***** Ahkmed - Distance *****

2009-05-28 14:36:16 UTC
POST STONER. Swirling, fuzzy space rock travelling to the planets of "Hawkwind", "Pink Floyd", "Kyuss" and "Mogwai". -------------------- ( Definitely 5 stars to the square. Everyone should GET THIS right now. Honestly guys... I wouldn't want anyone to miss this ). -------------------- Artist - Ahkmed Album - Distance ( * * * * * ) Release Date - 2009 Genre - Space-rock, Post-rock, Post-metal Tracklist 01. - Strega 02. - Saltwater 03. - Iemanja 04. - Soma 05. - Caldera 06. - Temple 07. - Distance Ahkmed - Distance Password - SirensSound.blogspot.com ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Recommendations: Telemetrics - Callsign: 65:41 Bardo Pond Grails Surface of Eceon Ships Of Fools - Out There Somewhere ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ MILLION THANKS GIAA... ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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