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The Hold Steady — Teeth Dreams [2014]

The Hold Steady — Teeth Dreams [March 25, 2014]

USA Flag      The Hold Steady — Teeth Dreams
Formed: 2004 in Brooklyn, NY
Location: Brooklyn, New York
Album release: March 25, 2014
Record Label: Washington Square/Razor & Tie
Duration:     52:57
Tracks:
01. I Hope This Whole Thing Didn't Frighten You      4:02
02. Spinners      5:24
03. The Only Thing      4:33
04. The Ambassador      5:13
05. On With the Business      4:05
06. Big Cig      4:18
07. Wait a While      3:38
08. Runner's High      4:12
09. Almost Everything      4:17
10. Oaks      9:02
11 Records & Tapes (Bonus Track)     4:12
12 Saddle Shoes (Bonus Track)     4:12
13 Look Alive (Bonus Track)     3:44
℗ 2014 Hold Steady Industries LLC under exclusive license to Razor & Tie Recordings, LLC.
Personnel:
•→ Bobby Drake — drums (2005 — present)
•→ Craig Finn — guitar, vocals (2004 — present)
•→ Tad Kubler — lead guitar (2004 — present)
•→ Galen Polivka — bass guitar (2004 — present)
•→ Steve Selvidge — guitar (2010 — present)

♠   "Teeth Dreams is the sixth album from one of America's most acclaimed rock bands. This is their first release in four years. Their last, Heaven is Whenever, came out in May 2010. The songs on Teeth Dreams came together over the past three years. Many of them went through significant changes along the way. Four years is the most time between any two The Hold Steady releases.  Guitarist Steve Selvidge joined The Hold Steady for the Heaven is Whenever tour. Teeth Dreams is the first THS release where Selvidge participated in the writing and recording. A number of the songs were written at sessions in Memphis, where Steve lives.  The album was produced and mixed by Nick Raskulinecz. Nick has produced records by Foo Fighters, Rush, Alice in Chains, Deftones, Ghost and more.  Teeth Dreams was recorded and mixed at Rock Falcon Studios in Franklin, TN. It is the first record that THS has made outside of the NYC area.  This five–piece line up (two guitars, bass, drums, vocals) of the band showcases a bigger and tougher sound. The guitars are especially present on this release.  This is the first release on the band's own Positive Jams imprint, which is in partnership with Washington Square/Razor & Tie.  The title Teeth Dreams refers to a common nighttime dream. Dreams about teeth are usually triggered by anxiety. Anxiety is a theme that shows up in a number of songs on the album.  The band recently launched an official fan club called The Unified Scene, and released a five song covers EP to the members of the club.  The Hold Steady played their first show in 2003. They are entering their second decade as a band. The Hold Steady has been cited as influential by numerous rock acts such as Japandroids, Titus Andronicus, Frank Turner and many others. THS has toured heavily, and has played at least one show in all 50 states. They achieved this in summer 2013 when they played a show in Wyoming, the last state on their list."
In french:
♠   Après un album solo du chanteur, malheureusement sous–estimé, retour de la formule "The Hold Steady" qui semble aussi efficace que lors des 5 précédents albums.
Website: http://theholdsteady.net/
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YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/TheHoldSteadyVEVO/videos
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheHoldSteady
Press: Ken Weinstein@BigHassle

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Biography
♠   Resisting the musical trends in New York City, vocalist/guitarist Craig Finn (ex–Lifter Puller) formed the Hold Steady after moving from Minneapolis in 2000. Wanting to capture the sound of bands such as the Replacements and the Grifters, he recruited guitarist Tad Kubler (also ex–Lifter Puller), drummer Judd Counsell, and bassist Galen Polivka. Recording mostly live, the band released its debut, Almost Killed Me, on Frenchkiss Records in March 2004. Dave Gardener (Rocket from the Crypt, Drive Like Jehu) and Dean Botulonis signed on to produce Separation Sunday, which arrived in 2005. The World/Inferno Friendship Society's Franz Nicolay (keyboards) and Bobby Drake (drums), formerly of End Transmission and Arm, were also added to the Hold Steady lineup. The band's third effort, 2006's Boys and Girls in America, marked its first release for Vagrant. After writing the majority of their fourth record on the road, the Hold Steady returned to John Agnello's Water Music studio to record Stay Positive, their most heavily produced effort. In July of 2008, the album was released by both Vagrant and Rough Trade. In 2010 the band announced the departure of Franz Nicolay. Later that same year they released their fifth album, Heaven Is Whenever. In 2012 the band went on a brief hiatus, with frontman Craig Finn releasing his debut solo album, Clear Heart Full Eyes. Regrouping with new guitarist Steve Selvidge in 2013, the revitalized five–piece re–entered the studio to record a track for the Game of Thrones soundtrack — which was also released as a limited–edition single on Record Store Day 2013. Near the beginning of 2014 they announced released their sixth album, Teeth Dreams, as well as the covers EP RAGS — all proceeds from the EP went to help the children of longtime Hold Steady fan Mike "Jersey Mike" Van Jura, who sadly passed away in 2012. ~ Kenyon Hopkin & Rich Wilson, Rovi
Discography:
Studio albums:
•→ Almost Killed Me (2004)
•→ Separation Sunday (2005)
•→ Boys and Girls in America (2006) (US No. 124, UK No. 84)
•→ Stay Positive (2008) (US No. 30, UK No. 15)
•→ Heaven Is Whenever (2010) (US No. 26, UK No. 45)
•→ Teeth Dreams (2014)
Live albums:
•→ A Positive Rage (2009)
EPs:
•→ The Virgin Digital Sessions (2005)
•→ Live at Lollapalooza 2006: The Hold Steady (2006)
•→ Stuck Between stations — EP (2007)
•→ Live at Fingerprints (2007)
•→ iTunes Live from Soho (2011)
•→ RAGS (2014)
Singles:
•→ Milkcrate Mosh/Hey Hey What Can I Do 7" (2004)
•→ Chips Ahoy! (2006)
•→ Stuck Between Stations (2006)
•→ Sequestered In Memphis (2008)
•→ Stay Positive (2009)
•→ Hurricane J (2010)
•→ Criminal Fingers (2013)
Other recordings:
•→ KGSR Broadcasts Volume 16 (2008) — "Sequestered in Memphis"
•→ War Child Presents Heroes (2009) — "Atlantic City" (Bruce Springsteen cover)
•→ I'm Not There (soundtrack) (2007) — "Can You Please Crawl Out Your Window?" (Bob Dylan cover)
•→ Live at KEXP Volume 5 (2009) — "Both Crosses"
•→ The Dilemma Soundtrack (2011) — "Just Saying"
•→ Soundtrack of season 3 (2013) of the TV series Game of Thrones — "The Bear and the Maiden Fair" (lyrics by George R. R. Martin)

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The Hold Steady — Teeth Dreams [2014]

 

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