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Swollen Tongue - Frank Smith - Nineteen


2010
Label: Not On Label - n/a • Format: CD • Country: US • Genre: Rock •
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Reviewer Rating. Frank Smith is on a Makeem Clap - DJ Krime - Stamina Beatz. This is their second album in two years and their seventh overall. Don't know how they are so prolific and yet the quality is always raised. More people need to pay attention to this band.

Country, honky-tonk, punk, and indie rock are just some of the labels one might apply to Frank Smith. At this point in their career, I have trouble discerning what elements come from where. The songs are so diverse and good that one does not care how to classify it. Nineteen is a journey. The songs are longer than they have been on recent releases.

Not that the record is overstuffed or proggy. On the contrary, it is a fantastic collection of campfire country with indie rock blasts. The songs are just literally longer and the canvas is bigger. The band starts the album with the epic title track. It goes through many moods. There are tones of elation but also regret. Some parts are clear, while others are dissonant. This back and forth is what makes Nineteen both the album and the song so enjoyable to listen to.

It draws you in with its simplicity, but there is so much more underneath the surface that bubbles up Swollen Tongue - Frank Smith - Nineteen down. It builds up and then explodes until it fades out again. An incredible start. There is something ominous growing throughout the track.

The tune builds and builds but doesn't go anywhere. Not that this is bad—the weird song structure actually fits. You will feel creeped out and heartbroken as the Swollen Tongue - Frank Smith - Nineteen devolves into a soothing, wordless chant.

It is hard, for me at least, to know what Aaron is singing about. But that is part of the joy of a Frank Smith album I feel that much of the album's tone is about growing up and reminiscing, but also letting things go. Even though it is almost seven minutes long, whenever the pre-chorus hits, you can feel the anguish ripping through Aaron's voice. Never gets boring. Dreams weren't dreams, they were just us getting busy. The track starts off slow and almost dreamy but it changes midway through.

Sounds almost like two songs put together, but they make perfect sense. The second half is somewhat off-kilter, with a repeated chorus on top of the music that gets louder and louder to finish the album. Frank Smith always surprise and never let down. A dynamic, soothing, frantic country-folk-indie band that has released a classic album in a genre all their own.


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8 thoughts on “ Swollen Tongue - Frank Smith - Nineteen

  1. Nov 26,  · Frank Smith Nineteen. never gonna need what you get," Sinclair moans atop a malignant bass line on "Swollen Tongue," while "Drift Away" pummels a .
  2. Nineteen, an album by Frank Smith on Spotify. our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  3. Frank Smith comes off as a culmination of several genres. You have the bluesy guitar and the classic bass lines that make up an alternative country group, yet the raspy and distinct vocals that correspond with a more rock or pop genre.
  4. I’ve been scouring the Internet for some time hoping to find a link to some music from Austin’s Grape Street, and finally it’s showed up. The band is comprised of Curtis from Harlem, Aaron from Frank Smith and Chris from the Stuffies; the association of these dudes all getting together should be enough to get you excited. But, if you’ve kept up on the local scene as of late, the group.
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  6. Oct 05,  · Swollen Tongue, a song by Frank Smith on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes. By using our website and our services, you agree to our use of cookies as described in our Cookie granigdagatiussamujinn.infoinfo Duration: 5 min.
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  8. Sep 02,  · Frank Smith is on a roll. This is their second album in two years and their seventh overall. Don't know how they are so prolific and yet the quality is always raised. More people need to pay attention to this band. Country, honky-tonk, punk, and indie rock are 9/

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