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TEMPORARY Chemtrails Over the Country Club - Pre-Release Thread: OUT March 19th, 2021

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7 minutes ago, Nobody said:

am I mishearing or does she say

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"It wasn't quite what I meaned"? 

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she does lol

 

also unrelated but i wanted to say 

DBJAG is how LFL the entire album should've sounded and should've been written. i feel like that song is what that album tried to do but couldn't manage to do. it's the instrumental that does it. also, i love the references on this album. "god only knows" reference in TJF referring to God Knows I Tried, intentional or not. also the Making Out ("we'll be taking drugs doing shots making out in parking lots") reference in DBJAG "we're making out in the parking lot"


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13 minutes ago, domandapiano said:

I listened 3 times! Once, high in bed, the night of the day it leaked, once on a run the next day, and then once with my best friend who is also a Lana stan. I then promptly deleted it from my phone and I will abstain until it’s out. I know I’ll be giving it plenty of steams over the next 2 years lol. I’m already itching to listen to it again. 
 

my best friend was annoying as hell listening to it, though. 
 

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Said wild at heart was just the same song as how to disappear which is bullshit. The melodies are not the same, even if there are some similarities, and the whole vibe of the song is much more yeehaw and less Christmas letter. 
 

then in dark but just a game he said he didn’t like the middle part because he thought it didn’t flow well (I assume he meant the post 1st chorus instrumental back into the verse) but I also think that’s dumb and that the switch flip back to the beat of the verse is obviously intentional and sounds good

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He did like not all who wander though, which is maybe my in my top 3 with white dress and Tulsa. Underrated gem. 

 

 

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also forgot to mention when she says downatthemeninmusicbusinessconference it makes me wanna shake my shoulders real fast as she says it hahahaha


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3 hours ago, Vertimus said:
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To me, the most intense part of the entire record is at the end of Yosemite when she sings/speaks, “I remember watching ‘How Green Was My Valley...” and the next minute or so. Spooky. 

 

Literally my fav moment on the record I think. It’s transcendence is similar to that of the bridge of Terrence, One of my fav Lana songs ever. Only Rick could do something like that. I also just adore her apocalyptic stuff like The Greatest

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Is this an album that the general public will get or is it more for us stans? Asking as someone who hasn't listened. I keep wondering how more casual listeners will receive it.


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6 minutes ago, Doll Harlow said:

Is this an album that the general public will get or is it more for us stans? Asking as someone who hasn't listened. I keep wondering how more casual listeners will receive it.

i think it'll get praises but not like NFR. i think it's similar in ways to UV where it's very different for Lana's released stuff and also HM where it sounds like it needed to be made to put her onto the path of the next album and where she's going. it's a definite bridge between two larger projects in my mind. i think the next album will be much more prominent and large, like LFL. cocc just seems so personal in so many ways 


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i think it'll get praises but not like NFR. i think it's similar in ways to UV where it's very different for Lana's released stuff and also HM where it sounds like it needed to be made to put her onto the path of the next album and where she's going. it's a definite bridge between two larger projects in my mind. i think the next album will be much more prominent and large, like LFL. cocc just seems so personal in so many ways 

 

 

It does seem like it will be a bit polarizing in the way Honeymoon was. Not a bad thing at all in my book.


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2 minutes ago, Doll Harlow said:

 

 

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It does seem like it will be a bit polarizing in the way Honeymoon was. Not a bad thing at all in my book.

 

 

when you hear it and hear some of the lyrics, you'll know what i mean, unless you've already read them. it's the vocals that really make it seem so much more personal and like you said polarizing. this might not be my favorite of hers, but i think it definitely needed to happen. go through the dark to get to the dark


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26 minutes ago, Doll Harlow said:

Is this an album that the general public will get or is it more for us stans? Asking as someone who hasn't listened. I keep wondering how more casual listeners will receive it.


I think the GP will like it, actually. Especially the middle of the album for some reason. I’d be confident the critics would, too, if it weren’t for Lana’s IG antics over the past year. I hope they’ll give greater weight to the actual music, because it really is some of her best. 

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13 hours ago, Dragon said:
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it feels a lot more sincere, mature, and raw. less opulent, but still magical nonetheless. suuuuuuch a SMOOTH listen. laid down hillside after the rain dried up on the grass. 
favorites: WD, WAH, Wander, DTWD, Dark, n of course the singles n TJF

WD: transports me to a misty forest. perfect w the alt cover. this actually made me cry for multiple reasons. such a complex song sung out simply. this might be my favorite song of hers, ever. it's so strangely enough detoxifying it's perfect at least for me. but objectively, it one of the smoothest tracks she's ever released. 
Chemtrails: transition to the title track which, so godly. so enchanting. haunting. if it doesn't pull you in, you're not listening to it right. 
TJF: her sexiest filler, maybe- interlude of a track. unapologetically playful. the production's swimmingly great, and meshes well w how quietly bold it is. 
Woman: that song's something iconic on a windy day. pre-posts. 
Wild at heart: so incredibly sweet. so endearing, so calming. the HTD sample works well, if I didn't know better, this jived a lot more natural than the former. the transition from the sweet vocals to the chorus/post. -- it flows so well structurally. it's got a good soundscape and is generous w it's melody. to even up thru the OUTRO. this song performs. brooklyn baby 2.0 w a country/old soft rock twang

Dark but just a game: sweet oh what whatever baby ~ the mmmhmmm mmmmhmmm grunts are something else. it's got a really sensual beat but then for me, recedes to the beatles rem. sound mixed w The Office's show intro-esque piano. I appreciate how it rolls, but the disconnect sorta reminds me of a cooking pot being opened and closed where the steam builds but then it's aired out not thru whistle but by taking the lid off. if she sang in a higher register here n there, I think it would've sounded more meshed w the title of song. I'm not sure what to think about this one still. wait. this song's genius. it's real sly. 

Wander: Pristine. like tiptoeing on giant lily pads. so naturally serene and lighthearted. nothing on it feels forced, such a great blend of sound and vibes. like spending a day out by a lake or river. 
Yosemite: very strong instrumentation. it's carefully. suspiciously optimistic. gives me banana pancakes vibes w macadamia nuts. wish it exploded unexpectedly. 
BUS: fits so well w the album. like the drama, n actually wanted niki on the track before the leak so, happy about that. their voices go well together, and it strengthens the song. surprised that I love the song a lot more than expected. 
Dancing Til We Die: Hope she goes more towards this sound for the next potential record whenever that might happen. gets a little Elton John on that bridge which I LOVE. very beautiful instrumentation. the twangs. Jack did great on here especially. 
For Free: heard her sing this live and I can't get the imagery out of my head when she sings, which, is great bc it works well. she sounds like she's having so much fun singing this song. makes me happy for her. 

I know the collabs were something she really enjoyed, like a good sisterhood or something. 

this album makes me feel at ease. I think it'll really establish her way to being one of the greats that the rest of the world will actually realize. once again, she's ahead of her peers in the spotlight. I don't think anyone really does it like her. which makes me even more proud. such a jewel. 

what it feels like w this record is that she's happy. she's better realized what's really important to her, and there's still a playful carefree approach to life, while still not discounting the downs that she's experienced. with how it makes me feel? this might be my favorite album of hers. the opulence and past danger can't touch this album's serenity. it strips a lot off her past music, which in a way makes me sad, but at the same time, the growth I got to learn through her music, I knew it had to happen and I'm glad that it might be for her, bc in my own personal way, I've grown thru it while listening. 

it's sparklingly mature and refined. 

BTD's hardship, paradise's languid despair, UV's rage, HM's mystique, LFL's call towards love, NFR's tragedies, all pressurized into this rustic diamond record. and it's incredibly clear n shining. 

love that it's being released during Pisces season. (COCC's a Pisces, sweet :slay::kiss2:) love the wd fanfare around my birthday. september was a huge letdown, but the trail towards march n next week. 2 videos. 2 now 3 magazines. 2 excellent covers. an excellent way of opening the year. which lemme compliment myself, was something I already personally knew, so the wait was sweet. 

this makes me so excited for the next record on where she might go. this album's less tethered and a lot more heavenly. u guys need to get on the LMYLAW train. she's the key to this record imo. 
 

edit: oh shit, almost forgot @Pico Boulevard

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I'm so happy you love the album so much bestie:oprah:

 

And your descriptions:wub:

 

 


' I think I need to add that song, "Dealer ", where I'm just screaming my head off. People don't know what it sounds like when I yell. And I do yell.':scream:

And she finally did:gurl:

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3 hours ago, Yosemite said:

So I had this idea of making a kind of an album trailer, that will have the whole album in it. However, to do that, I need y'all help bc I need some movies to go along w/ the tracks, so could you reply to me saying which movies go along w/ each song? Can be more than one movie per track, can be classic movies, or not, known or unknown, I just need ideas. Gonna try posting it on the album's release day.

Also, this is the exact same concept I'm going for:

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as someone who hasn't heard the album yet, here are some movies that give me the vibe of what i think the album will sound like:

Persona (1966)

Suspiria (2018)

Lost Highway (1998)

Hiroshima Mon Amour (1959)

Belle De Jour (1967)

Eyes Without A Face (1960)

The Others (2001)

Don't Look Now (1973)

and for the title track, The Discreet Charm Of The Bourgeoisie (1972)

 


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To me it is like Honeymoon and Lust for Life. Mellow melodies reminds of Honeymoon and guitars remind much of a second half of Lust For Life, especially Yosemite.
Highlights are definitely WD, COCC, TJF and Y. 

 

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