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Nightingale Floors (Deluxe Version)

Rogue Wave

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iTunes Editors’ Notes

Zach Rogue and his "band" Rogue Wave began as a casual project that bore fruit with 2003's Out of the Shadow. That Rogue had no master plan became immediately evident as collaborators came and went and the sound shifted so frequently that fans of one album weren't always fans of the next. Well, fans of the fourth album—2010's Permalight—will likely feel comforted by the sounds here, where Rogue and longtime associate Pat Spurgeon focus on the best and brightest elements of their sound and apply them to the kind of catchy songs that have frequently hooked Rogue Wave fans regardless of the production values. "College" shimmers with a timeless pop force. "Siren's Song" floats between the decades for a modern retro sound. "Without Pain" fires up an acoustic-based ballad. The deluxe version adds three bonus tracks, including a thoughtful cover of Screaming Trees' "Nearly Lost You."

Customer Reviews

Best album yet

This album blows my mind. Zach, Pat, and crew continue to make the soundtrack to my life.
Think what radio head, Kid A was. This record is like that. All the best of rwave but grown up, and with insane depth.

Think of the best record of the year. Now imagine it a little Better

Respect.

Original stuff good...but

The original stuff sounds good...not sure about the Kid A comparison though....and the trees cover? Might take a little getting used to.

Just listen to "Nearly Lost You"…..

Woke up, jet lagged in some strange city. Half asleep I reviewed "Nearly Lost You" and I was instantly hooked to the entire album. Perfect.

Biography

Formed: 2002 in Bay Area, CA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Rogue Wave formed in 2002 when a newly unemployed Zach Rogue left his San Francisco home, visited friends in New York City, and returned to California with nearly a full album's worth of textured, cerebral indie pop. Rogue then quit his post in his previous group, the Desoto Reds, and finished the album, which was released on Rogue's own Responsive label under the title Out of the Shadow. As he was completing the record, Rogue decided to form a band in order to perform the material live, and he soon...
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