My Electricity - The Gathering - How To Measure A Planet? (CD)

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    Recorded on their How to Measure a Planet? tour, Superheat is the Gathering's first live album. Songs like 'Sand and Mercury,' 'Nighttime Birds,' 'Rescue Me' and 'Probably Built in the Fifties' demonstrate the band's ability to shift from ethereal bliss to malevolent metal, and these contrasting styles are only emphasized in concert. 11 tracks including one CD-ROM bonus track, /5(6).
  • Faukazahn
    How to Measure a Planet?, an Album by The Gathering. Released 9 November on Century Media (catalog no. CM ; CD). Genres: Progressive Rock, Art Rock.
  • Zolozahn
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of How To Measure A Planet? on Discogs/5(3).
  • Garg
    If Mandylion and Nighttime Birds were the warm-up, then How to Measure a Planet? is the real deal. The Gathering have always had a talent for progressive-sounding metal, but with this release they take the style to a whole new level. Anneke Van Giersbergen's vocals are the stuff of dreams, and the band's sound is stepped up more than just a few notches.. Centered on the concept of travel and.
  • Malalmaran
    Mar 23,  · How to Measure a Planet? () track 14 [Disc 2] Instrumental (*The song is 28 minutes long, so I had to divide it into 3 parts. This is part 1.).
  • Taktilar
    My Electricity Lyrics: I send your name / Up into the sky / And the wind blows it back into my face / You see, even nature / Reacts on me / And all my electricity / Will make it across your sea / With.
  • Mikajas
    The Gathering discography. Jump to navigation Jump to search. This is the discography for Dutch Formats: CD, CS, LP, digital download How to Measure a Planet? "My Electricity" Hans Nagtegaal: "Eléanor".
  • Samulrajas
    A new Gathering era began with this album, "How to Measure a Planet". A complete departure from everything created before by them. This album led into "If_then_else", the more rock oriented album, and then onto "Souvenirs", which is most frequently described as Trip-Rock. This is the Gathering at their most experimental.
  • Tozahn
    How to Measure a Planet? is the fifth studio album by the Dutch alternative rock band The Gathering. It was released as a double CD on 9 November by Century Media Records. The album was recorded at Bauwhaus Studios, Amsterdam and Wisseloord Studios, Hilversum between July and October under the guidance of producer Attie Bauw.
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