Alex Cameron ‎– Miami Memory

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Stepdad 4:5
Miami Memory 4:25
Far From Born Again 4:16
Gaslight 4:25
Bad For The Boys 4:38
End Is Nigh 3:04
PC With Me 2:33
Divorce 3:12
Other Ladies 3:45
Too Far 4:05

Versionen (6)

Kat.-Nr. Künstler Titel (Format) Label Kat.-Nr. Land Jahr
SC378 Alex Cameron Miami Memory(CD, Album) Secretly Canadian SC378 US 2019 Diese Version verkaufen
none Alex Cameron Miami Memory(Cass, Album) Secretly Canadian none US 2019 Diese Version verkaufen
SC378 Alex Cameron Miami Memory(LP, Album) Secretly Canadian SC378 US 2019 Diese Version verkaufen
SC378, SC378LP-C1 Alex Cameron Miami Memory(LP, Album, Ltd, Man) Secretly Canadian SC378, SC378LP-C1 Australia 2019 Diese Version verkaufen
SC378 Alex Cameron Miami Memory(LP, Album, Ltd, Num, Pea) Secretly Canadian SC378 US 2019 Diese Version verkaufen
SC378, SC378LP-C1 Alex Cameron Miami Memory(LP, Album, Ltd, Sky) Secretly Canadian SC378, SC378LP-C1 US 2019 Diese Version verkaufen

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apotos

apotos

1. Oktober 2019
bezogen auf Miami Memory, LP, Album, Ltd, Sky, SC378, SC378LP-C1
Best sounding Alex Cameron pressing of the three albums so far!
nathanevans

nathanevans

23. September 2019
bezogen auf Miami Memory, LP, Album, Ltd, Man, SC378, SC378LP-C1
My pressing is quite warped and this is reflected in the sound. Not the best considering it's a synth heavy opening track.
chilledpunkrock

chilledpunkrock

17. September 2019
bezogen auf Miami Memory, LP, Album, Ltd, Sky, SC378, SC378LP-C1
The pendant and pin are an exclusive bundle from Secretly Canadian. I was able to buy just the LP of this at a store today without those two.
ZQFMGB

ZQFMGB

11. September 2019
bezogen auf Miami Memory, CD, Album, SC378

Kind of disappointed in this one. Miami Memory takes a narrower approach than the last album, with songs that praise or attack their characters in more direct ways. If you prefer an artist's social commentary to be explicit, you might appreciate this one, as it definitely takes a clearer stand than its predecessor. But for that clarity, it sacrifices some of the fully-inhabited characterization that drew me to Forced Witness, which I felt was brilliant. That record allowed its characters to be ugly and loathsome (and occasionally pitiable?) without ever celebrating them or condemning them entirely, and I loved that about it. Miami Memory doesn't give its ideas that kind of space.