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Osmo - Lost Girls álbum

  • Artista: Osmo
  • Título: Lost Girls
  • Género: Electrónica
  • País: Poland
  • Fuente de los registros: File, MP3
  • Liberado: 03 Jan 2009
  • Estilo: Techno
  • Etiqueta: 40 Tons Of Dead
  • Catálogo#: 40TOD 11
  • MP3 álbum: 1472 mb
  • FLAC álbum: 1578 mb
  • Clasificación: 4.5/5
  • Votos: 665
Osmo - Lost Girls álbum

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1Lost Girls5:51
2War Room5:34
3Horror6:30
4Program6:08


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Lost Girls is the fifth studio album by English singer-songwriter Natasha Khan, known professionally as Bat for Lashes. It was released on 6 September 2019 through AWAL. It is Khan's first album since 2016's The Bride. The lead single Kids in the Dark was released on 10 June 2019. Khan has cited 1980s music and cinema as an inspiration for the record, citing artists such as Bananarama, Cyndi Lauper and The Blue Nile as well as film composer John Williams in an interview with The Line of Best Fit. Listen free to Osmo Lost Girls Lost Girls, Horror and more. 4 tracks 24:03. World premiered at the 2020 Sundance Film Festival. Genres: Drama Mystery Thriller. Lost Girls album. 2019 studio album by Bat for Lashes. Lost Girls. Studio album by. Bat for Lashes. Lost Girls is the upcoming fifth studio album by English singer-songwriter Natasha Khan, known professionally as Bat for Lashes. It is set to be released on 6 September 2019 through AWAL. It will be Khan's first album since 2016's The Bride. Enter login OR email. Rafael Osmo - On Fire 2020. To favorites 1 Download album. Listen album. Trance Progressive Trance. Rafael Osmo. By the time Bat for Lashes released Lost Girls, the '80s synth pop revival of the 2000s and 2010s had lasted several years longer than the style's original run. More than 30 years later, the magic, hope, and romance of that decade's pop culture and music - especially when contrasted with its threatening political climate - still resonated. For her new album, Lost Girls, Natasha Khan has dived headlong into the sonic and visual worlds of 1980s teen flicks and their accompanying soundtracks. The result is a beguiling synth fuelled soundscape that feels both timeless and enduring. The music of Bat For Lashes has always been highly atmospheric, encompassing as it often does elements of folk and Fleetwood Mac on one hand and Nick Cave and middle eastern percussion and instrumentation on the other. While Natasha Khan has certainly made use of the synthesiser before on her records, Lost Girls still feels like a marked departure. But on Lost Girls, she finds new ways to soundtrack her constant longing for something more from the world. On the record, Khan seems to draw inspiration from the synth pop and new wave that likely inspired her as a girl growing up in the Eighties. But for all of these comparisons, Khan has made an album that still sounds uniquely like something that is her own. Her yearning is uniquely her own, because of the way her voice soars over the synths and the way she commingles hope with depression. Its masterful and memorable. On Lost Girls, she has come into her own. Her world is burning and shes willing to go up in flames right along with it. Popular on Rolling Stone. Lost Girls is a dream of an album. For one thing, it could not be any more de rigueur we are living in a fantasia of 80s nostalgia, from Stranger Things and IT taking us inside the mind of Stephen King, to the seemingly endless stream of pastiches and homages from The Goldbergs to . to the upcoming American Horror Story 1984. Across the ten songs that comprise Lost Girls, Khan guides you through some serious 80s vibes. She recently spoke to Best Fit about the influences behind the album, from Banarama to the E. theme, from The Goonies to The Blue Nile



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