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Chorus Of Trees - Hammock - Raising Your Voice...Trying To Stop An Echo (Deluxe Edition)


2016
Label: Hammock Music - HMK-004LP • Format: Vinyl LP, Deluxe Edition, Limited Edition, Remastered, Stereo White, 150 gram • Country: US • Genre: Electronic, Rock • Style: Post Rock, Ethereal, Ambient
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  1. Listen to your favorite songs from Raising Your Voice Trying to Stop an Echo (Deluxe Edition) by Hammock Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon .
  2. Sep 30,  · Raising Your Voice Trying to Stop an Echo is the third studio album by American ambient/post-rock band Hammock. It was released on November 21, on Darla Records. It was reissued in by the band's own label, Hammock Music/5(3).
  3. Jan 27,  · Raising your voice trying to stop an echo. Skip navigation Sign in. Trying to Stop an Echo (Deluxe Edition) Hammock - Chorus of Trees YouTube;.
  4. glassyblue this is the most iconic album from Hammock, althrough the 26 musics we going deep into chill feeling and relexation, and even without words, those songs mean a lot, merci Hammock! Favorite track: Raising Your Voice Trying to Stop an Echo ( Remaster).
  5. Raising Your Voice Trying to Stop an Echo by Hammock, released 21 November 1. I Can Almost See You 2. Raising Your Voice Trying to Stop an Echo 3. Losing You to You 4. When the Sky Pours Down Like a Fountain 5. The House Where We Grew Up 6. God Send Us a Signal 7. Clouds Cover the Stars 8. Floating Away in Every Direction 9. Take a Drink from my .
  6. Instrumental only, no lyrics, written somewhat formulaically in a verse, chorus, verse, chorus, bridge, end-chorus fashion. The music and progression to and of the chorus is so beautiful and moving by itself that if they were to add lyrics at all, the words would only obscure the powerfull feeling that one gets from the tune/5(28).

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