The Golden Age is the 9th studio album released by San Francisco-based sadcore and slowcore band American Music Club. The album is the band's second after a 10-year hiatus that ended in 2004. The album is an effort by the band to experiment more in their music. The album was produced by Dave Trumfio, who has also worked for bands such as Wilco and My Morning Jacket.
Producer – American Music Club, Joe Chiccarelli. Vocals, Guitar – Mark Eitzel.
Band Name American Music Club. Album Name San Francisco. Erscheinungsdatum 1994. Labels Reprise Records Virgin Records. Musik GenreIndie Rock. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen0. Other formats: Vinyl, Cassette. 2. It's Your Birthday. Music StyleIndie Rock. Members owning this album0. 3. Can You Help Me. 4. Love Doesn't Belong.
American Music Club (often abbreviated AMC) is a San Francisco-based band led by singer-songwriter Mark Eitzel. They've been recording and playing in SF clubs since the mid 1980's, showing a remarkable longevity for a band that has been far more critically acclaimed than financially successful.
Biography by Jason Ankeny. Undervalued but critically acclaimed American group with brilliant, often downbeat melodies, and clever lyrics.
The band distilled their big sound into a consistent blend of New Wave and rock here, especially on songs like the catchy, propulsive The Dead Part of You, which muster equal parts Springsteen, The Cure, and Slowdive. Everclear American Music Club.
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