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The War On Drugs - A Deeper Understanding MP3

Performer: The War On Drugs
Title: A Deeper Understanding
Country: US
Catalog Number: 561934-2
Label: Atlantic
Released: 25 Aug 2017
Style: Indie Rock
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 357


1Holding On
Bass, Glockenspiel – Dave HartleyDrums, Percussion – Patrick BerkeryElectric Guitar [Rhythm] – Michael BlochMusic By – BennettPiano, Celesta [Celeste] – Robbie BennettSlide Guitar – Anthony LaMarca, Meg DuffySynthesizer [Prophet 6], Synthesizer [Oberheim Expander] – Max HartVocals, Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Synthesizer – Adam Granduciel
2Knocked Down
Acoustic Guitar – Carter TantonBass [Fretless] – Dave HartleyDrums – Anthony LaMarcaVocals, Piano [Wurlitzer], Piano, Mellotron, Vibraphone [Vibes], Synthesizer [PolyKorg], Electric Guitar – Adam Granduciel
3Nothing To Find
Bass – Dave HartleyDrums, Percussion – Sterling LawsElectric Guitar – Michael BlochVocals, Harmonica, Electric Guitar [Lead], Acoustic Guitar, Organ [Hammond], Synthesizer, Drums – Adam Granduciel
4Strangest Thing
Bass, Acoustic Guitar, Backing Vocals – Dave HartleyDrums, Percussion – Darren JesseElectric Guitar, Backing Vocals – Anthony LaMarca, Charlie Hall Piano, Backing Vocals – Robbie BennettVocals, Electric Guitar [Lead], Acoustic Guitar, Piano [Wurlitzer], Synthesizer [Prophet 5], Synthesizer [ARP Solina], Synthesizer [Korg Trident], Piano, Bass, Harmonica, Percussion – Adam Granduciel
5Clean Living
Baritone Saxophone – Jon NatchezBass [Hofner] – Dave HartleyDrums, Percussion – Patrick BerkeryElectric Guitar – Anthony LaMarca, Michael BlochPercussion – Parker KindredPiano [Rhodes], Celesta [Celeste], Organ [Hammond] – Robbie BennettSlide Guitar – Meg DuffyVocals, Piano, Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Synthesizer [Prophet 5], Synthesizer [Juno 60], Organ [Vox], Synthesizer [ARP Solina], Harmonica – Adam Granduciel
6Up All Night
Baritone Saxophone – Jon NatchezBass – Dave HartleyDrums, Percussion – Charlie Hall Synthesizer [ARP Odyssey] – Michael Johnson Synthesizer [Prophet 12] – Robbie BennettVocals, Electric Guitar, Drum Machine [Linn Drum], Mellotron, Synthesizer [Yamaha CS-5], Piano, Organ [Hammond], Piano [Wurlitzer], Sampler – Adam Granduciel
7Thinking Of A Place
Acoustic Guitar – Anthony LaMarcaBacking Vocals – Louise Hayat, Paloma GilBass [Fretless] – Dave HartleyDrums, Percussion – Charlie Hall Electric Guitar [Rhythm] – Michael BlochPedal Steel Guitar – Max HartSynthesizer [Prophet 12] – Robbie BennettVocals, Harmonica, Electric Guitar [Lead], Acoustic Guitar, Synthesizer [Juno 60], Synthesizer [Juno 106], Piano [Wurlitzer], Piano, Organ [Vox Jaguar], Vibraphone [Vibes], Celesta [Celeste] – Adam Granduciel
8You Don't Have To Go
Backing Vocals – Louise Hayat, Paloma GilBaritone Saxophone – Jon NatchezBass [Fretless] – Dave HartleyDrums, Percussion – Otto HauserElectric Guitar – Josh KauffmanPercussion – Charlie Hall Piano, Organ [Baldwin] – Robbie BennettSynthesizer [ARP Odyssey] – Michael Johnson Vocals, Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Piano [Wurlitzer], Synthesizer [Prophet 5], Harmonica – Adam Granduciel
Backing Vocals – Holly Laessig, Jess WolfeBaritone Saxophone – Jon NatchezBass – Dave HartleyDrums, Percussion – Charlie Hall Electric Guitar – Anthony LaMarcaPiano – Robbie BennettVocals, Electric Guitar [Lead], Acoustic Guitar, Guitar [Nashville], Vibraphone [Vibes], Synthesizer [Juno 106], Organ [E70], Piano, Celesta [Celeste] – Adam Granduciel
10In Chains
Baritone Saxophone – Jon NatchezBass – Dave HartleyDrums, Vibraphone [Vibes] – Charlie Hall Electric Guitar – Anthony LaMarcaElectric Guitar, Voice [Amplified] – Josh KauffmanPercussion – Patrick BerkeryPiano – Robbie BennettVocals, Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Synthesizer [Juno 60], Synthesizer [ARP Solina], Piano, Organ, Loops [Tape], Drums, Percussion, Harmonica – Adam Granduciel


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
561934-1The War On Drugs A Deeper Understanding ‎(2xLP, Album)Atlantic561934-1USA & Canada2017
561934-1The War On Drugs A Deeper Understanding ‎(2xLP, Album, Club, Ltd, Num, Yel)Atlantic561934-1US2017
7567866063The War On Drugs A Deeper Understanding ‎(CD, Album, Dig)Atlantic7567866063Australia2017
561934-1The War On Drugs A Deeper Understanding ‎(2xLP, Album, Ltd, Cok)Atlantic561934-1USA & Canada2017
7567-86606-2, 561934-1The War On Drugs A Deeper Understanding ‎(2xLP, Album, Ltd, Cok)Atlantic, Atlantic7567-86606-2, 561934-1UK & Europe2017
CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
561934-1The War On Drugs A Deeper Understanding ‎(2xLP, Album)Atlantic561934-1USA & Canada2017
561934-1The War On Drugs A Deeper Understanding ‎(2xLP, Album, Club, Ltd, Num, Yel)Atlantic561934-1US2017
7567866063The War On Drugs A Deeper Understanding ‎(CD, Album, Dig)Atlantic7567866063Australia2017
561934-1The War On Drugs A Deeper Understanding ‎(2xLP, Album, Ltd, Cok)Atlantic561934-1USA & Canada2017
561934-2The War On Drugs A Deeper Understanding ‎(CD, Album)Atlantic561934-2US2017


  • A&RSteve Ralbovsky
  • Art Direction, DesignRob Carmichael
  • Engineer [Assistant]Austin Asvanonda, Carter Jahn, Clay Blair, David Davis , Garret De Block, Gosha Usov, Ivan Wayman, Jon Ashley, Omar Yakar, Tyler Shields , Wesley Seidman, Will Delaney
  • ManagementAmi Kay Spishock
  • Management [Assisted By]Carolyne Klein
  • Mastered ByGreg Calbi
  • Photography ByDusdin Condren
  • Photography By [Center Booklet]Shawn Brackbill
  • Producer, Recorded By, Words By, Music By, Art DirectionAdam Granduciel
  • Recorded By [Additional]Daniel Schlett, Jeff Zeigler, Nick Krill, Nicolas Vernhes
  • Recorded By [Additional], Engineer [Assistant]Gabe Wax
  • Recorded By, Mixed ByShawn Everett
  • A&RSteve Ralbovsky
  • Art DirectionAdam Granduciel, Rob Carmichael
  • DesignRob Carmichael
  • Mastered ByGreg Calbi
  • Mixed ByShawn Everett
  • Music ByAdam Granduciel
  • Photography ByDusdin Condren (tracks: All except center booklet photo), Shawn Brackbill (tracks: Center booklet photo)
  • ProducerAdam Granduciel
  • Recorded ByAdam Granduciel, Shawn Everett
  • VocalsAdam Granduciel
  • Written-ByAdam Granduciel


Digipak with 16-page booklet.A Deeper Understanding Limited Edition Deluxe Vinyl Box Set includes;
A Deeper Understanding vinyl pressed on 2 12" coke-bottle-green color vinyl.
One 7" coke-bottle-green color vinyl featuring Side A: Holding On and Side B: Nothing to Find.
RSD ’17 release Thinking of A Place pressed on 12" standard black vinyl.
Custom made case (measuring approximately 12"x12").
Exclusive 16-page photo and lyric booklet (approx. 12"x12")
Double-sided 12” x 24” poster
A Deeper Understanding CD

Available for purchase only at the official webstore.

Vinyl album track times taken from back cover of the Box Set.
12" EP track times taken from back cover.

℗ & © 2017 Atlantic Recording Corporation for the United States and WEA International Inc.
for the world outside of the United States. All Rights Reserved. 562533-1


  • Barcode (Scanned): 075678660634
  • Barcode (Printed): 0 75678 66063 4
  • Matrix / Runout: 3 561934-2 TEXT AG02
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LT40
  • Rights Society: ASCAP
  • Rights Society: BMI
  • Barcode (Box Set): 0 75678 66032 0
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): ST-561934 A-1 RKS STERLING
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): ST-561934 B-1 RKS STERLING
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C): ST-561934 C-L RE1 MPO ୧Ɛ RKS STERLING
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D): ST-561934-D-1 RKS STERLING hpo` NƐ
  • Matrix / Runout (Side E): I WILL RESIST WHAT I CANNOT CHANGE RKS STERLING ST-559457A-1 18951 1A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side F): I'M GONNA FIND WHAT CAN'T BE FOUND RKS STERLING 18951 1B ST-559457B-1
  • Barcode (EP): 0 75678 66212 6
  • Matrix / Runout (Side G): 160599O1/C
  • Matrix / Runout (Side H): 160599O2/A
  • Matrix / Runout (CD): 3 561934-2 TEXT AG01
  • Mould SID Code (CD): IFPILT40


  • Distributed By – Warner Music Group
  • Record Company – Atlantic Recording Corporation
  • Pressed By – GZ Media – 160599O
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Atlantic Recording Corporation
  • Copyright (c) – Atlantic Recording Corporation
  • Recorded At – Sonora Recorders
  • Recorded At – Boulevard Recording Studios
  • Recorded At – Eastwest Studios
  • Recorded At – United Recorders
  • Recorded At – Shawn's Truckstop Studio
  • Recorded At – Electric Lady Studios
  • Recorded At – Thump Recording Studio
  • Recorded At – Rare Book Room
  • Recorded At – Strange Weather Studios
  • Recorded At – Future-Past Studios
  • Recorded At – Kawari Sound
  • Recorded At – Uniform Recording
  • Recorded At – Vox Recording Studios
  • Mastered At – Sterling Sound
  • Designed At – SEEN
  • Published By – Sea Formation Music
  • Published By – Son Of Saw Publishing



инди-группа The War on Drugs выиграла премию, за этот диск, в категории ''Лучший рок альбом''. Listen album. A Deeper Understanding received acclaim from music critics. where he rediscovered the music of local legend Warren Zevon. That beingReally spacey album by the War on Drugs. Released August 25, 2017. A Deeper Understanding Tracklist. A Deeper Understanding is the fourth studio album from The War on Drugs. The War On Drugs. In late 2015, Granduciel moved from Philly to L. На юбилейной 60-й ежегодной церемоний вручении наград Грэмми г. To favorites 10 Download album. It was released on August 25, 2017, through Atlantic Records. инди-группа The War on Drugs выиграла премию, за этот диск, в категории ''Лучший рок альбом''. Throughout A Deeper Understanding, The War On Drugs develop their strengths, taking what they do best and airing it out. Thinking Of A Place. Philadelphia has always been known for lush music from the richly orchestrated proto-disco Philly Sound to the kaleidoscopic psych scene that spawned the War on Drugs. On A Deeper Understanding, his first album for Atlantic, the synths get an extra twinkle, the bass-led builds get another octave of rumble, and some songs have a dozen instruments on them where they once might have had seven or eight. For as much as Granduciel says in words, its his music that speaks loudest, from the synth-strobing heartland rock of Holding On and Nothing to Find to ballads like Clean Living and Knocked Down, whose spaces are as expansive as any sound. The War on Drugs' fourth album is 'A Deeper Understanding. A master class in widening scope, the record finds the band unafraid to push their sound in a way that feels bigger than what any of their contemporaries are doing. Up All Night. Steadily widening the canvas since co-founder Kurt Viles departure, leader Adam Granduciel achieves full-on sonic rapture with his bands latest LP, an abstract-expressionist mural of synth-pop and heartland rock colored by bruised optimism and some of his most generous, incandescent guitar ever. 0 out of 10. A Deeper Understanding is the fourth studio album by American indie rock band The War on Drugs. It was released on Aug. That album's notoriously meticulous blend of heartland rock influences, Bob Dylan, and a swirling dream rock constructed of Wurlitzers, tape effects, analog synths, and 12-string guitar, just to name a few components, is, if anything, even more expansive here. Marrying the weathered hope of Dylan, Springsteen, and Petty with a studio rats sense of detail, A Deeper Understanding feels like an album designed to get lost in, where lush textures meet plainspoken questions about life, loss, and hope, and where songs stretch out as though they're chasing answers. Listen free to The War on Drugs A Deeper Understanding Up All Night, Pain and more. A Deeper Understanding Q&A. On long drives to the studio, Granduciel constantly played 1978s Accidentally Like a Martyr, a diary of post-relationship loneliness. The album was mixed by engineer Shawn Everett. The band may not ever be gigantic, as 11-minute singles arent that marketable, but theyve made a record that sounds huge. Really spacey album by the War on Drugs. Alternative 2017. The War on Drugs. If you like Lost in the Dream, this is much more of the same and you'll probably enjoy it. Which is hardly to say the War on Drugs have become a bo. If you like Lost in the Dream, this is much more of the same and you'll probably enjoy it. A Deeper Understanding. The War On Drugs - Holding On. The War On Drugs - Pain. The album won the Grammy Award for Best Rock Album at the 2017 Grammys held on Jan. The album won Best Rock Album at the 60th Annual Grammy Awards. The War On Drugs - A Deeper Understanding 2017. Instead of trying to recreate the heightened catharsis of Lost In The Dream, A Deeper Understanding suggests a viable path forward from that turning point, a journey blown out to widescreen. A Deeper Understanding is his most layered and meticulous album, a twilight world in which to lose yourself. Your Score. Up All Night Lyrics. Songs in album The War On Drugs - A Deeper Understanding 2017. The War on Drugs' debut for Atlantic Records, A Deeper Understanding, is very much a follow-up to the group's critically acclaimed Top 30 breakthrough Lost in the Dream from three years prior. The War On Drugs - Up All Night. The War on Drugs new album, A Deeper Understanding, is being hailed as one of the best rock LPs of the year. Marrying the weathered hope of Dylan, Springsteen, and Petty with a studio rats sense of detail, A Deeper Understanding feels like an album designed to get lost in, where lush textures meet plainspoken questions about life, loss, and hope, and where songs stretch out as though they're chasing answers. Its a surprise hit for the band, which spent years as indie-rock heroes before signing with Atlantic in 2015. Synthpop Indie Rock Psychedelic Rock. 10 tracks 66:18. WMG от лица компании Atlantic Records Abramus Digital, Audiam Publishing, LatinAutor, IMPEL, ASCAP и другие авторские общества 21. True to the projects nature, the War on Drugs albums arent reinventions, theyre more like a new model in an established line-a Mark IV that adds a few features and continually refines the engineering. Warren Zevon. That being said it is a slower burn and some songs can get pretty loud and hectic with the guitar at points, more so than any of their previous albums

Reviews (31)
Stunning quality, and the Coke Bottle Green is a fun collector's edition! Beautiful set and the sound is top-notch. The 7" "Nothing to Find" seems to be a slightly different mix; the lead guitar feels lighter and pops a bit more. Does anyone know if it is a separate mix?Worth every penny to any fan of the band or any collector.

Is it worth noting that the Thinking of a Place 12" included has the European catalog number on the label vs. the US? At least mine does.

No.1 on my top 10 albums of 2017Disclaimer: Lost in the dream was no.1 in 2014

Totally agree. Best new music ive heard for a long time.

Meant to post this a while back and forgot, but there was definitely some variation between early copies of this box and later ones. My first copy arrived with no CD, and instead of just sending me a CD they sent me a whole other box. In my initial copy, the LPs came in paper "inners", without the retail jacket, and everything except the jacket for the RSD 12" was printed on a soft, matte paper. The second copy had the LPs inside the standard retail jacket, with everything (posters, jackets, inners, all of it) printed on a more standard glossy paper. Comparing everything between the two boxes for quality variations, I found that the two LPs in the second box were both noisier and had small edge warps.My initial copy was ordered the day the preorders went live, while my replacement came after the restock online. My guess is the restock was a separate pressing. Wish I had checked the runout grooves to see if everything was pressed at the same place, but I didn't. All just my observations.

Similar thing happened to me. My first box came without the second LP from the album. A month later they sent me a whole new box set. Same thing for me (first copy matte paper and second copy was glossy paper).

Now in stock again at Warner EU Store too. Got mine today, ordered 3 days ago. 59,99€ plus 5,49€ Shipping. A very beautiful box, a real collectors edition!

unfortunately shipping costs to Greece are 23 euros. what a shame!

REMARK :This box is for the moment still available via Warner Music Webstore (limited) but shipping to Europe is more expensive than10 dollars. A friend of mine (living here in Belgium) has ordered the box and he has paid 49,99 USD + 30,91 eurosCustom Taxes + A Custom Administration Fee for handling the transaction. This is US import.And these Custom Taxes are for each EU country I assume.So forget about the 40 bucks and 10 dollars !!!Wim

Quite true! Sent via ups to germany: total costs still different to Belgium: 63euro in total! Do not pay 31 euros for taxes and brokerage fee! You should pay: 19% tax fee plus around 12 euro.

Same here. They ask me to pay more than 100 euros for import taxes and services for greece. I'm returning the order unfortunately

Just a wonderful record from start to finish! Moody and expansive, yet intimate. TWoD have produced something truly special here, building on their excellent early work with a major label debut album that will rightly introduce them to the music world at large. This record will transport them from being idie-famous, to the mainstream and not before time! The quality of this boxset is reflective of the subject matter. The records sound as good as they look and it appears time has been taken to ensure a memorable listening experience with near perfect SQ and dynamics.

It is available again (ordering) via Warner Music Webstore but the quantity is limited. Not available in regular RecordStores (little or big).

Tomorrow's Classic Rock Today ...With summer winding down there’s nothing like something exceptional to move you into the fall, and carry a bit of that August warmth through the winter … hence the fourth album from War On Drugs A Deeper Understanding, which is a forward looking intoxicating step into the future with just enough of those elegant sonically laden guitar chords you’ve come to know and love to hold your attention as you once again get lost in the dreams of Adam Granduciel and his merry band of top notch pranksters. Adam has managed to do something that few others have been able to master, and that’s to patiently draw you in, in much the same manner as Bruce Springsteen, Bob Dylan, and Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, where he unwinds with enchanting honest lyrics laced with arrangements washed with heavy reverb, electric piano, and a sense of drumming that far too many have overlooked to this point, though Charlie Hall seems destined to go down as one of the greats. What’s made this album and the last so precious, is that the band has spent nearly ten years perfecting their sound, moving players and sounds in and out until the formula was perfectly polished, destined to make you weak in the knees and stumble as these songs reach out to wrap themselves around your heart again, while touching your soul with a wasted effortless blanket of melancholy designed to cradle and nurture the essence of your very being.Adam and his music have always been rather personal, rather hazy and self reflective … though for fans, each delivery seems to bring the man more into focus, yet I’m more than sure that he will never completely step out of the shadows, as his introspection encompasses the nature of his being, and it’s that longing to understand the keeps listeners coming back, not so much for defined definition, but for another look at his captivating grainy black & white photographs pined to a gallery wall, without the need for framed presentation, because the pictures his songs present are purposeful enough to stand on their own without the need for enhancement or even explanation.Yes, many of the songs are extensively long, yet sound crisp and streamlined in their complexity with meditative vocals that bounce against a relentless bass-line along with slide guitar work that weave their way into stoner heaven, where the band soars spirals and bursts like the silent ecstasy and momentary afterglow of a shooting star streaking across the velvet sky, causing you actually wonder if you’ve seen it, or if it’s all some sort of hazy memory echoing in your mind.There’s a foggy magic found here on A Deeper Understanding, one that comes into our musical lives far too seldom, one that’s nearly liberating and transformative, existing nearly as a memory, where the intricacy of the music allows it to sound like classic rock that’s been recently discovered, where the band manages to be nearly singularly holding the touch, defining what great music with strength is all about. As with Lost In The Dream, A Deeper Understanding is a moment in time where a new fingerprint on the musical landscape has been placed, so you can either get on board now, or discover it all later, wishing that you’d been there then.I suppose if I had one thing to say about the band War On Drugs, it’s that they forever seem to be starting over, where all that exists for them is this perfect moment in time.*** The Fun Facts: Regarding the band's name, Granduciel noted, “My friend Julian and I came up with the name a few years ago over a couple bottles of red wine and a few typewriters when we were living in Oakland. We were writing a lot back then, working on a dictionary, and it just came out and we were like Hey, good band name so eventually when I moved to Philadelphia and got a band together I used it. It was either that or The Rigatoni Danzas. I think we made the right choice. I always felt though that it was the kind of name I could record all sorts of different music under without any sort of predictability inherent in the name.”Again the album is available on heavy coke bottle green vinyl, and I assure you, the attention to detail is evident in the sound quality.Review by Jenell Kesler

Always love reading your reviews, absolutely spot on once again!

Best album of the year so far, amazing from beginning to end!!

Der Bat
what-a-great-box ! beautiful in all the ways ... worth every penny

Despite the complaints here, I have to say my box set is just perfect. It sounds very good and quiet, the vinyl looks absolutely beautiful (possibly my favourite coloured vinyl ever) and the box itself is well made. I really like the non-glossy sleeves. All in all a wonderful release and totally worth the money, especially after having the standard release in my hands.

Mine also has noticeable cracking with each revolution. I preordered from Warner Music Store. Has anyone else had any luck with contacting them?

Yellow Judge
I contacted them about my box missing the CD and got a response fairly quickly that they were just mailing another out to me. Pretty solid. I'm not sure if you're effectively dealing with totally different people when dealing with merch from different bands, but I had to deal with Warner Music Group on replacing my defective copy of the new Gorillaz deluxe set and that was kind of a nightmare. In that instance they were really slow to respond and made things kind of complicated on my end.

My Coke BTL copy side A and B both have an identical pair of parallel scratch marks that run from the outer edge of the record all the way to the center on both sides. You can hear it the whole time but it doesnt skip. Horrible. I have emailed the company and still havent received a response.

'thinking of a place' has like 3 horrible scratches that totally kills my boner during that song. no word form company either....

Mine too. Unbelievable. I've contacted them as well and haven't heard back.

Just picked up the coke bottle pressing today..Sounds good to me! Does anyone know how to find out how many of the coke bottle clears were pressed?

Packaging and artwork is great. Mine came with a CD. However, vinyl pressing leaves a lot to be desired. Both sides of each LP has a noticeable loud crack each time the record completes a full rotation. Unacceptable for a masterful album.

That's unacceptable. . . . . . . . .

Huge scratches running perpendicular to the grooves on both sides of each coke bottle clear record. Support has not replied.

I received my copy today and it is a double coke CLEAR vinyl version. Are there some more coke colour versions?

Coke bottle is green clear. By coke version you mean white?

The packaging on this one is pretty awesome. Everything feels well made, well printed on a kind of matte card stock and paper. The artwork between the liner notes and lyrics, the sleeves for all discs, the poster, and the covers all flow and fit together well. Really what I'm looking for in a box set. And it's a lot of stuff considering the $40 retail price. The coke bottle wax looks cool (and I love the look of the old school Atlantic labels here), though on my copy they sound a tad bit noisy. Very little that is loud enough to hear with the music or that affects the listening experience, but there is a noticeable noise floor on all the dead wax of both LPs and the 7". Haven't actually gotten around to the RSD 12" yet, but I considered that a bit of a novelty from the beginning, so I'm not jumping out of my seat to test it. Overall, a solid package, well worth the original retail cost.

Great box set. I'm a bit disappointed that the album itself isn't in the normal sleeve too but that's ok.

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