The Thoughts - Ecstasy album FLAC
The Thoughts Second single on The Teldec Label 1984.
Abstract Thoughts from the album Deceitful Melody (2000) performed by Odes Of Ecstasy.
The Politics of Ecstasy is the second full-length studio album by Thrash/Power Metal band Nevermore. It was released in 1996. The album is named after Timothy Leary's book of the same name. The first chapter of that book is entitled "The Seven Tongues of God", which is the title of the first song on the album. There is a spoken word sample in the track "Next In Line" from the Adrian Lyne movie, Jacob's Ladder. All lyrics written by Warrel Dane; all music composed by Jeff Loomis.
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Indie Rock The Essence. Data de aparición 1988. Labels Midnight Music. Estilo MusicalIndie Rock. Miembros poseen este álbum1.
The Politics of Ecstasy. Power Metal Nevermore (USA-1). 队列表 Power Metal Nevermore (USA-1) The Politics of Ecstasy. 1. The Seven Tongues of God. 2. This Sacrament. 5. The Politics of Ecstasy. 7. Tiananmen Man. 8. Precognition.
The band’s seventh album is compulsively listenable, oddly moving, and stranger than it first appears. The band’s seventh album is compulsively listenable, oddly moving, and stranger than it first appears. A line as throwaway as Do you have faith to feel in this world seems profound for the kinds of thoughts it inspires with the soaring music accompanying it. If this sounds like testimony from someone who has done a slow-acting but effective hallucinogen, then I’ve managed to deliver the correct impression.
|A||Ecstasy (Love Mix)||6:48|
|B||Ecstasy (Instrumental Version)||3:53|
- Producer – Clive Scott
- Saxophone – Gary Barnacle
|6.20 353, 6.20353 AE||The Thoughts||Ecstasy (12")||Teldec, Teldec||6.20 353, 6.20353 AE||Germany||1984|
|6.14 160||The Thoughts||Ecstasy (7", Single)||Teldec||6.14 160||Germany||1984|
|6.14 160, 6.14160 AC||The Thoughts||Ecstasy (7", Single, Promo)||TELDEC, TELDEC||6.14 160, 6.14160 AC||Germany||1984|