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9 thoughts on “ Kite - Necro Facility - The Room (CDr, Album)

  1. Swedish alternative label started in by Torny Gottberg as a result of Torny working under the defunct old label Energy Rekords. With classic labels such as Cold Meat Industry and Ant-Zen as insperation he started Progress to work close with all of the .
  2. Necro Facility Waste (Russian Edition), released 05 October 1. Waste 2. Do You Feel The Same 3. Tuxedo 4. Cuts 5. You Want It 6. Nursed 7. Kite 8. Downstairs 9. Supposed Dogma Intense Skrik Methane View Explode (Ka-Pow Remix) Nursed (Playdo Remix) Dissolving Angle (Exclusive Remix) Anubis (Sidekick Mix By Interlace) Russian compliation with Necro Facility.
  3. Kite by Necro Facility: Listen to songs by Necro Facility on Myspace, a place where people come to connect, discover, and share.
  4. Jul 16,  · Released in , the Room is Necro Facility's second release, following their successful debut album the Black Paintings/5(3).
  5. May 17,  · We didn't want to make 'The Room 2' then we wrote do you feel the same, and a long journey took place. we really wanted all the songs should to fit the album. So i think we have thrown away hundreds of ideas, just to make sure the album is fun and energetic to listen to all the way. How where the general sound change brought into Necro Facility?
  6. Explore releases from Necro Facility at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Necro Facility at the Discogs Marketplace.
  7. Find Kite discography, albums and singles on AllMusic. Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.
  8. Necro Facility: The Room [] CD1 01 Fever Eyes ³ 02 Dogma ³ 03 Tuxedo ³ The atmosphere Necro Facility create is claustrophobic and haunting and it really delivers in the tracks ‘Fever Eyes’, ‘Dogma’, ‘Tuxedo’, ‘Anubis’ and ‘Kite’." "Re-issue of the lmtd CDR .
  9. Style. Kites presented the band "at their most musically abstract and progressive", featuring a larger number of guest musicians than any previous album. Each side here is a long concept piece: side A – Jon Field's side (partly inspired by abstract artist Paul Klee's painting "The Kingdom of the Air", otherwise meaning to convey the sounds of a kite drifting through skies), on side B, driven.

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