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2009-02-04 13:32:30 UTC
Speaker Gain Teardrop is a 3 piece post-rock band from Hiroshima, Japan. I don't know how long this post is going to be here. Hope it stays for a while though. All I can say at this point... by all means get this album... listen to it while we still have a chance. I keep asking myself, could it be because its the first time I'm hearing them and that's why I find them so undeniably and unspeakably devine. This may sound hard to believe.... at some stage I even had to turn down the volume and pauses for a few moment just to digest the thrill and excitement that goes through my hearing senses. Its almost like an unbelievable adrenaline rush. Most definitely an epic discovery, a Mount Everest acheivement from this band that elevates in style and grandiose. Best album I heard this year. Okay I know I said the same on Hualun, Riding Alone For A Thousand Miles, Sarin and may be one or two more bands but seriously... Speaker Gain Teardrop are successfully mind blowing. Artist - Speaker Gain Teardrop Album - Particle Protocol [ * * * * * ] Release Date - 2008 Genre - Instrumental, Experimental, Post-rock Tracklist 01 - First Step 02 - Colophon 03 - Particle_Protocol 04 - Charcoal Feather 05 - Abbreviation 06 - Giving Tree 07 - Galaksio 08 - Colophon #02 (Kashiwa Daisuke Remix) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Speaker Gain Teardrop - Particle Protocol FILE REMOVED. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- speaker-4th-album-outline-3 Artist - Speaker Gain Teardrop Album - Randomize Scape [ * * * * * ] Release Date - 2004 Genre - Instrumental, Experimental, Post-rock Tracklist 01 No Strings 02 Cinematic Wording 03 Personal Effects 04 Hyphen 05 In This World 06 Hisametsuki-No-Sketch 07 Rhine -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Speaker Gain Teardrop - Randomize Scape FILE REMOVED -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Note. ~ Double Handsome Dragons ~ Fly Pan Am ~ Lovely Girls Are Blind ~ …And Stars Collide -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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