Eternal Youth (Rolo Tomassi album)

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Eternal Youth
Rolo Tomassi Eternal Youth.jpg
Compilation album by Rolo Tomassi
Released 18 April 2011
Recorded 2005 (2005) - 2009 (2009)[1]
Genre Mathcore, grindcore,[2][3] post-metal, jazzcore
Length 2:03:59
Label Destination Moon
Rolo Tomassi chronology
Cosmology
(2010)
Eternal Youth
(2011)
Astraea
(2012)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
I Heart AU 7/10 stars[2]
Dose Of Metal 4/5 stars[3]
Wheelscene 4/5 stars[1]

Eternal Youth is the first compilation album by the British mathcore band Rolo Tomassi. The first of these two CDs showcases their material from split extended plays and EPs, while the second disc is composed of early demos, remixes and acoustic tracks.[2] The album was released on Destination Moon records, Rolo Tomassi's own record label. A triple vinyl version of the album was released on 16 April 2011 for Record Store Day through Holy Roar Records.[4] The vinyl pressing was limited to 1,000 copies; 600 on black 200 on tri-colour (transparent clear/yellow/green) and 200 on grey/green.[5]

In promotion the band made the track "Fuck The Pleasantries, Let’s Rock" free to download and stream.[6]

Track listing[edit]

Disc One

All tracks written by Rolo Tomassi.

No. Title {{{extra_column}}} Length
1. "Mount Celestia" (from a 2009 Hassle Records 7")   7:18
2. "Titanomachia" (from a 2009 Hassle Records 7")   6:39
3. "Pillfox" (from a 2011 Split 7" with Antares on Hassle Records)   2:23
4. "The Golden Ghost" (a B-side from the Party wounds single on Hassle Records 2010)   3:14
5. "Jealous Bones" (from a Split EP with Cancer Bats on Hassle Records 2009)   2:03
6. "Apocalypso 2009" (from a Split EP with Fucked Up and the The Bronx on Hassle Records 2009)   1:08
7. "Digital History" (from Holy Roar Records 7" EP Release 2008)   1:39
8. "Beatrotter" (from Holy Roar Records 7" EP Release 2008)   1:41
9. "Film Noir" (from Rolo Tomassi EP on Holy Roar Records 2006)   1:50
10. "Curby" (from Rolo Tomassi EP on Holy Roar Records 2006)   2:12
11. "Cirque Du Funk" (from Rolo Tomassi EP on Holy Roar Records 2006)   4:34
12. "Prelude" (from Rolo Tomassi EP on Holy Roar Records 2006)   1:57
13. "Seagull" (from Rolo Tomassi EP on Holy Roar Records 2006)   5:13
14. "...And Then The Mannequin Spoke" from Rolo Tomassi EP Vinyl version on Holy Roar Records 2006 2:40
15. "C Is For Calculus" (from Rolo Tomassi EP on Holy Roar Records 2006)   7:37
16. "Fuck The Pleasantries Let's Rock" (from a Split 7" with Mirror!Mirror! on Speedway Records 2006)   1:55
17. "Apocalypso" (from a Split 7" with Mirror!Mirror! on Speedway Records 2006)   1:33
18. "Rock The Pleasantries Let's Fuck" (from a Split 7" with Mirror!Mirror! on Speedway Records 2006)   2:58
19. "Codes Within Codes" (from the 4 Track Cassette on Danger!Laser!Phaser!Razor! 2006)   2:56
20. "From Ambience To Ambulance" (from the 4 Track Cassette on Danger!Laser!Phaser!Razor! 2006)   1:00
21. "Hiroshima 8:16am" (from the 4 Track Cassette on Danger!Laser!Phaser!Razor! 2006)   2:11
22. "A Cosmic Accident" (from the 4 Track Cassette on Danger!Laser!Phaser!Razor! 2006)   11:20
Total length: 1:15:59
Disc Two
No. Title Length
1. "Breathing Through A City..." 0:34
2. "The Tentatively Titled "Film Noir"" 2:28
3. "...And Then The Mannequin Spoke" 2:36
4. "Headclouds/Reign Of Low" (Throats cover) 3:25
5. "Oh, Hello Ghost" (Acoustic) 2:45
6. "Nine" (Acoustic) 2:56
7. "Abraxas" (Cereal Remix) 3:23
8. "I Love Turbulence" (Three Trapped Tigers Remix) 4:00
9. "Fuck The Pleasantries, Let's Remix" (:( Remix) 1:44
10. "C Is For Drowning Under Waves Of Listless Apathy" (Ornine Remix) 5:49
11. "Beatrotter" (Please Will Remix) 3:43
12. "Tongue In Chic" (Team Wolf Remix) 4:26
13. "Fofteen" (Dolby Anol Gets Dark Remix) 4:47
14. "I Love Turbulence" (Rich Manu Rework) 5:48
Total length: 48:00

Personnel[edit]

Rolo Tomassi[7]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Lauren Corona (9 April 2011). "Album Review:Rolo Tomassi - Eternal Youth Wheel scene". The Wheel Scene. Retrieved 12 June 2011. 
  2. ^ a b c Lee Gorman (19 April 2011). "I Heart AU » Rolo Tomassi - Eternal Youth". I Hear AU. Retrieved 12 June 2011. 
  3. ^ a b "Review: Rolo Tomassi - Eternal Youth « Dose Of Metal". Dose of Metal. 7 March 2011. Retrieved 12 June 2011. 
  4. ^ Luke SLater (14 February 2011). "Rolo Tomassi confirm Eternal Youth release date and tour / Music News // Drowned In Sound". Drowned In Sound. Retrieved 12 June 2011. 
  5. ^ "ETERNAL YOUTH 3XLP by Rolo Tomassi". Holy Roar Records. Retrieved 28 September 2011. 
  6. ^ "FREE STUFF!! Rolo Tomassi mp3 from forthcoming b-sides + rarities album, Eternal Youth". Thrash Hits. 14 April 2011. Retrieved 28 September 2011. 
  7. ^ Eternal Youth (CD). Rolo Tomassoi. Destination Moon Records. 2011.