Peter Oren - Anthropocene album
Date of release: 2017
Size MP3: 1179 mb
Size FLAC: 1434 mb
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Anthropocene by Peter Oren, released 10 November 2017 1. Burden of Proof 2. Anthropocene 3. Falling Water 4. Chain of Command 5. Throw Down 6. Canary in a Mine 7. New Gardens 8. Picture from Spain 9. River and Stone 10. Welcome/Goodbye. Includes unlimited streaming of Anthropocene via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. ships out within 3 days. Smoking Nun-White on Black.
Peter Oren’s Anthropocene is a dismal and evocative look at the future of the world around us. By Ben Lynch, 16 November 2017, 09:30 GMT. Anthropocene. For Oren, there’s only one place us and the world around us is headed, and it doesn’t make for pleasant hearing. What’s more, he places the blame firmly at the feet of mankind. Intensely critical of our actions, he presents his thoughts without any threat of misconception; on the eponymous track, his refrain of "How will we escape this?"’ is filled with dread and self-loathing, whereas on the excellent "Throw Down", his bark of "How long can you wait for change?" attacks both our inaction and lack of time to make amends.
Album · 2017 · 10 Songs. Anthropocene Peter Oren.
Falling Water, 03:18. Chain of Command, 03:03.
From the full-length album Anthropocene by Peter Oren. co/q0tus4 Bandcamp peteroren. Indiana-born, everywhere-based singer-songwriter Peter Oren possesses a remarkable singing voice, low and deep and richly textured: as solid as a glacier, as big as a mountain. It rumbles in your conscience, a righteous sound that marks him as an artist for our tumultuous times, when sanity seems absent from popular discussions. The songs on Anthropocene are direct and poetic, outraged and measured, taking in the entire fucked-up world from his fixed point of view. Oren attracted the attention of Ken Coomer, the former drummer for Wilco and a producer in Nashville.