Category: Classic Rock

Ill Sue You - Paul Banks (2) - Banks (Vinyl, LP, Album, Album)

8 thoughts

  1. EP, Banks is a tour-de- force of exhilarating minor-key intensity. The album is both personal and epic, catchy and serpentine - much like your favorite Interpol albums - with Paul's wry humor, bare emotion, and varied influences all in full effect.
  2. in a simple effort to separate of his main band. Banks makes an conceptual album, great enough, with synthetic touchs, with samples, and letting flow their own mind, in a categoric self named, debut. Well Banks, you have my attention.
  3. Producer – Paul Banks (2), Peter Katis Recorded By [Additional], Mixed By [Additional] – Greg Giorgio Recorded By, Mixed By – Peter Katis.
  4. Skyscraper, Banks' solo album under the pseudonym Julian Plenti, seemed to validate that criticism. It meandered around filled with embarrassing lyrics and half-baked ideas, essentially devoid of any musical value. However, Banks, the singer's new album under his own name, is better in every way. The music is tighter and cohesive, the songs.
  5. Banks is the second solo studio album by Paul Banks, the lead singer of the band Interpol. It was released on October 22, The first single is the opening track, "The Base", which spent 7 weeks on the Mexico Ingles Airplay chart, peaking at #
  6. NEW VINYL LP ON MATADOR GRAM VINYL INCL. CD. Paul Banks, lead singer, guitarist and songwriter for Interpol, finally steps fully out from behind his Julian Plenti alter-ego on his second solo album. Following this summer’s limited edition (and now sold out) EP, the new album is a tour de force of mechanized, minor-key intensity.
  7. If you listen to "C'Mere" on Antics you can tell that Paul was going to do something on his own. The album sounds perfect from start to finish. Track 3, "Skyscraper" is simple in lyrics but has a ton of depth to it. You get one part soft and ambient and one part pop mixed on the album. All in all, Paul /5(40).
  8. Paul Banks, lead singer, guitarist and songwriter for Interpol, finally steps fully out from behind his Julian Plenti alter-ego on his second solo album. Following this summer's limited-edition (and now sold out) EP, the new album is a tour-de-force of mechanized, minor-key intensity.

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