Soft Hearted Scientists - What Ever Happened To The Soft Hearted Scientists mp3 album
Having never learned instruments prior to their formation, the fairly strong folk undertones and broad use of eclectic and acoustic instruments seems a natural part of their evolution. Bio by Bob Moore (aka ClemofNazareth) <<. SOFT HEARTED SCIENTISTS Videos (YouTube and more). Wandermoon You Are the Cosmos 2018.
Listen to music from Soft Hearted Scientists. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Soft Hearted Scientists. Uncanny Tales From The Everyday Undergrowth. 12 tracks · 1 August 2005. What Ever Happened To The Soft Hearted Scientists.
Debut album from Soft Hearted Scientists frontman Nathan Hall's new project. The 2 CD set comprises the main album plus a bonus disc of home demo versions of the album tracks. Plant Your Flag is swirling, colourful pop with orchestrated and spacey bits, its "neutralise the doom and gloom" refrain an apt description of what the song actually does. The Unholy Ghost blends eccentric whimsy with nightmarish angularity. Stained Glass Girl paints a vivid picture of a fantasy world populated by vampire squid and phantom wolves, set to an inventive multi-part arrangement. Your Name in Flames is luxuriously arranged, with theremin and spacey vintage synths lending a dramatic sci-fi film score feel to the piece. This is a superb psych-pop album pairing sumptious arrangements with a lyrical wit. The demo album has a more stripped-down acoustic emphasis, and offers an enjoyable insight into the songs' origins.
The Slow Cyclone - Студийный альбом от Soft Hearted Scientists. Вышел 3 ноября 2014г. В альбом вошло 24 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 55:29. Soft Hearted Scientists. Where Have All the People Gone? 01:46. 4. 5. Gwawrddydd Gwinllan. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. The Ups and the Downs. 12. You There Standing in the Shadows. 13.
The Soft Bulletin is the ninth studio album by American rock band The Flaming Lips, released by Warner Bros. Records on May 17, 1999 in the United Kingdom, and on June 22, 1999 in the United States. The album was released to widespread acclaim, and was hailed by critics as a departure from their previous guitar-heavy alternative rock sound into a more layered, intricately arranged work.
A reissue of the band’s debut album enjoys a 10th anniversary pressing as a double CD including a disc of bonus demos. From the very first track on this album, there’s an ‘uncanny’ sense of time and place. The sense of 60s psychedelia is present in the lyrical content which infuses both the instrumentation but also the song structure and the easy pastoral nature of the delivery but the ‘place’ is just as important because there is a strong cultural essence emanating from this work. It feels and smells ‘English’.
Uncanny Tales from the Everyday Undergrowth. MSI Music Distribution, My Kung Fu.
|1.1||What Ever Happened To You||1:40|
|1.5||The Yongy Bongy Bo||5:07|
|1.6||At Night The Quarry Glows Like A Mothership||6:30|
|1.7||The A470 Song||3:39|
|2.2||The Caterpillar Song||9:45|
|2.3||The Strangest Scene||3:37|
|2.4||The Garden Song||3:25|
|2.5||The Midnight Dance Of The Mexican Vampire||2:46|
|2.6||Road To Rhayader||5:22|
|2.7||The Trees Don't Seem To Know It's September||3:20|
|2.9||Night Of The Hunter||3:42|
|2.10||What Ever Happened To You / The Sleepers In The Hill||5:19|
- Mastered By – Fran Ashcroft
- Sleeve Notes – Nathan Hall
- Sleeve Notes [Everyday Imaginings] – Grahame Bent
NotesThis very limited 2 x CD compilation does not include the "The Take Time To Wonder Sessions EP".
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