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Faith and the Muse...

  • 29-06-2005 9:35pm
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    Anyone heard them? Anyone like them?


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  • Yeah, they're quite good. Nice and haunting.




  • Yay :D

    I've only heard two of their albums, but I really like them. I have The Burning Season and the welsh/celtic concept album, Annwyn beneath the waves. The Burning Season is a little better, I think, a better mix of rock and ethereal. I really want to find more of their albums. Do you know anywhere in Ireland that sells them?

    I love Monica Richards too... she always has the best costumes. There's one outfit that's scarily how I want to look when I start performing on stage.




  • I do believe I've seen their albums in Tower Records.




  • I loooove them, have a couple of CDs of them and saw them live a couple of years ago.
    If you can't find their albums for sale, you could order them online on http://www.indietective.de/, they also ship to Ireland if you pay by credit card. The webpage is in German but you can get your way through it.




  • Ive only heard Cantus and it's really good. Anyone recommend some other good tracks of theirs?


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  • Berger wrote:
    Ive only heard Cantus and it's really good. Anyone recommend some other good tracks of theirs?

    Srendi Vashtar is great. Annywn Beneath the Waves is good, but get good headphones, the chorus/distortion effect craps up some of my trebleyer 'phones.

    Mercyground is cool too.

    I quite like their cover of Bauhaus' Hollow Hills...

    It really depends on what style of music you like, which song of theirs you like best. They're quite diverse, but still have a defenite style in general and with each album.


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