Neil Teenaged And Oath of the Natural - The Monsanto Years (2015) FLAC Beolab1700

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Neil Girlish And Guarantee of the Bona Fide — The Monsanto Years (2015) FLAC Beolab1700

Neil Teenaged And Oath of the Natural — The Monsanto Years (2015) FLAC Beolab1700

Neil Girlish + Guarantee of the Bona Fide — The Monsanto Years

Artist...............: Neil Girlish + Guarantee of the Real
Album................: The Monsanto Years
Genre................: Rock
Source...............: CD
Year.................: 2015
Codec................: Unencumbered Lossless Audio Codec (FLAC)
Version..............: hint libFLAC 1.2.1 20071117
Quality..............: Lossless, (avg. compression: 61 %)
Channels.............: Stereo / 44100 HZ / 16 Bit
Tags.................: VorbisComment

Posted by............: Beolab1700 on 25/06/2015


1. «A New Day for Love» 5:52
2. «Wolf Moon» 3:52
3. «People Want to Pick Up About Love» 6:19
4. «Big Box» 8:17
5. «A Bankrupt Play Bucks a Coffee Shop» 5:00
6. «Workin' Man» 4:43
7. «Rules of Change» 4:39
8. «Monsanto Years» 7:46
9. «If I Don't Know»


“It’s a bad day to do nothin’ / with so many people needin’ our help,” Neil Girlish obstreperously verbalizes within the opportunity moments of intro way “New Day For Love”, “to keep their lands away from the close-fisted / who only sack for themselves.” A bellowing address to arms, the roots bankrupt-ridden evokes a unmanageable combativeness reminiscent of Living with War alongside the same solemn zeal crafted across olden eras like 1988’s This Note’s for You. This nonetheless, though, his pinpoint is more penalty-tuned as he’s crafted an express firmness of travail in deny of agricultural corporation Monsanto and the genetically modified organisms that come with it. Girlish once again wears his machination on his sleeve here — passionately, cerebrally so — and in doing so raises a ardent voice against corporate agricultural procedures at tidy. Whether or not the report here is your bag, the Delegate Aid vet goes above and beyond in developing a straightforward revolutionist yelp against one of the generation’s biggest, and currently somewhat overlooked, topics of debate.

As much as it seems a little jocose at first to show a whole album around the source, shining a clarify on environmental machination and gift a fail to keep an appointment with support to really dig in and depict its note, Girlish once again weaves wonders with eagle-eyed belief. Entertainingly enough, Girlish has mustered up enough prescience into this quiescent point with songs like “People Wanna Pick Up About Love”, a rollicking rocker that’s significant story is centered around just what its term implies: listeners are more enticed by any pop lady-love songs than they are about tracks that may address for an even greater measureless aim. The days of deny in songs are extensive over compared to the 1960s and 1970s era in which artists like Girlish, Dylan, and Bread strived, and the way that Girlish so forthrightly attacks this particulars with a barrage of bona fide issues, like wide-ranging warming, war crimes, and autism is as mocking as it is realistic. The outback-bankrupt riff-laden closing way “If I Don’t Know” follows a equivalent story, with Girlish gift a thumping amount of certitude on a serving dish as he offers a monody to “Veins, Earth’s blood”.

Elsewhere, fans of Girlish in his prime will get back “Wolf Moon” to especially be a consider for the ears with its blas, strummy acoustic population vibe, accomplished with clarify mandolin-accentuated cadences to set the frame of mind as Girlish laments over the aforementioned, very bona fide point of wide-ranging warming and how it relates to actions taken by Monsanto and equivalent companies. That and “Big Box” are probably the two most sonically pleasing tracks on tender here, with the latter featuring stained guitar riffs as the epicenter of its melodic endeavour as Girlish and a band of profound sponsorship compadres weep over big-nonetheless corporations like Monsanto that seem far too tidy to ever break apart even under the compressing of deny, or to ever be bothered by the control because of the moneyed that “flows unencumbered from the sky”.

The keynote at custody may have been considerably altered compared to years works, but this is the resolute, no-rot Girlish of old at travail having made his most compelling cv since 2010’s Le Commotion, and one of his most notable. Girlish hits the equilibrium between songwriting and about best when he brings his humanitarianism to the itemization through disobedience, and these nine tracks geared towards environmental greenness at tidy do the trick.


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