Coman Dante - The Grave. Месяц релиза - любой - January February March April May June July August September October November December.
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Cat: TRNR 009 Released: 9 November, 2015 Genre: Drum And Bass. What is Album Only? Some artists and labels prefer certain tracks to be purchased as part of an entire release.
Thousand Yard Stare were formed in 1988 in Slough, Berkshire, releasing several EPs that reached the top of the indie charts in 1991-2, and 2 LPs for Polydor. The band have recently reformed to sell out gigs throughout the UK described by critics as "a band who are as good - if not better - than when they were the next big thing back in the early 90's" (DIS). Contact Thousand Yard Stare. Streaming and Download help.
Remixes EP by Thousand Yard Stare, released 22 April 2018 1. Wonderment (Wondermental Acid Re-Flux) 2. Wonderment (52Hz Whale Remix) 3. Epecuen (Rubble In The Dub Mix) 4. Marginal Gains (Phuture's Yours Re-rub) Some insider remixes. a blown out acidic thump throwback of our first ever properly releassed song, Wonderment, a blissed out, gazey trip dub version of new tune Epecuen, and an instrumental electronica work through of Marginal Gains.
Coman Dante the gabber soldier with some hard kicks and badass basslines. Release Date 2015-11-09. Label Tyrantinum Records.
Play full-length songs from DeepDreaming - EP by Thousand Yard Stare on your phone, computer and home audio system with Napster. DeepDreaming - EP. Thousand Yard Stare.
Sites: thousandyardstare. Members: Dominic Bostock, Giles Duffy, Kevin Moxon, Sean McDonough, Stephen Barnes. Variations: Viewing All Thousand Yard Stare. Hands On (Album, EP). 12 versions. No Score After Extra Time) (Single, EP). 2 versions.
Thousand Yard Stare is the fifth studio album by Mornington Peninsula, Melbourne indie band The Fauves. The album marked the departure of founding bassist Andrew Dyer, who was replaced by longtime sound engineer Teddy Cleaver. It was also a return to the band's original label, the independent Shock Records, after being dumped by Polydor following a takeover of that label by Universal.