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Desert - Maelstone - And Then Again... (CDr, Album)

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  1. Mar 26,  · Dutch symphonic metallers EPICA recently entered Sandlane Recording Facilities in Rijen, Netherlands to record their new album. The follow-up to 's "The Holographic Principle" is once again .

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  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Live CD release of Hi Infidelity Then Again Live on Discogs.5/5(2).

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  3. Legends of the Desert: Volume 1 PALEHORSE/PALERIDER & LORD BUFFALO by Palehorse/Palerider & Lord Buffalo, released 21 August 1. IL Tramonto 2. Badlands 3. Lament 4. She Sleeps 5. Noetica I 6. Noetica II 7. Noetica III 8. Noetica IV 9. Noetica V This is the soundtrack to the New Wild West. The focus of the Legends of the Desert is to provide a modern perspective to the antiquated 'Wild.

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  4. Eye by Mescaliner, released 20 November 1. Intro 2. Elyon 3. I am air and you are wind 4. Metropolis 5. Those that flee from the sun 6. All forbidden colours 7. Street chalkers drawing 8. Cloak of roses 9. Outro With Mescaliner’s phenomenal debut, Eye, the band finds a new niche in instrumental post-rock by uniting sounds from various genres in a live, palpable atmosphere.

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  5. The first time on CD since its original Release DANGER MAN went down in history as the last album recorded by the old EPITAPH. Being recorded by the original American tour line-up, the album has a very American edge to it. The old krautrock elements had /5(8).

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  6. Argus 'Then Again' Live buy CD music Description It's a milestone year for Wishbone Ash® as they tear up the highway and cut loose in the studio. In , British twin-lead guitar band Wishbone Ash® celebrates 39 years of rock 'n' roll in true Ash fashion: touring, touring and more touring - in Turkey, Germany, Holland the United States, the.

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  7. Black Aura My Sun by Deserta, released 17 January 1. Save Me 2. Paradiso 3. Monica 4. Hide 5. Be So Blue 6. I'll Be Gone 7. Black Aura.

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  8. May 13,  · It grabs the ear, depending on the mood - it might be the very first listen, then something might be missing, then again you discover how fascinating and full of life it is. The melody and the beat work perfectly practically in every piece, although some could've been a bit shorter ('Together' is a stunning blast but all too repetitive for its.

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