Twice removed from the punk dominating their other respective bands, and riddled with the influence of , Brian Eno and , the album is a shadowy, somber collection of songs that relies heavily on synths and drum programming, and which would serve well as the backdrop to a solitary, midnight stroll through a quiet, misty cemetery. The intro is a bassline-melody trade-off that instantly stands out from other songs on the album. But in no way carries the whole project himself, as the yin to his yang is the impressive songwriting of , who has provided a canvas of crisp, austere soundscapes that are extremely clean, yet not overly produced. Patent Pending is ultimately good album but could be a tedious listen for some. Anyone can submit error reports, contribute new tabs and make changes to existing ones. It is more laid back than that.
As always, 's brooding sentiments fall in the realm of the murderous, disturbing, and otherworldly. Excited by the music's potential, they began working together, the latter penning lyrics, and after fleshing everything out with producer in the studio -- who did an excellent job bringing it all together -- the duo's striking debut, , was complete. With your help, we can build a collection of accurate tabs for every imaginable song out there. The final chapter in this story of destruction and decay is Leave. You have to think about it, but the album tells the story of a town going to ruin and people leaving.
That's not to say that it is full of heavy basslines, techno drumbeats and synth melodies. Contribute to Patent Pending Tab! At the end of the album and story it is clear that this is an album to sing you to sleep and won't be enjoyed as much at other times of day. The drums build up with rim shots through the first verse and chorus and then come in louder after the first chorus. Another thing about this album that may put people off it is the fact that it is a concept album. It has a long but memorable chorus and good use of strings. Patent Pending has a 'dance' feel to it.
The second half of the album is very similar to the first with the same type of stripped down, gloomy and hit-or-miss songs. One song that definitely hits is True Hate. Side-projects usually only appeal to fans of the band that the musicians are from originally, but in this case Heavens have created an album that while appealing to Alkaline Trio and F-Minus fans, will also win them 'new' fans that haven't heard of either band before. His voice is an absolute perfect match for 's dark instrumental musings, singing in a much lower register than the norm for. It is similar to most songs on the album but is one of the better ones. The title track is likely to get feet tapping due to its strong drumbeat and with its infectious chorus could potentially be a radio hit. The musical collaboration of was born when ex- played some instrumental tracks he had previously laid down to his housemate of fame.
Although it is not clear at a first listen. In fact, this can be said for most songs on the album as the lyrics to each song is clearly written by Skiba with dark, and often violent lyrics. Opener Gardens while being one of the 'faster' and more upbeat it's not songs on the album sounds like an Alkaline Trio song being stripped down and turned down a few decibels. Songsterr tab archive is collaboratively built and maintained by your fellow music lovers. .
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