Crowded House Temple Of Low Men

Crowded House - Temple Of Low Men (Deluxe) (2016)  Music

Posted by ciklon5 at July 19, 2023
Crowded House - Temple Of Low Men (Deluxe) (2016)

Crowded House - Temple Of Low Men (Deluxe) (2016)
FLAC (tracks), Lossless / MP3 320 kbps | 1:49:28 | 692 / 252 Mb
Genre: Alternative Rock, Pop Rock, Jangle Pop / Label: Capitol Records

Following the success of Crowded House's debut and the band's grueling promotion schedule, Neil Finn was clearly showing signs that he was no longer happy being New Zealand's zany ambassador to the U.S. While the material on Temple of Low Men demonstrates great leaps in quality over its predecessor, it is a darkly difficult album, especially for those expecting Crowded House, Pt. 2 – in short, there are no immediately accessible singles. Instead, Finn digs into the depths of his emotional psyche with obsessive detail, crafting a set of intense, personal songs that range from the all-too-intimate look at infidelity of "Into Temptation" to the raucous exorcism of "Kill Eye." Through all of this introspective soul-searching, Finn reveals most of all his true mastery of melody.
Crowded House - Temple Of Low Men (1988/2021) [Official Digital Download 24/96]

Crowded House - Temple Of Low Men (1988/2021) [Official Digital Download 24/96]
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/96 kHz | Front Cover | Time - 37:58 minutes | 809 MB
Rock | Label: Capitol Records, Official Digital Download

Temple of Low Men is the second studio album by New Zealand-Australian rock band Crowded House, released by Capitol Records on 5 July 1988. The three band members, Neil Finn, Nick Seymour and Paul Hester, recorded the album in Melbourne and Los Angeles with Mitchell Froom as producer.

Crowded House - Essential (2011)  Music

Posted by Designol at Aug. 11, 2023
Crowded House - Essential (2011)

Crowded House - Essential (2011)
EAC | FLAC | Tracks (Cue&Log) ~ 387 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 133 Mb | Scans ~ 84 Mb
Label: EMI, Capitol | # 50999 6 80237 2 0, 680 2372 | Time: 00:57:30
Adult Alternative Pop/Rock, Pop Rock, College Rock

Crowded House's greatest hit, "Don't Dream It's Over," cemented them firmly into the collective American consciousness as a mere highlight of a John Hughes soundtrack or momentary inhabitants of the mid-'80s college rock ghetto. Though they rose to highest U.S. acclaim with that song and its follow-up, "Something So Strong," Crowded House charted consistently in their homeland of Australia and were widely popular outside of the States for the second half of their initial run. Songs like "Better Be Home Soon" and "Weather with You" charted massively in the U.K., Canada, and New Zealand, but never brought the group more than a cult following stateside. Including a variety of singles and highlights from albums Woodface, Temple of Low Men, and their self-titled debut, Essential provides a comprehensive overview of Crowded House's wistful songwriting style and bouncy pop productions, all of which predated the rise of alternative, but didn't quite fit any mainstream mold.