Centenaire - Centenaire

2009-01-25 15:19:24 UTC
Brief… “Centenaire” are from Paris France. Although based in France their self title release is pretty much referenced to English lyrics mostly. But seriously…. These days, just like many of us I’m not seeing to care much about lyrics or even worst having a specific state of mind about words. As long as I like what I hear on the music overall itself, then this is it. Artist - Centenaire Album - Centenaire Release Date - 2007 Genre - Indie, Alternative, Mod-folk Tracklist 01 Norway 02 Le retour 03 Castle 04 Take Me Home 05 Swan 06 The Day Before 07 Bugatti 08 Heavy for everyone 09 The Dress 10 Masquerade 11 Riverside 12 Ending Fast 13 You 14 Strong ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Centenaire - Centenaire Password - SirensSound.blogspot.com ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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