Zebra Mu / N.R.Y.Y. - Split album flac
- Album: Split
- FLAC: 1872 mb | MP3: 1569 mb
- Released: 2010
- Style: Noise
- Rating: 4.7/5
- Votes: 683
- Format: DMF VOC AU MP1 AUD FLAC TTA
|1||–Zebra Mu||Broken Hoof|
|3||–Zebra Mu||Open Space|
|4||–Zebra Mu||Equine Diseases|
|5||–Zebra Mu||In Waiting|
|6||–Zebra Mu||Maimed Again|
|8||–Zebra Mu||Mount Her|
|9||–Zebra Mu||First Step Of Digestion|
|11||–Zebra Mu||And Beyond|
NotesEdition 0f 20 copies.
00:00 Bastogne 04:09 The Ultimate Stranger 07:52 Shadows Of Doubt 11:23 The Art Of Conversation 14:34 Man Comes From Ape. Label: Zebra Records.
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Two different covers exist for this release; B&W cover printed onto either white or red paper (Zebra Mu) or colour cover (Raw Oath).
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Zebra is a hard rock band founded in 1975 in New Orleans, Louisiana. It features Randy Jackson (guitar and vocals), Felix Hanemann (bass, keyboards and vocals) and Guy Gelso (drums and vocals). In the early 1970s, Jackson and Hanemann played together in a group called Shepherd's Bush, but in 1974 left Shepherd's Bush and founded a new band with Gelso on drums.
Split mp3 flac download free. Author: Zebra Mu. Album: Split. 1. –Zebra Mu. With Great Difficulty We Carve Flesh Out Of Circuits. 2. Broken Neck Application Programme.
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 Silent Novels (catalog number SN046). This album was released in 2010-03-12 year. Format of the release is.
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Jackson manages to do a decent approximation of Robert Plant's primal howl, although some of the lyrics ("The la la Song," "Take Your Fingers From My Hair") are embarrassingly self-conscious in their attempt to strive for the proper mix of mysticism and depth.