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The re-releases include bonus tracks and videos not featured in the originals. Their debut album was remixed and re-mastered by Laurence Currie for the re-release. They won the 2008 Juno Award for New Group of the Year. The band's members frequently collaborate outside of Wintersleep.
Band Name Wintersleep. Album Name Welcome to the Night Sky. Type Album. Data wpisu 02 Październik 2007. Wydawcy Labwork Music. Styl muzycznyIndie Rock. Zarejestrowanych posiada ten album0. 1. Drunk on Aluminium. 3. Dead Letter & the Infinite Yes. 4. Weighty Ghost. Data de lançamento 02 Outubro 2007. Labels Labwork Music. Estilo de MúsicaIndie Rock. Membros têm este álbum0.
Welcome to the Night Sky, the third studio album from dreamy Canadian indie rock outfit Wintersleep, arrived shortly before the Halifax-based collective received a much-deserved 2008 Juno Award for Best New Group of the Year.
The re-releases include bonus tracks and videos not featured in the originals. On October 2, 2007, Wintersleep released their third full-length album, Welcome to the Night Sky. Murphy and D'eon played together in the band Kary, now on indefinite hiatus. Welcome to the Night Sky is the third album by Canadian indie rock band Wintersleep. It was released October 2, 2007 by Labwork Music. In 2008, just after the album's release, Wintersleep won the Juno Award for New Group of the Year.
Album Welcome to the Night Sky. Drunk On Aluminum Lyrics. Oh my, are you the beast again? Is it the violence you like? Oh my, I feel it crawling in Gnawing, reptilian In the lost, lonely night. I wanna know Cut out the sickness Cut it in self-defense Cut the yellowing eyes Skylines, bloody and cancerous Color the dead patches Make it white, make it white. Wild eyes, I feel the teeth again Gnawing and imminent In the lost, lonely night Oh my, give me the words again Paint it aluminum Make it white, make it white.
Welcome to the Night Sky (2007). The second album by Canadian indie rock band Wintersleep is untitled. It was released February 15, 2005 on Dependent Music. The CD contains a hidden track called "Spring". The song can be heard by 'rewinding' the first track of the CD, as it is found in the pregap of the first track. In 2006, Jud Haynes and James Mejia, who did the artwork for the album, were nominated for a Juno in the category of "CD/DVD Artwork Design of the Year". All songs were written by Wintersleep.
Following the relatively significant commercial success of 2007’s "Welcome to the Night Sky", it was fairly apparent that they took the best efforts of that album and expanded on them, but "New Inheritors" (2010) was by no means an attempt at the recreation of their previous achievement. It might have cost them some publicity, but it is highly doubtful that it cost them any of their fanbase they have built over the last decade. Enter "Hello Hum", Wintersleep’s fifth full-length album: an effort formed once again on strong points of their previous work, and filled.
|1||The Kids Are Ultra-Violent||3:35|
|2||Oblivion (Acoustic Live At SXSW 2008)||2:59|
|3||Weighty Ghost (Acoustic Live At SXSW 2008)||3:06|
|4||Nerves Normal, Breath Normal (Live At Summersonic)||14:42|
NotesFree download from the band's website (for a limited time).
Excerpt from email sent to subscribers on September 9, 2008:
"Bonus Tracks Download
New bonus tracks have been added to Wintersleep.com for website members (if you're not already a member, sign up now). Songs include "The Kids Are Ultra-Violent" - an extra track from the Japanese release, and a live extended version of "Nerves Normal, Breath Normal", recorded at Summersonic Festival in Halifax, NS, this past July."