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Oceansize - Everyone Into Position

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Reviewer :
Kaj Roth Format: Album
Year: 2005
Label: Beggars Banquet
Genre: Prog-Rock/Art Rock
Producer: Oceansize/Dan Austin
Artist discography



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Location:Manchester,U.K
Discography:A very still movement EP (2001),Relapse EP (2002),One day all this could be yours EP (2003),Effloresce (2003),Music for nurses EP (2004),Everyone into position (2005)
Bandmembers:Mike Vennart - Vocals/Guitar,Gambler - Guitar,Steve Durose - Guitar/Vocals,Jon Ellis - Bass,Mark Heron - Drums
Influences:Pink Floyd,Black Sabbath,Janes Addiction,The Verve,Nine Inch Nails,
Will appeal to fans of:Cave In,Cooper Temple Clause,Hundred Reasons,Amplifier,Open Hand
Albumtracks:Total length:1,06,49
1.Charm offensive (7:19)
2.Heaven alive (6:21)
3.Homage to shame (5:52)
4.Meredith (5:26)
5.Music for a nurse (8:16)
6.New pin (5:11)
7.No tomorrow (7:10)
8.Mine host (4:19)
9.You can?t keep a bad man down (7:36)
10.Ornament/The last wrongs (9:23)
Kaj?s final words:A truly interesting band that blends the psychedelic rock of Pink Floyd with Black Sabbath riffs in a Britpop package,good album but just a little too long!

Tracklisting 1. The Charm Offensive
2. Heaven Alive
3. A Homage To A Shame
4. Meredith
5. Music For A Nurse
6. New Pin
7. No Tomorrow
8. Mine Host
9. You Can’t Keep A Bad Man Down
10. Ornament/The Last Wrongs


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Charlie
TOO LONG?!

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