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Heavy - Slow Season - Heavy (Vinyl)

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  1. Products include limited edition runs of vinyl and cassettes with creative packaging and the label has eleven bands currently signed to its roster; Electric Citizen, The Well, Salem’s Pot, Slow Season, Albino Python, Sons of Huns, Black Prism, Old Man’s Will (US only), Monolord, Shooting Guns and .
  2. When the heavy colors fall on you You can not give 'em back And I don't think I'd trade The things that I now know If there's any way to learn on earth I'm certain, It's the heavy and the slow It's the heavy and the slow, oh See these nights are full of gold But I'm so alone And these days have so much grown But it's all so cold But I'm here so.
  3. r/heavyvinyl: All vinyl, no bullshit. Press J to jump to the feed. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. Log in sign up. User account menu. HeavyVinyl: Only analog is trve r/ heavyvinyl. Join. hot. hot new top rising. hot. new. top. rising. card. card classic compact. .
  4. SKU: EZRDR Categories: Bands, CDs, Mondo Drag, Vinyl Tags: heavy psych, heavy rock, Mondo Drag, Oakland bands, RidingEasy Records, The Occultation of Light, Uncle Acid Slow Season – Slow Season $ – $
  5. Record/Vinyl + Digital Album HEAVY 7" - order at www. ridingeasyrecords. com. Jun contact / help. Contact Slow Season. Streaming and Download help. Shipping and returns. If you like Slow Season, you may also like: Elephant Tree by Elephant Tree.
  6. This July will see death and doom metal collective, SUNKEN, release their long-awaited debut album, From Slow Sleep Like Death, with Italy’s powerhouse label Argonauta Records. The four-piece from Finland, who already formed in , creates its very own sound of melancholy, doom and death- infu.
  7. "Renaissance" resumes Vanilla Fudge's musical patterns after the experimental second record "The Beat Goes On", bringing on seven tracks fueled by Mark Stein's ubiquitous organ and vocals, the rhythm section of Carmine Appice & Tim Bogert, and the guitar of one Vincent Martell whose riffs sound more dense and heavy here than the first album, at times creating a genuine wall of 'heavy psych'.

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