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Fleet Foxes - The Shrine / An Argument - Live At The BBC mp3 album
Rock / Folk and Country
Performer: Fleet Foxes
Title: The Shrine / An Argument - Live At The BBC
Style: Folk, Indie Rock
Year 2011
Genre: Rock / Folk and Country
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MP3 size: 1782 mb
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Fleet Foxes - The Shrine / An Argument - Live At The BBC mp3 album

The Shrine, An Argument.

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the shrine/an argument by fleet foxes. standard tuning EADGBe. Saxophone part FM7 E (repeat till end of song). tabbed from several videos of live performances (kcrw, haldern pop, austin city limits 2011, seattle WA 2011) and the album version i used some parts of willieadlerwb's tab i added the third verse of the second part - that is not included on the album version but they usually play on stage.

The Shrine/An Argument Lyrics. Fleet Foxes – The Shrine/An Argument. I'm not one to ever pray for mercy Or to wish on pennies in the fountain or the shrine But that day you know I left my money And I thought of you only All that copper glowing fine. And I wonder what become of you What became of you. Sunlight over me no matter what I do Apples in the summer are golden sweet Everyday a passing complete Apples in the summer are golden sweet Everyday a passing complete. Can't begin to imagine what it would be like live! Anyway, despite this I love the song to bits! Flag Annnieon July 25, 2011.

Fleet Foxes is an American rock band formed in Seattle, Washington. Their first two albums were released by Sub Pop and Bella Union, with their third by Nonesuch and Bella Union. The band came to prominence in 2008 with the release of their second EP, Sun Giant, and their self-titled debut album.

Helplessness Blues is the second studio album by Seattle, Washington–based folk band Fleet Foxes. Released on May 3, 2011 on Bella Union the UK indie label they signed to in 2008, as the follow-up to their self-titled debut album, Helplessness Blues received universal acclaim from critics and was nominated for Best Folk Album for the 54th Grammy Awards. The release peaked at number 4 on the Billboard 200, the band's highest position on the chart to date

It’s a wise word of advice when watching Fleet Foxes’ newest music video for The Shrine/An Argument, the eight-minute epic off the band’s sophomore album Helplessness Blues. Directed by frontman Robin Pecknold’s brother Sean Pecknold, it’s an animated acid trip that’s part-Miyazaki and part-Švankmajer. Unlike most self-indulgent visual trips in music today, the music actually syncs with the visuals to create some very cool moments. Both senses are enhanced with this excellent and aptly representative video

Fleet Foxes – ‘The Shrine, An Argument’.

The Shrine/An Argument Fleet Foxes. When I had the opportunity to see them play live, J. Tillman played the crashing drum part without drumsticks but with tambourines. fleet foxes Helplessness Blues the shrine an argument the shrine/an argument the shrine an argument i hate tagging so many variations of spelling! music. 2. Orange Trees - Marina. 3. The Shrine/An Argument - Fleet Foxes. 5. Rabbit heart - Florence and The Machine. 6. Oroscopo- Calcutta. 7. Virgo Virgo - Sateen. 8. Revolution Lover - Left at London. 9. Sotto il sole- lecca lecca.


A1 The Shrine / An Argument
A2 Blue Spotted Tail
B Montezuma

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Bella Union
  • Copyright (c) – Bella Union
  • Manufactured By – www.gzvinyl.com
  • Mastered At – Sterling Sound


  • Mastered By – Ray Janos


℗ & © 2011 Bella Union. Made in the EU.

Side A was recorded live at the BBC. Side B is the studio version of Montezuma, like the album's.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 602527905655
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): www.gzvinyl.com - BELLAV318 - A 96609M1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): www.gzvinyl.com - BELLAV318 - B 96609M1

Incredible live version of The Shrine / An Argument. You can feel them performing in your room.
Anyone know how many of these were pressed? I can't find any sources online