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Secrets - Mi Ami - Steal Your Face (CD, Album)

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  1. When Steal Your Face was first issued on CD in , the sound quality was greatly improved from the original vinyl release. In the album was finally re-released in HDCD sound by Rhino Records. Atypical of the Grateful Dead CDs released by Rhino, this release does not contain any bonus tracks.
  2. Anyone interested in understanding what Mi Ami is about would do well to start with this album. More concise than Watersports more confident than their other pre-Thrill Jockey releases and better sounding than anything else they have done, Steal Your Face marks their arrival as a fully-formed, organically mature band.
  3. Dec 12,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - grateful dead - Casey Jones - Steal Your Face (Remastered) YouTube Stella Blue (Live at Winterland, San Francisco, CA 10//74) ( Remaster) - Duration:
  4. Steal Your Face, an album by Mi Ami 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 Policy.
  5. Mi Ami. There. Got yer going now ain't I. These scratchy dub-punk Friscans concoct a tasty, caustic, highly rhythmical stew indeed. This new album, like the preceding singles on Thrill Jockey, is largely composed of pretty full-frontal journeys into visceral borderline psychosis, channeled through the raw new wave era energy typical of outsider legends This Heat & 23 .
  6. There is perhaps less guitar and vocal eccentricity on Steal Your Face (Thrill Jockey, ), but the sound is even denser and equally incendiary. Mi Ami's music references, even more than on the first album, an irrational but perfectly coherent speech.
  7. Metacritic Music Reviews, Steal Your Face by Mi Ami, Paul Manley returns as a producer for the rock band's second full-length album.
  8. Mar 18,  · Mi Ami's second full-length, Steal Your Face, is due out on April 6th and the band is going to be hitting the road in support of it both here and abroad. They're also giving away the track "Latin Lover" as a first glimpse of the new album. Sounding like BIS stuck in a disco if said disco was in your two car garage and used a blown stereo as it's PA, the band dances itself .
  9. Apr 11,  · I think it’s pretty funny that Mi Ami literally stole Bob Marley’s face for the cover of their latest electroclashnoise album, titled “Steal Your Face.”. I think it’s odd that I actually like the record. Not enough to listen to it often, but enough to admire this collaboration between Black Eyes guitarist Daniel Martin-McCormick and bassist Jacob Long.

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