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Titolo:
Giving Up The Gun
Interprete:
Vampire Weekend
Stile:
Indie Rock
Rilasciato:
07 Sep 2010
Numero di catalogo:
XLDS494
Paese:
USA & Canada
MP3 dimensione dell'album:
2670 mb
FLAC dimensione dell'album:
1760 mb
Etichetta:
XL Recordings

Tracklist


1Giving Up The Gun (Dub)7:12
2Giving Up The Gun (Extended Mix)8:13
3Giving Up The Gun4:46


Versioni


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
XLT 494Vampire Weekend Giving Up The Gun (Extended Mix) ‎(12", Ltd)XL RecordingsXLT 494UK, Europe & US2010
noneVampire Weekend Giving Up The Gun ‎(CD, Single, Promo)XL RecordingsnoneUK2010
noneVampire Weekend Giving Up The Gun ‎(CDr, Single, Promo)XL RecordingsnoneUK2010
XLS494Vampire Weekend Giving Up The Gun ‎(CDr, Single, Promo)XL RecordingsXLS494Europe2010


Note


℗ 2010 XL


Codici a barre


  • Barcode (UPC): 634904049454
  • Other (iTunes ID): 387922713


Aziende


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – XL Recordings


Video



Album


50 видео Воспроизвести все Left of the DialYouTube Music. Giving Up the Gun is the second single from Vampire Weekend's second album Contra. The song was originally performed by L'Homme Run, a comedic rap duo that featured Vampire Weekend vocalist Ezra Koenig. The video was released February 19, 2010. Koenig got the idea for the song from Noel Perrin's 1979 book titled Giving Up the Gun given to him by his father. Giving Up The Gun Originally Performed By Vampire Weekend. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Giving Up the Gun was inspired by a book that singerguitarist Ezra Koenig received from his father. This song was originally performed by Koenig's college rap group, L'Homme Run. This song was covered by Fleet Foxes in 2011. View wiki. From The Album. Play album. Vampire Weekend is an indie rock band which formed in February 2006 in New York City, New York, United States. The band consists of Ezra Koenig vocals, guitar, Chris Baio bass and Chris read more. Vampire Weekend takes a stab at arena rock on this synthy number. I think we found a way to do that, musically and lyrically. The origins of this song date tack to the mid 2000s. Koenig explained to the NME February 16, 2010: I got the idea for the song from a book my dad gave me called Giving Up The Gun. It's a history book about the time when Japan expelled all the foreigners from the country, closed off all trade and stopped using guns and reverted back to the sword. More albums from Vampire Weekend. Father of the Bride. This Life, Unbearably White. Giving Up The Gun is technically an update of Ezra Koenigs 2004 Giving Up Da Gun by L'Homme Run, a comedic rap duo that Koenig created during while attending Columbia Giving Up The Gun is technically an update of Ezra Koenigs 2004 Giving Up Da Gun by L'Homme Run, a comedic rap duo that Koenig created during while attending Columbia Read More. I got the idea for the song from a book my Dad gave me called Giving Up The Gun. Its a history book about the time when Japan expelled all the foreigners from the country, closed off all trade, and stopped using guns and reverted back to the sword. It seems unimaginable now that humanity could willingly go back to an older technology. It got me thinking about whether you could give up the things that you have and go back to a simpler way of life. On February 19, American band Vampire Weekend released a tennis-themed video for its single Giving Up the Gun, off the chart-topping album Contra. In the surreal video, Jenny - who also appeared in the group's Cape Cod Kwassa Kwassa video - beats one tennis opponent after another. Vampire Weekend frontman Ezra Koenig told AOL music site , 'Giving Up the Gu. Giving Up the Gun. This song is by Vampire Weekend and appears on the album Contra 2010. This song is a cover of Giving Up Da Gun by L'Homme Run. This song is available as a downloadable track for the video game Guitar Hero iOS. Your sword's grown old and rustyBurnt beneath the rising sunIt's locked up like a trophyForgetting all the things it's doneAnd though it's been a long timeYou're right back where you started fromI see it in your eyesThat now you're giving up the gun. Vampire Weekend was the result of a carefully drafted sonic manifesto. Koenig told Spin in 2008 that the aesthetic treatise that guided the LP still existed on his laptop, typed in a font that matched the Tintin comic books. Supposedly, the manifesto included such rules as no distortion, no post-punk and no trip-hop. Lil Jon later appeared in Vampire Weekends Giving Up the Gun video alongside RZA, Jake Gyllenhaal and Joe Jonas, playing a suave French tennis coach. Theyre cool cats, Lil Jon told Rolling Stone in 2014. I like their first album the one they mentioned me on and I got the next one, but I never did listen to it