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D-Resist & Touchwood - Forgotten Years / Where The Music Comes From flac album

D-Resist & Touchwood - Forgotten Years / Where The Music Comes From flac album Performer: D-Resist
Title: Forgotten Years / Where The Music Comes From
Style: Drum n Bass
Released: 2014
MP3 album: 1794 mb
FLAC album: 1963 mb
Rating: 4.3
Other formats: XM ASF MIDI VOX WAV TTA ADX
Genre: Electronic

The most emotional music on Reserve Audio so far, this time on the autonomic tip. Also a debut release for D-Resist. On the A side, the more straightforward. On the flipside, Where The Music Comes From is a more peaceful, almost ambient track with minimal beats and deeply pressing and escalating atmosphere. Distributed by Label Engine - ww. abel-engine. Forgotten Years, Where The Music Comes From.

D-Resist, Touchwood, D-Resist & Touchwood 28-07-2014. Total duration:12 min. 01. Forgotten Years (Original Mix). 02. Where The Music Comes From (Original Mix).

D-Resist & Touchwood - Forgotten Years, Where The Music Comes From ‎(2xFile, MP3, Single). Distance Awareness ‎(10xFile, MP3, Album).

Resist is the debut album by English electronica group Kosheen.

Situation EP. Reserve Audio.

Except, of course, when it comes to pop music, the subject of this special issue. More frequently they say it comes from the coincidence that they are named after their fathers. Earlier that morning, G. - Graham Hastings, the white guy in the band - met me at the house where he grew up in Drylaw. It was council-estates, working-class housing. On the album’s closer, Dancefloor, she sings of where I’d like to be, with some drinks inside of me, someone whispering it’s quarter after 3. Is she looking up into a disco ball and seeing a rearview mirror?

Their third album delivered the elegant descending melody of ‘Sylvia’, winning further fans worldwide, with Akkerman drawing admiration. The guitarist left in 1976 but returned several times; Focus are still on the road. Forgotten by who? Not those of us that were there at the time, not those of us that bought their albums and enjoyed the music they produced, not those of us that are still alive to the exciting sounds they dared to produce. For me they are not forgotten, they just have not yet been discovewred by the modern listeners who do not know what they have missed.

Tracklist

1 Forgotten Years 6:02
2 Where The Music Comes From 6:49