Trace is the fifth album by Australian rock band Died Pretty. It was released in 1993. The album was the most commercially successful of the band's career, peaking at N. 1 on the ARIA album charts, while a single, "Harness Up" (August 1993), peaked at N. 5. A four-track EP, "Caressing Swine" (June), and two other singles, "Headaround" (November) and "A State of Graceful Mourning" (December), failed to chart.
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What turned out to be the final Died Pretty album, at least as far as can be determined, was something of an odd affair, at once a stab at more mainstream tastes and a refinement of the group's own approach. The lineup went through a slight change - Robert Warren replaced Clark on bass - but otherwise it was the same band and the same producer, Hugh Jones, recording once again in Australia. All this said, there are some things that are forever Died Pretty, and the lead single from the album, "Caressing Swine," is a great example, with a low, rumbling rhythm, some quick, slashing guitar from Myers, and an air of general intensity building up to a fine chorus. The strong rave-ups of the past aren't as prominent here, continuing the pattern of Doughboy Hollow, but the overall sense of passion hasn't changed a bit.
Album · 1992 · 11 Songs.
Album Trace, Died Pretty. Tracking list e i testi dell'album: Trace Data di pubblicazione: 1993. Tracking list e i testi dell'album