Silverghost | Double - EP

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Double - EP

by Silverghost

A two-piece male/female analog-fuzz-pop duo from Detroit, MI featuring Marcie Bolen (Ex-Von Bondies).
Genre: Pop: New Wave
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1. Bad Blood
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3:33 $0.79
2. So Lost Now
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3:52 $0.79
3. Unimportant
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4:10 $0.79
4. How It Started
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5. Electric Shapes
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6. Powerful Unicorn
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2:38 $0.79
7. A Place To Start
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4:02 $0.79
8. TV Brain
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This is a double EP of work recorded from June 2008- February 2009. The first four tracks were recorded with Warn Defever (His Name Is Alive) and tracks 5 & 7 were recorded with Sean Lynch (800 Beloved).
Some recent press reviews:

"lo-fi, buzzy dance-rock sound is equal parts cool and crazed" -- Spin.com

"a commanding Detroit garage-pop outfit with an arty yet raw new-wave edge." -- Timeout New York

"fuzzed out pop paired down to the basics" -- San Francisco Weekly

"a modern cross between Tubeway Army and maybe someone like Berlin." -- Punknews.org

"Strives to bridge the gap between its founders' rock and synth-pop sensibilities"-- Detroit Metro Times


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