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Ad Asteris - The Mercurial Fountain MP3

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Performer: Ad Asteris
Title: The Mercurial Fountain
Country: Ireland
Released: 2012
Style: Electro
Category: Rock
Rating: 4.3
Catalog #: AAM111CD
Label: Not On Label

Tracklist

1Crystal Citadel
2Your Noisy Neighbour
3Al Khemi A Phry Gian Phys Ican
4Golden Rows
5Takes Me Away...
611:11
7Nekyia
8Divination Pt. I & II
9We Are One
10Arabian Hyperspace
11Gemini
12Sunrise


Notes

In slimcase


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Album

The Mercurial Fountain. Your Rating. Overview . Ad Astral Music. Listen to The Mercurial Fountain by Ad Asteris np on SoundCloud. Listen free to Asterisk Asterisk works ENERGYAsterisk Remix, SHOOTAsterisk Remix and more. 21 tracks 102:48. Crystal Citadel from the debut album The Mercurial Fountain. Artworks and animation by Babar Moghal. 2011 - The Prime Eights. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. The Fountain is the eleventh studio album by British band Echo & the Bunnymen. It was released on 12 October 2009 and produced by John McLaughlin, Ian McCulloch and Simon Perry. The first single from the album, Think I Need It Too, was released on 28 September 2009. Reviewing The Fountain for the British music magazine Mojo, Johnny Sharp described the album as mid-tempo, middle of the road, middle-aged pop-rock. Sharp went on to say that the only. Ad Asteris - The Mercurial Fountain Album Review. Happily, Ad Asteris' take on what you must by now have surmised is prog rock is rather more modern than the above might lead you to expect, and it is also rather good. There's less selfindulgence than you get from many exponents of the genre only one track on the album breaks the 10minute barrier most are significantly shorter, and despite the obvious prog influences it even manages, at times, to be catchy. Ad Asteris. I'm not totally sure I agree some of my favourite bands are also the hardest to define, in terms of genre or influence, but I can appreciate that there's something to be said for acts who embrace, rather then hide from, the clichés inherent in their style. The album continues in the same dense, chaotic, whimsical and wildly ambitious fashion. Musical parts tumble over each other like kittens out of a wardrobe, and it's frequently impossible to keep track of what's going on