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  1. PURE SOUND - ACTS OF NEW NOISE (CD by Euphonium Records) This is already the third album by Pure Sound, the band around Vince Hunt, following 'Yukon' (Vital Weekly ) and 'Submarine' (Vital Weekly ). But the story about this album starts long ago, twenty-three years.
  2. The title track Go Well Diamond Heart is one of the more interesting songs on that album with a menacing wall of sound courtesy of the whole band helped out with war like sound effects. Passengers is a slow burner building to the obligatory soaring guitar solo whilst First Thought from the same album is an average mid-tempo ballad.
  3. Nov 21,  · The swirling sound effects and bouncy riffing do give the song an air of innocence, though, and Martin's heartfelt delivery of the song's lyrics .
  4. Frustrated by a lack of informed and honest review websites covering a wide range of electronic music, I write them myself.
  5. May 15,  · EXCELLENT HIT AND IMPACT SOUND EFFECTS CINEMATIC HITS is part of our highly successful “Cinematic Series”. It contains a ton of absolutely unique and high-quality hit and impact sound effects like HITS, IMPACTS, SUB BOOMS, ENDINGS to boost your trailers, teasers, presentations, IDs or any other project that misses some high quality design elements.
  6. Aug 01,  · I first heard the opening pair of Sgt. Pepper’s tracks on my oldest sister Anne’s 8-track of , often called “The Blue Album.” It was a greatest-hits compilation released with , or “The Red Album,” and both were quite popular. I was probably 10, and hearing the audience sounds, I thought the title track was.
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  8. A while back I reviewed Black Sabbath's two cd best of compilation ("The best of Black Sabbath") and found it wanting. Having listened to their debut album, I think I can point the finger at why I found that to be the case: when you buy a greatest hits albums, well, you want many of the songs to sound like greatest hits.

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