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Nothing Can Hide from Light

by Jade Vine

Alternative/ Prog Rock
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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1. Last Days of Apathy
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2. Anticipation
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3. Lost It All
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4. One Last Time
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5. Drop of Sorrow
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6. Nothing Can Hide from Light
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7. Take Me Under
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8. Nothing I Can Do
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9. Lose Control
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10. Say It, Sell It
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Jade Vine is a four piece, London based rock band with an alternative/prog rock twist.

The band was originally formed in 2006 by brothers Constantine (guitar, vocals) and Marios Magdalinos (guitar, vocals) in 2006. They were joined by Babis Margaritidis (drums, percussion) in 2008 when the band was known as Uncaused Creation. Joining them in 2012 is Roy Stewart (bass guitar). Over the last 6 years Jade Vine has been performing throughout London building a large following.

2012 is proving to be a huge year for Jade Vine, changing the band name and forging a different creative musical direction.

Jade Vine’s music is influenced by bands such as Pink Floyd, Porcupine Tree, Anathema and Pain of Salvation, to name but a few. Jade Vine are currently finishing their debut album, produced by P. Moore and co-produced and supervised by Danny Cavanagh of Anathema.

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Katerina

Great album !!
Very nice album,very glad I bought it and I recommend it to all prog rock lovers...
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