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Oh The Saviour - Temples (4) - Volcano (Cassette, Album)

9 thoughts on “ Oh The Saviour - Temples (4) - Volcano (Cassette, Album)

  1. Samulmaran
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cotton Candy Vinyl release of Volcano on Discogs.
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  2. Dajinn
    Mar 02,  · Temples: Volcano review – heaped spoonfuls of psychedelic sugar Temples’ second album sets its stall out early. Just occasionally, as on Oh the Saviour.
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  3. Fejin
    Crikey, what happened to this lot? A few years ago, Temples’ Sun Structures debut heralded a promising addition to the UK indie scene, their skirling guitars hinting at deep immersion in psych-rock forebears like Traffic and The Pretty Things. But with the toothless Volcano, they’ve abandoned that path in favour of a wheedling, keyboard-heavy electropop sound with much less bite, pock.
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  4. Sakazahn
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  5. Taukasa
    Mar 03,  · Temples’ second album brings increased purpose to the heady psychedelia of their debut, Sun licotcogutflipalacruikyoutefeemort.xyzinfo add playful menace to the dynamic grooves of “Certainty” and “Mystery of Pop”, and whether the quartet dabble in freak-folk (“Oh the Saviour”) or motorik glam (“Roman God-Like Man”), insistent melodies are always sewn in.
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  6. Akirisar
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  7. Gazragore
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Volcano - Temples on AllMusic - - With their first album, Sun Structures, Temples.
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  8. Vutaxe
    Volcano sees the band's departure from the 60's inspired psychedelic from their debut and the embrace of neo-psych with heavy use of licotcogutflipalacruikyoutefeemort.xyzinfo is a half measure of the change we saw between the last two Tame Impala albums, and with less success overall. Frankly, a little disappointed at the creative pivot, as I loved the retro sound the band brought before.
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  9. Taurisar
    Sep 22,  · On his own, to a paradise Mr. Sound flows like a mountain Like a volcano erupting On a boat, on the molten lava Standing up like a wild impala Standing down like a weekend martyr Living life at the speed of light Mr. Sound's just like a fountain Only goes where the rhythm takes him Only goes where the sun don't shine On his own, to a paradise Mr. Sound flows like a mountain Like a volcano.
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