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Paul McCartney - Egypt Station album download

Paul McCartney - Egypt Station album download

Performer: Paul McCartney
Title: Egypt Station
Style: Pop Rock
Released: 2018
Country: Europe
Size MP3 version: 1258 mb
Size FLAC version: 1723 mb
Size WMA version: 1182 mb
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 696
Genre: Rock

Paul McCartney - Egypt Station album download

1970 8 мая 1970 года в Англии вышел последний битловский студийный альбом, Let It Be.

2001 11 сентября 2001 года, находясь в аэропорту имени Кеннеди, стал свидетелем террористической атаки на Всемирный торговый центр.

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Egypt Station is the 17th solo studio album by Paul McCartney. Egypt Station was produced by Greg Kurstin and co-produced by McCartney, with the exception of one track produced by Ryan Tedder. The album is McCartney's first studio release since 2013's New. The album's first (double A-side) single, consisting of the two songs "I Don't Know" and "Come On to Me", was released on 20 June 2018.

Paul McCartney - Egypt Station (2018).

Egypt Station was produced by Greg Kurstin, with the exception of one track produced by Ryan Tedder. The album’s first (double A-side) single, consisting of the two songs I Don’t Know and Come On to Me , was released on 20 June 2018. Egypt Station was recorded in studios in Los Angeles, London, and Sussex. McCartney began working with producer Greg Kurstin some time after the release of his 2013 album New, and mentioned their working together several times leading up to 20 June 2018 announcement of Egypt Station ‘s release. McCartney also recorded three songs with Ryan Tedder.

Egypt Station' starts off at the station on the first song and then each song is like a different station. So it gave us some idea to base all the songs around that. I think of it as a dream location that the music emanates from. True to the inspiration behind its title, Egypt Station’s 14 songs combine to convey a unique travelogue vibe. Between the opening and closing instrumentals 'Station I' and 'Station II', each song finds Paul capturing a place or moment before transporting the listener seamlessly to the next destination

McCartney’s Eighth No. 1 Album: Egypt Station gives McCartney his eighth No. 1 on the Billboard 200. He last led the list for three consecutive weeks in 1982 with Tug of War (on the May 29 through June 12-dated charts). Of course, McCartney is also a member of The Beatles, and they still own the record for the most No. 1s on the Billboard 200 with 19 chart-toppers

Apart from "Fuh You" - a vulgar throwaway novelty recorded with Ryan Tedder - Egypt Station is a handsome and clever collection where McCartney hits many familiar marks but the difference is, he gets there in a different fashion than before

Sharing a title with one of Paul’s own paintings, Egypt Station is the first full album of all-new McCartney music since 2013’s international chart-topping NEW. Preceded by two of its tracks just released as double A-sides-plaintive ballad I Don’t Know and raucous stomper Come On To Me -Egypt Station was recorded between Los Angeles, London and Sussex, and produced (with the exception of one Ryan Tedder track) by Greg Kurstin (Adele, Beck, Foo Fighters).


1 Opening Station 0:42
2 I Don't Know 4:27
3 Come On To Me 4:11
4 Happy With You 3:34
5 Who Cares 3:13
6 Fuh You 3:24
7 Confidante 3:05
8 People Want Peace 2:59
9 Hand In Hand 2:35
10 Dominoes 5:02
11 Back In Brazil 3:21
12 Do It Now 3:17
13 Caesar Rock 3:29
14 Despite Repeated Warnings 6:58
15 Station II 0:47
16 Hunt You Down / Naked / C-Link 6:23

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – MPL Communications Inc.
  • Copyright (c) – MPL Communications Inc.
  • Licensed To – UMG Recordings, Inc.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – MPL Communications Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – MPL Communications Ltd.
  • Pressed By – Sony DADC
  • Record Company – Universal International Music B.V.


Packaged in a fold-out sleeve, held together by a red elastic band. The CD is held in a red paper sleeve within the package.

Sticker on shrink wrap reads:
Limited Edition Concertina CD

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 602557696509
  • Label Code: LC 00148
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1): Sony DADC 00602557696509 A0103069494-0101 17 A00
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI 943P
  • Mastering SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI L557
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2): Sony DADC 00602557696509 A0103069495-0101 31 A00
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI 94U7
  • Mastering SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI L551
  • Rights Society: BIEM / SDRM

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
00602567545033 Paul McCartney Egypt Station ‎(2xLP, Album, 140) Capitol Records, MPL 00602567545033 Europe 2018
00602577501470 Paul McCartney Egypt Station (Explorer’s Edition) ‎(2xCD, Album) MPL , Capitol Records 00602577501470 Europe 2019
B002878701 Paul McCartney Egypt Station ‎(2xLP, Album, Ltd, Gre) Capitol Records, MPL B002878701 US 2018
sl 18385 Paul McCartney Egypt Station ‎(CDr, Album, Unofficial) Star Line sl 18385 Russia 2018
00602577501487 Paul McCartney Egypt Station (Explorer's Edition) ‎(2xLP, Mag + LP, Pur + Ltd) Capitol Records, MPL 00602577501487 Europe 2019

target edition?, I know that edition is 18 tracks, 2 bonus tracks
This listing is still a stub. There is also a third colored vinyl version. Besides green LPs by Spotify there is this red double as Barnes & Noble exclusive in the US. However bn.com has stopped shipping to EU member country addresses in Europe.
So no listing yet for the Deluxe coloured edition? Anybody get one?
The HMV Exclusive CD with 2 Extra Tracks is listed here! https://www.discogs.com/Paul-McCartney-Egypt-Station/release/12490444
I’ve been feeling rather ambivalent about Paul McCartney ever since he and his infamous bandmates parted company. That’s not to say that he’s not tried, it’s just that he seems to have been trying to be anyone other than Paul McCartney with his overindulgent vegetarian ideals, this superfluous duets with the likes of Micheal Jackson and a whole host of other issues that have essentially clouded his way, making him come off as irrelevant and distracted.Without a doubt Egypt Station has been structured as some sort of latter day Sgt. Pepper, filled with tracks that flow into others, instrumentations that ebb and blend, dominated by vocals that come off with strength and worthy resolve, often as if he’s finally managed to cosmically connect with John Lennon, especially on the track “Come On To Me.” On other numbers, namely “Happy With You,” he sings like a young man filled with the haunted memories of an old man looking back on his life, having come to terms with who he was, who he is, and delightfully embracing all that has gone into making him Paul McCartney. Each song turns a corner you don’t see coming, especially when the track “Who Cares” rolls from your speakers, a blues laden number filled with swagger and nuance, a song that will have you punching the sky, singing right along.On the whole, the album’s very enigmatic, emotionally targeted, filled with disarming manifestations of playfulness that are altogether direct in their nature, feeling very emancipated. I’m not gonna claim that all of this material is first rate, consider “People Want Peace,” sparking me to wonder who he’s singing to, yet even that which isn’t first rate comes across as being unmistakably Paul McCartney. If there’s one thing that stands out, it’s Paul’s songwriting, just listen to “Confidante,” an unabashed nod to the Judy Collins’ song “Both Sides Now” from a bygone era, woven with psychedelic imagery.Of course [laughing] the real surprise for me was hearing “Back To Brazil,” leaving me feeling that he’d finally discovered Donald Fagen, though Paul pulls it all off without slipping into the dark waters that so deeply nurture Donald.These were my thoughts as I listened to the record, flush with anticipation and the expectations that Paul would deliver something, anything as good as even one single Beatle album, but truth be told, he doesn’t. All and all, there are five songs that are worthy keepers, songs that I’ll add to my collection of other great numbers from the twenty-five albums he’s released since leaving The Beatles, albums that have entirely let me down, showing me more than ever that Lennon & McCartney were but a single soul that could not live without the other. So yes, here as on other albums there are a handful of songs that I’ll keep, but for the most part, I’ll never play this album again in its entirety.*** The Fun Facts: The album title Egypt Station is shared by one of McCartney’s paintings created in 1988, and goes into making up the visual aspects of the album art. Paul explains, “Why I called it Egypt Station was because it looked like a station, like train lines at the bottom, and underneath that, the edge of the platform.” Review by Jenell Kesler
beds0744 so you have your own little section here to critique, that's nice, its a free country. so, how many times to did you listen to the new mccartney before you came to the conclusion that its not worth listening to from beginning to end like we did back when AOR was the the thing. do you know what i mean? do know what AOR is? Woooo ... have I been taken to the woodshed and spanked or what, gosh, I do feel ashamed, hands thrust deeply into my pockets kicking at stones with the tips of my boots wondering how I can impress upon you my innate love of music, that opinions are subjective and if you don't like what I have to say, then string together your own words. Matter of fact, I think that I said as much in my review, even noted the better tacks. It's a big world, you're free to like or dislike any album for any reason, or love it for the same, though truth be told, no McCartney album has ever measured up to any Beatle album. As to AOR, the term came into being during the mid 60's as a sly way for the fledgling progressive FM radio to claim they were superior to those AM stations that still played 45rpms. Though with that in mind, more often than not, those stations pretty much played the same one or two tracks from those albums, meaning they might have just as well been playing singles.See, music defines people's lives and for me to suggest something others like is not to my taste, that in-effect is to criticize them personally. And important life lesson is not to attach too much weight to criticism, like what you like, express your own opinion without attacking me for expressing mine.
Fairly certain the ability to post a review, a completely subjective opinion, is not limited to any particular country on Discogs.
so you have your own little section here to critique, that's nice, its a free country. so, how many times to did you listen to the new mccartney before you came to the conclusion that its not worth listening to from beginning to end like we did back when AOR was the the thing. do you know what i mean? do know what AOR is?