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Sunlight On The Moon

Sunlight On The Moon

Artist: Elf Power

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Digital Album: $9.99
Sunlight On The Moon
Sunlight On The Moon

Artist: Elf Power
DISK: 1
MP3
1. Transparent Lines
$0.99
2. A Grey Cloth Covering My Face
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3. Lift The Shell
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4. Sunlight On The Moon
$0.99
5. Grotesquely Born Anew
$0.99
6. Things Lost
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7. Darkest Wave
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8. You're Never Gonna Go To Heaven
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9. Strange Designs
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10. Manifestations
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11. Total Annihilation
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12. Chromosome Blues
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13. A Slow Change
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DETAILS
Format: CD
Label: Orange Twin
Rel. Date: 10/01/2013
UPC: 708527028223

More Info:

The album's title originates from accounts Rieger read of astronauts who described their experience of walking on the moon as disorienting and hallucinatory due to the utter darkness of the shadows on the moon, describing their own shadows as "pieces of night following them around". Some of the songs sprung from a return to Elf Power's original mode of songwriting, writing and recording the song simultaneously without rehearsal.

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