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What We All Come to Need is the fourth studio album by American post-metal band Pelican. The album was released on October 27, 2009 through Southern Lord Records and was the band's first for the label after leaving Hydra Head Records earlier in 2009. A music video for "Final Breath" released on December 22, 2009, directed by Matt Santoro. In late 2008, Pelican recognized a decline in group morale and in concert attendance, so the band considered slowing touring

Complete sua coleção de Pelican. An Inch Above The Sand. What We All Come To Need. Any word on how this pressing sounds? I thought the mastering was fantastic on my original copy, but it is very prone to fluttering and skipping during quiet sections between songs. Also has a ton of popping/other surface noise. Curious if this reissue cured those problems. I love this album! Responder Notifique-me Helpful.

Pelican have worked with these problems for most of this decade. Early efforts, a self-titled EP and the Australasia full-length, got by on power and a little atmosphere. At that time, the band sounded like a more expansive, drone-oriented Neurosis. Pelican's current conundrum began with 2007's City of Echoes. The band scaled back its songs to more conventional lengths but didn't change much otherwise, making them feel like strings of sometimes-cool riffs. But the group shored up its songwriting with the Pink Mammoth and Ephemeral EPs, and now the songs on What We All Come to Need flow smoothly. Their riffs work with each other instead of next to each other

This album has an average beat per minute of 119 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 77/171 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist What We All Come to Need. BPM Profile What We All Come to Need. Album starts at 114BPM, ends at 96BPM (-18), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Pelican.

One had to wonder what Pelican's signing to Southern Lord could possibly mean. To be truthful, while the band did write and perform more structurally formal material on 2007's City of Echoes, they retained their trademark post-metal aesthetic - percussive repetition, overtone basslines, and nuanced guitar riffing. On What We All Come to Need, they have taken it not a step further, but a step more inside that aesthetic. The concentration here is on songwriting rather than riffing

When the sessions for What We All Come to Need kicked off in the summer of 2009, the band decided to give the drums a much needed boost in the mix. As a result the record sounds absolutely beautiful and crisp throughout its 50 minute voyage. When compared to Pelican’s other works, What We All Come to Need deviates its self as a strictly guitar-laden album. The drums make a strong impact and connection with the listener on this album than on any other Pelican record.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Glimmer
Bass – Ben Verellen
A2 The Creeper
Guitar – Greg Anderson
A3 Ephemeral
B1 Specks Of Light
B2 Strung Up From The Sky
B3 An Inch Above Sand
C1 What We All Come To Need
Guitar – Aaron Turnip*
C2 Final Breath
Vocals [Syllables (Inspired By The Robert Burns Poem A Red, Red Rose)] – Allen Epley
D1 The Creeper (Live)
D2 An Inch Above Sand (Live)
D3 What We All Come To Need (Demo)

Companies, etc.

  • Pressed By – GZ Digital Media – 84348E

Credits

  • Artwork [Photo Montage], Design – Seldon Hunt
  • Engineer – Chris Common (tracks: D3)
  • Engineer [Assistant] – Derek Moree (tracks: A1 to C2), Layne McKay (tracks: A1 to C2)
  • Mastered By – Ed Brooks (tracks: A1 to C2)
  • Mixed By, Mastered By – Chris Common (tracks: D1 to D3)
  • Performer – Bryan Herweg, Larry Herweg, Laurent Schroeder-Lebec*, Trevor Shelley-de Brauw*
  • Photography By [Original] – Andrew Weiss
  • Producer, Engineer, Mixed By – Chris Common (tracks: A1 to C2)
  • Recorded By [Live Sound] – Brandon Eggleston (tracks: D1, D2)

Notes

180 gram deluxe gatefold double vinyl edition. Contains 3 exclusive bonus tracks (D1 to D3) available on vinyl only.
Limited edition of 1000 copies in clear vinyl.

Tracks A1 to C2 recorded at Robert Lang and Red Room Studios. Mixed at Electrokitty. Seattle, Wa. July and August 2009.
Tracks D1 and D2 recorded live at Neumo's in Seattle, Wa. August 6, 2009.
Track D3 from Ephemeral demo sessions at Red Room Studios, February 2009.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 8 08720 01101 2
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Etchings): PIRATES PRESS LORD110LP A 84348E1/A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Etchings): PIRATES PRESS LORD110LP B 84348E2/B
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C Etchings): PIRATES PRESS LORD110LP C 84348E3/B
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D Etchings): PIRATES PRESS LORD110LP D 84348E4/B

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
LORD110 Pelican What We All Come To Need ‎(CD, Album) Southern Lord LORD110 US 2009
LORD110 Pelican What We All Come To Need ‎(2xLP, Album, Dlx) Southern Lord LORD110 US 2010
LORD110 Pelican What We All Come To Need ‎(2xLP, Album, RP, Win) Southern Lord LORD110 US 2015
LORD110 Pelican What We All Come To Need ‎(2xLP, Album, Ltd, Spl) Southern Lord LORD110 US 2010
LORD110 Pelican What We All Come To Need ‎(2xLP, Album, Ltd, RE, Gol) Southern Lord LORD110 US 2013


Pelican  - What We All Come To Need FLAC album

Performer: Pelican

Title: What We All Come To Need

Country: US

Date of release: 2010

Style: Alternative Rock, Post Rock, Heavy Metal

Genre: Rock

Size MP3: 1199 mb

Size FLAC: 1212 mb

Rating: 4.1 / 5

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