Beirut: Pompeii EP

March 20, 2007 at 11:07 am (Beirut, mp3s)

Beirut - Pompeii EPI’m sorry for the brevity of this post, but I actually have things to do today, and I need to get another post up. A few weeks ago, Beirut released an EP on eMusic; that is, if you can call two songs an EP. Either way, while one song, ‘Napoleon on the Bellerophon’ sounds just as you’d expect it to, the other song, ‘Fountains and Tramways’, add some interesting elements to the Beirut formula. It retains the dark and moody feel of all of Beirut’s music, but adds electronic synths to the mix. Interesting indeed.

 

Beirut – Fountains and Tramways.mp3
Note: Since this is, technically, half an album, I’d really prefer that you don’t download this song; if you really it, just grab it over at eMusic for whatever ridiculously cheap price they’re asking. It’s worth it.

 

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4 Comments

  1. hey said,

    “Note: Since this is, technically, half an album, I’d really prefer that you don’t download this song; if you really it, just grab it over at eMusic for whatever ridiculously cheap price they’re asking. It’s worth it.”

    – if you don’t want people to download it, then why post it?

  2. del_ruby said,

    ditto

  3. kebove said,

    There’s a different between downloading and just listening.

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