Bastlers - Sondre Side mp3 album
- Performer: Bastlers
- Title: Sondre Side
- Genre: Electronic
- Formats: VOC MP1 AA ASF MMF AUD AAC
- Released: 1999
- Style: Techno, Minimal
- MP3 album: 1607 mb
- FLAC album: 1886 mb
- Rating: 4.9/5
- Votes: 300
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Real Name: Alexander Filtsch, Rich Redfoot, Søren Kröger.
Sondre Lerche is the self-titled sixth album by Norwegian singer-songwriter Sondre Lerche.
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Sondre Lerche - Side Two. Artist: Sondre Lerche. Faces Down: Best 2 songs. Sondre Lerche - All Luck Ran Out 04:25.
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Sondre Lerche Vaular (born 5 September 1982) is a Norwegian singer-songwriter and guitarist. His professional career began in 2000 and over the course of the following years, Lerche and his band, the Faces Down, became beloved critical and commercial successes in their homeland. Later, Lerche would attract international praise and recognition, becoming one of the most internationally renowned and popular Norwegian artists.
Pleasure arrives as Sondre Lerche ’s eighth studio album-ninth, should we include his soundtrack for the otherwise forgotten rom-com Dan In Real Life, which today seems an appropriately off-kilter retrospective of the tones and textures dominating his career’s first half. Since 2001 debut Faces Down cast the then-teenaged Scandinavian singer-songwriter as a winsome prodigy, he’s both charmed and irritated a critical press left wondering whether such a preternatural talent for popcraft would always feel somewhat squandered via genre wanderlust or willful eccentricities. Dalliances with jazz quartets and tropicalia are the playthings of either aging icons or acclaimed, successful, content (and rightly so) wunderkinds.