Avril ‎– Members Only

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Tracklist

Urban Serenade 4:10
Be Yourself 3:19
Room 4:47
Can't Stand Your Ex's Rock Band 3:52
Power 4:08
As The Music Stops 3:12
TV Dinner 3:14
Eve +++++ 5:10
Roofless 3:58
Quand Tu Fais Ca 5:44
Power (140 bpm)
All Drm&Bass Jam 1:02
Bass 1&2 (O Libaux) 0:27
Beat 1 0:05
Beat 2 (Lng) 0:21
G Hilbe Kick1 0:39
G Hilbe Kick2 0:39
G Hilbe OvheadL 0:39
G Hilbe OvheadR 0:39
G Hilbe SD 0:39
Serge (S.Kim Perf) 0:58
Sound 0:12
Synth 1 0:14
Synth 2 0:17
Synth 3&4 0:14
Voice Extr 0:31
Be Yourself (142 bpm)
Add 0:10
Break Drms 0:14
Guitrs&Bass 0:54
HH 0:07
HH+SD 0:14
Kick 1 0:03
Kick 2 0:03
Noise Machine 0:04
Rythm Extr 0:21
Stuff 0:14
Synthphrase1 0:07
Synthphrase2 0:07
Synthphrase3 0:07
Synthphrase4 0:07
Voice All 3:19
Eve+++++ (Diff. Temp)
1000Fingers 0:59
Circuitbending 0:51
Mountains 0:48
Mrs Hands 0:48
The Final Colors 1:12
The Light 1:03
The Plot 0:52
Walking Happy 0:40

Versions (4)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
F 198 CD Avril Members Only(CD, Album, Enh) F Communications F 198 CD France 2004 Sell This Version
F 198 CD Avril Members Only(CD, Album) Союз, F Communications F 198 CD Russia 2004 Sell This Version
F 198 CD Avril Members Only(CD, Album, Enh, Unofficial) F Communications (2) F 198 CD Russia 2004 Sell This Version
F 198 PROMOCD, 137.0198.220 Avril Members Only(CD, Album, Promo, Car) F Communications, Play It Again Sam [PIAS] F 198 PROMOCD, 137.0198.220 France 2004 Sell This Version

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scoundrel

scoundrel

October 21, 2011
referencing Members Only, CD, Album, Enh, F 198 CD

One could be tempted to describe Avril's second album, MEMBERS ONLY, as 'cinematic downtempo,' based on the first track, "Urban Serenade," with its the swelling strings and acoustic guitar, but by the rough, dark electro of "Be Yourself" (complete with fashionable lyrics), you know anything can happen. "Room" is a rock music grind with little interludes of mystery, whereas "Can't Stand Your Ex's Rock Band" has the thrum and energy of DFA's indie/dance crossover while name-checking Oasis, The Strokes, and, er, Alanis Morrissette. But thing slow to a crackling, folksy midpoint with "As The Music Stops" and the lingering sadness of "Eve." "Roofless" wanders into outer space territory with its theramin, but "Quand Tu Fais Ca" closes out the album with a little bit of chanson. Who wouldn't want to become a member?