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Pram - Prisoner Of The Seven Pines Album

Pram - Prisoner Of The Seven Pines Album
Title:
Prisoner Of The Seven Pines
Performer:
Pram
Style:
Experimental
Released:
2008
Catalog:
RUG284T
Country:
UK
MP3 album size:
1027 mb
FLAC album size:
1738 mb
Genre:
Label:
Domino

Tracklist


1Hums Around Us (Vital Sandpit Remix)
Remix – Psapp
2The Silk Road/The City Surveyor (Aguirre Wrath Of Godsy Remix)
Remix – Godsy
3Beluga (LP Version)
4Salva (Throwing The Toys Into The Pram Remix)
Remix – Modified Toy Orchestra
5Beluga (The Beluguered Beluga Remix)
Remix – Grandmaster Gareth


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
RUG284TPram Prisoner Of The Seven Pines ‎(CDr, EP, Promo)DominoRUG284TUK2008


Credits


  • Music ByPram


Album


Prisoner Of The Seven Pines by Pram, released 20 July 2008 1. Beluga 2. Hums Around Us Psapp Vital Sand Pit Remix 3. The Silk Road Aguirre Wrath Of Godsey Remix 4. Beluga Grandmaster Gareth Remix 5. Salva Throwing Toys Into The Pram Remix. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card. Buy Digital Album. USD or more. Album 2008 5 Songs. More By Pram. The Moving Frontier. Museum of Imaginary Animals. The Stars Are So Big the Earth Is So Small. Stay As You Are. Dark Island is an album by English band Pram, released in 2003. The album contains the song Track of the Cat, which was used on a BT advert in 2003. Track listing. All tracks by Pram. Track of the Cat 4:13. Penny Arcade 4:27. The Pawnbroker 3:19. Paper Hats 4:05. Prisoner of the Seven Pines. Related articles. Domino Records. Too Pure. Track Listing: 1. Beluga album version 2. Hums Around Us Psapp vital sand pit remix 3. The Silk Road Aguirre wrath of Godsy remix 4. Beluga Grandmaster Gareth mix 5. Salva Throwing toys into the Pram Pram's Prisoner of the Seven Pines release is a remix EP of tracks taken from their recently released 'The Moving Frontier' album. The EP features remixes from Domino electronic duo Psapp. Listen Playing. Learn more. See this image. Prisoner of the Seven Pines CD EP Music Audio CD 2008. by Pram Author. A dizzy carousel of downtrodden electronica, PrisonerA dizzy carousel of downtrodden electronica, Prisoner takes Pram's sultry minimalism and builds atop an extraordinary wealth of effect-laden idealism that further magnifies the cinematic soundscapes of these Birmingham-born avant-gardeners. Setting sail with the unaffected album cut of Beluga initially appears a baffling decision. As phosphorescent and dreamy as the stumbled percussion and xylophonic chimes are, there seems little point in its existence on this, a remix record. Who'd have thought it: a remix record that stands up on its own. Prams Prisoner Of The Seven Pines truly is one of lifes oddities. Video: Pram, Beluga. Domino Recording Company - A UK independent record label. Browse music & releases from artists including Arctic Monkeys, Franz Ferdinand, The Kills, Album Version. 107 bpm, 12B, E major, 2008-07-20, Electronica, 0 5. 92 bpm, 7A, D minor, 2008-07-20, Electronica, 0 5. Pram, Throwing Toys. Pram from United Kingdom. The top ranked albums by Pram are The Stars Are So Big, The Earth Is So As You Are, The Museum Of Imaginary Animals and Helium. Prisoner Of The Seven Pines 12in Pram - 2008 RUG284T ID:15790 Condition: Used. Time left: 2h 13m 2s Ships to: Worldwide. RUG284T - Pram - Prisoner Of Seven Pines Tracks: A1: Beluga Album Version A2: Hums Around Us Psapp Vital Sand Pit Remix A3: The Silk Road Aguirre Wrath Of Godsy Remix By Cherrystones B1: Beluga Grandmaster Gareth Mix B2: Salva Throwing Toys Into The Pram Mix By Modified Toy Orchestra. More murder, mystery and suspense from Pram, who introduce us to the opiate-based celluloid swing of 'Beluga'. Taken from 'The Moving Frontier' LP, it's a fine example of eerily hypnotic electronics that exudes distorted 'lounge' appeal. Psapp add the snap crackle and pop to 'Metulana' with an altogether more upbeat version, whilst Cherrystones gets into his 'psyche' for a decent Takemitsu inspired retread on 'The Silk Road'. A fine EP