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Axis: Thrones Of Love - Pink Mountaintops - Outside Love (CD, Album)

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  1. Pink Mountaintops - Axis: Thrones Of Love Lyrics. How deep is your love? Yeah, tell me how deep is your love? And how you've been making the seed. How deep is your love? Oh, mine was.
  2. Outside Love, an Album by Pink Mountaintops. Released 5 May on Jagjaguwar (catalog no. JAG; CD). Genres: Neo-Psychedelia, Psychedelic Pop, Indie Rock.
  3. Music Reviews: Outside Love by Pink Mountaintops released in via Jagjaguwar. Genre: Psychedelic Rock.
  4. May 05,  · Album · · 10 Songs. Available with an Apple Music subscription. Try it free. Radio Sign In Outside Love Pink Mountaintops Alternative · Preview SONG TIME Axis: Thrones of Love. 1. PREVIEW Execution. 2. PREVIEW While We Were Dreaming. 3. PREVIEW Vampire. 4.
  5. Jun 18,  · Pink Mountaintops: Outside Love. By Opener “Axis: Thrones of Love” serves as both an introduction and a thesis statement, establishing the album’s groggy wall-of-sound and McBean’s.
  6. Nov 30,  · Provided to YouTube by BWSCD, Inc. Axis: Thrones Of Love · Pink Mountaintops Outside Love ℗ Jagjaguwar Released on: Auto-generated by YouTube.
  7. Shrink-wrap sticker: "STEPHEN MCBEAN from BLACK MOUNTAIN returns with his third PINK MOUNTAINTOPS album—ten songs of love and hate that read like a Danielle Steele romance novel. This vinyl LP includes a coupon that can be used for a limited time to download MP3 audio files of the entire album.".
  8. In reality Outside Love is a far more coherent and finely constructed affair than that billing would have you believe. The songs have a real strength and depth to them, setting alt. country slow jams like 'And I Thank You' alongside strangely Christmassy showstoppers such as the great opener 'Axis: Thrones Of Love' and 'Come Down'.
  9. Outside Love is less jarring and challenging than Pink Mountaintops' mostly unchallenging Axis of Evol, and it is with very welcome arms that the listener greets afresh the trademark warm drone and fuzz. `Execution' borrows all of Phil Spectre's drums patterns and condenses them into one repetitive and smile-inducing `bm, bm, chk'. An alt /5(5).

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