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Untitled #23


Download links and information about Untitled #23 by The Church. This album was released in 2009 and it belongs to Rock, Alternative, Psychedelic genres. It contains 10 tracks with total duration of 50:28 minutes.

Artist: The Church
Release date: 2009
Genre: Rock, Alternative, Psychedelic
Tracks: 10
Duration: 50:28
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No. Title Length
1. Cobalt Blue 4:15
2. Deadman's Hand 4:28
3. Pangaea 4:04
4. Happenstance 4:24
5. Space Saviour 5:34
6. On Angel Street 6:18
7. Sunken Sun 5:48
8. Anchorage 6:27
9. Lunar 3:25
10. Operetta 5:45



The Church have spent three decades occupying a nebulous space where even the band’s very existence has been questioned. They’ve written and performed pop songs of great compact intellect and appeal while simultaneously mining a slippery, ethereal otherworld where trippy lava lamps flow in uncontrolled abandon. “Cobalt Blue” opens this 2009 set and it’s a four-minute trip of Pink Floydian principle wrapped in a shoegazer’s haze, followed up with the equally psychedelic and swelling “Deadman’s Hand.” This Australian institution have long since given up any claims to the superstardom that once seemed within their grasp when what became “alternative” music in the ‘80s claimed them as one of the leading visionaries. Instead, the band, when its members are not working on their solo careers, now focuses on inventing atmospheres where gravity never holds them back. “On Angel Street,” “Pangaea,” and “Sunken Sun” vibrate with the band’s dense spell working in full force, where the bass guitar both accentuates the beat and often twists the melody in unexpected detours.