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Brightest Darkest Day

Brightest Darkest Day

Artist: Pyyramids

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Brightest Darkest Day
Brightest Darkest Day

Artist: Pyyramids
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1. Brightest Darkest Day (Intro)
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2. Smoke And Mirrors
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3. Don't Go
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4. Do You Think You're Enough?
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5. Paper Doll
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6. Everyone Says
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7. Invisible Scream
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8. Time (Interlude)
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9. Time
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10. That Ain't Right
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11. Nothing I Can Say
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DETAILS
Format: CD
Label: PARACADUTE
Rel. Date: 07/23/2013
UPC: 766930013120

More Info:

2013 debut album from this musical project consisting of Tim Nordwind of OK Go and Drea Smith of the Chicago electro-pop duo He Say/She Say. The duo made the album in LA with the help of Dan from OK Go and Dave Fridmann (MGMT, Flaming Lips, etc). As Pyramids, both musicians are stepping outside of their respective comfort zones for an album of dark, soulful Rock.

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