The Hives - Tyrannosaurus Hives album flac
Title: Tyrannosaurus Hives
Style: Garage Rock, Punk
MP3 album: 1549 mb
FLAC album: 1393 mb
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Two years later, Tyrannosaurus Hives arrives, and proves that the band isn't just a fossil from the days when everyone (or critics, at least) thought that the Hives and the other bands lumped in with the rock revival were going to change the face of pop music. It may have taken the Hives awhile to follow up Veni Vidi Vicious, but they didn't waste any time: Tyrannosaurus Hives is half an hour of highly compressed, high-contrast rock that is far and away the band's best album. While recording the album, the Hives mentioned that they were especially inspired by Kraftwerk. Even though nothing here sounds like "Pocket Calculator" and the band hasn't forsaken its black-and-white dress code for Teutonic black and red, that band's influence is indeed all over Tyrannosaurus Hives, most literally on the breakup lament "Love in Plaster," which borrows a motorik beat and squiggly keyboards.
Tyrannosaurus Hives is the third full-length album by The Hives, released on July 20, 2004. It is their first album since Veni Vidi Vicious from 2000. Allusion to Randy Fitzsimmons: If the front cover of the album is removed from the case and lined up with the back, one can see that there is an extra pair of legs, hinting at Fitzsimmons' existence.
The Hives are a Swedish rock band that rose to prominence in the early 2000s during the post-punk revival. Their mainstream success came with the release of the album Veni Vidi Vicious, containing the single "Hate to Say I Told You So". The band has been acclaimed by music critics as one of the best live rock bands in 2012. The Hives have released five studio albums: Barely Legal (1997), Veni Vidi Vicious (2000), Tyrannosaurus Hives (2004), The Black and White Album (2007) and Lex Hives (2012).
Album Name Tyrannosaurus Hives. Labels Interscope Records. Music StylePunk-Rock. Members owning this album15. 2. Two-Timing Touch and Broken Bones. 5. A Little More for Little You.
Tyrannosaurus Hives is the third full-length album by The Hives, released on 20 July 2004. It is their first album since Veni Vidi Vicious from 2000, and also their first original release on a major label. If the front cover of the album is removed from the case and lined up with the back, one can see that there is an extra pair of legs, hinting at Randy Fitzsimmons' existence.
The Hives – Tyrannosaurus Hives. Label: Polydor – 9866987. A&R – Randy Fitzsimmons. A&R – Mark Williams (19). A&R – Colin Barlow. Arranged By – Björn Yttling. Artwork – The Hives, Walse Custom Design. Booking – Margie Albarn, Morgan Johansson (2), Tobbe Lorentz. Illustration – Mikael Eriksson. Mastered By – George Marino. Mixed By – Michael Ilbert, Pelle Gunnerfeldt, The Hives. Photography – Stefan Zschernitz. Producer – Pelle Gunnerfeldt, The Hives. Recorded By – Johan Gustavsson, Pelle Gunnerfeldt. Sequenced By – Magnus Larnhed, The Hives
BPM Profile Tyrannosaurus Hives. Album starts at 172BPM, ends at 144BPM (-28), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by The Hives. The Black and White Album.