A song so eerie, it'll chill you to the bone, like an icy wind off the moors.
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Written/recorded 1987, this is the story of Bartley J. Dobben. http://articles.latimes.com/1987-12-20/news/mn-29964_1_competency John Pfeifer-- vocals, guitars, music/lyrics; Matthew Scott--Synthesizers, samples, drum programming, cello
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!! From the heartlands of post-rock !! MILESTONE : The 100th Gunnthrain - processed drums, looped and detuned VSTi strings, Gabriel Faure's In Paradisum, Celtic chanting, and sounds of Nature. SUPER headphones recommended!
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I wrote it, Played my 12-String, added synth bass and a drumloop. Then, sang all vocals.
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Daniel Blaine Young wrote these great lyrics. Serious-Music made all the other things.
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One that harkens back to the early days, though this version is a much more recent performance. The bass player on this is Ben Sandoval.
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New track from the forthcoming album 'SONGS WITHOUT JOY' - Check our main website to see the full video. "Welcome - Welcome back to Hell - we know you so well, we know you so Welcome"
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Came up with a little BDSM song while watching an episode of "Secret Diary of a Call Girl" on Showtime.........................
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