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9 thoughts on “ Electric Lash - The Church - Seance (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. The first single, "Electric Lash", featured this effect especially prominently and it was likened to a "machine gun". Despite dissatisfaction over the mix, Seance featured a lusher, more atmospheric sound with highlights including "Now I Wonder Why" and "Fly". Internationally, the album sold poorly, being considered dark and cryptic, and the.
  2. Discografía completa álbumes. (Aka - The Refo:mation) Pharmakoi - Distance-Crunching Honchos with Echo Units.
  3. Electric Lash Lyrics: The electric lash of trees in the studio / Fills my head with light / Only the voice of the girl on the radio / Falling from a height / I turn to leave as if in a cameo / It.
  4. The Church, an Australian psychedelic rock band, formed in Sydney in They have released 25 studio albums, numerous singles and other releases and an additional studio album under the name "The Refo:mation".This discography lists their original Australian releases, along with significant overseas compilations and singles.
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Laminated Vinyl release of Seance on Discogs/5(20).
  6. Jan 01,  · The Church with Electric Lash performed on Countdown on air date 4th September, Marty Willson-Piper looking absolutely STUNNING beyond words in this performance x.
  7. Untitled #23 is the 23rd album by the Australian alternative rock band The Church, released in March It was their 23rd Australian album-length collection of original studio recordings, counting the four outtakes albums (A Quick Smoke at Spot's, Parallel Universe, Beside Yourself & Back with Two Beasts), the covers album A Box of Birds and the acoustic albums El Momento Descuidado & El Missing: Seance.
  8. Beginning with a soft piano and guitar start, it's not until the (frankly horrible) drum machine punches kick in that "Electric Lash" sounds like a classic early Church song. Which it is, though its best appeal lies in how Steve Kilbey sings it, because as performed and arranged it's .
  9. The Church's third album, Seance (), was a somewhat unexpected about-face from The Blurred Crusade's jangling psychedelia and upbeat rock. Considerably more atmospheric and brooding in feel, the songwriting employed a greater emphasis on keyboard and string effects with the guitars taking largely textural roles on some songs/5(16).

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