Gate - The Dew Line album flac
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- Manufactured By – KAO Optical Products
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Gate
- Copyright (c) – Gate
- Design, Art Direction – Jon Malic
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|MIE 010||Gate||The Dew Line (2xLP, Album, RM)||MIE Music||MIE 010||UK||2012|
The Dew Line is the seventh studio album by Gate, released in 1993 by Table of the Elements
Gate (3). The Dew Line (2xLP, Album, RM). MIE Music. Recorded in 1993 and out of print since, Gates The Dew Line is the first part of his rock trilogy (followed by The Monolake in 1996 and The Wisher Table in 1999). The crust of noise is there, but crack open the sonic geode and youll discover some nifty songstyling. In someone elses universe, the gem of an opening track, Millions, gets play on AM radio, while Have Not climbs the FM charts
Gate (3) – The Dew Line. Label: MIE Music – MIE 010. Format: 2 Vinyl, LP, Album, Remastered. A reissue of the 1993 The Dew Line album from New Zealand guitar patriarch MICHAEL MORLEY (DEAD C), and the first part of his "rock trilogy" that includes 1996s Monolake and 1999s The Wisher Table. The crust of noise is there, but crack open the sonic geode and youll discover some nifty song styling as well. An anti-rock classic.
Gate - Venerable Clouds. 7. Gate - Triphammer.
Listen to The Dew Line in full in the this site app. Play on this site. 2006 Table Of The Elements.
Gate (NZ) The Dew Line. Give Your Opinion on The Dew Line. Staff & Contributors // Site Forum // Contact us. Bands:.
Metric is the third studio album by Gate, released in 1991 by Precious Metal. TRACK LISTING: 'Openingmyarms' 'Hope' 'Forcedsight' 'Yourface' .
The DEW Line - the biggest military project in Arctic history - played a major role in the transformation that eventually tied the Inuit to a wage economy and sedentary lifestyle. It was a fast, traumatic shift that left deep social scars, including alcohol-related violence. Media coverage and industry brochures described DEW Line construction in breathless, almost giddy terms. A report by Western Electric Corp. an AT&T subsidiary that built the Line, noted that 460,000 tons of material was transported from the . and Canada to the Arctic by sea, air and land.
Though the DEW Line was rendered mainly obsolete by the mid-1960s when speedy Soviet ICBMs supplanted slow bomber aircraft, the stations were officially kept in operation from April 15th, 1957 through to July 15th, 1993. Some of the stations were then incorporated into the DEW Line’s successor, the North Warning System or NWS; many others were left to slowly decay beneath drifting snow, howling winds and the ghostly aurora borealis. images via: DEWLine Adventures). One significant DEW Line station isn’t located quite as far north as the others: northern Illinois, to be exact.