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Goose (3) - Synrise (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. "The Snow Goose" is based on the novella "The Snow Goose" written by Paul Gallico in Later issues include "Music Inspired By" on the cover due to Paul Gallico's publishers had threatened to put a court injunction on the album. Scene descriptions as they appear on back of sleeve: "The Great Marsh" Just before dawn till sunrise. "Rhayader".
  2. Feb 07,  · Album Reviews: Goose - Synrise. The follow up to first Goose record Bring It On has been a long time in the making – nigh on five years, to be precise – but the opening synth squiggles of title track Synrise suggest little has changed for the Belgian quartet.
  3. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Synrise - Goose on AllMusic -
  4. Low prices on Goose discography of music albums at CD Universe, with top rated service, Goose songs, discography, biography, cover art pictures, sound samples, albums, etc. Your source for music, movies, and more Help. Help Center Contact Show only: CD (14) • Vinyl LP (8) • Import (12) • Contributed To (3) • Unknown (47) Sort By.
  5. Het is even wachten geweest naar het nieuwe album van Goose, maar sinds 19 oktober is hij dan toch verkrijgbaar. Na hits als Bring It On en British Mode was het nieuwsgierig afwachten wat het vervolg ging worden. Het nieuwe album heet Synrise en de hoes van dat album werd ontwerpt door Aubrey Powell, die ook verantwoordelijk was voor de hoes van Pink Floyds Dark Side Of The Moon.
  6. The Wax Monster Lives Behind the First Row of Trees by Moon Goose, releases 15 September 1. Shiny Man 2. Edible Druid 3. 10, Đồng 4. It Ain't True 5. South Popular Guy The Wax Monster Lives Behind the First Rows of Trees occupies a liminal space: between EP and album, between Iowa and Hanoi, between druid and mushroom, between life before COVID and life after it.
  7. Jul 22,  · Third Man is also set to release an album that could rewrite what we thought we knew about the proto-punk group The Stooges. The band’s legendary Goose Lake concert has reached near mythical status; as the story goes, bassist Dave Alexander had spent the entire show staring blankly, not playing a single note, and was fired shortly thereafter, marking the beginning of the end of the band.

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