Исполнитель: The Rebel Spell Альбом: It's A Beautiful Future Год: 2011 Страна: Canada (Vancouver, British Columbia) Стиль: Punk Rock Битрейт: 281 kbps (VBR) -V0 Длительность: 00:33:44 Издатель: Rebel Time Records Размер: 71.4 МБ Треклист: 01. Beautiful Future (3:13) 02. It Can't Be Just Me (3:08) 03. All We Want (2:33) 04. Move Of Movers (3:30) 05. Current Occupants (2:30) 06. Uncontrollable (2:11) 07. Feel The Same (2:47) 08. M.I.S.S. (2:21) 09. Tragedy (2:20) 10. No Thanks (3:07) 11. Murderers (3:36) 12. The World Turned Upside Down (2:28)
Info: Taking aim at "the problems down the road that we aren't thinking about right now," the Rebel Spell have crafted 12 insightful and inciteful anthems that deal with, among other things, the watchful eyes of Big Brother, environmental apocalypse and the pervasive talons of garbage media. At it's heart "It's A Beautiful Future" is about dsytopia and it's about dissidence. It's about fighting to make the world a better place now, and every song is an impassioned clarion call to action or despair.
Released on Rebel Time Records.
Review from Exclaim Magazine:
"It’s A Beautiful Future is the latest sarcastically titled album from Vancouver, BC punks the Rebel Spell and it packs a hell of a punch. Carried by a driving rhythm section, It’s A Beautiful Future is nearly unmatched in its enthusiasm and execution. The lyrics are passionately political, but never preachy or pretentious, but if you’re a “the medium is the message” listener, the songwriting is outstanding, making it easy to put the politics in the backseat. It’s A Beautiful Future never stagnates and that’s partly because songs like “Uncontrollable” and “It Can’t Just Be Me,” which feature violin and piano, respectively, work to keep things different and interesting. It’s A Beautiful Future is punk at its most coherent. Whether you’re protesting or skateboarding, or skateboarding to protest, the album is uncompromising and the strongest Canadian punk album since Supporting Caste, which is no small feat for a band that clearly wear Propagandhi’s influence on their sleeves. Our political future may be bleak, but with bands like the Rebel Spell, punk rock’s certainly isn’t."