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Wisp - About Things That Never Were download mp3 album
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Album:
About Things That Never Were
Style:
IDM
Released:
2003
FLAC vers. size:
1245 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1965 mb
WMA vers. size:
1205 mb
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Rating:
4.8 ★
Votes:
115

Amazing work from Wisp, who created an album which can be without doubts nicknamed: The Holy Grail of nt. Personally, I can hardly find an album that gets so close to this masterpiece - maybe Tycho's Science of Patterns EP. Album features plenty of catchy, soft beats, which go nicely hand in hand with amazing electronic sounds and thus creating amazing melodies. I can listen to this all day without ever feeling the same about the track

The band appearing on this album: Dave Brocksmith: guitar, backing vocal; Matthew Davis: keyboard, drum programming, vocals, acoustic guitar on Ever After Fading and Nightlong; Keith Alan Landry: guitar; Ron Miles: bass; Robin Tinker: vocals. Guests: Drums on Recognition, Nightlong, The Tiny Drawer and Such are Mirrors by Derek Kerswill. Backing vocals and additional bass on Bratty girl by Roger Lavallee. Produced by Twelfth of Never and Roger Lavallee. Engineered by Roger Lavallee at Tremolo Lounge. Mastered by Ken of Wunderdrug Records. Twelfth of Never formed in central Massachusetts in autumn 1997, performing numerous show and releasing two albums, with the original lineup mostly intact, for the next 7 years. A new, expanded lineup, including live drums, cello and violin debuted in 2005, and saw the recording of a 5 song EP.

Will O' the Wisp is the sixth studio album by Leon Russell. The album was released in 1975 on Shelter Records. It peaked at No. 30 on the Billboard albums chart and remained on the chart for 40 weeks. The album cover was designed and illustrated by artist/actor Gailard Sartain. It features the hit single, "Lady Blue", which reached No. 14 on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart. The album was certified gold in 1976. All tracks composed by Leon Russell. Will O' the Wisp" (instrumental) – 0:55.

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Hardcover sales of more than 70,000 copies have made the Encyclopedia of Things That Never Were a classic illustrated reference to myths and legends from all corners of the world. Here-culled from mythology, literature, and folk tales-is the mystical realm that has populated humanity's imagination for centuries. Over 400 entries, engagingly written and organized by type Hardcover sales of more than 70,000 copies have made the Encyclopedia of Things That Never Were a classic illustrated reference to myths and legends from all corners of the world. about things that never were. He'd rescued it out of a bin at the university where he worked.

Albums That Never Were. hello i am soniclovenoize. because i have too much time on my hands, i waste it by reconstructing famous unreleased albums. here are some of them. Starting off 2017 is an album that truly never was: the theoretical soundtrack to the unreleased documentary film Eat The Document, which chronicled Bob Dylan’s famous 1966 World Tour, backed by what would become The Band. A behind-the-scenes look at a controversial and confrontational moment in rock history in which Dylan went electric to the great chagrin of his folk-purist audiences, the tour is filled with impassioned and even spiteful performances, a direct response from the jeers from the audience who thought he sold out.

Some Things Never Change (song). Some Things Never Change" is a song written by Walt Aldridge and Brad Crisler and recorded by American country music artist Tim McGraw. It was released in April 2000 as the fourth single from McGraw's album A Place in the Sun. While it went to number 1 in Canada, it peaked only at number 7 in the US, and was the only single from the album not to reach number 1 in the US. It also peaked at number 58 on the Billboard Hot 100.

We're not calling these people liars, but, c'mon. It's too easy to call the internet dingleberries out on their insane bullshit and we will never get tired of relentlessly mocking them for it. The next time you feel the urge to fabricate some dumb story for karma, remember, we're always watching and always waiting to put you in one of these galleries. 1. Funny story: this didn't happen. via rosecoloredgirl23. 2. Get off my lawn, hooligans! via kippller. 3. I'm sure that's exactly what he said and not "I like wolves and I also just peed my pants".

Tracklist

1 Slopes 5:41
2 To Fiddler's Green 4:46
3 We Pretend 2:17
4 Traveller's Friend 3:20
5 He Was A Happy Man 2:15
6 The Sincere 5:13
7 Rolling Into The Station 2:07
8 Yggdrasil 5:20
9 Around Corners 1:33
10 My Regards, Dear Jonah 3:25
11 Ywasafet 2:08
12 Brown Books 6:21
13 Sad Story 5:18
14 Arc Of Lens 6:27
15 Bon P'ont V.2 (D.Digit Mix) 4:54
16 Aboard My Submarine 2:38
17 Chasing Ghosts 4:40
18 This Will End In Tears 4:34
19 Tundra Screams 5:47
20 Zoe 4:34
21 Gentle Slopes 4:06
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Ultra rare stuff. Amazing work from Wisp, who created an album which can be without doubts nicknamed: The Holy Grail of Electronic/IDM/Ambient. Personally, I can hardly find an album that gets so close to this masterpiece - maybe Tycho's Science of Patterns EP. Album features plenty of catchy, soft beats, which go nicely hand in hand with amazing electronic sounds and thus creating amazing melodies. All time favorite would be The Sincere, because the softness and catchy melody is out of this world. I can listen to this all day without ever feeling the same about the track. It just evokes so much emotions and warm heart-feelings. What I like the most is the whole composition of this album - it is made into a complex which together makes "perfect sense" as if it's telling a story of some sort. Each time, a different story is being told. Yggdrasil feels like one of the saddest ambient songs I know and this is only due to magical background noises - I think I hear the presence of violin and it collaborates with those beats so nicely it gives me goosebumps... Just wow. It strongly reminds me the song from Seven Ark called Untitled(302.1) for some reason... Amazing song, really.On the other hand, few songs from this masterpiece feel like a happy man is walking through the nature and his thoughts are being broadcast in the form of magical sound waves - The Sincere is just the right example of this. I don't know how Wisp managed to create such amazing synthetic sounds, but this track is the full showcase of his art. Again, great beats accompany the song, which together make perfect musical peace for deep relax and create a portal for vanishing your brain's deepest thoughts. I could go on and on, but I think you get the point. 5/5 indeed. A masterpiece totally worth having in your collection. One of the best albums of this decade. Thank you, Wisp!