Where You Are - Cheer-Accident - The Why Album (CD, Album)

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  1. Gomuro
    Feb 26,  · Label: Complacency - CPCD • Format: CD Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Math Rock, Prog Rock, Post Rock Cheer-Accident - The Why Album (, CD) | /5(8).
  2. Shalar
    The Why Album by CHEER-ACCIDENT, released 14 October 1. Sub Herbs 2. Learning How To Fly 3. Today Today Today 4. Facialization 5. Driving A Nail With A Clock 6. You Never Bothered To Know Me 7. Man Of The House 8. Transposition 9. Transposition (Same Mix) Transposition (Same Mix) Where You Are Post Script Pockets The Answer
  3. Arashilmaran
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for The Why Album - Cheer-Accident on AllMusic -
  4. Gromi
    The Why Album, an Album by Cheer-Accident. Released 14 October on Complacency (catalog no. CPCD; CD). Genres: Progressive Pop. Featured peformers: Thymme Jones (vocals, piano, drums, trumpet), Phil Bonnet (guitar, vocals), Jeff Libersher (guitar), Dan /5(60).
  5. Megul
    The enigmatic Cheer-Accident formed in , when the members were in High School, but it wasn't until when they released their first album, Sever Roots, Tree Dies. These guys do things the hard way; they are not content to give their audience what their audience thinks they want.
  6. Tegal
    The Why Album is a music studio album recording by CHEER-ACCIDENT (RIO/Avant-Prog/Progressive Rock) released in on cd, lp / vinyl and/or cassette/5(1).
  7. Akigor
    Filename F:\Docs\Music\[bathstiplosidaca.kenlecaponathtyadarcsiphapindeiprob.co]\Cheer-Accident - - The Why Album [FLAC]\06 - You Never Bothered To Know bathstiplosidaca.kenlecaponathtyadarcsiphapindeiprob.co Peak level % Track quality % Test CRC A Copy CRC A Accurately ripped (confidence 1) [BE1D] Copy OK Track 7.
  8. Kigamuro
    Cheer-Accident discography and songs: Music profile for Cheer-Accident, formed 1 January Genres: Avant-Prog, Progressive Rock, Experimental Rock. Albums include Fear Draws Misfortune, Introducing Lemon, and Enduring the American Dream.
  9. Malalar
    (, CD) Cheer-Accident. The long-awaited (by whom?) followup to ’s seminal The Why Album. Just as long on tunefulness and even longer on ambition than its predecessor, this collection of pop gems is a satisfying listen both for folks who like a catchy tune and those who crave a bit more compositional intricacy. CD – USA.

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