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Sólstafir - Svartir Sandar mp3

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Interprète: Sólstafir
Titre: Svartir Sandar
Pays: US
Publié sur: 18 Oct 2011
Style: Heavy Metal, Shoegaze
Catégorie: Rock
Classement: 4.7
Catalogue #: SOM 247
Label: Season Of Mist

Tracklist

1Þín Orð
2Svartir Sandar
3Stinningskaldi
4Æra
5Melrakkablús
6Djákninn
7Draumfari
8Fjara
9Kukl
10Sjúki Skugginn
11Ljós í Stormi
12Stormfari


Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
noneSólstafir Svartir Sandar ‎(12xFile, AAC, Album, 256)Season Of Mistnone2011
SOM 247LP, SOM247LP, SOM 247LPSSólstafir Svartir Sandar ‎(2xLP, Album, Ltd, RP, Cle)Season Of Mist, Season Of Mist, Season Of MistSOM 247LP, SOM247LP, SOM 247LPSFrance2013
AOF167Sólstafir Svartir Sandar ‎(Cass, Album, Ltd, RE, Bla)Artoffact RecordsAOF167Canada2014
SOM 247Sólstafir Svartir Sandar ‎(2xCD, Album, Ltd, Dig)Season Of MistSOM 247France2011
SOM 247Sólstafir Svartir Sandar ‎(2xCD, Album, RE)Season Of MistSOM 247US2013


Crédits

  • Artwork, Typography [Handwriting]Kim Holm
  • Backing VocalsHallgrímur Jón Hallgrímsson
  • Backing Vocals [Female]Ragnheiður Eiríksdóttir
  • BassSvavar Austman
  • Choir [Choir Consisted Of Members Of]Hljómeyki
  • Conductor [Choir Conducted By], Arranged By [Choir]Gunnar Ben
  • DrumsGuðmundur Óli Pálmason
  • Electric PianoHalldór A. Björnsson
  • Engineer [Assistant]Birgir Jón Birgisson, Elizabeth Carlsson
  • GongJón Björn Rikharðsson
  • GuitarSæþór M. Sæþórsson
  • Guitar, VocalsAðalbjörn Tryggvason
  • Mastered ByGöran Finnberg
  • Mixed ByFredrik Reinedahl
  • ProducerAðalbjörn Tryggvason, Fredrik Reinedahl
  • SaxophoneSteinar Sigurðsson
  • Voice [Spoken Voice]Gerður G. Bjarklind


Notes

Jewel Case Version


Codes-barres

  • Barcode: 822603124729
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LN08
  • Mould SID Code (Andyari): IFPI JI07
  • Mould SID Code (Gola): IFPI JI23


Entreprises

  • Recorded At – Sundlaugin Studio
  • Mixed At – Sundlaugin Studio
  • Mastered At – The Mastering Room


Video


Album

Artist: Solstafir, Album: Svartir Sandar Subscribe to Season Of Mist for new releases : https. Sólstafir - Fjara Official Video - Продолжительность: 7:17. Svartir sandar. Type: Full-length. Release date: October 14th, 2011. Catalog ID: SOM 247. Show lyrics. loading lyrics. Svartir Sandar by Sólstafir, released 18 October 2011 1. Ljós Í Stormi 2. Fjara 3. þín Orð. Sjúki Skugginn 5. Æra 6. Kukl 7. Melrakkablús 8. Draumfari 9. Stinningskaldi 10. Stormfari 11. Svartir Sandar 12. 2CD Jewel Case Includes unlimited streaming of Svartir Sandar via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. ships out within 7 days. Purchasable with gift card. Svartir sandar is the fourth album by the Icelandic band Sólstafir. It was released on October 14, 2011 through Season of Mist. A music video for the song Fjara was made in July 2011 and released in January 2012. Disc 1 Andvari. Ljós í stormi Lights in a Storm 11:35. Fjara Beach 6:44. Þín orð Your Words 6:13. Sjúki skugginn The Sick Shadow 5:07. Æra Honour 5:02. Kukl Humbug 5:08. Disc 2 Gola. Melrakkablús Prairie Hound Blues 9:58. Listen free to Sólstafir Svartir sandar Ljós í stormi, Fjara and more. 12 tracks 77:22. What the sprawling Svartir Sandar Black Sands actually sounds like is Robert Smith playing Krautrock in a fjord, or perhaps Kyüss regrouping in Reykjavik and trading their desert rock for, well, lava-field rock - equally drawn-out and groovy, but also grim like an Icelandic sunset in November, plowing ahead on steady, dynamic rhythms that induce a sort of trance laden. Album 2012 12 Songs. More By Solstafir. Í Blóði Og Anda In Blood and Spirit. Songs in album Sólstafir - Svartir Sandar CD 1 2011. Sólstafir - Ljos I Stormi. Sólstafir - Fjara. Sólstafir - Pin Oro. Sólstafir - Sjuki Skugginn. Sólstafir - Era. Sólstafir - Kukl. Sólstafir - Æra. Svartir Sandar Solstafir. Svartir Sandar review: No, this isn't Black Metal. It's one of the best albums of 2011. Okay, let's get something set straight. Svartir Sandar is not a Black Metal album. If you walk into this album wanting to hear a new Black Metal release, prepare to be sorely disappointed. What Sólstafir have released is a not-very-small LP filled to the brim with Shoegaze, Post-Rock, Atmospheric Sludge Metal and some hints of Progressive and Alternative Rock. Despite borrowing from some seriously overdone genres at least at the time of release, there's something about this album that's unique without really inventing anything different