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Immanu El | Moen

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by Immanu El

Genre: Pop: Ambient Pop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Agnes Day
7:45 album only
2. Lionheart
5:30 album only
3. Aerial
4:37 album only
4. Hogamon One
1:41 album only
5. Hogamon Two
3:48 album only
6. May
4:15 album only
7. Archers
4:09 album only
8. Tunnel
6:56 album only
9. Storm
4:14 album only


Album Notes
Only two years has passed since young IMMANU EL released their debut-album that was praised by a crowd of critics from all over the world. In this time the band have become one of the most touring independent bands in Sweden with 100 concerts in 20 countries and with a reputation as a glorious live act. From starting as totally self-driven on an underground level, IMMANU EL have stroked the world with an astonishing curiosity and a wide expectation for upcoming releases. In the summer of 2009 IMMANU EL went into the studio again to record their second album, and after a week of intense work and live takings the new record was complete. With captivating and moving melodies, mighty dynamics, forcing presence and with an unbelievable feeling, ‘MOEN’ is without doubt one of the most interesting albums from the Swedish independent scene in a very long time. IMMANU EL here gives us a unique sound somewhere in between an attitude-driven pop music and a heartrendingly beautiful post rock, and they do it with a quality that will reach the whole world.



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Even though i love the first album there is just so much improvement on the second one. Immanu El got really bigger and "phatter". So dreamy but easy to remember and really really catchy at the same time. Agnes Day and Archers are the winners for me on this album so far. I hope that Immanu El will continue making such music because this is "SOMETHING".