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Beaujolais - The Alan Parsons Project - Stereotomy

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  1. Samushura
    Stereotomy is a music studio album recording by THE ALAN PARSONS PROJECT (Crossover Prog/Progressive Rock) released in on cd, lp / vinyl and/or cassette. This page includes Stereotomy's: cover picture, songs / tracks list, members/musicians and line-up, different releases details, free MP3 download (stream), buy online links: amazon, ratings and detailled reviews by our /5.
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  2. Nibei
    It seems as though the Alan Parsons Project's conceptual grandeur began to lose its potency right around the mid-'80s. With Stereotomy, the message that Parsons is trying to reveal by way of his music begins to dissipate quickly, and the album is saved only somewhat by a couple of interesting instrumental pieces. On this album, the theme circles around the way in which the modern world molds 4/
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  3. Nikoll
    Jan 19,  · Even for the ardent fan of The Project, the virtues of Stereotomy may not be as readily accessible as their earlier releases. While the preceeding two albums had a somewhat softer feel as well as the gentleness of Eric Woolfson's lead vocals throughout, Alan took the ninth project in a distinctly differenent direction/5(57).
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  4. Vuzil
    Stereotomy was the first Project album that was recorded entirely digitally and as a result, there was a greater economy of master tapes in the studio. For analogue recordings there were often many reels recorded, surplus to requirements, quite simply because to constantly go over out-takes was too time consuming and disruptive to the recording.
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  5. Jugul
    Beaujolais Lyrics: Lead vocal - Chris Rainbow / No clock beside my bed / Don't try to wake me / No phone upon my wall / Who's going to call / No knock upon my door / No news to shake me / Nights like.
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  6. Maukinos
    Stereotomy, we can make it together Do anything you want with me, do anything you want Stereotomy, we can make it forever Do anything you want with me, do anything you want Starlight beams Project me in red blue and green Velvet dreams Protect me when I hit the screen Stereotomy, we can make it together Do anything you want with me, do anything.
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  7. Daigul
    Stereotomy is the ninth studio album by The Alan Parsons Project, released in Not as commercially successful as its predecessor Vulture Culture, the album is structured differently from earlier Project albums, containing three lengthy tracks ("Stereotomy" at over seven minutes, "Light of the World" at over six minutes, and the instrumental "Where's the Walrus?"Genre: Progressive rock, pop rock, electronic rock.
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