Boxer

Boxer

by The National

CD

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Product Details

Release Date: 05/22/2007
Label: Beggars Banquet Us
UPC: 0607618025229
catalogNumber: 80252
Rank: 16740

Album Credits

Performance Credits

National   Primary Artist
Sarah Phillips   Clarinet
Tim Albright   Trombone
Thomas Bartlett   Keyboards
Sufjan Stevens   Piano
Padma Newsome   Organ,Violin,Viola
Bryce Dessner   Guitar,Group Member
Rachael Elliott   Bassoon
Matthew Berninger   Vocals,Group Member
Aaron Dessner   Bass Guitar,Group Member
Bryan Devendorf   Drums,Group Member
Scott Devendorf   Bass Guitar,Group Member
Carin Besser   Vocals
Pauline DeLassus   Vocals
Alexandra Sopp   Flute
Ha-Yang Kim   Cello

Technical Credits

National   Composer,Producer,Engineer
Peter Katis   Producer,Engineer
Bennett Paster   Engineer
Padma Newsome   Orchestration
Bryce Dessner   Arranger
Matthew Berninger   Composer
Aaron Dessner   Arranger,Producer
Greg Giorgio   Engineer
Carin Besser   Composer
Josh Clark   Engineer
Abbey Drucker   Cover Photo
Brandon Reid   Engineer

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Boxer 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
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I am not one to write reviews, but I think that this album deserves one, though my writing creativity isn't there, this album is excellent. While listening to my XM radio, XMU more specifically, I noticed several songs by The National being played and each time the songs would just grab me. Then I started going to Youtube and looking for the songs and then putting some songs to visuals was icing on the cake. Please note, those videos on Youtube, were created by other fans. (Favorite National Youtube created videos include: Slow Show and Fake Empire) This album should in the future be included on most greatest indie rock albums since 2000. The more I listen to this album, I keep finding a new song that grasps my attention and makes me want to listen to it more and more.
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