Category: Alternative

Stork & Owl - TV On The Radio - Dear Science (CD, Album)


  1. Metilar says:
    Stork And Owl This song is by TV on the Radio and appears on the album Dear Science ().
  2. Branos says:
    Stork & Owl Arranged By [Strings] – Jaleel Bunton Cello TV On The Radio: Dear Science ‎ (CD, Album, Dlx) Interscope Records: B US: Sell This Version: Recommendations Reviews Add Review [r] Release. Edit Release All Versions of this Release.
  3. Vudogor says:
    TV on the Radio; Dear Science. Best New Album. by: TV on the Radio - Stork and Owl (Gang Gang Dance Remix) by: Dan Weiss; The Brooklyn stalwarts on their new album, the hellhole that is.
  4. Dojas says:
    Dear Science is the third studio album by American rock band TV on the Radio. It was released on September 16, , digitally through Touch and Go Records, with the physical release coming a week later through Interscope Records in North America and 4AD elsewhere.
  5. Nile says:
    TV On The Radio - Dear Science () Simply put, this album is brilliant, just brimming with creativity. TVOTR bring a mind-blowing combination of soul, post-punk, techno, funk no description is really adequate because they draw from all of these places and more to come up with something all their own/5().
  6. Gazilkree says:
    As Dear Science, unfolds, it becomes clear that it isn't so much a radical change for TV on the Radio as it is a slight but significant shift in approach. "Stork and Owl," an inspired mix of hypnotically looping samples and flowing, real-time soulfulness, and "Love Dog," which boasts some of Adepimbe 's most affecting singing since "Staring at the Sun," could have fit easily on earlier albums with a few sonic 9/
  7. Akinorn says:
    — Rolling Stone // (Dear Science) boldly took guitars where no album had gone before. And it did so with more creativity, daring and flair than any record since Radiohead's OK Computer. — The Guardian // The band’s third studio album released in , Dear Science, opened with vintage TVOTR, but the nostalgia does not last.
  8. Shataxe says:
    Jan 01,  · Dear Science TV on the Radio Alternative · Preview SONG TIME Halfway Home. 1. PREVIEW Crying. 2. PREVIEW Dancing Choose. 3. PREVIEW Stork & Owl. 4. PREVIEW Golden Age. 5. PREVIEW Family Tree. 6 More by TV on the Radio. World Cafe Live EP Chemical Peels - Single.
  9. Munos says:
    Asks the Stork that soars. With the Owl. High above. Canyons mighty walls. Owl said "Death's a door, That love walks through. In and out. In and out. Back and forth. Back and forth". These are my favorite lyrics from TV on the Radio. There are several "cyclical" images in the song. Stars, Tides and Storms are all cyclical images of death and.

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