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The War On Drugs - Future Weather album download
The War On Drugs - Future Weather album download
Performer: The War On Drugs
Title: Future Weather
Country: US
Released: 2010
Style: Indie Rock
Rating: 4.3/5
FLAC size: 1161 mb | MP3 size: 1853 mb | WMA size: 1141 mb
Genre: Rock

Released October 26, 2010. Future Weather Tracklist. 1. Come to the City Lyrics. 2. Baby Missiles Lyrics. 3. Comin' Through Lyrics.

The War on Drugs is an American indie rock band from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, formed in 2005. The band consists of Adam Granduciel (lyrics, lead vocals, guitar), David Hartley (bass guitar), Robbie Bennett (keyboards), Charlie Hall (drums), Jon Natchez (saxophone, keyboards) and Anthony LaMarca (guitar). Founded by close collaborators Granduciel and Kurt Vile, The War on Drugs released their debut studio album, Wagonwheel Blues, in 2008.

For the most part, Future Weather takes a second look at what makes the War on Drugs feel so down, and the result is a moody, contemplative set of songs, culminating in their most reverb-heavy, angsty track yet. Once again, the EP has its corners coloured in with wordless reprises, maybe because they don’t have enough material to put out, maybe because they really love playing with guitars and ambience, or maybe because this is just throwaway EP stuff. i guess approach it as a ., or something. AggravatedYeti November 24th 2010.

Is Future Weather the best album by The War On Drugs? BestEverAlbums. com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. This album At A Glance. Future Weather by The War On Drugs (2010) Release date: 2010-08-16 Overall rank: 35,733rd.

The War on Drugs’ texturally rich, guitar-driven rock calls to the past yet also feels timeless. The Philadelphia band, initially helmed by Adam Granduciel and Kurt Vile, broke onto the scene with their 2008 LP Wagonwheel Blues. Vile departed shortly thereafter, and Granduciel began pushing the limits of the band’s sound, introducing layered melodic synths to underscore their mesmerizing guitar licks. A few stellar records later, they won the Grammy Award for Best Rock Album for 2017’s A Deeper Understanding. Jump To: Top Stories.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Come To The City #14 0:56
A2 Baby Missiles
Autoharp, Guitar [Strat] – Dave Hartley*Mixed By – Brian McTear, Johnny Low*
A3 Comin' Through
Mixed By – Brian McTear, Johnny Low*
A4 A Pile Of Tires 3:52
A5 Comin' Around 0:58
B1 Brothers
Performer [Traps] – Dave Hartley*
B2 Missiles Reprise 2:19
B3 The History Of Plastic 8:04

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Secretly Canadian
  • Copyright (c) – Secretly Canadian
  • Mixed At – Miner Street Recordings
  • Mastered At – Salt Mastering
  • Published By – Seaformation Music


  • Bass – Dave Hartley*
  • Drums, Percussion, Keyboards [Roland202], Bells, Singing Bowls, Effects [Bi-phase Treatments] – Mike Zanghi*
  • Layout – Daniel Murphy
  • Mastered By – Paul Gold
  • Mixed By – A. Granduciel* (tracks: A1, A4 to B3)
  • Photography By – AG*
  • Producer – A. Granduciel*
  • Recorded By – A. Granduciel*, Jeff Zeigler, John Congleton
  • Songwriter – A. Granduciel*
  • Vocals, Harmonica, Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Tape [Cassettes], Synthesizer [Arps, 2524, MS16] – AG*


Coupon for digital download included.
First catalog # on the spine, second is on the label.

baby missiles and comin' through mixed by brian mctear and johnny low at miner st.
everything else mixed by a. granduciel at home
mastered [...] at salt, brooklyn
all songs [...] ©2010 seaformation music ascap

©&℗ 2010 secretly canadian 1499 west second street, bloomington, in 47403

Track durations not listed on release.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 656605022710
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, etched): SC227 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, etched): SC22 B Salt
  • Rights Society: ASCAP

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
sc227 The War On Drugs Future Weather ‎(CD, EP) Secretly Canadian sc227 US 2010
none The War On Drugs Future Weather ‎(8xFile, AAC, EP, 256) Secretly Canadian none 2010

Comments (2)
Another poor pressing from Secretly Canadian. Just like Lost In The Dream. Slightly off-center, noisey, and thin sound. Save your scratch.
People’ve often asked me about the differences between Kurt Vile’s music and that of his bandmate, and co-founder of War On Drugs, Adam Granduciel ... and it always gives me pause. While both dish out deep helpings of music that lazily rides under the radar, it’s Adam, who when he choses, is able to let his visions sonically soar to unimaginable heights, at times splitting the sky, and raining down musical blessings.There are tracks on this EP that will find their way to later full album releases, and there are snippets of songs that will become full fledged dynamic numbers. There are those who’ve suggest that the release creates a bummed-out atmosphere ... I find that not to be so, simply pointing to the layered distant harmonica and tangled jangling guitars on the song “Brothers,” or the easy sounding, though very complex homespun shuffle of “Comin’ Thought;” where Adam, Mike Zanghi and Dave Hartley not only push these layered boundaries, but take leaps that will later blossom on the heady driving Slave Ambient.And all this means what? Certainly not much for those of you who come to this body of work late, but for those who hung on every note as it was being presented, most of us held our collective breath, just know that we were about to get drenched.As usual … Secret Canadian does a great job, not only with the vinyl, but with the packaging.Review by Jenell Kesler