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Babel is the second studio album by British rock band Mumford & Sons. As with Sigh No More, the album was produced by Markus Dravs. The vinyl LP version of the record was pressed by United Record Pressing in Nashville, Tennessee. It was released on 21 September 2012 in Ireland, Germany, Belgium, the Netherlands, Luxembourg, Norway, Australia and New Zealand
Babel is the second studio album by British rock band Mumford & Sons. It was released on 21 September 2012 in Ireland, Germany, Belgium, the Netherlands, Luxembourg, Norway, Australia and New Zealand.
by Mumford & Sons.
Babel by rajna, released 01 January 2013 1. A prayer for rain 2. Ziggourat 3. Hanuz Nist - Stoa cover 4. Nä Traya 5. The Garden of babylon 6. Voyage of the Magus 7. Cathar's song 8. Offering - Olaf Parusel version 9. And the leaves are falling. 10. The Wedding 11. Crescent Moon Sur les traces de Babylone, RAJNA s’inspire pour son nouvel opus Babel du berceau de notre civilisation : la Mésopotamie. Toujours à la recherche de nouvelles contrées, RAJNA continue son voyage musical. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card.
Babel steps up Mumford & Sons’ game without changing it too much. It feels shinier, punchier, more arena-scale than the debut, with the band hollering, hooting, plucking and strumming like Olympian street buskers. The songs lean toward the hooky folkfest stomps of tunes such as Little Lion Man and The Cave, whose beer-slosh melody and fist-pump dynamics branded Sigh No More. But it’s the band’s lyrics, and Mumford’s delivery, that define the album’s sound. Babel is full of all manner of religious shoptalk, with Biblical metaphors swirling like detritus in a Christopher Nolan film. Jesus is invoked above Edge-style guitar on Below My Feet.
The album's official lead single is "I Will Wait". The band premiered the song on Zane Lowe's BBC Radio 1 show on 7 August 2012. On 29 August 2012, Mumford & Sons recorded their live performance of "I Will Wait" at Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Colorado
Babel, the sophomore album from Mumford & Sons, earns the distinction of being among the most anticipated efforts of 2012. While the resurgence of folk music isn’t new itself, Mumford & Sons have reestablished the culture and introduced it to a new audience. Overall, Babel is a solid album. To the new fans, it plays better than the most invested fan. The invested fan, may find the album ‘formulaic’ as opposed to innovative. Never bad and sometimes exceptional, Babel does enough to give the band a huge commercial hit without necessarily moving them forward.
THE ALBUM: Babel is a strong and impressive sophomore release from Mumford & Sons. The album is crisp in quality, remains true to the band, and worth every minute waiting for its release. It takes every positive attribute about Sigh No More and intertwines them with the band's rooted musicality into a cleaner feel. Babel is an album that I will listen to for a long time to come. There is a track within it that speaks to almost every human emotion felt. Being someone who looks to music as a release in my own life, Mumford & Sons has truly provided (alongside their Sigh No More album) a soundtrack to human life on Earth.