Castle Talk is Screaming Females fourth album, released on the 13th of September. The punk three piece from New Jersey, USA have managed to produce an album that is unthinkably good. Marissa Paternoster’s vocals, do for this music what Siouxsie Sioux did for The Banshees and what Debbie Harry’s vocals did for Blondie and her guitar riffs are exceptional too, Mike Abbate’s bass is fantastic as well, it has a real UK new wave sound to it, straight from the early eighties and then there is the drumming from Jarrett Dougherty . This then is an album which has a classic sound to it, yet is totally up to date and fresh also. Every track on the album offers the listener a slightly different side to the groups sound, however Laura + Marty, I Don’t Mid It and Normal are the album’s stand out tracks.
Released September 14, 2010. Castle Talk Tracklist. 1. Laura And Marty Lyrics. 2. I Don't Mind It Lyrics.
Album by Screaming Females.
This album has an average beat per minute of 144 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 78/183 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Castle Talk. BPM Profile Castle Talk. Album starts at 162BPM, ends at 148BPM (-14), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Screaming Females.
Screaming Females do not get me because I'm not surprised by them. I enjoy Castle Talk, but it's academic. Taken as a whole, Castle Talk is leaps and bounds ahead of any other Screaming Females album. Take the album track by track, however, and you'll notice the very few tracks that just fall flat on their face. 70. Their latest, Castle Talk, isn't a staggering improvement on that front. It feels-and, in its middle section even more than on Power Move-not so much a cohesive, self-contained album as a collection of Screaming Females songs that will sound very good live.
Poodlepop Screaming Females shred their way to the next level. A great, cathartic album. mcrmy119 Front to back fantastic album. Screaming Females is a three piece rock band from New Brunswick, New Jersey. We have been writing, recording, and touring with one another for 13 years. To visit our web store, view show listings, and get more information, please visit ww. creamingfemales.
A fierce trio that plays power punk music with a DIY gritty edge, Screaming Females has produced a complete and exciting record with their newest release Castle Talk. The group has a knack for producing catchy riffs and choruses before scuffing them up with enough tempo changes and feedback so the proceedings never become too sweet.
On their new album Castle Talk, New Brunswick, . punk act Screaming Females further refine their raw sound. The tempos are a little slower; at this speed, the group recalls classic punk acts like the Dickies and Devo. But the tunes are still quite good. Over the course of 11 tracks, SF dishes out one distorted rocker after another. Laura and Marty" opens the album. It's one of the longest songs on the album, but it doesn't feel like it. Rather, the song lays out every twisting, pulsating move Screaming Females possess.
|1||Laura + Marty||Screaming Females||3:56|
|2||I Don't Mind It||Screaming Females||3:28|
|5||A New Kid||Screaming Females||3:20|
|6||Fall Asleep||Screaming Females||4:04|
|8||Nothing at All||Screaming Females||3:10|
|11||Ghost Solo||Screaming Females||3:31|
CreditsMichael Abbate - Bass
Eric Bennett - Engineer, Mixing
Jarrett Dougherty - Drums
Marissa Paternoster - Guitar, Vocals
Tom Ruff - Mastering
Screaming Females - Engineer, Primary Artist