Band Name Swervedriver. Album Name Sandblasted. Type EP. Data de lançamento Julho 1991. Labels Creation Records. Estilo de MúsicaIndie Rock. Membros têm este álbum0. Other productions from Swervedriver. Juggernaut Rides '89–'98.
Sandblasted is the third EP release by English alternative rock band Swervedriver. Self-produced and recorded by the band, it was released on 22 July 1991, through Creation and A&M Records. The title track of the EP was included in the band's debut album, Raise (1991) and was released as a single, peaking at number 67 on UK Single Charts. On the song's meaning, Adam Franklin stated: A promotional music video for the track was also released.
The quality control with Swervedriver was all but unparalleled, and there was no need for any "third time is a charm" nonsense with their early singles. Sandblasted again offers three great B-sides from the band: "Flawed," "Out," and the scorched "Laze it Up," which boasts some nasty, digging, non-flashy guitar riffs from guitarists Adam Franklin and Jimmy Hartridge. It must be noted that a compilation of their nine B-sides from the three singles released prior to Raise would give that LP (also nine tracks in length) a run for its money - no small feat.
A new version of Last. Swervedriver - Feel So Real Feel So Real Swervedriver. You know it's for real Don't say what died You know it's alive. I watch from reel to real Don't see what I feel Split ope. ead the full lyrics for Sandblasted. Discuss these lyrics on MetroLyrics.
Swervedriver are an English shoegaze band from Oxford. The band went on hiatus in 1998 before reforming in 2008 for a world tour, which included a performance at the high-profile Coachella Festival. Their first three albums were also reissued in 2008/2009.
Swervedriver released their debut album, Raise, on 30 September 1991. It was recorded at The Greenhouse & Falconer Studios and produced by the band, like their prior EPs, and included the title tracks from all three. Regarding the group's overriding fascination with everything automotive, Franklin had said, "the car thing came from twisting around rock 'n' roll imagery. videos for "Son of Mustang Ford" and "Sandblasted", and released it on 14 May 1992. Just as they started to experience a rise in success, Swervedriver would hit another roadblock-in addition to them losing their manager, following a performance at the Hultsfred Festival in Sweden on 8 August 1992, Vines left to form heavy metal-oriented Skyscraper.