The Chills – Kaleidoscope World (Expanded Edition) (2016) [MP3]

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The Chills – Kaleidoscope World (Expanded Edition) (2016) [MP3]
Artist: The Chills
Title: Kaleidoscope World (Expanded Edition)
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: Flying Nun
Genre: Indie Pop
Quality: 320 kbps
Total Time: 1:16:20
Total Size: 178 MB
01. Kaleidoscope World 03:45
02. Satin Doll 04:27
03. Frantic Drift 04:15
04. Rolling Moon 03:55
05. Bite 02:31
06. Flame Thrower 03:18
07. Pink Frost 04:01
08. Purple Girl 03:24
09. This Is the Way 02:32
10. Never Never Go 02:09
11. Don”t Even Know Her Name 01:52
12. Bee Bah Bee Bah Bee Boe 02:46
13. Whole Weird World 03:29
14. Dream by Dream 05:23
15. Doledrums 03:11
16. Hidden Bay 01:46
17. I Love My Leather Jacket 02:58
18. The Great Escape 02:31
19. Oncoming Day (Early Version) 02:47
20. Dan Destiny and the Silver Destiny (Unplugged) 02:27
21. Martyn”s Doctor Told Me 00:45
22. I”ll Only See You Alone Again 03:36
23. Green Eyed Owl (Live) 05:33
24. Smile from a Dead Dead Face (Live) 02:59
Kaleidoscope World is not just the starting point for The Chills, but a story of how it all began and an insight into the world of New Zealand guitar-pop
and the “Dunedin Sound” – an influence which carries on to indie-pop
bands around the world today. Originally released in 1986, the
compilation captures the best of the magical early period recordings of
The Chills and simply oozes excitement and possibility. The zany
brightness of the cover art against the black background only hints at
the wonder contained within. Now re-issued again on a deluxe 2xLP and CD set, featuring six bonus, b-sides, demos and live tracks plus an
expanded gatefold cover with photos, posters and liner notes from
journalist Martin Aston. As Flying Nun label founder Roger Shepherd put
it – Kaleidoscope World is “complex, varied but simple and direct.
Musically sophisticated but joyous, poppy and accessible. Essential.”
The world”s first look at The Chills came via the 1982 Dunedin Double
compilation featuring four acts (The Chills, The Verlaines, Sneaky
Feelings and The Stones) all hailed from the New Zealand city in the
deep south. Recorded on a portable 4 track it was distinctly lo-fi and
in tune with the do it yourself ethic at the heart of the burgeoning
Flying Nun label. It was sound in part born out of geography and
location, with the spaciousness and remoteness of New Zealand itself
matched with the glowing songs of chief Chill -Martin Phillipps – a
music-savant that somehow wrangles psychedelic pop and folk, Syd Barrett and Brian Wilson, all with Phillipps” innate ability to sound both
joyous and sad within a moment. The Chills were one of the early Flying
Nun bands to make their way overseas in the 80s and the first UK voyage
resulted in UK indie Creation Records also picking up the release of
Kaleidoscope World over there. What was initially 8 songs (later
expanded to 18 and now 24) have a unique bittersweet innocence from the
title track through to the happy-sad aura of Frantic Drift and Rolling
Moon.
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