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The Invisible Invasion (2xCD, Album, Ltd). The Invisible Invasion (CD). The Invisible Invasion (CD, Album, Promo). Deltasonic Records, Sony BMG Music Entertainment.
Play full-length songs from The Invisible Invasion by The Coral on your phone, computer and home audio system with Napster. They say the third time's the charm, but charming isn't a fitting description for the Coral's third album - "dark" and "macabre" are more like it. Even so, the band wears its somberness well: "In the Morning" and the swirling, psychedelic "Come Home" rank among their finest.
The Coral's third proper album (they also released a mini-album in the frenetic burst of activity that followed their debut) offers what looks like an interesting recipe. The three key ingredients are: production from Portishead's Geoff Barrow and Adrian Utley; the band's cheery sing-along pop stylings, as typified on So Long Ago; and the tendency of their singer, James Skelly, to hint at disquieting themes in his lyrics. What you're hoping is that Barrow and Utley will conjure the perfect sonic backdrop for Skelly's lyrics to contrast cleverly with the music
Still, The Invisible Invasion, the band's fourth album, finds Skelly crafting clever sketches of lonely and abandoned folks. Maybe's it's lonely being the only British septet on the scene these days. The Coral's 2002 self-titled debut was brimming with musical ideas; the band stitched together disco, sea chanties and whatever else they could get their hands on. The result was a lot of fun, if lacking in focus
The Coral are an English rock band, formed in 1996 in Hoylake on the Wirral Peninsula, Merseyside. The band emerged during the early 2000s. Their 2002 debut album The Coral, from which came the single "Dreaming of You", was nominated for the Mercury Music Prize and listed as the fourth best album of the year by NME Magazine
More depth, better production, stellar songs performed with high levels of vigor and commitment - it adds up to the group's best album to date. Despite a work rate that might burn out a lesser group, the Coral show no signs of going away anytime soon and if they can keep making records this good, lovers of tuneful and intelligent pop music should be very glad.
She Sings the Mourning. So Long Ago. The Operator. A Warning to the Curious. Something Inside of Me. Come Home. MusicBrainz: The Invisible Invasion. this site: The Invisible Invasion.
The Invisible Invasion. The Invisible Invasion Tracklist.
The Invisible Invasion, 2005. Cripples Crown, 03:38. A Warning To The Curious, 03:56. Something Inside Of Me, 02:24. Far From The Crowd, 03:37. Leaving Today, 03:07. Late Afternoon, 03:56.
|1||She Sings The Mourning|
|3||So Long Ago|
|5||A Warning To The Curious|
|6||In The Morning|
|7||Something Inside Of Me|
|9||Far From The Crowd|
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Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 4547366019469
|DLTLP036||The Coral||The Invisible Invasion (2xLP, Album)||Deltasonic Records||DLTLP036||UK||2005|
|5200892000||The Coral||The Invisible Invasion (CD)||Deltasonic Records||5200892000||Australia||2005|
|DLTCD036, 5200892006||The Coral||The Invisible Invasion (CD, Album)||Deltasonic Records, Deltasonic Records||DLTCD036, 5200892006||Europe||2005|
|EICP 581~2||The Coral||The Invisible Invasion (2xCD, Album, Ltd)||Deltasonic Records||EICP 581~2||Japan||2005|
|SB10045C, 520089 2||The Coral||The Invisible Invasion (CD, Album, Promo)||Deltasonic Records, Sony BMG Music Entertainment||SB10045C, 520089 2||South Korea||2005|