Socratic (The Album) by Socratic, released 10 January 2012 1. The Critics 2. Curtain Call 3. Charlie Parker (Music Will Save His Soul) 4. Days I Did Not Belong 5. Money On The Radio 6. Flowers In The Garden 7. Give & Take Two 8. Sister 9. Magnets Attract 10. Famous For Nothing 11. Save Yourself 12. Think In Dreams 13. The Truth In Lies Self-titled third full-length LP release.
Band's List Emo Socratic Socratic. Released date 10 January 2012. Labels Drive-Thru Records. Members owning this album0.
Nom de l'album Socratic. Date de parution 10 Janvier 2012. Membres possèdant cet album0.
Socratic Socratic mixes clever witty lyrics, catchy spangled melodies, and engaging arrangements into a melting pot full of pop sensibility and rock & roll elements to deliver a unique and tasteful spin on a modern (and not so modern) culture. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card.
Socratic is an American rock band from Cranford and Linden, New Jersey. After signing to Drive-Thru Records in 2004, they released their debut full-length Lunch for the Sky in 2005, the Just Turn EP in 2006, Mark Hoppus-produced follow-up album Spread The Rumors in 2008 and their self-produced self-titled album Socratic (The Album) in 2012. Socratic toured throughout their entire tenure performing in Japan, Australia, and the continental United States.
Shortly thereafter the band recorded "Socratic EP" and added Duane Okun as lead guitarist and backup vocalist. Tobin left in late 2001 and was replaced by bassist Adam Swider. In 2002 the band were signed to No Milk Records and on January 6, 2003 released their second EP "It's Getting Late. The album was produced by John Goodmanson at Longview Farms Studio in rural Western Massachusetts. At this time the band added Vincent D'Amico on piano which heavily influenced the band's sound. Swider left the band in May 2006 and was replaced by bassist Lou Panico.
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The breezy, sweet, laid-back sound on Socratic's Spread the Rumors is a definite change from their previous album, Lunch for the Sky, which was harder and more aggressive. It's a change for the better, as softer seems more suitable for the group, and the change in direction could indicate that the band is in the process of finding its true sound. The question is, is this quieter approach too sedate?
Socratic, or Socratic. org, is an education tech company that offers a mobile app for students. The app uses AI technology to help students with their homework by providing educational resources like videos, definitions, Q&A, and more. Socratic's stated mission is to Make Learning Easier. Socratic was first launched as a web product in 2013 by Chris Pedregal and Shreyans Bhansali, in New York City, United States. They launched their app under the same name in 2016.
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|4||Days I Did Not Belong||4:09|
|5||Money On The Radio||4:00|
|6||Flowers In The Garden||4:19|
|7||Give & Take Two||4:05|
|10||Famous For Nothing||4:06|
|12||Think In Dreams||4:17|
|13||The Truth In Lies||3:05|
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