Supertempo | Brother Sun, Sister Moon

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Brother Sun, Sister Moon

by Supertempo

"Brother Sun, Sister Moon" is a record that, with the same enthusiasm of St. Francis, aims at "taking off its own clothes" to embrace the urgency of Punk, search for Pop immediacy, wear the sound of classic Garage,thus not making the past an obsession.
Genre: Rock: Garage Rock
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2. Franco B.
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3. Unknown 84
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4. Masturbation Breakdown
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5. To the Sea By Walking
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6. Denim Boy
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7. Having Read Your Horoscope I Can't Help You Anymore
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8. Meet Kurt
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9. Being S. Francesco
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10. Riding a Dinosaur
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11. Mariabella
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12. Jesus & Co.
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13. Ok, You Are Gay
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14. Son of a Postman
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"Brother Sun, Sister Moon" is a record that, with the same enthusiasm of St. Francis, aims at "taking off its own clothes" to embrace the urgency of Punk, search for Pop immediacy, wear the sound of classic Garage,thus not making the past an obsession, use shortness as a metaphor of modern times: frantic, confused, disinterested.


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