Alexandra's Tears | Reunion

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by Alexandra's Tears

Brooding Dark Wave pop that is not to be missed. Carefully structured with synth and keyboard washes over piano and back drums mix to make the perfect background for Alexandra's Tears baritone vocal delivery.
Genre: Pop: Dark Wave
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1. 1912
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2. Thursdays
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3. A Flicker of Light
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4. Find Another Home
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5. In the Flowers
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6. Sad Nun
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7. The North Sea in Wintertime
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8. Picture
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9. Rachel
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10. The Cross of An Old Church
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11. Where's the Fall?
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12. Touched
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13. Reprise
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14. Passerby
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Album Notes
Reworked tracks from older Alexandra's Tears albums re-recorded in the studio. Released in 2011. I could not remember how to play some of them, so I had to pull the music from the garage storage.


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Robert Frost

Really great record
To take a collection of songs over many years would be a greatest hits, but rerecord them fresh as day is Reunion!
What John has done with, in my opinion amazing material, and breath new life into every word and note is amazing.
This has to be his crowning jewel to date. That said it is always nice to go back and hear the original songs as well, it's like
going home and seeing the photo books. Reunion is a keeper, but not a replacement for the original. I'm happiest of all
that he included Rachel, my fav. I hope there are more great songs to come.
Robert Frost