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Beverley Atonale


Download links and information about Beverley Atonale by The Ladybug Transistor. This album was released in 1997 and it belongs to Rock, Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 13 tracks with total duration of 37:25 minutes.

Artist: The Ladybug Transistor
Release date: 1997
Genre: Rock, Pop, Alternative
Tracks: 13
Duration: 37:25
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No. Title Length
1. Here Is Your Space 1:35
2. Rushes of Pure Spring 3:24
3. Windy 2:51
4. The Swedish Libra and You 1:28
5. This Order Is Tall 4:25
6. Music for Tennis Courts 0:45
7. Your Wagging Tail (Single Space) 6:19
8. Stuck 4:24
9. Forest Marching Song 1:51
10. The Occasional 2:51
11. It Will Be a Lifetime 2:01
12. Thoughts of You 4:19
13. The Swedish Libra 2 1:12



Ladybug Transistor makes delicate music. It's not that the band doesn't go uptempo, just that the sound remains gentle. If hard-rockers are most commonly found thrashing around a stage with a phallic guitar, then Transistor is the guy in the back of the room wearing a black beret and casually bobbing his head to the beat. On Beverley Atonale, Ladybug Transistor delivers a gorgeous suite of gentle, quiet pop music, infused with melody and hooks but never overtaking the listener. The lyrics are esoteric and often incomprehensible, but you gather quickly that words aren't really the point — the band aims to set a tone more with its sound than with witty wordplay. The album is heavily influenced by the past, by such artists as the Beach Boys and Burt Bacharach — "Windy" swipes its opening drum riff from Phil Spector and slides effortlessly into a trumpet-driven light pop tune with some great guitar riffs. The production is airy and full of space; though the sounds fit together, they also linger on their own far beyond each song's duration. On the whole, Beverly Atonale is the perfect driving music for a rainy summer day.