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Sort of - Dry Can - Meanwhile (CD, Album)

8 thoughts on “ Sort of - Dry Can - Meanwhile (CD, Album)

  1. Zololl
    David McKenna flags up some French compilations released in response to the Covid crisis and reviews new music from Felicia Atkinson, Franco-Senegalese rapper Zuukou Mayzie and the final album from Black Devil Disco Club Welcome to the second Rockfort column .
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  2. Shaktijora
    In between all of this are two of the band’s most starkly beautiful ballads, “High and Dry” and “Fake Plastic Trees”—the not-so-subtle closing tracks for many a lovelorn mid-’90s mix CD.
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  3. Samumuro
    Jan 10,  · Since pop music songs tend to be about 3–6 minutes long, you can fit 12–24 on a CD. And to fill all the space is always better than to leave it empty — from a marketing point of view.
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  4. Kigajora
    You can hire various PR companies or handle things yourself. That decision comes down to your budget and what you think you can realistically achieve. If you are promoting your album yourself, decide in advance what your promotion targets are. Your job will be most manageable if you focus on a region plus any markets where you'll be playing shows.
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  5. Kibar
    With a kill count of 64 Murder Balladsis a kind of death-based aural theme park - so stylised it’s sometimes as much Dennis The Menace as Dennis Nilsen. Yet, Kylie’s guest spot on Where The Wild Roses Grow made this the Bad Seeds’ biggest hit to this point - the album was Number 1 in Norway. Beneath the gore lies striking craftsmanship.
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  6. Togor
    Dec 01,  · I think it's kind of a "I know it when I hear it" things. In general, I think the "Gibson" sound is a dry sound. The sound, especially of chop chords, sounds dry, as if there is an overtone hiss to the tone. It's hard to describe, but a dry toned mandolin sounds like I can hear the wood, and the wood sounds dry.
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  7. Nilabar
    Jan 29,  · "Killing Me," meanwhile, is one of the album's most straightforward pieces, a moody, halting rock track featuring Blake Mills on guitar and plenty of space for Wilkenfeld's bass.
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