Dying Seed | Gentle Souls

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Gentle Souls

by Dying Seed

"Dying Seed" hosts an exhilarating ride through the fun house of "Gentle Souls". You will venture into experimentally synthesized territory, winding through a maze of determined, upbeat songs, as well as haunting acoustics, all with a story to tell.
Genre: Rock: Experimental Rock
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1. Worth the Wait
4:26 $0.40
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2. Later That Night...
1:38 album only
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3. That's A Low Blow
4:20 $0.40
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4. A Gentle Hand
3:47 $0.40
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5. Tribal Song
2:33 album only
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6. Travellers
2:44 $0.40
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7. Extra Sensitive
4:35 $0.40
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8. Somewhere In the Distance
2:25 album only
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9. Falling On
3:45 $0.40
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10. Suffer
3:30 $0.40
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11. The Box of Stolen Tme
5:03 $0.40
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"Gentle Souls" is probably Dying Seed's weirdest(and strongest) anthology yet. On this latest project, we venture into experimentally synthesized territory, winding through a maze of determined, upbeat songs, all with a story to tell. Each track has it's own separate feel, while still coming together into a kind of theme. From tracks like "Worth the wait" and it's companion "Later that night... ," which take the listener on an exhilarating ride through the fun house, to a more serious song like "Extra Sensitive," the key sorrowful ballad of the album, it is apparent that this piece of work is very much like a peek into numerous spooky lives. With reoccurring themes of loneliness, loss, weakness, and despair, you will indeed be haunted by these suffering gentle souls.


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