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Urban Dance

urban dance
Studio album by Boris
Released 2 May 2015 (2015-05-02)
Recorded 2015
Genre Metal
Length 42:03
Label Fangs Anal Satan
Producer Boris
Boris chronology
Noise
(2014)
Urban Dance
(2015)
Warpath
(2015)

urban dance is the twentieth studio album by Japanese rock band Boris. It was first announced via the band's Facebook page[1] on April 30, along with simultaneous releases of warpath and asia. They were first available on tour with Endon, making their release date May 2.[2]

Of the three simultaneous releases, it is the only one bearing resemblance to rock-based music, with "Surrender" in particular recalling 2014's Noise. Beyond its use of soaring vocals – their only appearance on any of the three albums – the song, as well as "Endless," features pronounced post-rock influence. These are also the only two songs to feature drums. The rest of the material on the album fits the noise, experimental and drone facets explored further on warpath and asia. Its combination of more traditional rock songs and drone pieces makes it similar in structure to The Thing Which Solomon Overlooked - Chronicle's fourth disc ("Extra").

Curiously, the cover art posted by the band is inaccurate to the physical product, which features a young Japanese girl dressed as a ballerina.[3]

Contents

  • Track listing 1
  • Personnel 2
  • References 3
  • External Links 4

Track listing

No. Title Length
1. "Un, deux, trois"   4:30
2. "Surrender"   7:45
3. "Choreographer"   8:46
4. "Endless"   9:43
5. "Game of Death"   11:19
Total length:
42:03

Personnel

  • Atsuo
  • Wata
  • Takeshi

References

  1. ^ Boris Facebook announcement of Urban Dance, Warpath and Asia
  2. ^ Sputnik Music announces Boris album releases
  3. ^ Discogs release page with scan of actual cover art

External Links

  • Discogs release page
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