Blue Million Miles | Of Building Walls

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Of Building Walls

by Blue Million Miles

Echo makes us vibrate. Shadow vs. light.
Genre: Rock: Space Rock
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1. Strangled By the Time
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2. From My Window
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3. Explosions
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4. Through the Branches
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5. Over the Fall
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6. Power Out
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7. God Is Dead
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8. Sunday Eyes
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9. Pendulum
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10. Follow You Down
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11. Trees
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Walls, trees, ghosts, echoes, branches reaching through dark nights. Blue Million Miles conjures these images through spatial guitars, raw vocals, thunderous drums and driving bass. The self-released debut album Of Building Walls sees the light of day on Tuesday, August 5th, 2008.

\"Crisp, loping beats and thickly braided guitars lead this act down a path of uniquely Western, windblown indie rock.\" – John Wenzel, The Denver Post

“Weaving together strands of gritty space rock with insistent, jittery post-punk rhythms … Blue Million Miles\' dreamy edginess is a welcome respite from the otherwise trendy sounds of today.” – Tom Murphy, Westword


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