Label: Heavenly - TOCP-66879,Virgin - TOCP-66879 • Format: CD Album • Country: Japan • Genre: Electronic, Rock • Style: Krautrock, Ethereal, Indie Rock, Prog Rock
CD, Album, Unofficial Release. Country: Russia. Released: Genre: Electronic, Rock. Style: Brit Pop, Downtempo, Indie Rock.4/5(2).
The former begins with an unlikely, and surprisingly funky, bass solo before disappearing into a mysterious and haunting refrain that feels more like My Morning Jacket than Doves. House Of Mirrors effortlessly puts one over on the The Last Shadow Puppets‘ ’60s throwbacks with a crashing burst of Ennio Morricone-influenced fingersnaps and Goodwin bellowing like Scott Walker over the top – it’s .
· Nothing Doves has done since their first two, Lost Souls and The Last Broadcast, has been exceptional. However, their sound on Kingdom of Rust is still solid and grows on the listener with each hearing. The only song that stands out to my ears is the guitar-laced stomp funk of Compulsion/5().
· Four years after retreating to the English countryside to record 's Some Cities, Doves return to a more urban state of mind with Kingdom of Rust. "My god," Jimi Goodwin sings during the title track, "it takes an ocean of trust in the kingdom of rust." Guitars chime throughout the chorus, where Goodwin's baritone searches of a lost love amidst a town's landscape.
· No credits feature in the CD booklet for the bonus track "Push Me On" but it is known from the Kingdom Of Rust (Vinyl, 7") that John Leckie produced and Dan Austin mixed; both included here as Uncredited roles. The CD also features a unique obi-strip and additional Japanese biography/lyric fold out sheet. Published by EMI Music Publishing Ltd.
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