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Black Mountain. Wucan.

noviembre 23, 2009

Video en directo. Canción.

Nombre: Wucan.

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Letra:

No, you don’t, ever wanna get some place where you cannot believe. High up on the sun, the howlin’ ones. High up on the sun, flower, flower train, that won’t bring you home. So we can come together, yeah, we can come together.

No, you don’t, ever wanna get some place where you cannot believe, high up on the sun, the haunted ones. Howlin’ in your head, “yeah, it’s a broken scene”, that won’t bring you home. But we could come together, yeah, we could come together.

No, you don’t, ever wanna get some place where you cannot believe. High up on the sun, the howlin’ ones. High up on the sun, flower, flower train, that won’t bring you home. No, you don’t, ever wanna get some place where you cannot believe.

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Músicos: Black Mountain.

Procedencia: Vancouver, Canadá.

Escrita por: Black Mountain.

Producida por: Black Mountain.

Biografía (Aloha Pop Rock).

Disco: In the future.

Año: 2008 (Jagjaguwar).

Género: Rock Psicodélico.

Crítica (Aloha Pop Rock).

Crítica (Wikipedia).

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Black Mountain. Angels.

septiembre 26, 2009

Video en directo. Canción.

Nombre: Angels.

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Letra:

Come on, lay your halo down,well, angels, lay your arms around, oh every city’s seen the setting sun, call ‘em kicks, you know they just begun, so come on, lay your halo down.

Oh, lady lady, don’t let your worry please, well you got something, and that ain’t nothing to just let be, so why you kicking all those storms around? And keeping fake down in the underground? Oh come on, lay your halo down.

So why you kicking all the rollies round? And keeping fake down in the underground? We won’t call curtain, still we know that you have found…

Come on, lay your halo down, angels, lay your arms around, oh every city’s seen the setting sun, call em kicks, you know they’ve just begun, come on, lay your halo down.

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Músicos: Black Mountain.

Procedencia: Vancouver, Canadá.

Escrita por: Black Mountain.

Producida por: Black Mountain.

Biografía (Aloha Pop Rock).

Disco: In the future.

Año: 2008 (Jagjaguwar).

Género: Rock Psicodélico.

Crítica (Aloha Pop Rock).

Crítica (Wikipedia).