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The Gods Have Chosen: A Tribute To The Music Of Anubis Spire

by Various Artists

A multi-artist tribute to the music of Anubis Spire; post progressive rock mixed with Arabic, Indian and world music.
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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1. Revenants - Ashraya Ashraya
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2. Underneath The Roswell Sun - Neil Henderson Neil Henderson
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3. It Has Been A Long Time, Hasn't It... - Black Zeppelin Cult Black Zeppelin Cult
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4. Talisman Of The Dreamer - Ian Bartlett Ian Bartlett
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5. Hope In Transition - Mike Ward-TEMPORARY POWER Mike Ward-TEMPORARY POWER
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6. More Weight - Strait Chain 360 Strait Chain 360
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7. Whirling Toward Shambalah - Kevin Bottorff Kevin Bottorff
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8. Drama, Trauma And Awkward Grace - Neil Henderson Neil Henderson
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
In 1998, just when the cyber revolution was starting to worry the bean counters at the major labels, a band of veteran musicians, disenchanted with the direction of music in general and sensing that there was the definite sweet scent of change in the air, pooled their pocket change, locked themselves in a small rustic barn and recorded an album to be primarily marketed on the web. Their debut album "OLD LIONS (in the world of snarling sheep)" would go on to change the indie landscape forever. Mixing arabic and Indian tonalities with hard, art and progressive rock, ANUBIS SPIRE was born and went on to forge a totally unique sound and exotic image that has since been copied by many other bands - some of them now signed to major labels.

In the years since it's release OLD LIONS has racked up over five million downloads worldwide and spawned a number of internet "hits" such as "Underneath The Roswell Sun", "It Has Been A Long Time, Hasn't it..." and others

The 'Best of the best' indie artists featured on this tribute CD have taken their favorite ANUBIS SPIRE tunes and redone them in their own inimitable signature styles. We're amazed at not only their incredible performances but how these songs continue to resonate in the hearts, heads and fingers of a new generation.

We hope you enjoy these selections. Viva la indie-internet revolution!

--Sal Landry
Sal Landry Productions

The Artists:

~ Ashraya ( India / Sri Lanka)
~ Ian Bartlett (UK) ( myspace.com/ianvbartlett )
~ Black Zeppelin Cult (Germany)
~ Kevin Bottorff (USA) ( myspace.com/radiodystopia )
~ Neil Henderson (USA) ( Saqqararecords.com )
( http://cdbaby.com/neilh )
~ Strait Chain 360 (Netherlands)
~ Mike Ward - TEMPORARY POWER (USA) ( cdbaby.com/power )

* All artists appear courtesy of their respective record, production and management companies.


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Vlad

Un-Fucking-Believable!
I liked this band (Anubis Spire) before, but now I think I like them even more. Hearing different interpretations of these songs really opened up my eyes, or ears, to how killer their tunes really are. Everyone did a really good job of reinterpreting their music and I don't think it sound like a bunch of 'cover songs' - everyone put their own touch on it. I especially liked the new version of Drama Trauma & Awkward Grace.

Tina

Great stuff
anubis spire are a band i have liked for a long time and to have a tribute cd to them is amazing. there is not one bad interpretation on here, everyone shows their love for the songs in their own way. personal favorites are Drama trauma and awkward grace and Talisman of the dreamer. a great rock band who deserve to be recognised in this way. well done.