud as a towering work of experimental expansion, acidic invective and nihilistic abrasion.Yet as an outfit whose restlessly uncompromising nature is matched only by their unflinching anti-establishment drive, Gnod set about creating a diametrically opposed aesthetic.

Just as dramatically as their restless disposition morphed their sound to a binary-driven direction for their last work, now Gnod were to strip their electronic setup to a vicious, viscous attack, as redolent of the primal punishment of early Swans as the angular clangour of prime Public Image Ltd, yet shot through with a mercurial power and fiery intensity that could come from no-one else. The opening title-cut of ‘Mirror’ seethes with lithe energy and dubbed-out vitality, whilst elsewhere the eighteen-minute closing track ‘Sodom & Gomorrah’ may be the most dystopian piece of music the band have yet created; a harrowing yet fiercely compelling colossus of bleak abjection.

“The tracks were pretty much written on the road in May 2015” elaborates Gnod’s Paddy Shine. “The final versions of the tracks on the album are a reaction to the results of the re-cent UK election and also some shit that was happening to us and our friends during that period. Lyrically it deals with mental health issues and how things like social media are a vehicle for our split personalities and egos - that and being under the thumb of forces and power structures we can't really fully understand, or even if we understand them we feel helpless to change the situation. This album won't change the situation or start any revolutions but it felt good for us to write some music to let the rage out"

Reflecting and refracting the uncertainty of a darkening era, ‘Mirror’ is a work of bold reinvention and raw renewal, sculpting chaos and discord into a formidable statement of intent. Only one thing is certain - wherever Gnod choose to go next, their ire and inspiration blaze as brightly as ever.”