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Mark Lanegan - Radio Sampler (CD)

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  1. Gromi
    Phantom Radio, an Album by Mark Lanegan Band. Released 21 October on Vagrant (catalog no. VR; CD). Genres: Singer/Songwriter, Alternative Rock. Featured peformers: Alain Johannes (producer, recorder), Mark Lanegan (vocals, writer).
  2. Fenrigul
    Phantom Radio. by Mark Lanegan Band | out of 5 stars Audio CD MP3 Music Listen with Music Unlimited. Or $ to buy MP3. Vinyl Mark Lanegan - Blues Funeral [Japan CD] BGJ by Mark Lanegan Band | Audio CD Currently unavailable. Mark Lanegan - Bubblegum [Japan CD.
  3. Kazinos
    Oct 12,  · Nonetheless this is avowedly a Mark Lanegan album, one where he sounds as if he’s having a ball. “Stich It Up” is an up-tempo romp with soaring bass guitar and an uplifting chorus. The powerful ballad “Playing Nero” recalibrates Joy Division’s “Atmosphere” but with a forcefulness that transcends its roots.
  4. Vogami
    Mark Lanegan Band’s follow up to the critically acclaimed Gargoyle was released on the 18th of October Limited Heavyweight 'Sea Blue' Edition - Double vinyl - Gatefold - Downloads available with each LP purchase. Standard CD also available.
  5. Vigor
    Stream Phantom Radio by The Mark Lanegan Band and tens of millions of other songs on all your devices with Amazon Music Unlimited. Exclusive discount for Prime members. Another CD in a prolific body of work. This CD has more streamline licks with more synthesizers. But it doesn't get slick because Mark's gritty vocals stand out even more/5(82).
  6. Fenrisho
    'Straight Songs of Sorrow' combines musical trace elements from early Mark Lanegan albums with the synthesized constructs of later work. The album feels both definitive and unique, a culmination of its creator's arc yet also indicative of the energy that drives him onto future horizons.
  7. Dougrel
    I've been digging into Mark's back catalog based on his recent string of superb albums: Blues Funeral (),Black Pudding (), and Phantom Radio (). Don't miss them! Mark Lanegan is still making great music 14 years after this record came out/5(39).

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