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Smog, Fog And Sunset - Seventh Wave - Things To Come (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Sarr says:
    Find Smog discography, albums and singles on AllMusic. With their sparse instrumentation and revealing lyrics, Bill Callahan and co. were pioneers for both lo-fi acts and indie singer/songwriters.
  2. Grotaxe says:
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  3. Yora says:
    "Things To Come" is the debut full-length studio album by UK psychadelic/progressive pop/rock act Seventh Wave. The album was released in through Gull Records in the UK and through Janus Records in the US. Seventh Wave was formed by Ken Elliott and Kieran O'Connor who were former colleagues in the psychadelic/progressive rock act Second Hand.
  4. Masho says:
    Esoteric Recordings are pleased to announce the release of a new re-mastered and expanded edition of the album Things To Come by SEVENTH daytancobahrelampostbumhackliftdure.xyzinfoed in by Gull Records, Things To Come was the brainchild of musicians KEN ELLIOTT and KIERAN O'CONNOR (previously with the pioneering group Second Hand).The conceptual album was recorded at Chalk Farm Studios in London and was /5(5).
  5. Shaktibei says:
    New EP from Bill Callahan features two tracks from A River Ain't Too Much to Love, two new songs, and two videos.
  6. Vudoshakar says:
    Things to Come, an Album by Seventh Wave. Released in on Gull (catalog no. GULP ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Progressive Rock, Symphonic Prog, Space Rock/5(7).
  7. Mikahn says:
    Things To Come (Reissue, Remastered) (/): Sky Scraper Metropolis Intercity Water Rat Escalator Old Dog Song Smog, Fog And Sunset Fail To See Premonition Festival Ever So Lightly Communication Skyways Things To Come 1/2 Dance Of The Eloi Bonus Track: Metropolis (Single.
  8. Arashir says:
    Seventh Wave 's debut Things to Come showed keyboardist Ken Elliott to be the duo's greatest strength and weakness, for while his synth work defines the album's futuristic sound, his singing -- as on strangled vocal cords of "Fail to See" -- lacks the sophistication (or willful obscurity, if you prefer) that usually accompanied progressive keyboard work of this daytancobahrelampostbumhackliftdure.xyzinfo: $

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