As the titular anagram of Interpol's name suggests, El Pintor refocuses and realigns the fundamentals of the band's music. Where their 2010 self-titled album split the difference between back-to-basics post-punk and lavish experiments, on their fifth album – and first without former bassist Carlos Dengler – Paul Banks, Daniel Kessler, and Sam Fogarino hone things even further.
U.S. narcotics agent Charles Sturgis trails international dope smuggler Frank McNally by following his reluctant accomplice, Gina Broger, through the "pickup alleys" of New York, London, Lisbon, Rome, Naples and Athens. When Gina is finally arrested by Interpol, she helps Sturgis trace McNally and his $3,000,000 consignment back to New York.
Turn On The Bright Lights is now fully remastered in a beautiful deluxe hardbound book with unreleased photos and a second disc of bonus tracks, many unreleased, plus the demos and B-sides and a DVD. Packaging includes super-deluxe hardbound book, with 28 pages of photos, ephemera & liner notes. Also included are 17 bonus tracks, many never before on vinyl, including one previously unreleased song, four previously unreleased demos, eight B-sides and pre-album EP tracks, four peel session tracks (two unreleased) and a DVD with all three music videos and bonus live footage from May 2000 at The Mercury Lounge and September 2002 at the Troubadour.
Interpol is the fourth studio album by the American post-punk revival band Interpol, released on September 7, 2010 on Matador Records. This is japanese edition includes bonus track 'Gavilan'.
”Our Love to Admire” is the third studio album by the American post-punk revival band Interpol, released July 10, 2007 on Capitol Records. Recorded at Electric Lady Studios in Greenwich Village and The Magic Shop Studios in New York City, the album is the group's first to be released on a major label. The album has scored Interpol's best chart positions in their career, debuting inside the top five of the UK & US album charts, reaching number-three on the European Albums Chart.