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Do Make Say Think 2LP Vinil 180 Gramas + Download 1997 Album Estreia Constellation Records 2013 CA

Artista: Do Make Say Think
Título: Do Make Say Think
Número de Catálogo: CST005
Editora: Constellation Records
Reeditado por: Constellation Records
Código de Barras: 666561000516
Ano da edição original: 1997
Ano da reedição: 2013
Quantidade de discos: 2
Rotações por minuto: 33⅓ rpm
Tamanho do disco: 12"
Gramagem do Vinil: 180gr
Extras: Código Download
Peso Total do Artigo: 661gr
País prensagem: USA
Produzido para o Mercado de: USA
Adicionado ao catálogo em: 24 Maio, 2015
Nota: Não elegível para descontos adicionais


Preço Unitário (c/ IVA): 28,53 €

Referência: CST33005SL

Disponibilidade: Em Stock Pronto Para Envio

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Os Canadianos Do Make Say Think devem tanto ao dub e Kraftwerk original como ao space rock psicadélico. Em cada uma das (quase sempre) longas faixas deste album, a banda leva o seu tempo para chegar do ponto A ao B. Como noutras edições da Constellation, o packaging tem especial interesse, com uma abertura na frente da capa e vários cartões que podem ser usados para alterar o seu aspecto.



Cover hand-made from 100% recycled thick 25pt. chipboard with white screenprinted lettering and custom window die-cut.


2 slabs of 180 Gram vinyl in inner sleeves printed on uncoated heavyweight paper.


Includes additional artwork/credit insert and digital download coupon.



Do Make Say Think self-released this debut album in Toronto in 1997, and we heard it the following spring. The band’s infectious spacerock-cum-swing approach to sweeping instrumentals, and their brilliant realisation of the potentials of 8-track recording, hooked us instantly. Rhythm syncopation, reverb-soaked guitar, the occasional horn, and some of the finest saturated synth tones we’ve ever heard – this record conjures up rainy streets and wet cigarettes with the best of them. A classic modern lounge album that also shreds, with widescreen breakbeat blissouts driven by punk-rock guitars. An exuberant debut, containing all the building blocks DMST has been transforming into sublime music architectures ever since.



We immediately fell in love with its blend of space rock, dub, jazz, psych and motorik influences, and with the fact that it was such a great-sounding and fully realized self-released recording. Constellation re-released the album in more extensive and elaborate bespoke CD packaging in early 1999 and Do Make Say Think became the label’s fifth release (and the first from a non-Montréal band).

This terrific debut remained one of the very few titles on Constellation that was never issued on vinyl, as the label’s limited resources in the early years, along with DMST’s continuing output (they already had most of a sophomore record in the can when the debut got its CST release) conspired against a 2xLP pressing at the time. This historical aberration is now being remedied by a lovely deluxe double 180-gram edition of the album, with the CD’s unique window-cut artwork and packaging translated to glorious 12-inch dimensions.

One of the first groups to define a newly genre blending aesthetics and collective/collaborative ethics of (post-) rock experimentation in the Toronto scene, Do Make Say Think also presaged the city’s wider indie music reawakening in the early 2000s. The band has released a superb, dynamic and continually inventive series of instrumental rock albums since their auspicious debut (in one of numerous testaments to their quality and consistency, the group’s subsequent four albums received ratings of 7.9, 8.1, 8.1 and 7.8 by Pitchfork). DMST’s debut album brims with twilight atmosphere, a rich sonic tapestry that weaves a traditional rock configuration, dual drummers and analog synth through a mixing-desk sensibility informed by dub, electronic music, hip-hop and psychedelia. Song titles like “Highway 420”, “Dr. Hooch” and “Disco & Haze” nod to the preferred states of altered consciousness that presumably prevailed in the studio, but the results are far from shambolic, hazy or indulgent. The album’s long form instrumental excursions are marked by a focus on methodically deployed structures, transitions, flourishes and details that succeed in feeling natural, unlaboured, supplely rhythmic and enchantingly levitational.

Do Make Say Think has remained defiantly independent, uncompromising and artistically focused within a Toronto scene that’s often tended towards hyperbolic fanfare and dubious careerism as the years wear on, continuing to be self-managed and self-produced throughout their long history. The band regrouped in late 2012(following a 3-year hiatus) to play Constellation’s 15th Anniversary shows in Europe, where they absolutely killed. They have kept on with select festival performances and mini-tours in 2013. In celebration of the band's return to action – and to commemorate the 15th anniversary of Constellation's 1998 release of the debut CD – we couldn’t be prouder to present Do Make Say Think on vinyl for the first time.


Release date (band self-release): 1997
Release date (Constellation): 8 March 1999
Reissued on Audiophile Vinyl (Constellation): 15 October 2013
Running time: 72:44



Lista de Faixas:

01. 1978
02. Le’espalace
03. If I Only...
04. Highway 420
05. Dr. Hooch
06. Disco & Haze
07. Onions
08. The Fare To Get There


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