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Feel No Other: Feel No Other (Silber)

Electric Bird Noise artist Brian Lea McKenzie extends his concepts in a new duo with vocalist Claudia Gregory (Exhaust the Fox, Claudia Versus the Queen of Hearts), with a new band name and a compelling set of epic electro-rock songs.
 

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Label: Silber
Catalog ID: Silber 152
Squidco Product Code: 18956

Format: CDR
Condition: New
Released: 2014
Country: USA
Packaging: Jeweltray
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Personnel:

Brian Lea McKenzie-guitar

Claudia Gregory-vocals

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track listing:


1. Pan's Shadow 0:50

2. My Brother's Guns And Knives 3:48

3. March Towards The West 1:00

4. Winter Is All Over You 4:26

5. Altavilla Milicia 4:12

6. Gunslinger 3:30

7. Eclipse 2:52

8. La Fiance De L'eau 3:55

9. Svynoyi Edohi 1:07

10. Even The Blue 4:32

11. March Towards The East 1:03

12. Toy Soldiers 1:01
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"Feel No Other started in 2009 with Brian Lea McKenzie (Electric Bird Noise) composing instrumentals that he thought needed strong female vocals. Even after playing shows with Claudia Gregory (Exhaust the Fox, Claudia Versus the Queen of Hearts) it wasn't until 2011 that things fell together for them working together. Gregory's background in americana storytelling & McKenzie's background in cinematic soundscapes has resulted in songs with an epic feel that could fit as well for the closing credits of an anime series as a David Lynch film.

On their debut album their songs bring to life stories reminiscent Guillermo Del Toro & Bob Dylan in equal measures. Nightmares alone in bed at night & broken relationships in foreign lands form a record that would sound as refreshing & heartfelt fifty years ago or fifty years from now as it does today."-Silber Media



"Gregory's background in americana storytelling & McKenzie' s background in cinematic soundscapes has resulted in songs with an epic feel that could fit as well for the closing credits of an anime series as a David Lynch film. On their debut album their songs bring to life stories reminiscent Guillermo Del Toro & Bob Dylan in equal measures. Nightmares alone in bed at night & broken relationships in foreign lands form a record that would sound as refreshing & heartfelt fifty years ago or fifty years from now as it does today."-Silber Media


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