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Mother Mother The Sticks (download Album 2012)

Mother Mother The Sticks (download Album 2012)

If you are looking for a unique and captivating indie rock album, you might want to check out The Sticks by Mother Mother. This is the fourth album by the Vancouver-based band, and it was released in Canada on September 18, 2012, and in the United States on February 12, 2013. It is a concept album that deals with the notions of isolation, escapism and withdrawal from modern society. It was produced by band member Ryan Guldemond and producer Ben Kaplan.

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The album features 14 tracks that explore the themes of alienation, anxiety, and disillusionment with the modern world. The songs range from upbeat and catchy to dark and haunting, creating a contrast between the musical styles and the lyrical content. Some of the highlights include:

  • Omen: The opening track sets the tone for the album with a brief and ominous instrumental that features a distorted voice saying "I don't want to live here anymore".

  • The Sticks: The title track is a catchy and energetic song that expresses the desire to escape from the urban chaos and live in the wilderness. The chorus goes "I don't want to live here / I want to go back to where I belong / I don't want to live here / I want to go back to the sticks".

  • Let's Fall in Love: The first single from the album is a sarcastic and ironic song that mocks the idea of romantic love in a cynical world. The song features a duet between Ryan Guldemond and Jasmin Parkin, who sing "Let's fall in love / Let's get married / Have ten kids and teach them how to be cool / Let's fall in love / Let's get divorced / Give up hope and hate each other like we're supposed to".

  • Infinitesimal: One of the most popular songs from the album is a melodic and soothing song that reflects on the insignificance of human existence in the vast universe. The song features Molly Guldemond's angelic vocals, who sings "We're so small / Do you think we matter at all? / We're so small / In this great big world we're so small".

  • Waiting for the World to End: The closing track is a powerful and emotional song that expresses the hopelessness and despair of living in a doomed world. The song features Ryan Guldemond's passionate vocals, who sings "I'm waiting for the world to end / I'm waiting for the curtain call / I'm waiting for my final breath / I'm waiting for it all".

The album received positive reviews from critics and fans alike, who praised the band's creativity, originality, and musical diversity. The album also earned several nominations and awards, including Juno Awards for Alternative Album of the Year and Recording Package of the Year in 2013.

If you are interested in downloading this amazing album, you can find it on various platforms such as Apple Music, Spotify, or Amazon Music. You can also watch some of the music videos from the album on YouTube . You will not regret listening to this masterpiece by Mother Mother.

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