Strings (Arthur Loves Plastic album)

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Studio album by Arthur Loves Plastic
Released February 2013
Genre Electronica
Length 32:20
Label Machine Heart Music
Producer Bev Stanton
Arthur Loves Plastic album chronology
Special When Lit
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Dead Earnest favorable [1]

Strings is the twenty-first album from Arthur Loves Plastic and was released in 2013.

Release notes[edit]

"This release marks an organic departure from more dancefloor-friendly, sparkly ALP efforts. ALP's Bev Stanton took her acoustic bass guitar out of the closet and captured intimate performances by cellist Fred Leider and upright bassist Jon Nazdin. She also used loops from practice tapes of her Baltimore post-punk band The Window Shoppers and urban field recordings of her commute on DC buses and metro. The percolating electronic chirps and bleeps are restrained but keep the tracks from marinating in Weltschmerz." [2]

Track listing[edit]

All songs written and composed by Bev Stanton

No. Title Length
1. "Today Is Not the Day"   3:02
2. "Freedom Feels"   4:00
3. "Tumbleweed"   3:15
4. "Unique"   3:39
5. "Leaves"   2:33
6. "Poison"   3:25
7. "Lament"   3:35
8. "GPS"   2:41
9. "Bring It On"   2:36
10. "End of the Line"   3:41
Total length:


Additional musicians[edit]


  1. ^ Garibaldi, Andy. "Review: Strings". Dead Earnest. Retrieved 12 August 2013. 
  2. ^ "Arthur Loves Plastic - Strings music page". Arthur Loves Plastic. Retrieved 19 August 2013. 

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