Suns of the Tundra | Illuminate - EP

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Illuminate - EP

by Suns of the Tundra

"Beaming their expansive, epic songs in from rock's outer limits, they provide a hypnotic rejuvenating cure. They wear their progressive wanderlust as a badge of honour." (Kerrang!)
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Illuminate
4:40 $0.59
2. Not Everything is Significant
7:47 $0.59
3. Made of Stone
4:44 $0.59
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Album Notes
This EP consists of out-takes from 2006 album Tunguska (Shiny Mack SM003), reviewed by as follows: "Suns Of The Tundra evolved from the early-90s cult UK rock band Peach, famous for featuring Tool bassist Justin Chancellor. Combined with members of Mint 400 and Cortizone, Suns Of The Tundra enter a new era of progressive rock with their second full length album ‘Tunguska’ and it’s huge! A sprawling mass of sonic noise and grooves, these guys successfully take rock to the next level and every second of this CD is epic in it’s scope and sound. If you were lazy you could call them the UK equivalent of Tool, but we’re not and we won’t. Just be safe in the knowledge that Suns Of The Tundra will grow to Radiohead proportions or sink into obscurity because they’re just too damn clever for the lowest common denominator that you need to appeal too for success in the mainstream. Either way, this is a fucking great record."
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