2010-10-01 10:29:55 UTC
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- I'm not going to write 300 words here... By now we all know the standard of compilation ~ various artists to expect from [ RÁDIO ETIÓPIA ]. There is a couple of folk, Indie and alternative-country tracks also involves on this particular one but all in place and turned out to be just another good mix all together. See related posts below and... -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<< [ STREAM LISTEN OR DIRECT DOWNLOAD BE SURE TO HAVE A GO ] >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Related Posts... [ Yasushi Yoshida ] [ Sylvain Chauveau ] [ Antenne ] [ Immanu El ] [ Raised By Swans ] [ HATR Project ] [ Often The Thinker ] [ Thomas Feiner & Anywhen ] -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Artist - RÁDIO ETIÓPIA [ VA ] Album - ADIÓS MI PEQUEÑA DAMA Release Date - 2010 Genre - Ambient, Piano, Mod-classical, Neo-classical, Folk, Alternative-country, Indie, Shoegaze Tracklist 01. Yasushi Yoshida – Little hand 02. Ana Ribeiro’s Voice + Sylvain Chauveau – Il fait nuitnoire à Berlin 03. Francesco Tristano – Andover 04. Antenne – Gloves on 05. Mumford & amp/Sons – After the storm 06. J. Tillman – Light of the living 07. Yasushi Yoshida – Parade of closure 08. Final Fantasy – Joys 09. The Ropes – Love is a chain store 10. Immanu El – Archers 11. 28 Degrees Taurus – Single suicide mode 12. Raised By Swans – Hail of arrows 13. Hemisferio 3100 – Mi brojula 14. Eraldo Bernocchi & Black Film – Broken optimism 15. Mon Insomnie – Keep love 16. HATR Project – Adiós, mi pequeña dama 17. California Snow Story – Begin again 18. Often The Thinker – The juggler , the drinker 19. Holly Miranda – No one just is 20. Thomas Feiner & Anywhen – Scars & glasses 21. Jesper Norda – Tomorrow you’ll be forgiven but tonight you will have your teeth knocked out -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Stream Listen ~ RÁDIO ETIÓPIA [ VA ] - ADIÓS MI PEQUEÑA DAMA Direct Download ~ RÁDIO ETIÓPIA [ VA ] - ADIÓS MI PEQUEÑA DAMA --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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