2009-04-29 10:03:11 UTC
cue-bring-back-my-love Cue is a four-piece instrumental "chamber-rock" band from Austin, TX w/ drums, violin, guitars, keys, bass, glockenspiel, tambourines, hearts, lightning bolts, soap, and water. ------------------ ( I suppose we all know Cue. ) ---------------- Artist - Cue Album - Bring Back My Love ( * * * * * ) Release Date - 2005 Genre - Instrumental, Post-rock, Experimental Tracklist 01 I 0:59 02 Handful Savants 5:56 03 The Sun Has Risen Twice Today 5:07 04 Every Wing All at Once 7:17 05 "The End of the Rule of Nostalgia" 5:43 06 VI 1:12 07 New Year (Pt. 3) 5:39 08 Thulsa Doom 6:42 09 Granny Suite 13:28 10 Bring Back My Love 7:35 11 XI 1:58 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Cue - Bring Back My Love Password - ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ cue-wedding-song Artist - Cue Album - Wedding Song ( * * * * * ) Release Date - 2007 Genre - Instrumental, Post-rock, Experimental Tracklist 1 (Every Wing Hits at Once) 1:35 2 Wedding Song for Living Things and Dead Things 4:01 3 Can You See My Skeleton? 7:38 4 Capture the Flag 3:26 5 YROKROLSUKKDN2002 8:53 6 The Last Good Year of My Life 4:27 7 Forests of Pencil Pierced Children 4:55 8 Fleur de Lis 6:02 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Cue - Wedding Song Password - ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Recommendations: Oceans - Nothing Collapses Sweek pg.lost The Dukes of Leisure Dinner - And… Hearing Things ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Thanks a mil' Rob Nick' I've been looking for this one and "danasince1979..." for the Wedding Song release. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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