Cory Kilduff – When It All Gets To Be Too Much

Label:
Burning Witches
Art.Nr.:
0353756
Kat.Nr.:
BW018LP

Released:
08.02.2019
Cover:
Picture
Format:
LP
Pressung:
EU - Original
Zustand:
Neu
Vinyl:
Cover:
Genre:
Electronic + Beat Art + Broken Beats / Headz + Rock / Indie
Stichworte:
worried about satan, system syn, galactic protector, espectrostatic, daniel davies
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Cory Kilduff - When It All Gets To Be Too Much
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Includes Free Digital Download Code.

Limited Edition of 500 Copies on Two Colour Splatter Vinyl.

Growing up in the 1980s Dallas suburbs, Cory Kilduff was all about pushing the boundaries. Specifically, the boundaries of which videos his parents would let him rent each weekend. Escaping into equal parts sci-fi (Tron, Alien), outcast teen classics (Gleaming the Cube, The Breakfast Club), and cult classics (Beat Street, Rad), his range was eclectic and loaded with soundtracks that transitioned him easily into an interest in music.

Now signed to Burning Witches Records, Cory has been creatively supported in composing and completing a new passion project paying homage to John Hughes’ flame-haired muse, Molly Ringwald. When It All Gets To Be Too Much is inspired by Ringwald’s roles in Hughes’ movies, specifically the moments when she can’t hold back the tears. With a few other references blended in for depth and breadth, the tears of Sam, Claire and Andie remain at the forefront for perfectly synthesized nostalgia, anchored in 1980s drama—think the train scene in Risky Business or the death in Less Than Zero—and tempered by the pure and true teen angst of Ringwald’s iconic characters.  

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TitelFeaturingProducingLänge
A1. Jericho's OpeningCory Kilduff
A2. Not Like The OthersCory Kilduff
A3. False AlarmCory Kilduff
A4. VacancyCory Kilduff
A5. Chestnut HillsCory Kilduff
B1. PatternsCory Kilduff
B2. PortacarreroCory Kilduff
B3. Higher EducationCory Kilduff
B4. Hayden SphereCory Kilduff
B5. 16 SecondsCory Kilduff
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