Remembrance Day - Big Country - The Seer (CD, Album)

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  1. Yor Reply
    The Seer is the third studio album by the Scottish band Big Country, released in The album featured very traditional Scottish musical settings, reminiscent of the band's debut album The Crossing (). Kate Bush worked on the title song in a duet with lead singer and lyricist Stuart chensbemesudumrebakhticpevadecom.co album's first single, "Look Away", was an Irish number one, and was also the group's biggest Genre: Alternative rock, new wave, Celtic rock.
  2. Mazuzragore Reply
    Sep 13,  · referencing The Seer, 2xLP, Album, RE, Exp, MOVLP Big Country's third full length album gets the deluxe double LP treatment, similar to the excellent MOV version of The Crossing. There's no mention of remastering, but I can say unequivocally this /5().
  3. Gajin Reply
    Made in Germany, probably a UK &/or European release. No compact disc log on cd label - compare with Big Country - The chensbemesudumrebakhticpevadecom.co are both probably re-issues as they both have 90s looking barcodes/5(8).
  4. Kezuru Reply
    The Seer Big Country. Released Remembrance Day Lyrics. 9. The More Big Country albums John Wayne’s Dream. Why the Long Face.
  5. Zulugore Reply
    The Seer, an Album by Big Country. Released 14 July on Mercury (catalog no. MERH 87; Vinyl LP). Genres: Pop Rock, Celtic Rock, Alternative Rock. Featured peformers: Stuart Adamson (vocals, guitar, aka_text {e-bow guitar} role_id aka_text), Bruce Watson (guitar, mandolin, sitar), Tony Butler (bass, bass pedals, backing vocals), Mark Brzezicki (drums, percussion, backing vocals), Robin.
  6. Vubei Reply
    As ever, it contains a few of Big Country's best songs in my opinion. 'The Seer', 'The Teacher', 'I Walk The Hill', 'Eiledon' and 'Remembrance Day' are all excellent examples of what Big Country were about in the mid 's. The sound on the previous cd release of The Seer was quite appalling in all honesty/5(31).
  7. Goltiramar Reply
    As ever, it contains a few of Big Country's best songs in my opinion. 'The Seer', 'The Teacher', 'I Walk The Hill', 'Eiledon' and 'Remembrance Day' are all excellent examples of what Big Country were about in the mid 's. The sound on the previous cd release of The Seer was quite appalling in all honesty/5(32).
  8. Dainris Reply
    Format: Notation: Country: Label: Catalogue # Year: LP: Tracklist on back in Alphabetical order: UK: Mercury: MERH 87 LP: Lyrics on rear cover.

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