Tracks: Sanctus - The Big Red Bus (3:31). Sanctus - Disciple's Song (2:01). Sanctus - Gethsemane (4:33). Sanctus - Easter Day Song (2:58). Sanctus - Believers Growing (3:35). Sanctus - Big Wind (2:06). Sanctus - The Question (2:11). Sanctus - Greater Things (3:56).
The Dream is the seventh album from American Christian rock band Sanctus Real, released by Sparrow Records on October 14, 2014. Sanctus Real worked with producers Pete Kipley and Christopher Stevens in the creation of this album.
Album · 1994 · 24 Songs. Requiem, Op. 9: Sanctus. St. Olaf Choir & John Ferguson. Amazing Grace, How Sweet the Sound.
Sanctus - The Sound Of Celebration.
Attera Totus Sanctus is the biggest sign of Dark Funeral’s boost in maturity and musicianship, even though they already expressed that very well with Diabolis Interium. Around this point in the band’s career, they were finally recognized as not being a stereotypical poseur Satanic band; they were rather considered true and real to the religion (which is how I proudly consider them). Atrum Regina is not a traditional black metal sound. The beginning starts out with a low bass tone that is soon pierced with the tranquilizing sound of the lead guitar playing a slow, almost sorrowful line. This is a slower song, with the kick drums going at a steadier pace.
The performance comes courtesy of a 20-member performance troupe led by wayang golek puppeteer Asep Sunandar Sunarya who really make the story come alive with their incredible playing and expressive voices. The only issue is the sound quality, which is not terrible but still contains some crowd noise and occasional lapses in levels
The compilation album UNICUM reached a record in downloading numbers for DiSfish! This was te news for today, have a wonderful weekend and till next time! (ADVERTISEMENT) - "Son, what do you wish?" - "All dowloads from DiSfish!" ♫ DiSfish.
|A1||The Big Red Bus||3:28|
|A4||Easter Day Song||2:55|
|B3||Son-Stars Going Home||2:28|
- Lead Guitar – Brian Sherman
- Musician – Colin R. Williamson
- Producer – Ian Sinclair
- Vocals – Arlene Geddes, Carole Agnew, Fiona McMillan
- Words By, Music By – Colin R. Williamson