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by Nights on Venus

The 2nd of 2 EPs released by Nights on Venus/Craig in 2015, this 6-song collection continues in the vein of ethereal, atmospheric pop/rock instrumentals that NoV is known for with more of a rock edge.
Genre: Rock: Post-Rock/Experimental
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Porn Stars Stole My Subaru
Nights On Venus
3:58 $0.99
2. Unearthly
Nights On Venus
4:36 $0.99
3. Lightning Trees
Nights On Venus
5:27 $0.99
4. All Become One
Nights On Venus
5:26 $0.99
5. Past the Tipping Point
Nights On Venus
3:41 $0.99
6. We Move Off Together
Nights On Venus
4:48 $0.99
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Official release date 30 December 2015
Produced and Engineered by Craig C. Thomas
Recorded and Mixed at the 'Cave Recording Studio, Golden, Colorado, August - November, 2015
Nights on Venus is: Craig "Professor" Thomas - keyboards, guitars, bass and programming

Mastered by Brian Hazard at Resonance Mastering, Huntington Beach, California

Cover photo and design by CCT
All songs written by Craig C. Thomas
© 2015 Excellent Sky Records / Nights on Venus Music / Craig C. Thomas. All rights reserved.

The 2nd of 2 EPs released by Nights on Venus/Craig in 2015, "Unearthly" is quite a bit different than its predecessor, "Santos" - with its spiritual, quasi-religious overtones - released in July. Sonically, it's slightly more electronic, slightly more trip-hop, slightly more rock with a harder edge overall (check out "Lightning Trees") with an underlying/unifying theme. "Past the Tipping Point" references to (abrupt) climate change - as our earth, our home - the only one all of us will ever know - becomes more and more surreal and "Unearthly".



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