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Galactic Cowboys - At The End of The Day (SPV 085-102472) (GER 1998)

Posted By : luckburz | Date : 08 Oct 2010 07:00:56 | Comments : 2 |
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Galactic Cowboys - At The End of The Day
FLAC | EAC, LOG & CUE | Artwork | Size: 559 MB
Cat#: SPV 085-102472 | Country/Year: Germany 1998

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Exact Audio Copy V0.99 prebeta 5 from 4. May 2009

EAC extraction logfile from 3. October 2010, 13:14

Galactic Cowboys / At The End of The Day

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CD Info:

Galactic Cowboys - At The End Of The Day

Label: Metal Blade Records, SPV Recordings
Catalog#: 3984-14183-2, 085-102472
Format: CD, Album
Country: Germany
Released: 1998
Genre: Rock

Tracklist:

1 Nothing To Say
2 Ants
3 Just Like Me
Machine Fish Suite
4 A) Where Do I Sign?
5 B) Bright Horizons
6 C) Never Understand
7 D) Mr. Magnet
8 E) Never Understand
9 F) Ranch On Mars Pt. 2 (Set Me Free)
10 G) How Does It Feel?
11 Young Man's Dream
12 Shine
13 The Shape
14 It's Not Over
15 Through
16 At The End Of The Day

Barcode and Other Identifiers:

Barcode: 0 3984-14183-2 3
Matrix Number: DOCdata Germany MB 3984-14183-2
Other (Rights Society): GEMA
Other (Label Code): LC 6705

Discogs Url: http://www.discogs.com/release/2478372
Wikipedia Url: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/At_The_End_Of_The_Day

Well, I've really got nothing to say. Nothing to say. "Why is there nothing
to say..?"

Well, actually, I've got something to say: this CD truly rocks! The Galactic Cowboys have continued to make music that is fun, happy, sad, serious (sometimes it's gotta happen), and an overall chunkified breakfast of everything good about metal, hard modern rock, punk, acoustic rock, The Beatles, and even a bit of growling and feedback for those with dreams of going deaf by the turn of the century. It's music of Galactic Proportions. "But don't take my word for it!" (L. Burton, Reading Rainbow.)

At the End of the Day starts off with "Nothing to Say," and the kind of excellent, catchy chorus that keeps you singing all day at work and into the wee-hours of morning. The next song, "Ants," reported to be the new album's first single, is a very well-written rock song and an easy favorite. With its great chorus, superb use of Monty Colvin's vocal talent, and their marquee backing vocals, this song deserves a lot of air-play. Its more than worthy of frequent calls to radio stations; more so even than some of the songs on prior albums. Honest.

Picking favorites on an album this strong is hard. Both "Shine" and "The Shape" bear a catchy vocal mix that will prompt your conscience to recite the words all day. The "Machine Fish Suite," which fills half the disk, is a great story of the Galactic Cowboy's past, as well as a chance to just enjoy some great songs outright. Some of the medley's highlights include: "Where Do I Sign?," "Mr. Magnet" and, of course, "Ranch on Mars Pt.2 (Set Me Free)." Most notably, "Bright Horizons," which sounds sort of like a really quick country hoe down, has a chorus that will crack you up. It also bears another of their musical hilarities with its "1-2-3... chunka-chunka-chunka..." thing near the songs's end--ust one of those idiosyncrasies, like the middle part of Space in Your Face's "Where Are You Now?," that always reminds me why I like their music so much. "Bright Horizons" verses also allude to some of their earlier lyrics and definitely bring a personal element into the medley. Their humor can easily catch you off guard, at least I was amused (sorry, had to). {Editor's note: That's an in-joke for diehard fans referring to a song from their first album.} Also, the other songs not already mentioned, like "Puppet Show," "Never Understand," "Young Man's Dream," and "It's Not Over," are all substantial songs. The album's closing track, a somber instrumental note, is different from any they have done before. Like the mellower songs "Arrow" and "My Life" from previous albums, this one also provides an appropriate "after-album mint."

Unfortunately for fans outside Japan, the bonus track on the Japanese-only version of this album is an utterly amazing, all-acoustic song. Called "Things They Couldn't Say," it is an awesome song, featuring a unique twist from their usual "full rockin' love" style. For the Japanese fans and those who are willing to shell out the bucks for the import CD, it's a true treat and unique pleasure. With a little convincing fan pressure, maybe Metal Blade will release a U.S. maxi-single of "Ants" with all of the b-sides (like "It's Raining," "Every Knee" and "Things They Couldn't Say.") Hey, maybe it's time to email Metal Blade (he he he).

Overall, this album has the strength of their Metal Blade-era releases. The production is a tad better than on their last two. The lyrical and vocal allusion to their Geffen-days, the strong emphasis on vocals and great guitars (like always), and an overall balance in song styles all contribute to this album's powerful distinctiveness. Trying to say which of their albums is better, mainly because they are all so good, is a hateful job. At the End of the Day, however, is as easy to love as their prior CDs, and a great way to get your friends, family, phone-line repairmen, and bus drivers into some great music. If you're unable to bring your stereo system on the metro bus with you, at the very least you could drive alongside the bus with your car stereo blaring.

Congratulations to Ben Huggins, Monty Colvin, Alan Doss, and Wally Farkas for still being, well, the Galactic Cowboys! Of course, this review is extremely biased. I'm a huge fan of the band and the web master for Galactic Cowboys on the Web Then again, remember Mr. Burton's wonderful words of wisdom.

By Dan Temmesfeld (8/25/98) tollbooth.org


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Posted By: midnightrambler Date: 08 Oct 2010 12:26:30
A lot of Thanks ! Can we expect more Galactic Cowboys ?
Posted By: luckburz Date: 08 Oct 2010 14:14:39
This is my only one, sorry...