Various - The Language Of Flowers - A Tribute To Pale Saints album download
Writer(s): IAN MASTERS, CHRIS COOPER, GRAEME NAYSMITH Lyrics powered by ww. usixmatch.
The Comforts of Madness is the debut studio album by British alternative rock band Pale Saints, released through 4AD on 12 February 1990. It peaked at number 40 on the UK Albums Chart. NME named The Comforts of Madness the 45th best album of 1990. In 2016, Pitchfork placed the album at number 21 on its "50 Best Shoegaze Albums of All Time" list. All tracks written by Pale Saints (Chris Cooper, Ian Masters, Graeme Naysmith), except where noted.
Album The Comforts of Madness.
This song is by Pale Saints and appears on the album The Comforts Of Madness (1990). Numbers and lettersSurfacing from a sea ofTreacle blackened stoneAnd carrying me back home. Voices from nowhereSeducing me to all theLyrics of the worldThe balance has been disturbed.
Redirected from The Pale Saints). Pale Saints were a British alternative rock band formed in 1987 by Ian Masters (bass/vocals), Graeme Naysmith (guitar), and Chris Cooper (drums) in Leeds, England. The group began as a jangly indie pop band, influenced by Primal Scream's early sound
No longer cradled In gravity's memory Staring and spinning In fragments of endlessness Spinning in torment Into the blinding white.