8 thoughts on “ The Horrors - Skying (CD, Album)

  1. Primary Colours wasn't a bad album at all- quite good actually- it was just unexpected. I was momentarily hampered by my own expectations of what The Horrors sound like, so I didn't expect The Horrors to produce something so polished, so mature. Skying continues this high level of production and it's a force to be recognized/5(59).
  2. Primary Colours wasn't a bad album at all- quite good actually- it was just unexpected. I was momentarily hampered by my own expectations of what The Horrors sound like, so I didn't expect The Horrors to produce something so polished, so mature. Skying continues this high level of production and it's a force to be recognized/5(60).
  3. Mar 17,  · referencing Skying, CD, Album, XLCD After the haunting and dark entry Primary Colours the hair-goth five-piece are beginning to see the light. With the absence of an external producer The Horrors expand their sound towards a more light, tripped-out, My Bloody Valentine, Primal Scream, Spacemen 3-kind affair/5().
  4. Mar 17,  · The Horrors: Skying ‎ (CD, Album) XL Recordings, Remote Control: XLCD Australia & New Zealand: Sell This Version: Recommendations Reviews Show All 3 Reviews. Add Review. LordRockingham March 17, Report; I'm sure there was a 3D sleeve edition of this when first released - I may have dreamt this. /5().
  5. Skying boasts a song called “Moving Further Away,” and that’s exactly what the Horrors do on their third album. Neither a return to Strange House 's goth-punk nor a simple continuation of Primary Colours ' acclaimed Krautrock/shoegaze fusion, this time the band sets the dials of its way-back machine for the mid- and late ‘80s, sampling post-punk luminaries such as Echo & the Bunnymen, the 8/
  6. May 04,  · On Skying, The Horrors continue an evolution set in motion by their two prior albums with an increased emphasis on melody and pop form/5(59).
  7. rows · Jul 07,  · Release Date 7 July Skying, the third album from five-piece Essex .
  8. CD, Album 1 Changing The Rain You Said I Can See Through You Endless Blue Dive In Still Life Wild Eyed Moving Further Away Monica Gems Oceans Burning

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