El Pintor (Spanish for "the painter"; also an anagram of "Interpol") is the fifth studio album by the American rock band Interpol
El Pintor (Spanish for "the painter"; also an anagram of "Interpol") is the fifth studio album by the American rock band Interpol. It was released through Matador Records and Soft Limit on September 8, 2014, internationally, and on September 9, 2014, in North America.
Released August 12, 2014. El Pintor is the fifth studio album by Interpol. It was released on September 9, 2014 in North America on Matador Records. 1. All the Rage Back Home Lyrics. The album title, which means the painter in Spanish, is an anagram of Interpol. It is the band’s first album without bassist Carlos Dengler, who departed the band after the self-titled release in 2010. The role of bass was taken over by frontman Paul Banks, and the album features guest appearances by Brandon Curtis of The Secret Machines, Jellyfish’s Roger Joseph Manning, Jr. and Rob Moose of Bon Iver.
El Pintor’s best songs could hang with Interpol’s strongest deep cuts. On Interpol's first album in four years-and first without Carlos D-there’s nothing that touches the band’s creative peak, but it's still a step up from their 2010 self-titled record. El Pintor’s best songs could hang with Interpol’s strongest deep cuts. When Interpol went out on their first tour behind their 2002 album Turn on the Bright Lights, Guided by Voices’ Robert Pollard imparted some prophetic advice for drummer Sam Fogarino at an Ohio stop: Don’t sell more than 50,000 records or you’re in trouble.
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Listen free to Interpol – El Pintor (All the Rage Back Home, My Desire and more). El Pintor is the fifth studio album by American rock band Interpol
Listen free to Interpol – El Pintor (All the Rage Back Home, My Desire and more). El Pintor is the fifth studio album by American rock band Interpol. It will be released on September 8, 2014 internationally and on September 9, 2014 in North America, through Matador Records. Self-produced by the band and recorded at Electric Lady Studios and Atomic Sound in New York City, the album was engineered by James Brown, who is known for his work for Foo Fighters, and mixed by Alan Moulder, who is known for his production and mixing work for My Bloody Valentine, The Smashing Pumpkins.
Interpol - 'El Pintor'. Interpol - 'El Pintor'. Revisiting the darkness and vigour of their past, the New Yorkers' fifth album is a revitalised return to form. It feels like we’ve come full circle in a way, Interpol’s frontman Paul Banks told NME earlier this year, at the start of their second stint on the NME Awards Tour (their first was supporting The Datsuns in 2003). New album ‘El Pintor’ mirrors that notion; it feels like a gigantic return to form after seven years of dwindling quality. It’s an album that might never have been made.
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