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Why there are mountains
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Why There Are Mountains is an independently released studio album by the indie rock band Cymbals Eat Guitars. The album was initially self-released, then re-released after the band signed to Sister's Den Records in late Track listing - Personnel. 16 Mar Plucking influences from 90s indie rock isn't new, but Cymbals Eat Guitars perfectly embody that casually ambitious slack-rock sound. Occasionally adding reverbed guitar and electric piano to give an eye-of-the-storm calm, the band reaches about six different crescendos; it's less. Why There Are Mountains by Cymbals Eat Guitars, released 20 January jasperactivitiesscene.com The Hazy Sea 2. Some Trees (Merritt Moon) 3. Indiana 4. Cold Spring 5.
11 Nov - 43 min - Uploaded by Sean Colvin A beautiful album that wasn't on here. Sounds like Pavement, Built to Spill, Brand New, The. 7 Oct Instead, the debut songs on Why There Are Mountains combines '60s-era psychedelica with the alternative rock scene of the '90s/'00s. CYMBALS EAT GUITARS - Why There Are Mountains - jasperactivitiesscene.com Music.
Check out Why There Are Mountains by Cymbals Eat Guitars on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on jasperactivitiesscene.com Why There Are Mountains is an independently released album by indie rock band Cymbals Eat Guitars. The album was initially self-released, then re- released. 22 Oct Details Why There Are Mountains. “One of the best indie albums of the year” NME. “A glorious cacophony of xylophones, guitar noise and. 29 Sep Cymbals Eat Guitars' Why There Are Mountains arrives at the end of a decade that flogged any meaning out of the term “indie rock” and in the. 28 Oct Cymbals Eat Guitars' name comes from a Lou Reed quote. This we shall get out of the way early on. Verbatim, he described the Velvet.