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Cullen Knight And The Members Of The Band – Deal With It. Label: Tree Top Records (5) – TT-61175-D, Tree Top Records (5) – TT-61175-M. A1. Deal With It. Composed By, Arranged By – Cullen Knight.
New Misery by Cullen Omori, released 18 March 2016 1. No Big Deal 2. Two Kinds 3. Hey Girl 4. And Yet the World Still Turns 5. Cinnamon 6. Poison Dart 7. Sour Silk 8. Synthetic Romance 9. Be a Man 10. LOM 1. His solo debut New Misery, is a direct challenge to that anxiety: an album that goes beyond the glam punch of the Smith Westerns to new sounds, new sources of inspiration, and greater self-awareness.
Plenty of band members go solo and craft albums that both stand apart from and rival their previous work. Aimee Mann, Bob Mould, and Stephen Malkmus immediately come to mind. But when considering Omori’s name-checking of his now defunct group, the comparisons of the old and the new are inevitable. He’s still clearly in the Smith Westerns headspace, and most of the songs on New Misery sound exactly like Smith Westerns without Kakacek. But here’s the rub: Omori’s voice is so airy that it works best when punctuated by meat-and-potatoes moments straight out of the classic rock cookbook. It works best when backed by an ace guitarist, at least when he’s trying to write AOR singles.
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The Deal is the debut album by American post-metal band Sumac. It was released on digital and CD formats through Profound Lore Records and on vinyl LP via SIGE Records on February 17, 2015. The album was recorded at Aleph and Litho studios in Seattle, Washington between July and August 2014. The album was mixed at GodCity Studios in Salem, Massachusetts by Kurt Ballou. The artwork was a collaborative effort between Aaron Turner and Faith Coloccia.
Cullen Stanton Rutherford (born in approximately 9:11 Dragon) is a Fereldan templar. In Dragon Age: Inquisition, Cullen acts as the Inquisitor's military adviser, and is a potential romance option for female Human and Elf Inquisitors. Born in the Fereldan village of Honnleath, Cullen was the second eldest child of four
Omori was one of the founders of the Chicago-based band the Smith Westerns, who formed in 2007 and became an indie success story with the 2011 album Dye It Blonde. However, after 2013's Soft Will received a cool reception from fans and the press, creative differences split the group in late 2014. Omori was still in high school when he formed the Smith Westerns, and the breakup had a heavy impact on him. He took a day job in a hospital, and began adding to a batch of songs he'd started writing before the band's collapse. Sub Pop struck a deal with Omori, and he went into the studio with producer Shane Stoneback to record his debut album. The finished product, New Misery, was released on March 18, 2016; Omori followed the release with a .
Cullen’s voice can be described as soulful, among other things. He’s a stylish man in a suit, strumming on an old semi-acoustic guitar and backed by a band that just adds to the haunting sound his voice emits through the well-written vocals of his songs. Cullen chose musicians well that would be able to back that noir sound he’s making that is really not categorizable. He would properly be lumped in with not only Nick Cave and Cohen, but also Swans, Angels of Light, and Tom Waits. Black Dog’ may be the beginning track from Cullen’s newest album True Believer, but it is best heard live.
In this interview, Cullen talks about the band's final days, the uncertainty that followed their most recent album, 2013's Soft Will, and what prompted them to break up. "The band just didn't work-both creatively and personally," he says. Kakacek came to him and Cameron a few weeks ago and said he no longer wanted to be a part of Smith Westerns. Bigger problems already existed: Cullen and Cameron rarely spoke, and Cameron was back in school full-time at Northwestern University. Lately Cullen has been rehearsing for the final Smith Westerns show and beginning to accept that the band is definitely over. He's already recorded an album of new material, which he plans to release sometime in 2015, and he remains optimistic. was super cleansing," he says. Of Smith Westerns, he adds, "It was totally unexpected that anyone would even follow our band.
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