Loud Music for Soft People | Alone in the Vertigo Conundrum

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Alone in the Vertigo Conundrum

by Loud Music for Soft People

sad and spacious melodies for the teardrop that hides
Genre: Electronic: Chill out
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  Song Share Time Download
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1. Since You Were Wondering
3:52 $0.29
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2. Tell Me (Featuring Jehn Cerron)
4:22 $0.49
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3. Wasting Away Under An Autumn Sun
3:11 $0.29
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4. Alone in the Vertigo Conundrum (V2)
2:27 $0.69
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5. Regret I Left (Featuring Jehn Cerron)
5:23 $0.29
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6. Ride Home
3:41 $0.49
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7. Girlmalie
4:01 $0.99
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8. Weelrelax
2:23 $0.29
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9. Alone in the Vertigo Conundrum (V1)
6:14 $0.99
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10. Shy Eyes Look Down
3:35 $0.99
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11. Wondering Were You
2:52 $0.99
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12. Safe in Your Super Bullet Ride
2:20 $0.99
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Loud Music for Soft People was formed in late 2004 by Raymond Stanley. Aiming to blur the lines between the electronic and guitar aesthetic and unite them into sounds inspired by shoegaze, ethereal, ambient and dub genres, he would begin with the release of Loud Music for Soft People in August 2005.

During this time he also started collaborating with Jehn Cerron which resulted in the second release Alone In the Vertigo Conundrum in April 2006. With Jehn's otherworldly voice and other musical contributions, this release added a new dimension of melancholy and experimentation.



On this release - Loud Music for Soft People is:
Raymond Stanley, Jehn Cerron (tracks 2,4-10)
Art and CD cover - Stephanie Musser.

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FERNANDO PAULO RAMOS VILELA

TEARS
I LOVE THIS SOUND...............4AD SOUND
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radioio.com

conjures up the best of early 4AD label offerings
such comparison to groups like the cocteau twins and dead can dance is expected as loud music for soft people convey the same, ethereal sound and with early cocteau twins albums featuring elizabeth frazer on vocals, the likeness with jehn cerron's vocal treatments results in such inevitable comparisons. still as a single body of work, alone in the vertigo conundrum, conjures up the best of early 4AD label offerings.
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Radioio Ambient

conjures up the best of early 4AD label offerings
such comparison to groups like the cocteau twins and dead can dance is expected as loud music for soft people convey the same, ethereal sound and with early cocteau twins albums featuring elizabeth frazer on vocals, the likeness with jehn cerron's vocal treatments results in such inevitable comparisons. still as a single body of work, alone in the vertigo conundrum, conjures up the best of early 4AD label offerings.
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jimbo

very ambient
This cd really does stick to ambient/mystical music its awesome!!
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