Radio Free Isaac (ABSOLUTE MUST HAVE...)

2008-11-30 13:55:30 UTC
I started my Sunday listening with "Radio Free Issac" and I am stuck and glue to their sounds that I barely feel like listening to any other tunes for the day. I must have heard "04. equals universe" 5 times already. This is MASSIVE... Artist - Radio Free Isaac Album - Broken Hearts and Other Mortal Wounds Release Date - 2004 Genre - Instrumental, Post-rock Tracklist 01. i'll shot you in the head and paint my walls with your brains 02. never shall we meet again 03. which part of -fuck you- don't you understand 04. equals universe 05. ...remember that kid 06. for the most beautiful eyes 07. for the most beautiful lies 08. boy + girl + stars Radio Free Isaac - -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ----------(And here is another well worth listen that adds up to just about 15mins. Three tracks all together but totally worthy.)----------- Artist - Radio Free Isaac Album - Vladek Ep Release Date - ??? Genre - Instrumental, Post-rock Radio Free Isaac - Vladek Ep

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