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Oxford Collapse - Bits Album

Oxford Collapse - Bits Album

Performer: Oxford Collapse
Title: Bits
Released: 2008
Cat#: FCR001
Country: US
Label: Flea Circus Records
Size MP3 version: 2204 mb
Size FLAC version: 1175 mb
Size WMA version: 2647 mb
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 496
Genre: Rock / Pop

Oxford Collapse - Bits Album


1Children's Crusade3:03
2For The Winter Coats3:15
3Back Of The Yards2:27
4The Birthday Wars2:14
5Men & Their Ideas1:51
6Electric Arc2:42
7Young Love Delivers3:50
9John Blood4:00
10I Hate Nobody3:47
11A Wedding
Cello – Molly Sedwick


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
SPCD 769Oxford Collapse Bits ‎(CD, Album)Sub PopSPCD 769US2008


Sub Pop Logo on sleeve, but Vinyl released through Flea Circus Records.


Oxford Collapse were an indie rock band from Brooklyn, New York. The members include Michael Pace on vocals & guitars, Dan Fetherston on drums and Adam Rizer on bass & vocals. Oxford Collapse first released a limited press self-titled EP for the HCR label in 2002. Shortly after they signed to Kanine Records, a label based in New York CityBrooklyn, where they released their first full-length album Some Wilderness in April 2004. This was followed by a remix of a track from the album titled Melting the. Oxford Collapse - Oxford Collapse. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Album 2008 13 Songs. Bits Oxford Collapse. 13 tracks 38:31. While portraying themselves as an indie rock band, Oxford Collapse seems to be far more rooted in post-punk. Yes, all the late-nineties influences are plentiful in Bits, but it's impossible to deny that there are also hints of Against Me hidden sporadically. Bits isn't a brilliant album and through its course it accomplishes very little, and while there are not many moments that are as brilliant as The Birthday Wars, there are even fewer that are as painstakingly awful as Young Love Delivers,". Oxford Collapse. Bits, 2008. Electric Arc, 02:42. The Birthday Wars, 02:14. Vernon-Jackson, 02:42. Young Love Delivers, 03:49. Back of the Yards, 02:26. A Wedding, 02:45. The straight dope: Recorded during the November 2007 sessions that eventually birthed our final album, BITS, these two songs represent a direction Oxford Collapse might've taken had we continued on our journey through the past a little while longer. Our take on Neil Young's Dance, Dance, Dance emphasizes the boom bap of the drums while leaving enough sawdust on the floor to flog a crazy horse, while The Caveat, informed by hours of listening to By-Tor and the Snowdog in the van, is our imagining of what Rush might sound like if they were less accom. Or consider a donation. Bits is an album like that an album of leading questions, inferences, sly suggestions buttressed by active eyebrows. This often-frantic trio from Brooklyn never quite get to where they want you to believe they're headed. Instead, they offer a snapshot in mid-stride, action photography with no particular context, arc, or closure. Like so many of their generic contemporaries, Oxford Collapse reside firmly in the moment. In some ways, they demonstrate succinctly why indie-rock is no longer tangential to mainstream pop music but rather runs parallel to it: both indie and pop are predicated on immediacy and feel, not on scope but on currency