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Feist - Metals (2011) Flac

Feist - Metals (2011) Flac

Feist is a Canadian singer-songwriter who has been making music since the late 1990s. She is known for her eclectic and experimental style, blending elements of folk, pop, rock, jazz, and soul. Her fourth studio album, Metals, was released in 2011 and received critical acclaim and several awards, including the Polaris Music Prize and four Juno Awards.

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Metals is a departure from Feist's previous album, The Reminder, which was more pop-oriented and featured the hit single "1234". Metals is darker, heavier, and more organic, reflecting Feist's personal and artistic growth. The album was recorded in a remote location in Big Sur, California, with a small group of collaborators, including Chilly Gonzales, Mocky, Valgeir Sigurðsson, and members of The Dears and Grizzly Bear. Feist described the recording process as "a communal exploration" that allowed her to experiment with different sounds and instruments.

The album's title, Metals, refers to both the musical and lyrical themes of the album. Feist said that she wanted to create a contrast between the softness of her voice and the hardness of the instruments. She also said that metals are "elemental" and "representative of strength and vulnerability at the same time". The album explores various emotions and experiences, such as love, loss, anger, hope, and resilience. Some of the songs are inspired by Feist's personal life, such as "The Bad in Each Other", which deals with the complexities of human relationships, and "How Come You Never Go There", which is about a long-distance romance. Other songs are more abstract and poetic, such as "The Circle Married the Line", which uses geometric metaphors to describe a connection between two people, and "Anti-Pioneer", which is a tribute to Leonard Cohen.

Metals was released in various formats, including CD, vinyl, digital download, and FLAC. FLAC stands for Free Lossless Audio Codec, which is a type of audio compression that preserves the original quality of the sound without any loss of data. FLAC files are larger than MP3 files, but they offer a higher fidelity and dynamic range. FLAC is preferred by audiophiles and music enthusiasts who want to enjoy the full richness and detail of the music. Feist's Metals in FLAC format can be streamed from SoundCloud.


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