The Blistering Sun, the Pale Moon, Hahahaha

by Knots

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Dying For Bad Music
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Dying For Bad Music Downloaded it from some random blog in 2009, bought the cd later over myspace and then felt a need to buy it here again. I guess I really like this album :) Favorite track: Woodsmoke.
wonderdog
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wonderdog Gives the same feeling as albums by His Name Is Alive: on listening, one is thinking "where the heck is this going?", but it all fits together well.
I like it a lot.
Colin Nielsen
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Colin Nielsen Such a fantastic album all of the song are beautiful on their own, but together they create this beautifully haunting feeling that seemingly flows through the whole album Favorite track: Woodsmoke.
Sarvenaz
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Sarvenaz So soothing, and otherworldly. Great for nightly listens, or daydreaming. Favorite track: Happiness.
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released June 21, 2011

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