Soft Head - Lies album FLAC
Head Full of Lies (Main Title from ''Residue'').
Beautiful Lies is the third studio album by British musician Birdy, released on 25 March 2016 through Atlantic Records. The album includes the singles "Keeping Your Head Up" and "Wild Horses".
Alternative Metal Lies. 1. World of Lies (Wol). 7. Panzer's Paradise. 8. S. 9. Live Fast Die Young + Rictus (Remix). Other productions from Lies. From the Ashes of Our World.
Beautiful Lies demonstrates the naturally soft but powerful vocal ability Birdy possesses, where the only thing that hits hard are the lyrics. In fact, this is the album Rachel Platten was trying so hard to put out. The songs are anthems. Birdy masters the difficulty of releasing an empowering album without beating the same message into the ground over again. The track connects with Keeping Your Head Up, a continuous theme throughout the triumphant album: Moving forward. Many moons will lighten the way And sure this night will follow a day, And everything you once loved remains, Unbroken, unbroken, unbroken. Beautiful Lies serves as Birdy’s coming-of-age album that is meant for no one but is for everyone. It’s empowering, vulnerable, and all-consuming in its soft but conquering tones. Safe to say, every song on this album will make more of a lasting impression than Skinny Love.
The discography of White Lies, a London-based indie rock band, consists of five studio albums, two extended plays and twelve singles. Formerly known as Fear of Flying, the group formed in Ealing in west London in 2002, whilst founding members Charles Cave and Jack Lawrence-Brown were both still at school. Harry McVeigh joined the band in 2004. They began as a "weekend project", before later releasing two 7-inch vinyls, ""Routemaster/Round Three" and "Three's a ".
Friends is the fourth studio album by English indie rock band White Lies.
SOFT HEAP, SOFT HEAD is a fusion music artist. The band went on tour in 1978, but with Pyle busy with National Health, Dave Sheen replaced him and the name was changed to Soft Head. Rogue Element, a live album from the Soft Head tour, was released in 1978, but the original Soft Heap line-up reconvened in October 1978 to record Soft Heap (released 1979). John Greaves (also from National Health) replaced Hopper in 1979-80, while 1981 saw a new line-up of Dean, Pyle, Greaves and Mark Hewins on guitar following Gowen's death that year.
Keeping Your Head Up, Birdy. lyric starters from Birdy’s 2016 album Beautiful Lies. Just pretend we’re better ❞ ❝ The world’s so fast and nothing lasts ❞ ❝ Cause I want to be forever ❞ ❝ I don’t need to be free ❞ ❝ I wish that I had the strength to let go, but I don’t ❞ ❝ I see the child in your eyes ❞ ❝ I know too. well that time will tell ❞ ❝ Oh, well, I’ve tried to be open but I’ve found it’s hard when you’re broken ❞ ❝ Tell me beautiful lies ❞ ❝ Trying to change your mind is like the weather ❞ ❝ And when you say my name I’ll be a memory ❞ ❝ My mind is a runaway
|Riverside Studios, Hammersmith, London, UK 1978-08-20|
|1-2||The Lonely Sea And The Sky||16:20|
|1-3||One Three Nine||10:36|
|Theater Beaurepaire, Angers, France 1978-04-26|
|2-1||Remain So ~ C.R.R.C.||19:32|
|Bonus Track : Elton Dean's Newsense Berlin Jazz Festival, Germany 1997-11-07|
- Alto Saxophone – Elton Dean
- Bass Guitar – Hugh Hopper
- Drums – Dave Sheen
- Keyboards – Alan Gowen