No Future Shock - TV On The Radio - Nine Types Of Light (CD, Album)

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  1. Apr 12,  · Nine Types of Light is the fourth studio album by American art rock band TV on the Radio, released on April 11, through Interscope Records. The album's lead single "Will Do" was released on February 23, Its closing track, "Caffeinated Consciousness", was made available on the band's website as a free download on March 10, /5(35).
  2. Apr 11,  · TV on the Radio's newfound sensitivity on Nine Types of Light is a sign of a maturing band that has less to prove but still the same vigorous capacity to make magnificent music.9/
  3. Nine Types of Light, an Album by TV on the Radio. Released in April on Interscope (catalog no. ; CD). Genres: Indie Rock, Art Rock/5(25).
  4. Jan 01,  · Editors’ Notes Perhaps it was a residual feeling, an emotional vestige from Tunde Adebimpe’s role as groom Sidney in the film Rachel Getting rieragedewesul.kascewrcompefacapenhaulelagaras.infoinfo maybe it was a desire to contrast the tumultuous times of with an amorous album. Following ’s Dear Science, where TV on the Radio balanced anger with hope, Nine Types of Light overflows with complex themes of love.
  5. On 's Dear Science, TV on the Radio predicted a "Golden Age comin' round."The follow-up is even more optimistic. One word keeps biting at singer Tunde Adebimpe's tongue: love. He questions, battles and ultimately embraces that four-letter word here, from "Second Song" to "You" to "Will Do.".
  6. From their beginnings as Brooklyn-based experimenters to one of the most acclaimed bands of the s and s, TV on the Radio mixed post-punk, electronic, and other atmospheric elements in vibrantly creative ways, and are both visual artists as well as musicians. The group began when multi-instrumentalist/producer David Andrew Sitek moved into the building where vocalist Tunde Adebimpe .
  7. Apr 11,  · TV On The Radio: Nine Types of Light. By Ryan Reed Nine Types of Light is more restrained and elegant. There’s a sense of nakedness here that .
  8. Before this current album I had heard a song or two by TV on the Radio, nothing that really blew me away, this is just stunning. The fact that they can perform these songs live says a hell of a lot. I recommend picking up a copy of "Nine Types of Light". They deserve a Grammy for this Album/5(63).

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