Stanleylucasrevolution | Demolition 45 Ep

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Demolition 45 Ep

by Stanleylucasrevolution

In 2009 STANLEYLUCASREVOLUTION will be reducing their carbon footprint by releasing a series of 'green revolution' EP's only available digitally. The first of these EP's is Demolition 45.
Genre: Pop: Quirky
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1. Demolition 45
4:07 $0.99
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2. Today
4:33 $0.99
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3. Behind
3:34 $0.99
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4. The End
1:53 $0.99
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Following up last years critically acclaimed CD 'Evolutionary Sunset Call' STANLEYLUCASREVOLUTION are back with the first in a series of 'green revolution' digital only EP's... Each EP will feature a brand new song and three songs from the SLR back catalog.

The first EP is 'Demolition 45' and the title track is a menacing, slow building, hypnotic classic that will be revolving around your brain long after it finishes... The second track 'Today' is the opening song from the LP Words and is another catchy track with it's poignant "one thing that's for sure, no-one cares any more" refrain...

Third track is the beautiful 'Behind' (from the LP 'Flowers and the Fall') which strangely has a little of a Guns 'n' Roses ballad about it, but in a parallel world where Axl Rose was a Bowie devotee. Finally, the instrumental 'The End' (from the LP 'The New Pneumonic Swing') where snippets of orchestral strings are broken up by some rave keyboards, occasional drum fills and thunder claps which paint an apocalyptic picture...

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