Album · 2008 · 15 Songs. We've Moved Psycho and the Birds.
The Cinematic Orchestra/London Metropolitan Orchestra.
The second full-length by Psycho & the Birds was recorded in the same fashion as 2006's All That Is Holy and its follow-up EP, Check Your Zoo: Robert Pollard recorded his rough guitar and voice demos (according to the press kit, on the same cheap department store boombox that much of the early Guided by Voices material was recorded on) on.
Psycho and the Birds is a collaboration with Robert Pollard and Todd Tobias. Bob records songs boombox style and sends them to Todd to dress them up. In 2006, they released an album (All That Is Holy) and an EP (Check Your Zoo) both as part of Pollard's 'Fading Captain' Series. In 2008 they released the 15-track album We've Moved on Pollard's new Happy Jack Rock Records imprint. I'm Never Gonna Leave, You're Never Gonna Win. We've Moved. 102 BPM. Yes an Article.
Sentimental Stations. Psycho and the Birds. Sentimental Stations. Do you know the lyrics for this track?
Psycho is a 1960 American psychological horror film directed and produced by Alfred Hitchcock, and written by Joseph Stefano. The film centers on an encounter between a secretary, Marion Crane (Leigh), who ends up at a secluded motel after stealing money from her employer, and the motel's owner-manager, Norman Bates (Perkins), and its aftermath.
5 years ago 5 years ago. Classical. Use shift and the arrow up and down keys to change the volume.
I've been calling all morning. Oh, Miss Daniels you have no idea. But "The Birds" remains the original classic even though the story develops itself very slowly and the script refuses to give any type of explanation whatsoever. For nearly a full hour, the film simply focuses on the bizarre love-story between the spoiled daughter of newspaper owner and an arrogant crime attorney. She drives out to his parental house in Bodega Bay, where he spends all of his weekends, to play out a practical joke.
The Birds’ was one of the most successful suspense films of its time and possibly all time. The killers in ‘The Birds’ and ‘Psycho’ were believable however the characters remained odd and innocent characters. The introduction of the film with the character is familiar shows her sense of security however when she moves to a rural area we see a vulnerable character with unfamiliar surroundings. Hitchcock may have chosen a small town because it is seen to be more dangerous but in this setting it is more dangerous as it is isolated.
|A1||Person Who Lives In A Thundercloud||2:15|
|A3||I Love A Revolution||1:30|
|A5||Franklin's Famous Graham Cracker Crust||2:07|
|B1||She Tears Out||2:16|
|B3||Hound Has The Advantage||2:45|
|B4||Poor Old Pine||1:53|
|B5||I'm Never Gonna Leave, You're Never Gonna Win||2:28|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Needmore Songs
- Copyright (c) – Needmore Songs
- Performer [Birds] – Todd Tobias
- Written-By, Performer [Psycho] – Robert Pollard
NotesFrom back cover: Robert Pollard appears courtesy of Merge Records
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- Barcode: 656605492018
- Matrix / Runout (Side A): HJRR-16-A 17156.1...
- Matrix / Runout (Side B): HJRR-16-B 17156.2...
|HJRR16||Psycho And The Birds||We've Moved (CD, Album)||Happy Jack Rock Records||HJRR16||US||2008|
Performer: Psycho And The Birds
Title: We've Moved
Date of release: 2008
Style: Indie Rock
Size MP3: 1504 mb
Size FLAC: 1673 mb
Rating: 4.3 / 5
Other Formats: WMA ASF MP2 MMF MP4 DMF WAV