Big Delusion Factory is the story of a woman who tells everyone to call her Linda (even though that's not her name). It is the 6th full length album by the Taxpayers. released June 1, 2016. Trevor Oatts and Eric Frame recorded this album. Trevor mixed and mastered it. Alex Taxpayer played saxophones. Andrew Taxpayer played guitars.
The Right Permits Lyrics. About Big Delusion Factory. Big Delusion Factory Q&A. Writers Rob Taxpayer. More The Taxpayers albums. God, Forgive These Bastards : Songs from the Forgotten Life of Henry Turner. Show all albums by The Taxpayers.
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on-factory-2016 00:00 Variable Bitrate, Binary or Nothing 01:09 Call Me Linda 04:31 Easy Money 07:17 Invader 09:44 Goodbye Balance 13:03 Rarely At Least 16:04 Roll Call 17:14 Fuck America 20:05 Pain Unlike Another 22:15 Little Black Box 24:30 Brain Drain (Tunnel of Love) 25:29. The Taxpayers are so unique and special to me. Glad to hear another solid album from them!! Noah Wesley Phillips2 năm trước.
From there, Big Delusion Factory becomes a full on rollercoaster of an album. Every twist and turn provides a new idea which the band spontaneously drifts in and out of. Big Delusion Factory shows The Taxpayers playing with hints of folk, jazz, blues, punk, and whatever else the band sees fit to include at any given moment. Aside from the opening track, the only complaint I have about this new Taxpayers LP is that, for the most part, these aren’t tracks I can see myself coming back to a whole lot individually.
Big Delusion Factory. This album has an average beat per minute of 116 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 76/180 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Big Delusion Factory. BPM Profile Big Delusion Factory. Album starts at 84BPM, ends at 180BPM (+96), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by The Taxpayers.