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7 Commentsto More Music For Mallets, Voices & Organs (And Other Stuff) - Mice Parade - Ramda

  1. Tojakree says:
    Mice Parade's debut single, My Funny Friend Scott, introduced Pierce's genre-bending style, which he expanded on with that year's full-length debut, The True Meaning of Boodleybaye. On 's Ramda, Pierce upped the ante once more by recording the tracks and mixing the album in .
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  4. Meztisar says:
    Ramda: Mice Parade: britpop.samulrajasflamehuntersindragon.infoinfo: Musica. Passa al contenuto principale More music for mallets, voices & organs (and other stuff) Logic (parts 1 & 2) The reliable one man band of Mice Parade is guaranteed to please if you are a beat-oriented percussion hound of open mind. Weaving exotic, although highly circular instrumentation 4/5(3).
  5. Shagal says:
    I traded in a bunch of CDs at my local used CD store and now have more store credit than I know what to do with.:) I would like to find some CDs which feature vibraphone and/or marimba in the production, particularly in a dreamy way.
  6. Fenrikree says:
    Check out Ramda by Mice Parade on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on britpop.samulrajasflamehuntersindragon.infoinfo More Music For Mallets, Voices & Organs (and other stuff) More Music For Mallets, Voices & Organs (and other stuff) Listen Now $ In 4/5(3).
  7. Dolar says:
    The sophomore solo album from the Dylan Group's percussionist saw Adam Pierce follow his The True Meaning of Boodleybaye with a second stunning selection of post-rock brilliance. While the 15 tracks offer plenty of late-night introspection by way of the bassline that quietly finds its way through the swirling acoustics of "Good Red Road" or the vibraphonic "Headphoneland in the School of Old 8/

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