Pow Pow - Last Days On Earth album download
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|A3||Last Days On Earth
Vocals – T-Cell*
Lead Guitar – Audun Borrmann
Vocals – T-Cell*
Congas – Tore Brevik
- Bass – Anders Bjørke
- Design – Magnus Voll Mathiassen
- Drums, Gamelan – Thomas Aslaksen
- Effects [Special], Recorded By, Producer – Knut Sævik
- Producer – Pow Pow
- Recorded By, Producer, Mixed By – Audun Borrmann
- Synthesizer, Guitar, Piano, Electric Piano [Rhodes], Vibraphone, Sequenced By [Drum Machines], Written-by, Arranged By – Andreas Rutlin
- Synthesizer, Guitar, Vibraphone, Sequenced By [Drum Machines], Sampler [Samples], Gamelan, Written-by, Arranged By – Per Magnus Gundersen
- Synthesizer, Guitar, Vocoder, Piano, Sequenced By [Drum Machines], Sampler [Samples], Gamelan, Vocals, Percussion, Written-by, Arranged By – Sigurd Thomassen
NotesComes in a gatefold sleeve with die cut. With free mp3 download coupon.
|FY030||Pow Pow||Last Days On Earth (CD, Album)||Fysisk Format||FY030||Norway||2010|
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Norwegian post-rockers turned space rockers Pow Pow have created an electronic vibe reminiscent of Tangerine Dream and, more obviously, French keyboard wizard Jean Michel Jarre. In fact, this whole album is chock full of tunes that you can imagine Jarre blasting out to tens of thousands of people at a derelict East London dockyard in the late 1980s. Retro it may be but Last Days on Earth is infused with a rare élan that necessitates the highest recommendation.