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Parenthetical Girls - Entanglements Album

Parenthetical Girls - Entanglements Album

Performer: Parenthetical Girls
Title: Entanglements
Style: Folk Rock, Indie Rock
Released: 12 Sep 2008
Cat#: TOM120LP, TOM 120 LP, SMS010
Country: Germany
Label: Tomlab, Slender Means Society
Size MP3 version: 1572 mb
Size FLAC version: 2816 mb
Size WMA version: 2307 mb
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 280
Genre: Rock

Parenthetical Girls - Entanglements Album


1Gut Symmetries
Arranged By – Jherek BischoffWritten-By – Parenthetical Girls
Words By – KafkaWords By [Kafka As Quoted By] – Max Brod Written-By, Arranged By – Matt Carlson
3Windmills Of Your Mind
Arranged By – Matt CarlsonWritten-By – Bergman, Bergman, Legrand
4This Regrettable End
Arranged By – Matt Carlson, Sam MickensWritten-By – Parenthetical Girls
5Avenue Of Trees
Arranged By – Matt CarlsonWritten-By – Parenthetical Girls
6The Former
Arranged By – Matt CarlsonWritten-By – Parenthetical Girls
7Young Eucharists
Arranged By – Matt Carlson, Sam MickensWritten-By – Parenthetical Girls
Arranged By – Matt CarlsonLyrics By [Lyrical Assistance From] – Rachael JensenWritten-By – Matt Carlson, Zac Pennington
9Four Words
Arranged By – Jherek BischoffWritten-By – Parenthetical Girls
Arranged By – Matt CarlsonWritten-By – Parenthetical Girls
11A Song For Ellie Greenwich
Arranged By – Matt CarlsonWritten-By – Matt Carlson, Zac Pennington


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
tom 120 cd, SMS010Parenthetical Girls Entanglements ‎(CD, Album)Tomlab, Slender Means Societytom 120 cd, SMS010Germany2008
TOM 120 PR, SMS010Parenthetical Girls Entanglements ‎(CD, Album, Promo)Tomlab, Slender Means SocietyTOM 120 PR, SMS010Germany2008


  • Art DirectionCorianton Hale
  • Band [Parenthetical Girls]Eddy Crichton, Jherek Bischoff, Matt Carlson, Rachael Jensen, Sam Mickens, Zac Pennington
  • CelloKi Johnsen, Lori Goldston
  • ClarinetMorgan Henderson
  • Clarinet, Bass ClarinetBeth Fleenor
  • Clarinet, Contra-Alto ClarinetJohnathan Sielaff
  • Contrabass, Violin, Banjo, Trombone, Ukulele, Accordion, Other [Bottles], VoiceJherek Bischoff
  • Design [Additional Design By]Jan Lankisch
  • Flute, Clarinet, SaxophoneIzaak Mills
  • HarpMonica Schley
  • Illustration [Illustrations By]Sam Weber
  • Keyboards, Violin, VoiceRachael Jensen
  • Mastered ByEd Brooks
  • PercussionEddy Crichton, Nick Tamburro, Paul Kikuchi
  • Performer [The Players]Beth Fleenor, Izaak Mills, Jeff Walker , Jonathan Sielaff, Ki Johnsen, Alex Guy, Lori Goldston, Mayumia Heider, Monica Schley, Morgan Henderson, Nelson Bell, Nick Tamburro, Paris Hurley, Paul Kikuchi, Samantha Boshnack, Stephen Lohrentz
  • Piano, Piano [Prepared Piano], Harpsichord, Synth, Piano [Rhodes], Vibraphone, Marimba, Percussion, Accordion, Glockenspiel, Zither [Kantele], Electric Guitar [One Note Of Electric Guitar]Matt Carlson
  • Producer [With], Engineer [With], Mixed By [With]Parenthetical Girls
  • Producer, Engineer, Mixed ByJherek Bischoff
  • TromboneJeff Walker
  • TrumpetSamantha Boshnack, Stephen Lohrentz
  • Tuba, TromboneNelson Bell
  • Viola, ViolinAlex Guy
  • ViolinParis Hurley
  • VoiceMayumia Heider
  • Voice, Musical Assistance [Guidance]Sam Mickens
  • Voice, Words ByZac Pennington
  • Written-By [Parenthetical Girls, Heretofore Understood As The Nebulous, Unquantifiable Creative Grey Area Between The Ideas Of, In Any Of Its Myriad Variations]Crichton, Bischoff, Carlson, Jensen, Mickens, Pennington


Back Cover / Labels:
© 2008 Tomlab / Slender Means Society

Inner Sleeve:
Track B1 Kafka as quoted by Max Brod in "Franz Kafka, eine Biographie", 1937
Track B4 United Artists © 1968
Produced, engineered, and mixed at Tallin, Tallsman and Sons.
Mastered, RFI Mastering.
Slender Means Society © 2008, Safe As Houses
Foremost, effusive and eternal gratitude goes out to the incredible players, who were kind enough to donate so much of their time and expertise to make this recording a reality. Your collective generosity is awe-inspiring. Thank you all so much.
Secondly, to the dozen or so composers, artists, and pop musicians who have been the unwitting objects of our inspiration, appropriation, and occasional plagiarism herein--thank you for your patience.
And finally, to the following--without whom the last several years would have been considerably less interesting:
Gabe Abaud, Abe Vigoda, Brigit Baldauf, Cornish College Of The Arts, Toni & Michael Card, Daniel Calrson, Linda Carlson, Sarah Cass, Creative Recording and Sound Services, the Chrichton Family, Gallery 1412, Daniel Gill, David Horvitz, Implied Violence, the expansive Jensen Family, Jan Lankisch, L.C.!, Brenna & the rest of the Murphy Family, Sarah Meadows, Adreas Oberschelp, Fritz Ostermayer, Owen Pallett, Jamie Porter, Freddy Ruppert, Christopher Schiel, Holly Seim, Marco Strangherlin, Tom Steinle, Jamie Tomasunis, Luke Wyland

Other Notes:
Track B4 titled "The Windmills Of Your Mind" on the inner sleeve.
The inner sleeve lists an additional, non-existent Track 12, titled "First Fell To Fawn", which is a lyric from the previous Track B5.


  • Barcode (Text): 6 56605 67201 4
  • Barcode (String): 656605672014
  • Rights Society: GEMA
  • Label Code: LC11168
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, Stamped): PIRATES PRESS TOM120 A 78282E1/A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, Stamped): PIRATES PRESS TOM120 B 78282E2/A


  • Copyright (c) – Tomlab
  • Copyright (c) – Slender Means Society
  • Copyright (c) – United Artists
  • Produced At – Tallin, Tallsman And Sons
  • Engineered At – Tallin, Tallsman And Sons
  • Mixed At – Tallin, Tallsman And Sons
  • Mastered At – RFI Mastering
  • Published By – Safe As Houses
  • Pressed By – Pirates Press


Entanglements - Parenthetical Girls. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Parenthetical Girls is an Experimental Pop band which formed in 2003 previously named The Swastika Girls in Everett, Washington, United States, currently based in Portland, Girls was an experimental pop band formed in Everett, Washington. Their music is notable for its combination of mainstream pop and experimental elements. Begun primarily as a recording project between Zac Pennington and Jeremy Cooper, the band went through several line-up changes, all sharing a variety of instrumental duties, and was known for its revolving-door policy to membership, with Pennington the only constant. Other members, like Jherek Bischoff and former touring musician Sam. Entanglements by Parenthetical Girls, released 23 December 2015 1. Four Words 2. Avenue of Trees 3. Unmentionables 4. GUT Symmetries 5. A Song For Ellie Greenwich 6. Young Eucharists 7. Entanglement 8. Abandoning 9. The Former 10. Windmills Of Your Mind 11. This Regrettable End. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card. Buy Digital Album. 6 USD or more. On their first two albums, Parenthetical Girls played fey indie rock with orchestral ambitions, but on Entanglements they flip that formula, moving into almost entirely orchestral pop territory that only nods vaguely in the direction of any rock conventions. Having secured a stable lineup for the first time shortly before recording these songs, Parenthetical Girls use that stability to make some of their most high-flying, whimsical music. Album 2008 11 Songs. Entanglements Parenthetical Girls. free to Parenthetical Girls Entanglements Four Words, Avenue Of Trees and more. 11 tracks 32:47. Parenthetical Girls. Four Words, 03:10. Avenue of Trees, 03:17. A Song For Ellie Greenwich, 02:55. Young Eucharists, 03:44. Entanglements, 01:38. Windmills of Your Mind, 02:44. Or consider a donation. Released 2008. Entanglements Tracklist. Four Words Lyrics

Almost positive my copy is Black! I will double check but its a USA issue, so maybe there was a EU issue that is white?