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Amber - The Cooper Temple Clause - See This Through And Leave (Vinyl, Album)

   17.05.2020  7 Comments

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  1. Jul 03,  · The Cooper Temple Clause; Album See This Through and Leave; The Cooper Temple Clause - Amber - Duration: 50+ videos Play all Mix - The Cooper Temple Clause--Panzer Attack YouTube;.
  2. Following only 19 months after See This Through And Leave, The Cooper Temple Clause released their second album Kick Up the Fire, and Let the Flames Break Loose on 8 September The album, which saw the band record for the first time at their own studios Bleak House, had a different style to it and increasingly incorporated electronic Genres: Alternative rock, post-hardcore, new prog, space .
  3. See This Through and Leave, an Album by The Cooper Temple Clause. Released 11 February on Morning (catalog no. ; CD). Genres: Indie Rock, Alternative Rock/5(17).
  4. Feb 11,  · (P) Morning Records except tracks 3 & 7 (P) Morning Records (C) Morning Records Made in the EU For Tom Riddett "Who Needs Enemies?" contains samples from "Walk On By / By The Time I Get To Phoenix" performed by Isaac Hayes courtesy of Stax Records / Fantasy, Inc. written by Bacharach And David and published by Windswept Music (London) Ltd. / Universal /5(18).
  5. The Cooper Temple Clause were pretty much unheard of until early and their fantastic debut "See This Through And Leave" rubber stamped them as the future of rock music. Their sound is unique, mixing thrashed out rock tracks with electronic beats and /5(8).
  6. Who Needs Enemies? Lyrics: My oh my, I'm seeing the potential / Let's just see what we can do / First we'll take you down back to the meathouse / And then you'll hold their hands again / I know.
  7. The Cooper Temple Clause follow up their debut album "See This Through and Leave" with "Kick Up The Fire" (10 tracks, 53 min.), with excellent results. For those not familiar with TCTC, think Hawkwind-meets-Radiohead-meets-Pink Floyd, but with more guitars.4/5(13).

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