Glenn Deuel | Biomes

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Biomes

by Glenn Deuel

Wonder hits you when something that has always existed reveals itself to you in a new way. These songs are a musical and lyrical representation of that process.
Genre: Rock: Post-Rock/Experimental
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1. Prelude in A Minor
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2:14 album only
2. Desperate Times
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2:51 album only
3. Become
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4:32 album only
4. Joyful Anticipation
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3:29 album only
5. Anew
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4:30 album only
6. Numinous
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7. You Are Like the Water
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5:22 album only
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Album Notes
Alternative Contemplative Rock Worship is the accurate yet lacking way to describe the music of Glenn Deuel.
It's like holding your breath underwater long enough to enjoy the peaceful moment of solitude...and then long enough to run out of air and frantically scramble to the surface...then stagger and wander in the desert long enough to desperately desire another dip. In a generation when musical genres don't quite make as much sense as they used to, thinking of the role of Glenn Deuel might be a better angle to take. His place in music is a new version of symphony. His role can be compared to the role of Gungor.



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