Friday, August 26, 2011

Aereogramme - My Heart Has a Wish That You Would Not Go (2007)

My Heart Has a Wish That You Would Not Go is the fourth and final studio album by Scottish band Aereogramme. It was released on 5 February 2007 in the UK and Europe by Chemikal Underground, and on 6 February 2007 in North America by Sonic Unyon. The album was preceded by the single "Barriers" on 29 January 2007, which was released on 7" vinyl with the exclusive B-side "Dissolve". Vocalist Craig B. revealed that the delay between My Heart Has a Wish and the band's previous release, 2004's Seclusion, was partly due to losing his singing voice for six months. Referring to the album's vocals, Craig B. stated in a 2010 interview with The Skinny that, "By the time we got to My Heart Has a Wish, I just didn't feel like screaming anymore. I think I wasn't as angry by then and it would have felt slightly dishonest to continue trying to have screaming songs just for the sake of it. I mean, when I unfortunately stumble upon a Linkin Park song on the radio I can't help but think that guy sounds like a dick. What's he angry about now? Slayer at least still sound genuinely pissed off." - Wikipedia

Craig B. – Vocals, Guitar 
Iain Cook – Guitar
Campbell Martin – Bass
Martin Scott – Drums, Percussion

1. Conscious Life for Coma Boy (4:31)
2. Barriers (4:56)
3. Exits (4:16)
4. A Life Worth Living (5:59)
5. Finding a Light (3:46)
6. Living Backwards (6:54)
7. Trenches (4:09)
8. Nightmares (4:06)
9. The Running Man (3:33)
10. You're Always Welcome (5:08)


Irmak Tomriz said...