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Moon Light Story
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On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Released at: This album was released on the label Trattoria (catalog number Menu. 40) Polystar (catalog number PSDR-5070). This album was released in 1994-06-25 year. Format of the release is.

Cornelius (musician). This article is about the contemporary Japanese musician. For the historical German musician, see Peter Cornelius. For the contemporary Austrian musician, see Peter Cornelius (musician). For other uses, see Cornelius. American music journalists often describe Cornelius's musical style as being similar to Beck's, whom he acknowledges as an influence along with The Beach Boys, The Jesus and Mary Chain, Primal Scream and the Brazilian band Kassin + 2, among others. The music of Cornelius could be described as experimental and exploratory, and often incorporates dissonant elements alongside more familiar harmonically. Moon Walk" (cassette only).

While the Moon is in the World (then you'll understand why) she will fill this album.

You find something wrong With everything that I do (I do). Blue lights, moon lights They always through peek thru my room (My room).

This group's story is very much one of the songs overwhelming the singers: "Too Late to Turn Back Now" and "Treat Her Like a Lady" are remembered because of their catchy, AM-friendly melodies, not the performers' talents. Songwriter and lead singer Eddie Cornelius had a knack for hooks that owed more to pop than R&B, though the soul never got quite as "sweet" as those of the Philly groups, with a bit of mild Sly or Jacksons influence popping up here and there. That helps render the verdict of: lightweight but enjoyable collection, by a minor but likeable act.

Fantasma is the third studio album by Japanese recording artist Cornelius (Keigo Oyamada), released on August 6, 1997 on his label Trattoria. Oyamada envisioned the album as "a one-on-one experience between the music and the listener. It starts with you entering into the journey and ends with you returning back to reality. It peaked at number 6 on the Oricon Albums Chart and number 37 on the UK Independent Albums Chart.

Cornelius Alba (コルネリウス・アルバ, Korunerius Aruba ? ) is an antagonist of the fifth chapter of Kara no Kyoukai, "Paradox Spiral". Cornelius is a direct descendant of the Renaissance-era scholar and magus Cornelius Agrippa von Nettesheim ( コルネリウス・アグリッパ・フォン・ネッテスハイム, Koruneriusu agurippa fon nettesuhaimu ? ). He studied at the London branch of the Mage's Association along with Touko Aozaki and Souren Araya. The three of them had a pretty good relationship until their graduation.


1 Moon Light Story (Single Version) 4:17
2 Into Somethin' (Live) 7:26
3 Moon Light Story (Instrumental) 4:17


  • Written-By, Arranged By, Producer – Keigo Oyamada


Packaged in Japanese-style mini snapback case and includes picture-card insert.

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