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  1. Zoloshura Reply
    And at this inopportune time I meet Gnod. I turn Gnod up, I feel the floor sway and the walls dance, and I sigh despondently as I realise Chaudelande would have achieved the duality necessary to truly enjoy an album. There is no pleasure without pain, no love without neutrality, and no record truly enjoyable unless there's someone it can perturb.
  2. Zugami Reply
    I saw "Man on Wire" and really enjoyed the music from the movie. My husband liked it as well, so I bought him the CD as a gift. The original music by Michael Nyman is very good. I was disappointed, however, that not all of the music used in the movie was on the soundtrack. (All of Michael Nyman's music is on the CD, just not all of the other /5(10).
  3. Mabei Reply
    Gnod Songs Popular or famous Gnod music songs: Holy Empire, A Visit To The Doctor, Tron, 5th Sun Chaudelande Version, Entrance, Man On The Wire. More music songs The Vertical Dead, Visions Of Load, Genocider, Shitting Through The Eye Of A Needle In A Haystack, Tony's First Communion.
  4. Tekazahn Reply
    Rocket Recordings follow up their mighty Gnod/$&$ split with the combined volumes of Gnod's 'Chaudelande' (sounds like Chod land, hehe) sessions. Six tracks frame Manchester's finest at the start of their European tour in the titular Normandy town, cutting between the psychepelvic churn and swagger of 'Tron' to the 'Visions of Load''s beardy motorik drive and the sprawling oriental.
  5. Dajar Reply
    Chaudelande Volume 2, an Album by Gnod. Released 29 February on Tamed (catalog no. TMD; Vinyl LP). Genres: Space Rock, Drone. Featured peformers: Paddy Shine (performer, guitar, electronics), Chris Haslam (performer, guitar), Marlene Ribeiro (performer, bass), Neil Francis (performer, vocals), Bertrand Duchemin (recording engineer), Karl Sveinsson (aka_text mixing role_id .
  6. Moshakar Reply
    Following the recent release of their mighty Chaudelande album on Rocket, John Freeman has an audience with Gnod and ends up playing sonic table-tennis and talking about astral travel, crazy Belgians and Eric Cantona: Salford Lads Cult: A Day In The Life Of GNOD Gnod .
  7. Mazukus Reply
    But it's Chaudelande's more dynamically diverse middle section that provides a glimpse as to the real freakiness going on in their headspace. 'Vertical Dead', 'Man On The Wire' and 'Entrance' make up nearly 40 minutes that see Gnod absorb all their worldly influences into a myriad of sonic catacombs.
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