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Amps for Christ / Failings split LP.
Failings - Sinking In - Meridian. Sinking Ships - Meridian 2005. To favorites 0 Download album. Listen album. Sinking Ships. Songs in album Sinking Ships - Meridian 2005. Sinking Ships - Exit Strategy. Sinking Ships - Grace. Sinking Ships - 39th And Glisan. Sinking Ships - The Furthest Place From Here. Ian Hawk is a Portland OR based artist primarily working in the feild of drone and repetitive rock music. His primary group Failings, originally started as a solo project, has since become a collaborative effort involving a multitude of musicians and performers, including Greg Fox Liturgy, Zs, Guardian Alien. and Garek Druss Saint Genet, Tecumseh, A Story of Rats. Recently the group released a split LP with Amps for Christ on Insulin Addicted Records. released December 29, 2014 Amps for Christ, Failings split LP. Ian Hawk & Thomas Thorson Failings Recorded, Mixed and Mastered at Underwater Studios by Thomas Thorson Insulin Addict Records Macedonia. Meridian - Sinking Ships. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Исполнитель: Sinking Ships. 2006 hardcore. Album 2006 12 Songs. Meridian Sinking Ships. Exit Strategy 02. Grace 03. 39th and Glisan 04. The Furthest Place From Here 05. The Sound 06. Ten To Five 07. IntChiro 08. Roads free to Sinking Ships Meridian Exit Strategy, Grace and more. 12 tracks 23:15. There are multiple artists named Sinking Ships. 1 A hardcore band hailing from Seattle, Washington. In 2005 the band released their debut full length, Meridian, consisting of old demos and read more. In 2005 the band released their debut full length, Meridian, consisting of old demos and new songs. At the end of 2005 Sinking Ships s read more. At the Hundredth Meridian is a song by Canadian rock band The Tragically Hip. It was released in April 1993 as the fourth single from the band's 1992 album, Fully Completely. The song peaked at 18 on the Canadian RPM Singles chart. The song was also featured in the Due South episode Heaven and Earth in 1995. When performing the song live, the band would often play it at a significantly faster tempo than on the album, and would use the instrumental break for a jam session lasting several minutes. While the majority of Meridian walks the consistently blurry line between deep house and Detroit techno, the album moves farther afield with the earthy breakbeat track What's Your Number, and disco-funk on Followed, and even quasi-post-rock for Disco Love. Of the more straight-ahead tracks, Cold Wait and the serene beauty of Flatlet make for two highlights