Harm - The Nine album flac
|1||The Salem Parade||4:57|
|5||Stuck In Time||3:47|
|6||Argue And Grin||5:01|
|7||The Chelsea Smile||4:39|
|8||Hand Me Down Virtue||6:01|
|GS001||Harm||The Nine (CD, Album, Dig)||E1 Entertainment||GS001||Canada||2009|
|none||Harm||The Nine (CDr, Album, Promo)||E1 Entertainment||none||Canada||Unknown|
|FR-CD-0015||Harm||The Nine (CD, Album, RE, Dig)||FrostByte Media Inc.||FR-CD-0015||Canada||2012|
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Album · 2013 · 10 Songs.
The Harm by the harm, released 07 October 2008 1. Embryo 2. Cadence Said 3. Crosby Doesn't Stills 4. Lenses 5. Heaven's Hearing Aid 6. Chelsea's Mustache 7. Decades 8. Sunlight Fuel 9. Merely Petals 1.
This metal/grunge combo Harm hail from Southern Ontario, Canada. They’ve been around since 2003, but this is only their second outing. Released in their homeland and bits of Europe in 2009, the follow up now gets a full international release. It’s a strange album in many ways. The opening salvoes are stereotypical doom outings with massively distorted vocals that more than nod to Tom Araya, ponderous riffing and cloying bass lines. Salem’s Parade’ offers nothing new and is a bit like wading through treacle
The Nine, their sophomore effort, by no means reinvents the wheel, but it possesses a depth and a spirit that not many of their peers can rival. Opening with the riff infested ‘The Salem Parade’, The Nine quickly reveals its ballsy statement of intent, with a distinctly guitar driven cacophony of bizarrely melodious dissonance. Get your teeth stuck in now – Harm could be one album away from changing your life. The Nine is out now via Frostbyte Media Inc. 8/10.
Cloud Nine is the ninth studio album by American musical group The Temptations for the Gordy (Motown) label released in 1969. The album is a watershed for several reasons. It is the first regular Temptations studio LP to feature Dennis Edwards as the replacement for David Ruffin, who was fired in June 1968.