Neck Deep - The Peace And The Panic album
Title: The Peace And The Panic
Style: Pop Punk
Date of release: 2017
Size MP3: 1223 mb
Size FLAC: 1441 mb
Format: VOX DXD AA RA AU MOD AHX
apartofdecember neck deep is so amazing and they're some of the sweetest guys I've ever met, I miss seeing them at warped this year ? vultureroast. vultureroast Great Pop Punk Album. acilegna21 I've never been this excited to sit and listen to an album from start to finish. Nats Gore Today was a really hard day for me at work and in general and Neck Deep always has music that just makes me feel like everything is okay <3.
I think that this album from Neck Deep is the modern day version of Green Day 's critically acclaimed American Idiot. This album is filled with references to politics, and societies issues with acceptance, that it is very similar to the album. Both have their own significant differences, but I love how it is a modern day version of one of my favourite rock albums in history. This song is filled with references to "the end of the world" with some decisions that the government has been making in societies place .
The Peace and the Panic is the third studio album by Welsh pop punk band Neck Deep. After the release of Life's Not out to Get You in mid-2015, guitarist Lloyd Roberts left the group and was replaced by Sam Bowden of Blood Youth/Climates. The group planned to work on material for their follow-up album by the end of the year, though were unable due to tour commitments. In June 2016, the band went on a two-week writing retreat in Wales, creating 40 song drafts in the process.
Motion Sickness: Between the peace and the panic I can’t break up that static, I need a cleaner frequency. Happy Judgement Day: Cigarettes and MDMA don’t give you substance. The Grand Delusion: This dissonance blurs the lines and fucks with my symmetry; I’m one twisted butterfly. Parachute: We don’t need a God to take a leap of faith. In Bloom: Stop digging it up, or we’re never gonna see it all in bloom. Sam Carter): Trying to define the human mind, it’s like puppetry, and they’ve got you by your strings
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I genuinely think Neck Deep revitalised pop-punk with Life's Not Out To Get You. Whilst other bands at the forefront of the genre such as The Story So Far and Knuckle Puck were going the way of melody rather than, well, punk, Neck Deep found a perfect blend of catchy punk riffage and a fair amount of that 'pop' flavour that didn't detract from the overall package. Hell, even the acoustic 'December' was heartfelt and a true sing-along. So, when 'Happy Judgement Day' hit, the future looked good. But when looking back on their discography, The Peace and the Panic is a poorly constructed follow-up to an album that showed a new torchbearer for a lacking genre. So, although the quintet avoids following suit with many of their peers, they fail to advance their own sound, instead relying on rehashed ideas from the last fifteen years and stripping down their sound for a more broader audience.
Neck Deep have launched the new album with two singles: Where Do We Go When We Go and Happy Judgement Day, which you can check out below. Wish You Were Here 11. Where Do We Go When We Go. What’s the big story behind the band’s third album? The Peace And The Panic is about how we’ve grown up and experienced life in the last couple of years. When we were writing Life’s Not Out To Get You, we were going through a period of uninterrupted happiness. We were super-content, but as that album came out, life changed for us. Over the two years we’ve toured that record, so much has happened that I’ve re-evaluated what life is about and questioned whether just having a positive outlook is enough.
Neck Deep is a Welsh pop punk band from Wrexham who formed in 2012 when vocalist Ben Barlow met former lead guitarist Lloyd Roberts. The pair posted a song ("What Did You Expect?") online under the name Neck Deep. The song soon gained attention online, resulting in the addition of rhythm guitarist Matt West, drummer Dani Washington/Abasi, and bassist Fil Thorpe-Evans. They released a pair of EPs, Rain in July (2012) and A History of Bad Decisions (2013), both recorded by Barlow's older brother, before signing with Hopeless in August 2013 . The group's third album The Peace and the Panic was then released in August 2017. Formation and EP releases (2012–2013).
Tracklist Hide Credits
|2||Happy Judgement Day||3:34|
|3||The Grand Delusion||3:28|
Featuring – Sam Carter
|8||Wish You Were Here||4:09|
|10||19 Seventy Sumthin'||3:59|
|11||Where Do We Go When We Go||3:59|
- Copyright (c) – Neck Deep
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Hopeless Records
- Exclusive Retailer – HMV
- Bass Guitar – Fil Thorpe-Evans
- Drums – Dani Washington
- Engineer – Colin Schwanke, Will McCoy
- Guitar – Matt West , Sam Bowden
- Illustration, Design – Ryan Besch
- Mastered By – Ted Jensen
- Mixed By – Mike Green (tracks: 3, 12, 13), Neal Avron (tracks: 1, 2, 4-11)
- Producer – Mike Green
- Recorded By – Mike Green
- Vocals – Ben Barlow
- Written By – Mike Green (tracks: 1-4, 10, 12), Neck Deep (tracks: 1-13), Sebastian Barlow (tracks: 1, 4, 5, 9, 11)
NotesExclusive HMV Edition comes encased in a gatefold digipak with 2 bonus tracks.
Included 1 of 5 lenticular trading cards.
UK version of the US Target Special Edition
"Intro vocals on 'Where Do We Go Where We Go?' by Ella, Evie, Finlay and Darcy Jones."
"Shout out to Laura Whiteside for the intro on 'Critical Mistake'."
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Printed): 7-90692-23952-8
- Matrix / Runout: 2100006986181 HR2395-2
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI LK97
- Mould SID Code: IFPI 9R96
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|HR2394-1||Neck Deep||The Peace and The Panic (LP, Album, RP, Blu)||Hopeless Records||HR2394-1||UK & Europe||2017|
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|HR2394-2||Neck Deep||The Peace And The Panic (LP, Album, Ltd, Red)||Hopeless Records||HR2394-2||UK||2017|