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FATAL SHORE
FREE FALL




Releases:

CD
2003 Moloko + (D) / Cat.No. PLUS 067
Download
2006 Fuego (D) / Cat.No. 1391


Tracklist:

01.
Free Fall
02.
100 Degrees In The Shade
03.
Angel Street
04.
Sunshine
05.
Don't Know Why
06.
Mindless
07.
Fields Of Summer
08.
Devil's Gate
09.
Closing Time




Musicians
Phil Shoenfelt vocals, electric guitar, acoustic guitar, bass


Bruno Adams vocals, electric guitar, slide guitar, bass


Chris Hughes
drums, percussion, loops, samples





Availabilty
CD sold out



Credits
Tracks 1, 3, 5, 7, 8 written by Phil Shoenfelt and published by Warner-Chappell
Tracks 2, 4, 6, 9 written by Bruno Adams
Recorded May 2000 in The Church Studios, Covington, Kentucky (USA)
Mixed by May/Chambers
Produced by May/Chambers and The Fatal Shore

Artwork by N. Tagwerk & Ollie at Hirschindustries.de

 

Press Release
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Reviews
MOJO
02/2005,
by Max Décharné
Long-awaited second album from Berlin and Prague-based Aussie/English trio. Back in 1997 The Fatal Shore released their fine debut album, which deserved much greater attention than it received. This new record has been a long time coming, but it's worth the wait. Bruno Adams, Phil Shöenfelt and Chris Hughes operate somewhere in the Lee Hazlewood / Nick Cave mould, but with an eastern European twist: low-slung, gravelly vocals, an atmospheric blend of acoustic and electric guitars backed by inventive percussion. 100° In The Shade pounds along with a Paint It Black-style swagger, The Fields Of Summer could soundtrack a road movie while the sparse Closing Time stacks the chairs on the tables and collects up the empties. For the cover artwork, they made up a bunch of metal signs with the title stamped on them, took them into the woods outside Berlin and blasted them full of holes. A direct hit. (4 stars)



 



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