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Audience  - The House On The Hill download mp3 album
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Album:
The House On The Hill
Style:
Art Rock, Prog Rock
Released:
1973
FLAC vers. size:
1314 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1941 mb
WMA vers. size:
1847 mb
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4.3 ★
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The House on the Hill is the third album by the British art rock band Audience, released in 1971. At about the same time, a single, "Indian Summer", reached number 74 on the Billboard Hot 100;. The North American version of the album on Elektra Records added "Indian Summer" as the opening track, along with "It Brings A Tear" which had already appeared on the UK album Friend's Friend's Friend. The Elektra LP dropped the song "Eye To Eye".

The House On The Hill. This song is by Audience and appears on the album The House on the Hill (1971). I've been told about the house on the hillSo high and old, the house on the hillSay that there's a King Rat who wears a judge's black capAnd I wouldn't go near the house on the hill. The story goes 'bout the house on the hillThat when it snows around the house on the hillThe rat becomes a maiden, her soul endowed by SatanAnd I wouldn't go near the house on the hill.

His album cover art was always a treat.

Artist: Audience Album: House On The Hill Country: UK Genre: Prog rock Label: Esoteric Recordings Year: 1971; 2015 Quality: FLAC lossless (image+. Tracklist: 1. Jackdaw (Howard Werth, Keith Gemmell) - 7:30 2. You're Not Smiling (Howard Werth, Keith Gemmell) - 5:21 3. I Had a Dream - 4:18 4. Raviole - 3:41 5. Nancy - 4:15 6. Eye to Eye - 2:32 7. I Put a Spell on You (Screaming Jay Hawkins) - 4:09 8. The House on the Hill - 7:32 9. You're

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Album: The House On The Hill. Audience - The House On The Hill MP3 version. 1402 downloads at 32 mb/s. Audience - The House On The Hill FLAC version. This is the first German press, and does not contain a label code (LC) on the labels or cover. From inner cover: "Sleeve design and photography by HIPGNOSIS based on an original screenplay by HIPGNOSIS and Howard Werth. With lyric inlay and laminated glossy cover. There are some considerable differences to the North American releases (Canada & US): Design of the cover, notes and tracks. The german release misses "Indian Summer" and "It brings a tear" and has instead "Eye to Eye". Length of tracks differ from few seconds up to 1 minute (Nancy).