Los Campesinos! - We Are Beautiful, We Are Doomed
NME.COM feature on Los Campesinos! - We Are Beautiful, We Are Doomed album including album review, artwork, tracks, listen now, tour dates, discography and more.
Release date: 03 October 2008
We Are Beautiful, We Are Doomed
Returning with a second album just eight short months after your first typically means one of two things. Either the songs just keep coming – notebooks jammed with lyrics, songs flowing out of you at every rehearsal like a jammed tap, or you’re so sick of the songs on your first album you can’t wait to write them out of existence. With Los Campesinos!, you suspect both are true. Cooked up...
- Oct 10, 2008
'No Blues' finds Los Campesinos! settling into a more consistent sound
- Oct 28, 2013
Dreary, drippy shite
- Mar 16, 2012
Clinging to childish trappings, but with a morbid slant
- Nov 11, 2011
The Welsh act played their own version of 'Going Away To College' from 'Enema of the State'
Band will play four dates in support of new album 'No Blues'
Band's new LP 'No Blues' set for release on October 29
Los Campesinos! - We Are Beautiful, We Are Doomed: Wikipedia Album Entry
We Are Beautiful, We Are Doomed is the second full-length record from Cardiff-based seven-piece Los Campesinos!. It was released in the UK on 27 October 2008 on Wichita Recordings & Limited to 5000 copies Only Worldwide. It came only thirty-three weeks after debut album Hold on Now, Youngster... and contains ten completely new tracks, none of which will be released as singles.
The album was recorded over an eleven-day recording session with John Goodmanson in his Seattle studio during June 2008.[
The title of the song "Between an Erupting Earth and an Exploding Sky" is a reference to a line from the novel Timequake by Kurt Vonnegut.
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