Twin Atlantic ‎– GLA

Red Bull Records ‎– RBR0433VL
Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition, Red, 180 Gram


A1 Gold Elephant: Cherry Alligator
A2 No Sleep
A3 You Are The Devil
A4 Overthinking
A5 Ex El
A6 Valhalla
B1 I Am Alive
B2 Whispers
B3 A Scar To Hide
B4 Missing Link
B5 The Chaser
B6 Mothertongue

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Comes in gatefold sleeve with printed inner sleeve. Includes download coupon for digital version of album.

Limited edition (500 copies) red variant available at independent record stores and the band's webstore.

Published By:
Twin Atlantic Publishing / Songs Of Red Bull (tracks: A1, A2, B5)
Twin Atlantic Publishing / Songs Of Red Bull / Besme (tracks: A3 to B4)
Twin Atlantic Publishing / Songs Of Red Bull / Big Life Music New Wroks (track: B6)

Made in the EU.

Barcode und andere Identifikationsmerkmale

  • Barcode: 844942043332
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): RBR 0425 VL A-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): RBR 0425 VL B-1 GREG @ FINYL TWEEK
  • Label Code: LC25192

Andere Versionen (3 von 3) Alle anzeigen

Kat.-Nr. Künstler Titel (Format) Label Kat.-Nr. Land Jahr
RBR0428CD Twin Atlantic GLA(CD, Album, Gat) Red Bull Records RBR0428CD US 2016 Diese Version verkaufen
RBR043OVL Twin Atlantic GLA(LP, Album) Red Bull Records RBR043OVL UK & Europe 2016 Diese Version verkaufen
none Twin Atlantic GLA(CDr, Album, Copy Prot., Promo) Red Bull Records none US 2016 Diese Version verkaufen



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12. September 2016
GLA is a real mixed bag. The album starts and ends real strong, but it gets quite forgettable when you reach the midway point of this album. The songs seem to blend into one because they seem a little bit too similar to each other. The song writing throughout the album is very hit and miss. The songs No Sleep and Whispers are highly contrasting in the in the lyrical department. The latter being the well writren track. The opening track Gold Elephant: Cherry Alligator, despite being a good opening track, the ending is seriously abrupt. If it's your first time listening to the track, you'll end up thinking that you've got a problem with your record/CD or something. No. It just ends really abruptly. It is a good track regardless though. No Sleep (despite the not-so-good lyrics) is a super catchy, arena-ready anthem, which will be a definite crowd pleaser. From here on (with the exception of Ex El) the album gets a little forgettable and not as enjoyable as the albums opening tracks. Ex El and Whispers may be a little bit too drawn out for what they are but, regardless, I do enjoy those tracks. A Scar to Hide is probably one of the more emotional tracks on the LP. Sam's vocals sound really nice on this track. The closing tracks end this album on a real high. The Chaser is a nice little throwback to old school Twin Atlantic with a catchy chorus and is one of the more memorable tracks off the LP. The album ends on Mother Tongue which is a simple track in general, but is still a pleasing listen and a satisfying way to end the bands 4th LP. Overall, my favourite tracks are No Sleep, Ex El, Whispers, A Scar to Hide, The Chaser and Mother Tongue. My least favourites were You Are the Devil, Valhalla, I Am Alive and Missing Link, solely on the grounds of not being memorable enough and that brings down the album quite a lot. I'd rate this album a 7/10.