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Anaesthesia - The Church - Hologram Of Baal (CD, Album)

8 thoughts on “ Anaesthesia - The Church - Hologram Of Baal (CD, Album) ”

  1. Anaesthesia The Church. Album Hologram of Baal. Anaesthesia Lyrics. I remember going out yeah Everything is spinning round Remember feeling like I'd drowned Behind the veil is a sea yeah.
  2. Sep 12,  · this is Hologram of Baal, the entire album in video format. All visuals by David Duchow, except those in Louisiana, which came from Google images. .
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Hologram Of Baal on Discogs. Label: Festival Records - D ,Festival Records - D/2,Cooking Vinyl - COOK CD • Format: 2x, CD Album • Country: Australia • Genre: Rock • Style: Alternative Rock/5(15).
  4. Sep 22,  · "Hologram of Baal," which is clearly one of the band's best albums, brings out the best side of both styles of The Church. More than any other of their prior albums, "Hologram" is a team effort, reuniting the musical ability of Peter Koppes with his fellow guitar mate Marty Willson-Piper; and with Steve Kilbey, the principle song-writer /5(19).
  5. May 17,  · one of the best songs i've seen live this arcycgiadotihardrimagoldtiphaaver.co the underrated hologram of arcycgiadotihardrimagoldtiphaaver.cool for the soul.
  6. Hologram of Baal represents a stunning comeback album for Australia's Church, who've been virtually silent since 's Sometime Anywhere. In the tradition of past classics such as Starfish and Priest = Aura, Baal boasts an expansive, ambient production; lovely guitar layering; and singer Steve Kilbey's hushed, poetic delivery. Tracks such as "The Great Machine" balance the chiming acoustic and electric guitars of Peter Koppes and Marty /5(19).
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Hologram Of Baal on Discogs. Label: Cooking Vinyl - COOK CD • Format: CD Album CD Limited Edition • Country: UK • Genre: Rock • Style: Alternative Rock/5(33).
  8. This rarity was originally included as a bonus disc with early copies of (the much shorter) Hologram of Baal parent album. At 79 minutes, this wildly excessive (lengthwise) exercise in space rock uses four movements to put their spin on the now familiar style originated in the late Sixties (although the whole shebang was digitized into six parts on compact disc).

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