Madrugada
Nightly Disease =180g=

  1 x LP   180grs   33⅓rpm   

( 2001 ) - 2015 EU reissue on 180g LP =The Nightly Disease was very eagerly anticipated in Norway and Germany. It is the second album by the Norwegian Alternative Rock band Madrugada,

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Release date: 14-09-2015(originall released in 2001)

2015 EU reissue on 180g vinyl LP =The Nightly Disease was very eagerly anticipated in Norway and Germany. It is the second album by the Norwegian Alternative Rock band Madrugada, originally released in 2001.

Tracks:
Side A
1. Black Mambo
2. Step Into This Room And Dance For Me
3. Nightly Disease Part II
4. Lucy One
5. Hands Up - I Love You
6. A Deadend Mind
Side B
1. The Frontman
2. We Are Go
3. Into Heartbeats
4. Sister
5. Two Black Bones
6. Only When You're Gone

The Nightly Disease was very eagerly anticipated in Norway and Germany. It is the second album by the Norwegian Alternative Rock band Madrugada, originally released in 2001. A large amount of record buyers went crazy for Madrugada after hearing their 1999 debut album Industrial Silence.

Madrugada, however, chose quite differently; they returned with this ultra-bleak record. And for the better of it: this is a much better and more consistent album than their debut. The lyrics are more poetic, the songs are much more diverse, and the production is wonderfully dirty, giving the record a rather dangerous aura.

Madrugada has taken elements of the best bits from their past, for example, the beautifully dark "A Deadend Mind", and combined them with a new rawness and energy found in "Nightly Disease Part II".

180 gram audiophile vinyl
8 page booklet

 

"This album was very eagerly anticipated in Norway, and, of course, in Germany, where a large amount of record buyers went crazy for Madrugada after hearing their debut album and mesmerizing concerts. The most reasonable thing to do would, of course, be to continue with the relatively safe sound of debut Industrial Silence. Madrugada, however, chose quite differently; they returned with this ultra-bleak record. And for the better of it: This is a much better and more consistent album than their debut. For starters, yes, it may well be depression caught on tape, but it sounds real and convincing, unlike much of the material on their debut..." allmusicguide

Discs: 1
Drager(LP,EP,12,7,CD): LP
Qual(120grs,150grs,180grs): 180grs
Speed(33,45): 33
Label: Music On Vinyl
Originally released: 1999
This release: 2019
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