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The Gandharvas - A Soap Bubble And Inertia FLAC
Performer:
The Gandharvas
Album:
A Soap Bubble And Inertia
Style:
Alternative Rock
Released:
1995
Country:
Canada
Label:
Thermometer Sound Surface
Catalog:
7007-1-41959-2-3
FLAC size:
1510 mb
MP3 size:
1333 mb
WMA size:
2362 mb


Tracklist


1The First Day Of Spring4:25
2Elevator Bugs3:12
3The Supreme Personality4:18
4Beakfulls Of Heroin4:48
5Saturn Quits Fasting3:58
6The Coffee Song3:20
7Soap Bubble Meets Inertia8:02
8Cans2:54
9Shadow4:40
10Dallying4:24
11Bundle4:20
12Circus Song2:40


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
WMD 89303The Gandharvas A Soap Bubble And Inertia ‎(CD, Album)Watch Music WMD 89303Canada1994
WMC 89303The Gandharvas A Soap Bubble And Inertia ‎(Cass, Album)Watch Music WMC 89303Canada1994
AVCM-65004The Gandharvas A Soap Bubble And Inertia ‎(CD, Album)Maximum XAVCM-65004Japan1995


Credits


  • Bass, VocalsEric Howden
  • Drums, PercussionTim McDonald
  • Guitar, PianoJud Ruhl
  • Guitar, Piano, E-BowBrian Ward
  • Lead Vocals, Piano, Percussion [Cans]Paul Jago
  • ProducerDan Brodbeck, The Gandharvas


Notes


Recorded at DB Studios, London, Ontario


Barcodes


  • Barcode: 700714195923


Companies


  • Record Company – Watch Music Company Ltd.


Video



Album


A Soap Bubble and Inertia is the debut album by Canadian alternative rock band The Gandharvas. It was released in 1994 on the Thermometer Sound Surface record label. By April 1998, the album had sold over 35,000 copies. The album's title is taken from a line in the novel Notes from Underground by Fyodor Dostoevsky. The album's single, The First Day of Spring, was named Song of the Year for 1994 CASBY Award by The Edge 102. 1 in Toronto, Ontario. In 2007 the same radio station ranked the song 14 in. The Gandharvas burst onto the Canadian alternative rock scene in 1994 with their debut, A Soap Bubble and Inertia, largely on the strength of the first track, The First Day of Spring. Opening as a languid, dreamy pop song, it soon builds to an explosive rock crescendo, with vocals by Paul Jago bearing a striking similarity to Perry Farrell's work with Jane's Addiction and Porno for Pyros. The song became a massive Canadian hit for the band. Track 10 from The Gandharvas' 1994 album, A Soap Bubble and Inertia. Поиск презентаций, докладов, научных статей, публикаций и других образовательных материалов по запросу album The Gandharvas A Soap Bubble And Inertia. A Soap Bubble and Inertia is the debut album by Canadian alternative rock band Gandharvas. The title itself is a reference to a passage in Notes from Underground , Fyodor Dostoevskys 1864 existentialist novella. A Soap Bubble and Inertia Q&A. Producers Dan Brodbeck & Gandharvas. More Gandharvas albums. Listen free to The Gandharvas A Soap Bubble and Inertia The First Day Of Spring, Saturn Quits Fasting and more. 12 tracks 51:01. Learn more. Recent Listening Trend. A Soap Bubble and Inertia. Band Name The Gandharvas. Album Name A Soap Bubble and Inertia. Type Album. Released date 1994. Labels Thermometer Sound Surface. Album by The Gandharvas. The First Day of Spring. Saturn Quits Fasting. The Coffee Song. Beakfulls of Heroin. The Supreme Personality. Soap Bubble Meets Inertia. Elevator Bugs. Circus Song. search for The Gandharvas , A Soap Bubble And Inertia. A Soap Bubble & Inertia is an album by The Gandharvas released in 1994. The Gandharvas - A Soap Bubble And Inertia JAPAN CD WOBI AVCM-65004 104-3 Condition: Very Good. Time left: 16d 13h 28m 53s Ships to: Worldwide. Soap Bubble & Inertia has been added to your Cart. Buy Now. Soap Bubble is experimental and quirky, and a very impressive first outing. Their potential wasnt fully realized until their next album, Kicking in the Water, but this one is stunning nonetheless. Most songs are infectious from the get-go, and the psychotropic title track still remains, years later, a frequently-spun staple in my stereo. Sadly, the Gandharvas are now defunct, but this album remains a telling legacy to the rare treasure that the band was. Read more. 5 people found this helpful. By February 1995, the album had sold 30,000 units in Canada. The album's single