Imaginary War - Imaginary War mp3 album
- Performer: Imaginary War
- Title: Imaginary War
- Genre: Rock
- Formats: ASF MP1 DXD MMF APE ADX XM
- Released: 2011
- Style: Alternative Rock
- MP3 album: 1497 mb
- FLAC album: 1880 mb
- Rating: 4.3/5
- Votes: 735
Imaginary War Lyrics.
Imaginary Enemy is the sixth studio album by American rock band The Used. It is the first album released on, and the second label the band created and own, GAS Union. Imaginary Enemy is the final album to feature guitarist Quinn Allman before he parted from the band in November 2015. The album was produced by John Feldmann, who also produced all of the band's studio albums with the exception of Artwork.
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Imaginary Enemy is slightly flawed, but still a great addition to The Used catalog. We could have done without the beat-box-like keyboards used in the songs Imaginary Enemy and Kenna Song, and it would have been great to pump some more aggressive energy into the life of this album (take A Song To Stifle Imperial Progression for example), but Imaginary Enemy is still full of memorable sections worth playing again and again. It may not be up on the level of the band’s first two records, but it probably falls neck and neck with the current spot 4, held by Vulnerable.
Jawbreaker – Imaginary War Lyrics. from album: Unfun (1990). Underwater screams, He's so far gone. Drowned out by the unseen powers in unseen ways. Realize you can't fight a war without a weapon. Ran off to war but you couldn't find the battlesite. Seems you missed the fight. Causes, clauses clog your mind with their spite. Like the preacherman who lectures hard on supersin, He's soon found out in bed.
Imaginary Enemy will be the follow-up to 2012’s Vulnerable
Three Imaginary Boys. Released: 08 May 1979. Producer: Chris Parry. Recorded At: Morgan Studios, London, UK. Original. 16. Boys Don't Cry. 2:37. 17. Jumping Someone Else's Train. I wrote "10:15 Saturday Night" and "Killing an Arab" when I was about sixteen, and we recorded the album when I was eighteen, so I wasn't really still convinced by some of the songs.
|1||Days Turn Brighter|
|2||The Great Deal|
|3||Feed Me With Lies|