Antennas To Heaven

2008-12-18 16:17:44 UTC
Antennas to Heaven were formed in late 2005 in the North East of England. There are two members in the band Phil Hodgson who writes the lyrics and David Smith who does the music and vocals. Debut album ‘The Line Between Myth And Reality Has Always Been In Finland’ was released in July 2006. The follow up album ‘Hermeneutics’ wii be released on 13th August 07 with single ‘Gravy Is Gravy’ to be released on 2nd July 07 Artist - Antennas To Heaven Album - The Line Between Myth and Reality Has Always Been in Finland ( * * * * * ) Release Date - 2007 Genre - Instrumental, Post-rock Tracklist 1 Funnier With a Plank 4:40 2 Redlight 3:30 3 Twisted Innards 3:32 4 Mallows 3:24 5 The Wall's End 3:48 6 The Dicing 2:02 7 Hunting 6:58 8 A Good Boy 2:46 9 This Bloody Tarkhovsky Film 3:44 10 Big Trev 4:06 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Antennas To Heaven - The Line Between Myth and Reality Has Always Been in Finland Password - SirensSound.blogspot.com ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Artist - Antennas To Heaven Album - Hermeneutics ( * * * * ) Release Date - 2008 Genre - Instrumental, Post-rock Tracklist 01. Inclusion / Exclusion Criteria 02. Gravy is Gravy 03. Domino Whore 04. My Robot Lets Me Watch The Cricket 05. 27 Minute Problems 06. Ghost Carp 07. The Martian 08. Play Off 09. Canine Keith 10. The True Tale of Felix Mankins 11. 0734 12. The Guns Of The Kind ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Antennas To Heaven - Hermeneutics Password - SirensSound.blogspot.com ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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