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  1. Vura
    Echoes From The Last Fairyland by TALES, released 01 October 1. The Breath of Myrddin - Part 1 2. Elves of the Golden Clouds 3. The Wizard of All Time 4. The Perfect Wand 5. The right Formula (in search of) 6. Spheres of Knowledges 7. The Breath of Myrddin - Part 2 Myrddin Trilogy - Vol. II Recorded and mixed in at Flipper The Dog Studio, Paris.
  2. Akikus
    Stonehenge is the first CD made by the Japanese post-punk prog rock duo Ruins. Ruins, who is drummer/bandleader Tatsuya Yoshida and bassist/vocalist Kimoto Kazuyoshi on this album, released Stonehenge in In what has become a characteristically Ruins sound, this CD contains a series of angular, aggressive, adroit, and sometimes catchy songs. The shortest song, "Plexus," lasts for only 9/
  3. Jukinos
    So many people visit Stonehenge and come away asking just that question. Was it built by the ancient Greeks? By little green men visiting Wiltshire in UFO’s? Was it a Druid temple? (No, no and no). But it was a temple, and it was built by the folk who lived on what is now Salisbury Plain four or five thousand years ago. Very often history can.
  4. Moogull
    That album contains 12 tracks and was reissued on CD during the '90s as "Infect", containing the original recording and a complete alternate mix. If you liked the bonus tracks on Stonehenge I would recommend seeking that out (probably online, as the CD is quite obscure).
  5. Nikoshicage
    Deep Space Topography by TALES, released 01 October 1. Spontaneous Generation Of Informal Causality 2. Beyond Timeless Curvatures Of Deep Spaces 3. Endless Chaos Of Impalpable Matter 4. Solid Topography Of Stars Interstellar Trilogy - Vol. III A journey through deep space. Recorded and mixed in at Studio du Coin Cornu, Cœur de Beauce, France.
  6. Shacage
    Feb 02,  · Stonehenge’s Multiphase Construction. Archaeologists believe England most iconic prehistoric ruin was built in several stages, with the earliest constructed 5, or more years ago.
  7. Shaktishicage
    Explore releases from the Stonehenge label. Discover what's missing in your discography and shop for Stonehenge releases.
  8. Mum
    Mar 25,  · The stone depicted in the legend is known as the Heel Stone. It sits near Stonehenge. A final legend claims that Stonehenge was formed when giants who lived on the plain were suddenly turned to stone while dancing in a circle and holding hands. This story arose because the stones look like they could be figures holding hands.

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