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Day - Lorelei - Everyone Must Touch The Stove


Label: Slumberland Records - Slumberland Records #44,Slumberland Records - Slumberland #44 • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Lo-Fi, Indie Rock
Download Day - Lorelei  - Everyone Must Touch The Stove


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  1. Malagami
    Jul 06,  · Everyone Must Touch The Stove doesn't take any chances, and all its best moments (the coda on 'Thigh For A Leg,' the first half of 'Newsprint,' and all of 'Pillar') are merely adaptions of typical 90's Rock tropes. 'Pillar' is the only song deserving of its length, with great use of builds and progression with a satisfying conclusion/5(5).
  2. Tarr
    Check out Everyone Must Touch the Stove by Lorelei on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on bladeterrorzanntegal.infoinfo5/5(1).
  3. Tejora
    Nov 30,  · Everyone Must Touch The Stove is a brave album, blending together a vast array of sounds into a bold statement of the possibilites of pop and rock, heading off in a hundred different directions at the same time, but still remaining a cohesive whole/5(11).
  4. Talmaran
    Everyone Must Touch The Stove by Lorelei, released 12 September 1. Today's Shrug 2. Quiet Staid Debt 3. Thigh For A Leg 4. Throwaway 5. Inside The Crimelab 6. Day 7. Newsprint 8. Windmill 9. Stop What You're Doing Pillar Building on the work laid-down by their "Asleep" EP, Lorelei went back to the woodshed to self-record this remarkable full-length album.
  5. Nataxe
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Everyone Must Touch the Stove - Lorelei on AllMusic -
  6. Akizragore
    Nov 22,  · I must admit that I was a bit surprised to not only find this album here on amazon, but find that is was in print and available for download. Being from Baltimore and traveling to DC a lot in the 90's to see bands, Lorelei was a bit of a permanent fixture: if they weren't playing, at least one member was in the audience.5/5(1).

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