The Same People - Horizons mp3 album
- Performer: The Same People
- Title: Horizons
- Genre: World, Country
- Formats: ASF MMF MP4 FLAC AHX AU APE
- Style: Folk
- MP3 album: 1336 mb
- FLAC album: 1761 mb
- Rating: 4.5/5
- Votes: 901
New Horizons is the third full-length studio album by American rock band Flyleaf, released on A&M/Octone Records on October 30, 2012. It was produced by Howard Benson, who has produced several of Flyleaf's previous recordings. It is the final album with lead vocalist Lacey Sturm, who announced her departure from the band, just prior to the album's release, in October 2012.
lbum de estudio de Parkway Drive. 6 de octubre de 2007. Horizons alcanzó el en la Tabla de Álbumes de ARIA el 14 de octubre de 2007 y el en la tabla de Heatseekers Top de .
single/i --- Показать полность. n late 2009, within the city of Mississauga, Ontario, three close friends found themselves envisioning a dream
Horizons is an amazing album and that is rare coming from Australia for mainstream Metalcore. There are awesome breakdowns such as in the song Boneyards. Also there are pretty good guitar solos in the songs Five Months and Idols And Anchors which don’t only aim at speed but quality as well. All of the tracks on Horizons are outstanding in my opinion, and this album will never get old because of the shear variety of music types they play, almost each song has a different tempo and melody to it which is great. Overall Horizons is an excellent album featuring some of Parkway Drives best tracks and I can’t wait for their future stuff to some out. I highly recommend this album to anyone who is in to Metalcore, Deathcore and anyone who is into metal in general. I do not recommend this to anyone who is into Black metal or Brutal Death metal.
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Greatest Show on Earth. After a few months of woodshedding new tunes, they emerged with a fresh sound and material for their debut, Horizons (1970). The extracted single "Real Cool World" is marked by its open-throttle, galloping tempo and some equally pungent electric organ riffs. As such, it was also given a few cursory spins on BBC's Radio One; however, the remainder of the disc was criminally overlooked. To modern ears, this is a great shame, as the effort is full of well-crafted and adeptly executed material.
The album features a stellar array of vocalists including Marissa Nadler, Tim Smith of Midlake, Cameron Neal of Horse Thief, Liela Moss of The Duke Spirit and Ghostpoet). But Lost Horizons have been busy and before the album comes out their first major project - providing the soundtrack to the film Triptych - is just coming to fruition now. The pair were asked to provide soundtrack music to the film directed by BAFTA award winner Kieran Evans - who works with Bella Union on music videos including those for Manic Street Preachers
As anyone who's heard their exuberant first album will tell you, Lemon Jelly are no ordinary chill-out act. Here, the eccentric duo present their second full-length outing, Lost Horizons, and it's every bit as good as their acclaimed debut, Lemonjelly. Inhabiting a world of almost limitless playfulness, Nick Franglen and Fred Deakin make the sort of brassy, beautiful downtempo music that leaves the listener desperately trying to suppress a goofy grin.
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Tracklist Hide Credits
|A1||Father And Son
Written By – C. Stevens
Written By – T. Rush
|A3||Don't It Make My Brown Eyes Blue
Written By – R. Leigh
|A4||Bring It On Home
Written By – S. Cooke
Written By – J. Denver
Written By – D. Henley, G. Frey
|B3||A Simple Song
Written By – P. Stahl
Written By – I. Anderson
|B5||Just A Song Before I Go
Written By – G. Nash
- Recorded At – Helffrich Recording Labs
- Acoustic Guitar, Vocals, Photography By – Phil Stahl
- Bass – "Josh" Reed
- Vocals, Design [Cover] – Denise Stahl