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Cycles

Cycles

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~ Empire State Human

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Cycles' is the brand new studio album from the Irish electro-pop band Empire State Human. Recorded at Electric Eye Studio & Maxtrax in Dublin, Ireland, 'Cycles' showcases a more mature song-writing style, whilst highlighting their Electro/Glam Rock & Pop influences. Included is ESH's version of The Cult's 'The witch', first featured on Kiss My Asterix Records 'Elektrokuted' compilation album in 2004. The track 'This is how you disappear', which is about depression, is dedicated both to the legendary lead singer of The Associates Billy Mackenzie and the lead singer of Red Flag Mark Reynolds. 'Young lions' is heavily inspired by the life of the cult actor James Dean. 'Signals and noise' is based on a short story by Jill Ziegler, and was featured on A Different Drum's compilation/book 'Listen to the future' in 2004. 'Easy colour', 'Chase the ace' & 'Sonic prophet' all featured in ESH's part on multi-band 4x4 CD series release (Kiss My Asterix/Section 44 labels). 'Cycles' is very much a welcome addition to the ever-growing ESH catalogue.

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    Artist: Empire State Human
    Title: Cycles
    Genre: Rock
    Release Date: 8/16/2005
    Label: CD Baby
    Product Type: CD
    Catalog #: 5637289789
    UPC: 777215108813
    Item #: SRD510881
    This product is a special order

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