Team Sleep
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Binding: Audio CD
EAN: 0093624816027
Feature: Maverick
Format: Enhanced
Item Dimensions: 5050020550
Label: Maverick
Languages: EnglishUnknown
Manufacturer: Maverick
MPN: 9362481602
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Publication Date: May 10, 2005
Publisher: Maverick
Release Date: May 10, 2005
Studio: Maverick

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Disc 1:
  1. Ataraxia
  2. Ever
  3. Your Skull Is Red
  4. Princeton Review
  5. Blvd. Knights
  6. Delorian
  7. Our Ride to the Rectory
  8. Tomb of Liegia
  9. Elizabeth
  10. Staring at the Queen
  11. Ever Since WWI
  12. King Diamond
  13. Live From the Stage
  14. Paris Arm
  15. 11-11
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Editorial Review:

Product Description:
Team Sleep is an artful, experimental, ambient band that is led by frontman Chino Moreno, singer of Deftones, the highly influential, two-time Grammy winning group that has sold over 4 million albums worldwide. With contributions from musician friends and production by Terry Date (Deftones) and Ross Robinson (Cure, Slipknot, Limp Bizkit), Team Sleep's ethereal debut album builds a new fan base for a fresh new band.
While the Deftones were racking up millions of album sales around the world and collecting Grammy Awards on the back of their apocalyptic metal sound, front man Chino Moreno was endlessly tinkering away on this side project that seems to owe more to the ethereal-electronic moods of Radiohead. Team Sleep may not add any extra decimals to his bank account but it reveals that the singer is not just another testosterone-fueled crybaby. Working with guest singers Mary Timony (ex-Helium) and Rob Crow (Pinback), plus DJ Crook and Hella drummer Zach Hill, Moreno has made a beautifully crafted album that doesn't employ a single note of distortion or angst without complete intellectual engagement. Really, it's hard to imagine the dude from Papa Roach coming up with a sideways tribute to ivy-league schools ("Princeton Review") or a song inspired by an Edgar Allen Poe poem ("Tomb of Liegia,") --Aidin Vaziri

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