The Rural Alberta Advantage - Hometowns AlbumPerformer: The Rural Alberta Advantage
Style: Folk Rock, Indie Rock
Released: Apr 2015
Label: Paper Bag Records
Size MP3 version: 2067 mb
Size FLAC version: 1133 mb
Size WMA version: 2568 mb
The Rural Alberta Advantage - Hometowns Album
|2||The Ballad Of The Raa|
|3||The Dethbridge In Lethbridge|
|6||In The Summertime|
|8||Four Night Rider|
|9||Drain The Blood|
|10||Don't Haunt This Place|
|12||Sleep All Day|
|LBJ-138||The Rural Alberta Advantage||Hometowns (LP, Album + CD)||Saddle Creek||LBJ-138||US||2009|
|LBJ-138||The Rural Alberta Advantage||Hometowns (LP, Album)||Saddle Creek||LBJ-138||US||2009|
|none||The Rural Alberta Advantage||Hometowns (CDr, Album)||Not On Label||none||Canada||2008|
|PAPER054LP||The Rural Alberta Advantage||Hometowns (LP, Album, RP, Yel)||Paper Bag Records||PAPER054LP||Canada||2009|
|PAPER054LP||The Rural Alberta Advantage||Hometowns (LP, Album, Ltd, TP)||Paper Bag Records||PAPER054LP||Canada||2009|
- Band [The Rural Alberta Advantage Are] – Amy Cole , Nils Edenloff, Paul Banwatt
- Bass – Andrew Wyatt
- Cello – Anissa Hart
- Cover [Cover Art] – David Ohlerking II
- Layout – Nils Edenloff, Terri Culhane
- Mastered By – Fedge
- Recorded By – Chris Lee (tracks: B3), Mark Stanfield (tracks: B3), Max Shuster (tracks: B3), Paul Mendes (tracks: B3), Roger Leavens (tracks: A1 to B2, B4 to B6)
- Trumpet – Brendan Howlett
℗ & © 2009 The Rural Alberta Advantage under exclusive license to Paper Bag Records Inc
The fifth pressing of this album.
Includes a lyric/credits insert with half of a map of Alberta on the other side, and a voucher for a digital download of the album.
Packaged in a screenprinted chipboard sleeve.
Cover Art "And Our Faces, My Heart, Brief As Photos"
- Matrix / Runout (Side A): PIRATES PRESS - PAPER054LPR A 111866E1/A
- Matrix / Runout (Side B): PIRATES PRESS - PAPER054LPR B 111866E2/A
- Licensed To – Paper Bag Records Inc.
- Recorded At – Boombox Sound
- Manufactured By – Pirates Press
- Pressed By – GZ Media – 111866E
Hometowns - The Rural Alberta Advantage. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Hometowns is the debut album by Canadian indie rock band The Rural Alberta Advantage. Originally released independently in early 2008, the album gained international exposure when the band was selected as eMusic's featured artist of the month for November 2008. The band subsequently signed to Saddle Creek Records, and the label rereleased the album on July 7, 2009. Hometowns by The Rural Alberta Advantage, released 07 July 2009 1. The Ballad Of The RAA 2. Rush Apart 3. The Dethbridge In Lethbridge 4. Don't Haunt This Place 5. The Deadroads 6. Drain The Blood 7. Luciana 8. Frank, AB 9. The Air 10. Sleep All Day 11. Four Night Rider 12. Edmonton 13. In The Summertime. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card. Buy Digital Album. 10 USD or more. Vinyl LP. RecordVinyl Digital Album. The Rural Alberta Advantage's percussive folk songs about hometowns and heartbreak, and relentless tradition of touring have taken the trio of Amy Cole, Paul Banwatt and Nils Edenloff from humble recognition amongst indie rock die-hards as Canada's best unsigned band to sold-out tours and devoted fans around the world with featured coverage from Spin Magazine, Pitchfork, The New York. The band has been nominated for two 2012 Juno Awards Best New Group and Video of the Year for their song Stamp , long listed for the 2011 Polaris Music Prize, and awarded the CBC Music Prize for Best Independent Artist in 2014. Album 2008 13 Songs. The Rural Alberta Advantage. Alternative 2008. The Ballad of the RAA. With a name like the Rural Alberta Advantage and a debut album called Hometowns, one would hope for an unpretentious collection of amiable indie pop tunes filtered through the wistful lens of a Wes Anderson film, and that's exactly what you get. Singersongwriter Nils Edenloff, along with Amy Cole and Paul Banwatt, craft lovelorn postcards to small town heartache, beloved and embittered friends and family, blue collar hardships, and the great big world around them with the kind of wide-eyed gusto that's extremely effective when played in front of a hundred sweaty, dancing kids at a h. The Rural Alberta Advantage is a Canadian indie rock band that formed in 2005 in Toronto, Ontario. The band consists of Nils Edenloff on lead vocals and guitar, Amy Cole Robin Hatch between September 2016 and January 2018 on keyboards, bass, and backing vocals, and Paul Banwatt on drums. They have released four albums and are signed to Paper Bag Records in Canada and Saddle Creek Records internationally. In 2011 they were nominated for a Polaris Music Prize. While the Rural Alberta Advantage establishes a great rhythm and flow in Hometowns, it could have prospered from a little more variety. Dont be mistaken though, Hometowns has staying power. The genuine vocals, appealing storytelling, and overall spontaneity and explosiveness will keep anybody coming back for sure. This was the case for me anyway. That introduction up there was written about four weeks ago Hometowns is still a regular play. All I can do now is pray that the Rural Alberta Advantage does not follow the same self-destructive path as Neutral Milk Hotel. Recommended tracks: Frank. Listen free to The Rural Alberta Advantage Hometowns The Ballad of The RAA, Rush Apart and more. 13 tracks 39:50. Summary: Orginally self-released in early 2008, Saddle Creek re-releases the debut full-length album for the Canadian indie rock band. Record Label: Saddle Creek. Genres: Indie, Rock