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The Dream Syndicate - The Dream Syndicate album flac Performer: The Dream Syndicate
Title: The Dream Syndicate
Style: Alternative Rock
Released: 1985
Country: US
MP3 album: 1886 mb
FLAC album: 1111 mb
Rating: 4.8
Other formats: ADX WAV FLAC TTA ASF MPC VQF
Genre: Rock

The Dream Syndicate is an American alternative rock band from Los Angeles, California, originally active from 1981 to 1989, and reunited since 2012. The band is associated with neo-psychedelia and the Paisley Underground music movement; of the bands in that movement, according to the Los Angeles Times, the Dream Syndicate "rocked with the highest degree of unbridled passion and conviction

Los Angeles’s The Dream Syndicate is thrilled to announce 'These Times,' their second album of new music since their 2012 reunion nearly thirty years after they first influenced California’s Paisely Underground scene. When I was writing the songs for the new album I was pretty obsessed with Donuts by J-Dilla, lead singer and songwriter Steve Wynn explained. The Dream Syndicate recorded 'These Times' once again at Montrose Studios in Richmond, Virginia. Co-produced by John Agnello (Phosphorescent, Waxahatchee, Hold Steady, Dinosaur J., Wynn wrote all of the song’s lyrics in the studio after the band finished tracking, so that the words would be dictated by the sound rather than the other way around.

The Dream Syndicate is an American alternative rock band associated with neo-psychedelia and the Paisley Underground. The latest single and video from our album These Times is quite simply a tale of hope and optimism-the journey through darkness that leads to a blinding, luminous light at the end of the tunnel. Or, more sonically, it’s what might have happened if George Harrison had collaborated with Big Star instead of Badfinger while making All Things Must Pass.

The Dream Syndicate chronology. Medicine Show (1984)Medicine Show1984. Out of the Grey (1986). Out of the Grey was released in 1986 as the first studio album after the band was dropped from A&M Records due to disappointing sales after the release of the 1984 album This Is Not the New Dream Syndicate Album. The band pondered its future and even retired temporarily, while lead singer and songwriter Steve Wynn made a record with Dan Stuart (as Danny & Dusty). The duo's album, Lost Weekend (1985), was produced by Paul B. Cutler, who has also produced The Dream Syndicate's eponymous first EP (1982).

Listen to music from The Dream Syndicate like Black Light, Tell Me When It's Over & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from The Dream Syndicate. 1. The Dream Syndicate was a guitar-driven band from . from 1981 to 1989, originally associated with the Paisley Underground music movement. 2. An ensemble dedicated to the realization of La Monte Young's work, composed of: John Cale (strings), Tony Conrad (strings), Angus MacLise (percussion), La Monte Young (vocals), Marian Zazeela (vocals).

our new album These Times comes out May 2 on ANTI- Records. Thanks to all of our friends at for spreading the airwave gospel on our new album. We’re hoping to get to Seattle for a show later this year.

Dream Syndicate leader Steve Wynn's initial influences may have been clear, but he was a strong enough songwriter to give the group material that stood on its own, and over the course of their run, the Dream Syndicate took their music in a number of bracing directions. After the stark, nervy sound of their first album, 1982's The Days of Wine and Roses, they crafted a darker and more ambitious follow-up, 1984's Medicine Show, that moved them into a dustier and more rock-oriented direction. The acclaim led to offers from several major labels, and the Dream Syndicate signed with A&M for their second album. By the time they went into the studio to start work on their major-label debut, Kendra Smith had left to form Opal with David Roback (formerly of the Rain Parade), and David Provost took over on bass.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Sure Thing
Written-By – Precoda*
3:57
A2 That's What You Always Say
Written-By – Wynn*
4:18
B1 When You Smile
Written-By – Wynn*
3:05
B2 Some Kinda Itch
Written-By – Wynn*
5:26

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – Demon Records Ltd.
  • Licensed From – Down There Records
  • Licensed From – Enigma Records
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Enigma Records
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Down There Records
  • Copyright (c) – Demon Records
  • Copyright (c) – Down There Records
  • Published By – Bug Music
  • Published By – Warner Bros. Music Ltd.
  • Recorded At – Southwest Sound
  • Pressed By – MPO
  • Lacquer Cut At – Porky's Mastering

Credits

  • Bass – Kendra Smith
  • Drums – Dennis Duck
  • Engineer – Paul Cutler*
  • Guitar – Karl Precoda
  • Guitar, Vocals – Steve Wynn
  • Lacquer Cut By – Porky
  • Photography By [Cover Photo] – Lynda Burdick

Notes

Recorded January 31, 1982 at Southwest Sound, Pasadena, CA

Issued under licence from Down There Records/Enigma Records USA

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout, side A, etched): MPO ZANE 001 A¹ A PORKY PRIME CUT.
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout, side B, etched): MPO ZANE 001 B¹

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
DT-2 The Dream Syndicate The Dream Syndicate ‎(12", EP) Down There Records DT-2 US 1982
DT-2 The Dream Syndicate The Dream Syndicate ‎(12", EP, TP) Down There Records DT-2 US 1982
VEXCD 10 The Dream Syndicate The Dream Syndicate ‎(CD, EP) Demon Records VEXCD 10 UK Unknown
DT-2, E-1025 The Dream Syndicate The Dream Syndicate ‎(12", EP, RE) Down There Records, Enigma Records DT-2, E-1025 US 1983
1025-1 The Dream Syndicate The Dream Syndicate ‎(12", EP) Enigma Records 1025-1 Europe 1986