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Paradise Motel, The - Still Life FLAC album

Performer: Paradise Motel, The
Genre: Other
Title: Still Life
Released: 1996
FLAC version ZIP size: 1386 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1835 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1866 mb
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Still Life was an album by Tasmanian rock band The Paradise Motel Later copies of the album were accompanied by the bonus CD Junk Mail, a half-hour instrumental soundscape. It is still regarded as one of the band's most popular albums, and live sets still feature many songs from it. The album followed on from the EP Left Over Life To Kill released several months earlier, and is considered their debut.

Still Life was an album by Tasmanian rock band The Paradise Motel. Later copies of the album were accompanied by the bonus CD Junk Mail, a half-hour instrumental soundscape. This album began the band's interest in disappearances and landscape. Two singles were taken from the album, 'Bad Light' and 'Calling You'. The album was preceded by their cover of the Miracles' "Going to a Go-Go", which became a Top 30 hit in the United Kingdom and United States, while follow-up single, "Time Is on My Side" managed to reach the lower part of the UK charts. Still Life was a commercial success, reaching in the UK and in the . going platinum there, but was not critically well-received, being admonished for sounding too slick and lacking any rough edges expected in a Rolling Stones performance.

26 December 2015 ·. The storm is past, but it hath left behind it Ruin and desolation. The melancholy reeds whisper together As if some dreadful deed had been committed They dare not name, and all the air is heavy With an unspoken sorrow! Premonitions, Foreshadowings of some terrible disaster Oppress my heart. as my life crossed into the night. Bound to their sleep, cradled by the gentle night. The Paradise Motel - The Promise. from the 2009 album - I Still Hear your voice at night. 30 September 2015 ·.

Profilo: The group formed in Hobart, Tasmania in the early 1990s, with Bickford, Aulich and Bailey where they played one concert, before relocating to Melbourne in 1995. In January 2008 recording began on the band's third studio album 'I Still Hear Your Voice At Night', completed at the end of 2008. Longtime violinist and co-arranger Campbell Shaw became a full-time member of the band after recording, bass guitarist Esme MacDonald joined shortly before recording as did drummer Damien Hill. In December 2008 drummer Damien Hill took his own life and the album was not released until January 29th 2011, the date Hill's daughter was born shortly after his death.

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By September 1998 The Paradise Motel had relocated to the UK and issued their second album, Flight Paths, there It indicated a denser production, other singles and a UK tour followed UK magazine, Melody Maker had described them as "a deliciously unsettling proposition" Mushroom and Infectious Records had the group as their first signing to the London-based branch After touring Europe with.

The Paradise Motel are an independent Australian rock band originally formed in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia in 1994. They relocated to Melbourne and issued two albums on Mushroom Records, Still Life (1997) and Flight Paths (1998) before moving to the United Kingdom where they disbanded in 2000. The group reformed in 2008 in Melbourne and issued further albums, Australian Ghost Story (2010) and I Still Hear Your Voice at Night (2011). Their most recent album OH BOY was released in September 2013.