Anomie

Label
Metropolis Records
Release date
10 May 2011
Running length
12 tracks
Running time
51:53

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    Track     Duration Listeners
1 (This Is My) Elephant 5:01 3,711
2 Suck 3:35 5,601
3 Black Out 4:03 3,684
4 Angel Of Noise 3:59 3,209
5 Satellite 4:12 3,048
6 Becoming 4:05 3,185
7 The Hunger 3:41 3,091
8 Here Comes The Thunder 4:44 2,162
9 And Then We Die 5:01 2,121
10 Miserably Never Ever 4:49 2,009
11 Tonight 3:46 2,559
12 What You See Is What You Get 4:57 2,026

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Release: 10 May 2011 —- 12 tracks —- 1. (This Is My) Elephant (5:02) (preview) —- 2. Suck (3:36) —- 3. Black Out (4:03) (preview) —- 4. Angel Of Noise (4:00) (preview) —- 5. Satellite (4:12) (preview) —- 6. Becoming (4:05) (preview) —- 7. The Hunger (3:41) (preview) —- 8. Here Comes The Thunder (4:44) —- 9. And Then We Die (5:02) —- 10. Miserably Never Ever (4:49) —- 11. Tonight (3:47) —- 12. What You See Is What You Get (4:58) ———— “Skold waylays 2011 with his first solo album in 15 years! After delivering a snarky CD single entitled Suck on April 12, the stage is set for the May 10th, 2011 release of Anomie. As Suck set the beachhead for Skold’s assault on the musical landscape of the new year, Anomie takes up the flag and fearlessly charges headlong into the musical fray. The album flows seamlessly through the cocksure swagger of “(This Is My) Elephant” and “Satellite”, the machinegun-rhythms of “Angel Of Noise” seething menace of tracks like “Becoming” are perfectly balanced by the danceable, driving tempo of “Tonight”. Don’t be mistaken, the album has its intensely personal moments. The songs “Miserably Never After” and “The Hunger” show Tim Skold baring his heart, beautifully. Anomie proves Skold steps up once again, supplying sonic solvent for the huffing social cynics.

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