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  • Interprète: Stars
  • Titre: In Our Bedroom After The War
  • Taille FLAC: 1076 mb
  • Pays: UK & Europe
  • Date de publication: 21 Sep 2007
  • Style: Pop Rock, Indie Rock
  • # Catalogue: SLANG1048688
  • Label: City Slang
  • Classement: 4.4 of 5
  • Genre: Rock / Pop
Stars - In Our Bedroom After The War flac


1Midnight Coward3:44
2The Beginning After The End2:20
3Life 2: The Unhappy Ending4:16
4 Are We Here Now?
5Take Me To The Riot3:48
6The Ghost Of Genova Heights4:35
7Today Will Be Better, I Swear!5:49
8Bitches In Tokyo2:50
9 In Our Bedroom After The War
10Window Bird4:44
11In Our Bedroom After The War6:46
13My Favourite Book4:05
14Documentary, Live Performance And Interviews55:10
16The Night Starts Here4:53


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
A&C028Stars In Our Bedroom After The War ‎(CD, Album + DVD, Ltd)Arts & Crafts InternationalA&C028Canada2007
SLANG1048682PStars In Our Bedroom After The War ‎(CD, Album, Promo, Car)City SlangSLANG1048682PEurope2007
TECI-22534Stars In Our Bedroom After The War ‎(CD, Album)Arts & Crafts InternationalTECI-22534Japan2007
PCCY-80046Stars In Our Bedroom After The War ‎(CD, Album, Enh + DVD-V, NTSC, Reg)Arts & Crafts International, Pony CanyonPCCY-80046Japan2007
WWRD58Stars In Our Bedroom After The War ‎(CD, Album)White Wabbit RecordsWWRD58Taiwan2007


  • Barcode: 5 033197 486888



In Our Bedroom After the War is the fourth studio album by Stars, released digitally on July 10, 2007 and released physically on September 25 on the Arts & Crafts record label. It was released to digital retailers in an attempt to battle the album's leak. The title was announced by Amy Millan in an interview with the Toronto Star, and the release date was previously announced by Torquil Campbell on KCRW's Morning Becomes Eclectic. Threatened with an album leak, the album was first released digitally in July 2007 before being physically released on September 25 later that year. As acknowledged by the band, In Our Bedroom is a highly-regarded album among cult fans of Stars. It was just a mess. There are great songs on it but its too long and, sonically, there are a lot of missed opportunities and self-indulgence, in my opinion. If we had cut it by four tracks and were more disciplined about some things, it maybe could have been the best record. We just swung and missed on that one. In Our Bedroom After the War Q&A. Writers Amy Millan, Chris Seligman, Evan Cranley & 2 more. In Our Bedroom After the War may prove that Torquil Campbell would be better off orchestrating Broadway show tunes instead of playing the part of an indie pop frontman. The titular song that ends Stars' fourth album is a heavily layered theatrical production laced with birds singing and bells ringing as Campbell's relationship culminates with a choir of voices and a massive symphonic crescendo. In Our Bedroom After the War by Stars from In Our Bedroom After the War album. All rights belong to the Arts & Crafts label and the band. No c. Album 2007 13 Songs. The Beginning After the End. The Night Starts Here. Take Me to the Riot. Songs in album Stars - In Our Bedroom After The War 2007. Stars - The Beginning After The End. Stars - The Night Starts Here. Stars - Take Me To The Riot. Stars - My Favourite Book. For Canadian romantics Stars, love is war. And their modern love is strikingly similar to the world's modern war: confusion and anxiety topped with a sense of semi-staged dread. The presentation is great- clean production, fine instrumentation, and careful arrangements- but its undercurrent is pure self-doubt and longing. So while the quintet pushes its passion-based politics to the fore and includes the phrase after the war in the title of its fourth album, the emphasis is still in our bedroom. Assuming you can dodge enough bullets to make it there. Of course, t. Stars' In Your Bedroom After The War is one such release at once both hopelessly romantic and carefully crafted, it never feels awkward despite the many self-imposed opportunities to trip and fall. And what's most impressive about Bedroom is that with repeated listens it all does become remarkable it's incredible, for example, how such understated voices as Millan's and Torquil Campbell can hold so much power and diversity on Barricade, Campbell's experience as a musical performer comes to the fore in a piano ballad which wouldn't be too far out. The Beginning After the End, 02:20. The Night Starts Here, 04:53. Bitches In Tokyo, 02:50. Today Will Be Better, I Swear, 05:49. In Our Bedroom After the War, 06:46. Bedroom is an album of dynamics and contrasts with its biggest asset its heart chipped, cracked or broken, naivety is replaced by genuine emotion. Sometimes its boring and sometimes its endearing. I have no idea why so many people disliked the lask track: In Our Bedroom After the War the title track, for me it held such an oddly meaningful message. There is an innocence to the entire album, permeated by the aftermath of the war. Barricade is absolutely heartrending, there is a sad truth to the lyrics

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