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Everything In Between


Download links and information about Everything In Between by No Age. This album was released in 2010 and it belongs to Rock, Indie Rock, Punk, Alternative genres. It contains 14 tracks with total duration of 41:08 minutes.

Artist: No Age
Release date: 2010
Genre: Rock, Indie Rock, Punk, Alternative
Tracks: 14
Duration: 41:08
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No. Title Length
1. Life Prowler 2:35
2. Glitter 3:46
3. Fever Dreaming 3:47
4. Depletion 3:15
5. Common Heat 2:25
6. Skinned 2:33
7. Katerpillar 1:28
8. Valley Hump Crash 3:50
9. Sorts 2:56
10. Dusted 2:41
11. Positive Amputation 2:50
12. Shed and Transcend 3:18
13. Chem Trails 2:54
14. Inflorescence (Bonus Track) 2:50



With song titles like "Shed and Transcend" and "Skinned," you'd think that No Age's new album is a love-or-hate leap into the unknown — a rebirth record that took six months of scrapped tracks and calloused hands to complete. While that's true on many levels, it's not that drastic of a shift. More like a refined take on the L.A. duo's last two LPs, a headphone-ready joy ride through the outer realm of ravaged indie rock, nail-gun-like noise, and meditative electronic music. So while songs like "Glitter" and "Fever Dreaming" balance their meaty hooks with sudden bursts of feedback and chalkboard-scratching chords, No Age also indulges their ambient side on "Katerpillar" and two solo efforts (the woozy downward-spiral loops of "Dusted," the brief but heartbreaking post-rock of "Positive Amputation") that suggest the band could pull off a 21st-century punk version of OutKast's Speakerboxxx / The Love Below double-LP someday. For now, we're more than happy to hear Randy and Dean do their thing, striking a balance between the skate parks they grew up in and the art-damaged road ahead.