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Neil Young - Trans (Cassette, Album)

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  1. It features guests such as Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson and Bela Fleck. Although Young's rock albums are incredible, this experimentation is well-worth a listen. As is his Trans album which is a synth-vocoder effort, and Everybody's Rockin' which is a straight up Rockabilly album/5().
  2. “Well, Mr. Weird is at it again” was one of the first reactions I heard to the synthesized sounds and Vocoderized vocals that typify a lot of the material on Neil Young’s new album. Trans.
  3. Label: Geffen Records - • Format: Cassette Album • Country: Germany • Genre: Electronic, Rock • Style: New Wave, Synth-pop Neil Young - Trans (, Cassette) | Discogs 5/5(1).
  4. Neil Young’s polarizing album, influenced by new wave and heavy on the Vocoder, has long divided fans and critics. But beneath its cold exterior is a record with a lot of heart. It’s the end.
  5. Sep 10,  · Neil recorded this for the unreleased album 'Island In the Sun,' in & 82 in Hawaii. Neil Young-If You Got Love(Trans Outtake) Dan iel. (I ripped this from an acetate cassette). Category.
  6. Trans is the twelfth studio album by Canadian / American musician and singer-songwriter Neil Young, released on December 29, Recorded and released during his Geffen era in the s, its electronic sound baffled many fans upon its initial release—a Sennheiser vocoder VSM features prominently in six of the nine tracks.
  7. The album was recorded in a haphazard manner, with Young utilizing a variety of session musicians, and often changing their instruments while offering only bare-bones arrangements for them to follow (in a similar style to Tonight's the Night). He also would opt for rough, monitor mixes of songs rather than a more polished sound, alienating his.
  8. Jul 29,  · Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group Sample And Hold · Neil Young Trans ℗ Geffen Records Released on: Producer: Neil Young.
  9. Released on 29 December , Trans is often considered to be Neil Young’s synth-pop album, but that’s not really the case. There are, in fact, few keyboards on it, and if you want a guitar band.

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