Hall Of Glass | Faded Landscape

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Faded Landscape

by Hall Of Glass

Female Vocal, New Wave, Progressive Rock, Gothic, Ambient, Simplicity, Powerful, Wonder
Genre: Pop: New Wave
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1. Vain
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7:27 album only
2. Silent Dream
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6:48 album only
3. Summer Orbit
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4:04 album only
4. Blood Music
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4:17 album only
5. Assimilation
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5:09 album only
6. Alan
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4:05 album only
7. Illumination
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6:00 album only
8. Blue Water
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3:42 album only
9. Pollution
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6:45 album only
10. Moonlight Echo
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11. Winter Light
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12. Clear Night
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Female Vocal, New Wave, Progressive Rock, Gothic, Ambient, Simplicity, Powerful, Wonder
The following is quoted from Musicians Together by Mr.John O Grady.
「The first track, ‘Vain,’ is one of the most powerful on the album. It is a mid tempo passionate uplifting piece of music with an inspired chord change at the start of the chorus which in the right hands could generate millions for its owners. ‘Vain’ is driven by Pochiko’s Bass guitar, which is dominant throughout the song – and indeed the entire album.」


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