Give me beauty​.​.​. Or give me death! (Remixed​/​Remastered 2012)

by EF

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    Debut album "Give me beauty... Or give me death!" from 2006 now remixed and remastered 2012 by Magnus Lindberg (Cult of Luna, PG. Lost and many others).

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about

"Give me beauty... Or give me death!" is the glorious debut album that gave EF a name on the up and rising post rock scene. Their song "Hello Scotland" quickly became EFs trademark - and still are.
In 2012 the band decided to hire Magnus Lindberg (Cult of Luna, PG.Lost and many others) to remix and remaster this old masterpiece in order to re-release it together with a bonus track: "Misinform the uninformed" - track that was recorded in 2006 but never finished.
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credits

released September 26, 2013

Niklas Åström - drums
Thomas Torsson - guitar, vocals
Daniel Öhman - guitar
Mikael Hillergård - electric bass
Jonathan Hammar - cello
Emanuel Olsson - studio engineer 2005
Magnus Lindberg - remix/remaster 2012

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EF Gothenburg, Sweden

EF was formed in 2003 and made a strong debut in the post rock scene with their debut album "Give me beauty... Or give me death!".

10+ years, 300+ shows, 4+ albums the band is still ripping their hearts out and creating music.

2016 they released split EP "VAYU" with the Israeli band Tiny Fingers through Pelagic Records.

www.pelagic-records.com

New album in 2017?
Lets cross our fingers.
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Track Name: Misinform the uninformed (bonus track)
Say why..
I’m tearing stars apart

Show how..
We replace the sky

Save me...
From what I create
Track Name: Hello Scotland
City streets in late spring
Where smoke covers everything
That's where we push our ice
In front of ourselves

City streets in late spring
Where smoke covers everyone and everything

Heavy winds won't bother us
It won't break no trees, it won't break no bones

Heavy winds: it won't break no trees, it won't break no bones
Track Name: Final touch/Hidden agenda
Stay around and see my door
And say something, I'll let your through
And do something, I'll let you through
And say something, I'll let you through
And do something, I'll let you through

Say something and close the door
And break the silence in our room
Hold your breath, I’ll let you through
Just for a moment this is our shelter
Track Name: Tomorrow my friend...
And you stay alone, and you’ll stay…

This is the last time I will hold your precious body
While days are passing by, and swallows each moment whole
I'll miss your lips... your smile, the glimpse in your eyes and your greatness
I hate to feel this way, but… all good things must come to an end
This is ours. From now on there is no tomorrow my friend
How could I know? How should I feel?
I'm misled by words never spoken
How could I know? How should I feel?
I'm misled by a smile never shown
Track Name: ...we'll meet in the end
Just drop me anywhere, and I’ll stay down
Just drop me anywhere, and I’ll stay down here

Come on hate me, and I’ll let down, down, all smiling, here
Through your room and through your place, who are you? A friend?

Just drop me anywhere, and I’ll stay down here