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Redirected from Tyranny (Julian Casablancas + The Voidz album)). Tyranny is the debut studio album by the American rock band The Voidz (formerly and marketed as Julian Casablancas + The Voidz), released on September 23, 2014 through Cult. The first single from the album, the 11-minute track "Human Sadness", was released on September 2, 2014. The music video for the second single "Where No Eagles Fly" was directed by guitarist Jeramy "Beardo" Gritter
His latest musical venture, Julian Casablancas + the Voidz, is a group comprised of session musicians and alt-rock barnacles-guitarist Jeramy Gritter was a member of the mercifully defunct, reality-show-reject outfit Whitestarr-plucked from Casablancas’ current home base of Los Angeles. The best you can say about the band’s debut, Tyranny, is that it's the most interesting thing Casablancas has done since facing off against Guided by Voices on Family Feud ; it’s a record that's as adventurous as it is unlistenable, a spectacular failure that smacks of both fellow . . Casablancas recently told GQ that he’s optimistic about Tyranny’s commercial prospects, which is hilarious if you've actually heard the album.
The customer is obviously oblivious", Julian croons later on in the song - no shit. From day 1, Casablancas has striven to make the Voidz a jarring experience, and here in full length album form, that remains to be the case. All that to say, Casablancas and his focus on tyranny don't let themselves to anarchy. Now, the album roll out is done and now it's time to get right to the heat of it. There we have "Where No Eagles Fly", a textbook Casablancas groove if ever there was one, soaked in murky bloodlust and an outcry for a promise of freedom forsaken long ago.
As the Strokes' music became more regimented, Julian Casablancas' work outside the band became more unpredictable. His solo debut Phrazes for the Young - which arrived shortly before the Strokes' polished comeback Angles - was fascinating in its freewheeling disregard for stylistic boundaries, pop song lengths, and anything that came too close to the work of his main band.
Tyranny is the second studio album by Julian Casablancas and the first studio album accompanied by American band The Voidz, which was released on September 23, 2014 by Casablancas's label, Cult Records. The music video for the second single "Where No Eagles Fly" was directed by guitarist Jeramy "Beardo" Gritter. The record’s called Tyranny, and that’s sort of what it’s about, Casablancas says: rapacious oil companies and a not-so-free press and environmental depredation.
Tyranny by Julian Casablancas+The Voidz, released 23 September 2014 1. Take Me In Your Army 2. Crunch Punch 3. tually . sured . struction 4. Human Sadness 5. Where No Eagles Fly 6. Father Electricity 7. Johan Von Bronx 8. Business Dog 9. Xerox 10. Dare I Care 11. Nintendo Blood 12. Off to Wa.Purchase vinyl, CD, and cassette at ww. ultrecords. Tyranny is a grungy, crunchy, dark prog/metal/punk odyssey. Guitars and vocals are turned into glitchy, distorted screams run through a myriad of effects and garbled cassette tapes as Julian discusses politics, alienation in the modern world, war, and identity. Come for Human Sadness, stay for Business Dog, Father Electricity, Crunch Punch, Where No Eagles Fly, . and Johan Von Bronx.
Julian Casablancas + The Voidz. Four years after making his solo debut with Phrazes for the Young and 15 months after the most recent Strokes LP, Comedown Machine, Julian Casablancas will be releasing his first album with backing band the Voidz on September 23rd. According to a press release, the album, Tyranny, will combine world underground music from the Seventies and Eighties, hardcore/punk and modern harmonies and will be released on Casablancas’ own Cult Records.
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|1||Take Me In Your Army
Written-By – Bercovici*
|3||M.utually A.sssured D.estruction||2:33|
Written-By – Carapetis*
|5||Where No Eagles Fly
Written-By – Bercovici*
|7||Johan Von Bronx||6:01|
Written-By – Gritter*
|10||Dare I Care
Guitar [Additional] – Mike Bloom
|12||Off To War...||3:18|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Cult Records, LLC
- Copyright (c) – Cult Records, LLC
- Licensed To – Kobalt Music Services America Inc.
- Arranged By – Julian Casablancas+The Voidz
- Artwork – Liz Hirsch, Warren Fu
- Artwork [Chessboard Art By] – El Teneen
- Bass, Synthesizer – Jake Bercovici*
- Cover – Sam Adoquei
- Drums [Drumz] – Alex Carapetis
- Engineer [Additional] – Ryan Fagman (tracks: 2, 9 to 11)
- Guitar – Amir Yaghmai, Jeramy Gritter
- Keyboards [Keys] – Jeff Kite
- Mastered By – Brian Gardner
- Mastered By [Additional] – Dave Kutch, Emily Lazar
- Recorded By, Mixed By, Producer – Shawn Everett
- Vocals [Microphone] – Julian Casablancas
- Written-By – J. Casablancas*
NotesRecorded at The Labyrinth in NYC.
Additional production done at Subtle McNugget Studios in Los Angeles.
Mixed at Hot Tub Studios in Upstate New York.
Mastered at Bernie Grundman Mastering in LA.
Additional Mastering at The Mastering Palace in NYC and at The Lodge in NYC.
Cover art taken from 'The Visit Of Govindu.'
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|LOVECD387||Julian Casablancas+The Voidz||Tyranny (CD, Album)||Love Da Records||LOVECD387||Asia||2014|
|888750287120||Julian Casablancas+The Voidz||Tyranny (CD, Album)||Cult Records||888750287120||Brazil||2014|
|MGNF-1012||Julian Casablancas+The Voidz||Tyranny (CD, Album)||Magniph Records||MGNF-1012||Japan||2014|
|88875028712||Julian Casablancas+The Voidz||Tyranny (CD, Album)||Cult Records||88875028712||Colombia||2014|
|CLT017-2||Julian Casablancas+The Voidz||Tyranny (CD, Album)||Cult Records||CLT017-2||Europe||2014|