When We’re Together – Album Download
“When We’re Together” is the MonaLisa Twins’ debut album with original songs. It contains lots of Rock ‘n’ Roll and Beat music paired with elements of Psychedelic, Folk and even Latin genres. Check the tabs below for more info, audio samples and lyrics.
Album Download: When We’re Together – 11 Tracks
Download Format: zip file with MP3, M4A + Extras
|#||TITLE (Click for Lyrics)||Play Sample|
|01||When We’re Together|
|02||Won’t You Listen Now|
|03||This Boy Is Mine|
|04||I Don’t Know Birds That Well|
|06||One More Time|
|08||The Wide, Wide Land|
|09||All About Falling In Love|
|10||I Wanna Kiss You|
|11||Nothing Is In Vain|
About the Album
“When We’re Together” is the MonaLisa Twins’ debut album with original songs. It was the first time they really got into songwriting.
“It sure wasn’t easy at first. We played around with different chord progressions and harmonies, spent lots of time writing lyrics and arranging instruments until we, at last, came up with 11 new songs we were really pleased with.”
“When we started recording we felt like we didn’t quite achieve the sound we were looking for, and it took us a while to figure out what we needed to get it “right”. After several attempts to create that perfect sound with the gear we already owned, we finally gave up and invested in some amazing vintage guitars and recording equipment … that was the icing on the cake!”
The MonaLisa Twins wanted to make every song on the album sound a little different, while trying to stick to their favourite musical elements like melodic harmonies, driving back beats and crunchy, bright guitar sounds. They used them in simple and catchy feel-good songs as well as in tracks that are strongly based on good old Rock ‘n’ Roll and Beat music. The album also features some Latin sounds and Ballads to make the album exciting to listen to.
Lyrics, Music, Performance, Engineering, Production and Album Design/Photos: MonaLisa Twins
Album Name: When We’re TogetherAlbum Type: Album Download – 11 TracksRelease Date: 29 Feb 2012