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All At Once


Download links and information about All At Once by The Airborne Toxic Event. This album was released in 2011 and it belongs to Rock, Indie Rock, Alternative genres. It contains 11 tracks with total duration of 43:40 minutes.

Artist: The Airborne Toxic Event
Release date: 2011
Genre: Rock, Indie Rock, Alternative
Tracks: 11
Duration: 43:40
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No. Title Length
1. All At Once (feat. The Calder Quartet) 5:16
2. Numb 4:05
3. Changing 3:20
4. All for a Woman 3:45
5. It Doesn't Mean a Thing 2:07
6. The Kids Are Ready to Die 4:11
7. Welcome to Your Wedding Day 3:42
8. Half of Something Else 4:38
9. Strange Girl 3:24
10. All I Ever Wanted (feat. The Calder Quartet) 4:17
11. The Graveyard Near the House 4:55



Their second album on Island Records rings and shines with the over-the-top production values of GRAMMY®-awarded super-producer Dave Sardy (Oasis, Wolfmother, Marilyn Manson, Johnny Cash, Jay-Z, The Rolling Stones, etc). A bombastic title-track opens with rumbling rhythms and gossamer strings, courtesy of the Calder Quartet, as music critic-turned-frontman Mikel Jollett croons with the heartfelt, soaring inflections of a young Bono. “Numb” is similarly dramatic as winding guitars and trudging drumbeats accompany distorted synthesizers while Jollett sings lyrics about the joys of succumbing to the stereotyped aloof numbness associated with Los Angeles. Loaded with barbed hooks, the angularly arranged “Changing” kick-starts the early 2000s revival before Jollett affects a demure Julian Casablancas approach to the Strokes-esque “It Doesn’t Mean a Thing,” right down to the slightly distorted vocals.