Category: Alternative


    1. Gardagami

      May 02,  · Ghost, a Swedish quasi-metal band that covers the faces of its musicians with masks that have zero mouths but two horns, has the most intelligent tact in rock.
    2. Kajimi

      GHOST, also known as GHOST and Pals (formerly Marz Mitzi and ghostie), is an illustrator, music producer and video editor whose songs utilized vocal synthesizers such as VOCALOID or CeVIO. They are known for their unique musical style.
    3. JoJomuro

      Though my favorite Curve album is Come Clean, some five years after this, Doppelganger is quite the full length debut. More in the style of My Bloody Valentine and Kevin Shields- a busy wall of noise with the vocals somewhat complementary- the songs churn on in a more accessible way than MBV, with Toni Halliday's voice finding its places to rise up and delight, such as on Horror Head, Wish You /5(43).
    4. Zulkigul

      The voice was identical to mine. I'm like, "why would I call myself a [email protected]?" But he swore up and down it was me until one morning he heard me calling him from the bathroom. He walked in and I wasn't there. Yet, he swore up and down I called him. He finally realized that a spirit was mimicking my voice. I had another one who mimicked my son.
    5. Malaktilar

      The frontman for one of Canada's most well-known punk rock bands talks about his Eddie Vedder encounter, Billy Talent's new album, and the importance of rock and roll. YYZ Rush The instrumental "YYZ" by Rush got its title from the transmitter code for Toronto's Lester B. Pearson International Airport, near where the band is from.
    6. Akinolkis

      The overall sound is a guitar-rhythm section-vocal rock band spiced up with interesting compositional arrangements, great dynamics, vocal harmonies and some experimental pieces like `Perpetual Change'. The band finally seems to know what it's doing and where it's /5().
    7. Brasida

      Ghost Lyrics: Everybody has a ghost / Everybody has a ghost who sings like you do / Yours is not like mine, it's alright, keep it up / Boy loses rib in New Orleans / He can't help eyein' up the.
    8. Fenrirn

      View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of You're Beautiful on Discogs.
    9. Malarg

      They now sound like a cross between The Bee Gees and a reggaefied Yes which I'm sure everybody will agree is one hell of an advance. Only Stewart Copeland's clattering, bustling drums - as audaciously busy and showy as ever - hew to the original blueprint, and Copeland is consistently the most interesting player throughout.

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