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2008-12-18 14:02:44 UTC
Rioting quieter than most, Uzi and Ari seems to essentially be the solo project of one Ben Shepard, of Salt Lake City - It Is Freezing Out is his second long-play collection following last year’s Dont Leave In Such A Hurry. These songs are well fleshed-out by an assortment of accomplished musicians, each lending their own nuances to proceedings, but at this album’s core beats the heart of a single man only. Artist - Uzi and Ari Album - Don't Leave in Such a Hurry [ * * * * * ] Release Date - 2005 Genre - Shoegaze/Post-rock Tracklist 1 Past the Orchards on the Right 5:31 2 Lungs Out 4:42 3 Maher Shalal-Hash-Baz 8:23 4 The Protagonist 5:02 5 Blood and Vibrance 8:30 6 Keep Eyes Open 2:45 7 It Doesn't Work 7:08 8 Perestroika 6:46 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Uzi and Ari - Don't Leave in Such a Hurry Password - SirensSound.blogspot.com -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Artist - Uzi and Ari Album - It Is Freezing Out ( * * * ) Release Date - 2006 Genre - Shoegaze/Post-rock Tracklist 1 It Is Freezing Out 2 Don't Black Out 3 Trainwreck 4 Asleep in Armor 5 Soggy Snow Shoes 6 Tiny House 7 Influenza 8 Mountain/Molehill 9 Drowsy, Drowsy 10 Estella -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Uzi and Ari - It Is Freezing Out Password - SirensSound.blogspot.com -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Artist - Uzi and Ari Album - Headworms ( * * * * * ) Release Date - 2008 Genre - Shoegaze/Post-rock Tracklist 1 Missoula 2 Wolf Eggs 3 Patron Saints 4 Headworms 5 Comforts 6 Magpie's Monologue 7 Thumbsucker 8 Hold Your Horses 9 Ghosts on the Windowsill 10 Paper Cuts -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Uzi and Ari - Headworms Password - SirensSound.blogspot.com --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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