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9 thoughts on “ You Were So Warm - Nada Surf - If I Had A Hi-Fi (CD, Album)

  1. If I Had A Hi-Fi LP Mardev Records (, re-released ) - A self-released collection of covers on double LP set featuring 3 tracks not included on CD version. Includes a download code for the entire album.
  2. Oct 05,  · Equally impressive are The Soft Pack's "Bright Side" and Dwight Twilley's "You Were So Warm". If I Had A Hi-Fi (is the palindromic title significant?) is an excellent stop-gap album: a collection of covers rare and personalised enough to warrant the expense of the album. It signals a band so confident in themselves they feel able to take a /5(7).
  3. Nada Surf show they can play well with others on If I Had a Hi-Fi, though they'd do well to apply the lessons learned here to some new tunes for their next album. (After Nada Surf announced the release of If I Had a Hi-Fi, the Wisconsin-based rock band IfIHadAHiFi began work on an EP to be called Nada Surf. Turnabout is fair play.)7/
  4. On If I Had a Hi-Fi, Nada Surf accomplishes the rare feat of producing a covers album that won't just waste space on your CD birdpburulapincrabernibitabasci.xyzinfo fact, the album wants for, rather demands, repeated listening. First off, Nada Surf has good taste-the New York indie veterans take on songs by Depeche Mode, Dwight Twilley, Kate Bush, Arthur Russell, The Go-Betweens, and the vastly underrated and under.
  5. Listen to If I Had A Hi-Fi by Nada Surf - a new album (release date: June 8, ) @ New Releases Now. Get New Releases Weekly: You Were So Warm (Dwight Twilley) 6. Love and Anger (Kate Bush) Hear the hot songs of the year and all important new cd releases of in one place.
  6. If I Had A Hi-Fi, an album by Nada Surf on Spotify. our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  7. Music Reviews: If I Had a Hi-Fi by Nada Surf released in via Mardev. Genre: Alternative Rock.
  8. Nada Surf's eighth record, You Know Who You Are, was produced by long-time comrade Tom Beaujour at Nuthouse Recording in Hoboken, NJ. The album marks the band's first as an official quartet with the core unit - singer/ songwriter/guitarist Matthew Caws, bassist Daniel Lorca and drummer Ira Elliot - joined by indie rock gunslinger Doug Gillard on second guitar/5(49).
  9. With "If I Had a Hi-Fi" - none of the above applies. Since I am familiar with most of the covered artists, but not the songs, the album actually works as a proper Nada Surf album, perhaps their most melodic, energetic and urgent since their first two (High/Low and the tragically overlooked masterpiece The Proximity Effect).

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