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- it's not how far you fall, it's how you land
- Me, Myself, and I
- More than three years in the making, "It's Not How Far You Fall, It's The Way You Land" is the first album of new music from Soulsavers since the group's 2003 debut, "Tough Guys Don't Dance".
The album is also the first to showcase the band's newest collaborator, the mythic grunge-rock progenitor Mark Lanegan (Screaming Trees, Queens Of The Stone Age), adding his signature gritty and growling saw-tooth vocals and eerie lyrical mysteries to the Soulsavers' brooding musical core provided by the English production/remix team of Rich Machin and Ian Glover. Bringing a set of essential components to the new Soulsavers' collection, Lanegan sings on eight of the album's ten tracks while co-authoring five, including a revamped "cover" of his own "Kingdoms of Rain" (a song from his 1994 solo album, Whiskey For The Holy Ghost).
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The US tour dates on the page are now confirmed.
We just got back from Spain, having played the 4 best shows we've ever played.
It's a bummer that we couldn't have carried the momentum into the rest of the planned European shows, but so be it.
Playing with Spiritualized was amazing, i think having to go on after them every night pushed us that extra inch.
They're show is so fucking good, i've never watched a band 4 nights on the bounce before, but i made sure i saw their set every night.
Never a nicer band should one meet too. Let's try to do it again sometime soon eh?
So a big thanks to them, and to all the people who came out and made that run of shows so special.
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