Seven Words | The Wounds That Never Heal

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The Wounds That Never Heal

by Seven Words

A collection of cerebral synthpop, electropop, EBM and dark wave electronic remixes.
Genre: Electronic: Synthpop
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1. These Four Walls (Subjugation Remix)
8:22 $0.95
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2. Your Move (Monopoly Buzzy Remix)
4:28 $0.95
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3. Lessons (Fletch’s Being Boiled Remix)
5:22 $0.95
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4. Understanding (Time Will Tell Remix)
4:37 $0.95
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5. Wipe the Slate Clean (Monopoly Remix)
5:23 $0.95
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6. Your Move (DJ Ram Indecision Remix)
5:27 $0.95
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7. Wipe the Slate Clean (Proc.s Remix)
5:09 $0.95
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8. Voice of Gaia (Sericulture Retribution Mix)
4:12 $0.95
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9. Master of Your Mind (Synthetik FM Subconscious Remix)
4:52 $0.95
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10. Wipe the Slate Clean (12 Inch Extended Remix)
9:59 $0.95
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Album Notes
Seven Words is Paul Adams an English singer songwriter who produces insightful and often poignant synthpop, electropop and dark wave electronic music. 'The Wounds That Never Heal' is a thought provoking collection of remixes and reworks of some of the most popular and seminal Seven Words songs. Paul Adams intelligently and sensitively explores a diversity of complex themes from the potentially damaging psychological impact of nurture (Lessons) and humanity's exploitation of the planet (Wipe The Slate Clean, Voice of Gaia) to obsession and subjugation (These Four Walls).

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