Metals

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Metals is the fourth studio album from Canadian songstress Feist. In the run up to the release, various viral videos exhibiting clips of songs from the record emerged and in an online competition fans, were encouraged to color a template of the artwork to be used, with the winning design being chosen as the final cover. Working alongside Chilly Gonzales, Mocky, and producer Valgeir Sigurðsson the first single "How Come You Never Go There" embodies both the intensity and calmness that Feist is capable of.
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide
Metals is the fourth studio album from Canadian songstress Feist. In the run up to the release, various viral videos exhibiting clips of songs from the record emerged and in an online competition fans, were encouraged to color a template of the artwork to be used, with the winning design being chosen as the final cover. Working alongside Chilly Gonzales, Mocky, and producer Valgeir Sigurðsson the first single "How Come You Never Go There" embodies both the intensity and calmness that Feist is capable of.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 10/4/2011
  • Label: Interscope Records
  • UPC: 602527812106
  • Catalog Number: 001602602
  • Sales rank: 54,986

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Feist Primary Artist, Organ, Guitar, Piano
Irene Sazer Violin, Vocals
Colin Stetson Bass, Flute, Trumpet, Bass Clarinet, French Horn, Baritone Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Clarinet (Tenor)
Dean Stone Percussion, Drums
Jessica Ivry Cello, Vocals
Evan Cranley Trombone, Euphonium
Alisa Rose Violin, Vocals
Dina Maccabee Viola, Vocals
Brian Lebarton Organ, Synthesizer, Piano, Electric Bass, Drums
Bry Webb Vocals
Chilly Gonzales Organ, Piano, Electric Bass, Drums
Technical Credits
Mandy Parnell Mastering
Colin Stetson Horn Arrangements
Evan Cranley Horn Arrangements
Leslie Feist Composer
Lionel Darenne Engineer
Philip Shaw Bova Mastering
Brian Lebarton Composer
Feist Arranger, Producer, Horn Arrangements, String Arrangements
Robbie Lackritz Engineer, Management
Valgeir Sigurðsson Producer, Horn Arrangements
Sammy Rawal Graphic Design
Them Finest Graphic Design
Chilly Gonzales Arranger, Composer, Producer, Horn Arrangements, String Arrangements
Chip Sutherland Management
Robyn Kutyk Graphic Design
Petra Cuschierl Graphic Design
Graydon Sheppard Graphic Design
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  • Posted October 11, 2011

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    excellent for current fans, but not enough for new listeners

    If you don't already love Feist, this may not be for you. She is accomplished and brings alot to the table in this one, but the fare may not be palatable to the casual listener. If you are curious, buy The Remainder first. There's only one catchy song on Metals and the rest of the album is at turns folky, moody, or downright sad.

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