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Blackfield - IV Album

Blackfield - IV Album

  • Performer: Blackfield
  • Genre: Rock / Pop
  • Title: IV
  • Released: 26 Aug 2013
  • Style: Alternative Rock, Art Rock, Pop Rock, Prog Rock
  • Label: Kscope
  • Country: Europe
  • MP3 version size: 2908 mb
  • FLAC version size: 1041 mb
  • Rating: 4.0
  • Votes: 484

Tracklist

1Jupiter3:46
2Firefly2:46
3X-Ray2:36
4Springtime2:24
5Faking3:33
6The Only Fool Is Me1:54
7After The Rain1:26
8Kissed By The Devil3:03
9Pills3:34
10Sense Of Insanity3:23
11Lost Souls2:57

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
KSCOPE225Blackfield IV ‎(CD, Album + DVD-V, Multichannel, NTSC + Ltd, Dig)KscopeKSCOPE225Europe2013
KSCOPE225WDBlackfield IV ‎(CDr, Album, Promo)KscopeKSCOPE225WDUK & Europe2013
IEZP-67Blackfield IV ‎(CD, Album, Promo, Car + DVD-V, Multichannel, NTSC)WHD Entertainment, Inc.IEZP-67Japan2014
KSCOPE226Blackfield IV ‎(CD, Album)KscopeKSCOPE226UK & Europe2013
kscope830Blackfield IV ‎(LP, Album)Kscopekscope830Germany2013

Notes

© 2013 Blackfield, Under Exclusive Licence To Kscope

16bit / 44.1kHz flac version.

Companies

  • Copyright (c) – Blackfield
  • Licensed To – Kscope

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Album

Blackfield IV is the fourth studio album by Blackfield, the musical collaboration by Aviv Geffen and Steven Wilson. Similar to their third album, Welcome to My DNA, Geffen has taken over more active duties on the album while Wilson focuses on his solo career. The album was released on 26 August 2013. Over the course of 2010 and early 2011, the two creative directors of Blackfield were split over two musical projects Steven Wilson wrote and recorded his second solo studio album, Grace for Drowning. Listen free to Blackfield Blackfield IV Pills, Springtime and more. 11 tracks 31:24. This album was recorded in London and Tel Aviv and it was later released on March 6, 2007, in United States and February 13, 2007, in Europe. This album entails a one-pack rock, mournful melancholic collections of songs. End of the World is the cover of the ancient song in Hebrew which was performed by Berry Sakharof and Geffen. This album is available in form of audio CD, Mp3, Vinyl, and unlimited streaming over the internet. Blackfield II enjoys a five-star rating. Blackfield may have become less and less Steven Wilson's baby, but they're still releasing great albums. Aviv Geffen returns with Steven Wilson Porcupine Tree and other special guests Brett Anderson Suede, Jonathan Donahue Mercury Rev & Vincent Cavanagh Anathema for the new studio album, IV. Blackfield was started by Geffen and Wilson in 2001 and have previously released the critically acclaimed albums Blackfield 2004, Blackfield II 2007 and 2011's Welcome To My DNA. Blackfield IV. Released 2013. Blackfield IV Tracklist. Pills Lyrics. Blackfield IV by Blackfield Year: 2013 Release date: 2013-08-26 Overall rank: 23,961st. Average Rating: 69100 from 14 votes. Blackfield IV is a music studio album recording by BLACKFIELD Prog RelatedProgressive Rock released in 2013 on cd, lp, vinyl andor cassette. Essential: a masterpiece of rock music4. The new Blackfield album V is now available to pre-order. Written and recorded over a period of 18 months in both Israel and England, the album contains 13 linked songs that form a flowing 45 minute ocean themed song cycle. Steven Wilson and Aviv Geffen handle vocals, guitars, and keyboards, alongside guests Tomer Z on drums, Eran Mitelman on keyboards, and strings performances by the London Session Orchestra. Legendary producer, engineer Alan Parsons produced three of the album's key tracks

Comments

Tansino Tansino
I'm coming at Blackfield from a different direction than the other reviewers as this is the first I'd heard of this particular project (being first and foremost a SW fan). I've not heard the other albums but listening to this one makes me want to investigate the others. There's some good stuff here amongst some generic sounding rock/pop crossovers. Some of it reminds me of Darren Hayes (from my wife's collection, not good) some of it reminds me of no one in particular (a good thing). Songs are lean and varied in tone, not a dark album at all, a bit soppy but if everything sounded like 'Unknown Pleasures' the world would be a boring place. Jupiter and Firefly are the standouts here.