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Consume And Expire - The Urine Of Holden Caulfield Album

Consume And Expire - The Urine Of Holden Caulfield Album

Performer: Consume And Expire
Title: The Urine Of Holden Caulfield
Style: Experimental, Industrial, Noise, Power Electronics, Drone
Released: 2016
Cat#: FYCD012
Country: Canada
Label: Fuck Yr Body Up
Size MP3 version: 2625 mb
Size FLAC version: 1592 mb
Size WMA version: 2070 mb
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 432
Genre: Electronic

Consume And Expire - The Urine Of Holden Caulfield Album


Tracklist

1Hand Of Mood25:37
2Religious Equivalent To Christianity 12:37
3Mix Myself 8:12
4We Are Cum (The Sex To End All Sexes)18:20
5Extended Misery For Children7:45

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
noneConsume And Expire The Urine Of Holden Caulfield ‎(5xFile, FLAC, Comp)Garbage Men PukingnoneCanada2015

Credits

  • Art DirectionKylie Damnyou

Album

Holden Morrisey Caulfield is a fictional character in author J. Salinger's 1951 novel The Catcher in the Rye. Since the book's publication, Holden has become an icon for teenage rebellion and angst, and is considered among the most important characters of 20th-century American literature. The name Holden Caulfield was used in an unpublished short story written in 1941 and first appeared in print in 1945. Consume And Expire is a two piece Industrial noise outlet. Suela Velasquez Canada and William Rossi Italy play a. First track off Consume and Expire's album The Urine of Holden Caufield The Urine of Holden Caufield is the sister album to Protected Passion and includes B-. Consume And Expire. 24 June 2018 . Приобретайте пластинки, компакт-диски и многое другое от Consume And Expire на маркетплейсе Caulfield, the 17-year-old narrator and protagonist of the novel, speaks to the reader directly from a mental hospital or sanitarium in southern California. The novel is a frame story a story within a certain fictional framework in the form of a long flashback. Holden wants to tell what happened over a two-day period the previous December, beginning on the Saturday afternoon of the traditional season-ending football game between his school, Pencey Prep, and Saxon Hall. Holden is 16 years old as the central story begins, tall at 6 feet 2 12 inches, partially gray-haired, and woefully. Holden Caulfield is supposed to be this paradigmatic teenager we can all relate to, but we dont really speak this way or talk about these things, Ms. Levenson said, summarizing a typical response. But Holden won over the young, especially the 1960s generation who saw themselves in the disaffected preppy, according to the cultural critic Morris Dickstein. The skepticism, the belief in the purity of the soul against the. First track off Consume and Expire's album The Urine of Holden Caufield. The Urine of Holden Caufield is the sister album to Protected Passion and includes B-sides, reimaginings of tracks off PP and an one could describe Holden Caulfield in three words, they'd probably be: Angsty, obnoxious, and anti-phony. The sixteen-year-old protagonist of J. Here are ten of Holdens quotes about life that are pretty darn accurate. People never notice anything. Goddam money. It always ends up making you blue as hell. Thats something that annoys the hell out of me- I mean if somebody says the coffees all ready and it isnt. Im always saying Glad tove met you to someone Im not at all glad I met. If you want to stay alive, you have to say that stuff, though. Holden Caulfield born circa 1934 is a teenager from New York who narrates the events in The Catcher in the Rye. Holden is the second child of Mr. and Mrs. He has an older brother named D. a war veteran turned writer a younger brother named Allie, who died of leukemia at age 11 and the youngest Phoebe, who is six years younger than Holden. Holden mentions that their parents have different religions, thus he and his siblings are sort of atheists. He generally describes his childhood. Holden Caulfield first shows up in Salingers work in 1941, in a story entitled Slight Rebellion off Madison, which features a character called Holden he is not the narrator and his girlfriend, Sally Hayes. The story was bought by The New Yorker but not published until 1946. A great deal of youth culture -that is, the stuff that younger people actually consume, as opposed to the stuff that older people consume like Lord of the Flies in order to learn about youth -plays to this feeling of loss. You go to a dance where a new pop song is playing, and for the rest of your life hearing that song triggers the same emotion. I'm working on writing a character description of Holden Caulfield from The Catcher in the Rye, but I can't find any physical descriptions of him besides his red hunting hat. Any ideasdescriptions or, if not, other things to put in place of that Thanks. Update: Also, if possible, could you provide quotes from the book Not necessary, but it would be much appreciated. Thanks