|5||A Quiet Place (Together We Go)||9:26|
|TRR213||Mono||For My Parents (2xLP, Album, Ltd, Whi)||Temporary Residence Limited||TRR213||US||2012|
|TRR213 CD||Mono||For My Parents (CDr, Album, Num, Promo, Wat)||Temporary Residence Limited||TRR213 CD||US||2012|
|DDCB-14016||Mono||For My Parents (CD, Album)||Magniph Records||DDCB-14016||Japan||2012|
|SRCD 009||Mono||For My Parents (CD, Album)||Soundscape Records||SRCD 009||Malaysia||2012|
|TRR213||Mono||For My Parents (5xFile, MP3, Album, 320)||Temporary Residence Limited||TRR213||US||2012|
When we could not find these answers in the outside world, we were bound to turn inward. And so we went back to our roots. This is something we wanted to do while we still have the chance. What cannot be explained in words to parents, we hope can be captured by these songs. We hope that this album serves as a gift from.
For My Parents is the sixth full-length album from Japanese post-rock band Mono. It was released in September 2012. The band also released a video for the opening song "Legend" titled "Legend: A Journey Through Iceland
For My Parents is the 2012 album by MONO, the Japanese quartet who, over the course of a half dozen albums in twice as many years, has followed their own muse, and in the process have become "one of the most distinctive bands of the 21st century. They are an instrumental rockband whose melodies have grown increasingly lyrical, with increasingly transcendent execution. There is no doubting a Mono song when you hear it, and no denying their uncanny ability to feelperfectly at home in both pristine symphony halls and dirty rock clubs.
Album Name For My Parents. Released date 04 September 2012. Labels Temporary Residence Limited. Music StylePost-Rock. Members owning this album4. 5. A Quiet Place (Together We Go).
Japan's Mono have been exploring the margins of post-rock since 2006 when they collaborated with World's End Girlfriend on 2006's Palmless Prayer/Mass Murder Refrain, using electronics, strings, chorus, a pianist, and a saxophonist. 2009's Hymn to the Immortal Wind featured large string and wind sections, followed by the live festival performance Holy Ground: NYC Live in collaboration with the Wordless Music Orchestra under the conduction of Jefrey Milarski. Those albums showcased Mono's sound in transition from its thundering post-rock origins
MONO play the Horseshoe Wednesday (September 12). See listing. You want epic? How about swooping, melodramatic string section parts all over the place. There isn't much of a journey to be taken on For My Parents; the music doesn't develop, darken, or tell a story so much as it expands and deflates like a balloon.
On latest album For My Parents, however, it remains as gorgeous as ever. Where some of their post-rock contemporaries like Godspeed You! Black Emperor might prefer alternately overwhelming and sometimes bleak approaches, or Grails might take a trip into more psychedelic headspaces, Mono offers a slow moving journey toward gracefully gigantic climaxes. For My Parents is a proper soundtrack for either coping with a crippling loss, or standing on top of the world in triumph. Going on 14 years as a band, Mono continues to firmly stake their position as house band to life-changing circumstances. Similar Albums: Grails – Deep Politics Red Sparowes – The Fear Is Excruciating But Therein Lies the Answer Explosions in the Sky – All of a Sudden I Miss Everyone. Video: Mono – Legend. Sep 23, 2012Jeff Terich. Home Mono : For My Parents.
Mono (7). For My Parents (CD, Album). Mono (7). For My Parents (5xFile, MP3, Album, 320). Temporary Residence Limited. For My Parents (2xLP, Album).
For My Parents is the 2012 album by MONO, the Japanese quartet who, over the course of a half dozen albums in twice as many years, has followed their own muse, and in the process have become "one of the most distinctive bands of the 21st century. They are an instrumental.