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Golden Diskó Ship - There'sa... ...chaos? album download

Golden Diskó Ship - There'sa... ...chaos? album download
Performer: Golden Diskó Ship
Title: There'sa... ...chaos?
Genre: Electronic
Style:Neofolk, Leftfield
MP3 album szie: 1517 mb
FLAC album size: 1767 mb

Referred to as the Golden Disk, the record is stolen by Megatron and his band of Predacons. The disk is revealed to contain a hidden message left by the original Megatron, instructing his descendants to venture back in time to prehistoric Earth and assassinate Optimus Prime, to change history and ensure a Decepticon victory against the Autobots. Jim Moray, an English folk singer, released the album Upcetera in September 2016. It contains the track 'Sounds of Earth' in which he interweaves the stories of the production of the Golden Record and the romance between Carl Sagan and Ann Druyan

Golden Diskó Ship is a Berlin-based t and video artist who performs live as a one-girl orchestra. Her imaginative soundscapes, shifting from delicate melodic lines steeped in nostalgia to the feedback arcs and textured distortion of machine abuse, evoke lucid dreams and have won critical praise for their fresh, eclectic collages of electronic and acoustic sound. Glitchy minimalism from Elon Katz, where songs are composed of pinprick synths and murmuring beats. Bandcamp New & Notable Jun 24, 2019. Dawn Of The Failed Units Pt. 1: Daniel Ruane by Daniel Ruane.

The Chaos is the fourth album by English post-punk revival band The Futureheads. It was released on 26 April 2010. The album is the band's second on their label Nul Records, and was preceded by a download-only single, 'Struck Dumb', on 2 December 2009. The track 'Struck Dumb', an example of the band's "classic angular guitar-rock", has been described as "a blast of pop-punk energy"


1 It Feels So Good To Feel Good Again
2 In The Same Clothes For Hours
3 Lost In 2
4 Things I Don't Have
5 I'm Not
6 The Alphabet
7 Not Saying It
8 thescreenthescreen