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At the Soundless Dawn

At the Soundless Dawn
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Description: Adjectives like oceanic, atmospheric, and epic are what spring to mind when describing Red Sparowes' debut, At the Soundless Dawn. Their music is all of these things and more. Red Sparowes are often mentioned in the same breath as instrumental bands Isis, Pelican, and Sunn 0))), and while they share influences and have similarities, R ... (more)
Manufacturer: Neurot Recordings
Release date: 22 February 2005
EAN: 0658457103524 UPC: 658457103524
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Pandoras Folly rated this 8/10 5 months ago
The Flagship added this to a list 4 years, 10 months ago
Favourite albums of the 21st century (24 music items)

"Artist: Red Sparowes Country of Origin: United States Year of Release: 2004 Favourite three tracks: 1. Alone and Unaware, The Landscape Was Transformed in Front of Our Eyes 2. Our Happiest Days Slowly Began to Turn into Dust 3. Mechanical Sounds Cascaded Through the City Walls and Everyone Reveled in their ignorance Metacritic rating: N/A Reviewed? No"


The Flagship added this to a list 5 years, 9 months ago
Colours of the rainbow (70 music items)
spiegel added this to a list 6 years, 2 months ago
Ridiculously Long Song Titles (110 music items)

"Alone and unaware, the landscape was transformed in front of our eyes. Buildings began to stretch wide across the sky, and the air filled with a reddish glow. The soundless dawn came alive as cities began to mark the horizon. Mechanical sounds cascaded through the city walls and everyone reveled in their ignorance. A brief moment of clarity broke through the deafening hum, but it was too late. Our happiest days slowly began to turn into dust. The sixth extinction crept up slowly, like sunl"