Worlds Collide - Calling All Cars - Dancing With A Dead Man (CD, Album)

9 thoughts on “ Worlds Collide - Calling All Cars - Dancing With A Dead Man (CD, Album)

  1. Fekinos says:
    Recording in Melbourne with Tom Larkin of Shihad, Calling All Cars laid down this mighty collection of clever, melodic and blisteringly loud rock songs. While the band's debut was meticulously pieced together from 5 years of back-catalogue material, Dancing With A Dead Man was polished off in little more than 12 months.
  2. Kazralmaran says:
    Apr 07,  · I wish I can say the same thing about the CD case though. Came into the mail cracked on both sides of the case. I bought this album for my older brother (he LOVES Dead By April, only had the first 2 albums) as a gift and when I saw the case, I had to resort to switching out the broken CD case with one of my cases that I had on my shelf/5(40).
  3. Kajizilkree says:
    Dancing with a Dead Man is the second studio album by the Australian rock band Calling All Cars, released on 5 August It was selected as Triple J 's Feature Album in that month. The song "Reptile" was nominated as APRA song of the year.
  4. Dogor says:
    Mar 30,  · Formed in Gothenburg ten years ago, Swedish band DEAD BY APRIL returns with its fourth album, "Worlds Collide", on April 7 via Spinefarm. Since the .
  5. Akinomuro says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Dancing With A Dead Man on Discogs. Label: Shock (2) - DEAD • Format: CD Album • Country: Australia • Genre: Rock • Calling All Cars - Dancing With A Dead Man (, CD) | Discogs/5(2).
  6. Zulkihn says:
    Working once again with Shihad sticks man Tom Larkin in his Melbourne studios, Calling All Cars return to the fold with a renewed focus, energy and confidence in their abilities. Whereas its predecessor was a compilation of tracks taken from a five-year period during the band’s early incarnation, Dancing With A Dead Man is a fiercely honed record that raises the bar and sheds new light on its makers.
  7. Goltilmaran says:
    Calling All Cars Dancing With a Dead Man. great. Review by DaveyBoy EMERITUS the infectiously airplay-demanding 'Worlds Collide', and the spectacular contrasts of 'Fireworks In A Hurricane', display a satisfying strike rate in this regard. I checked the lead single for this album - it wasn't bad at all, was rather fun. I won't get.
  8. Net says:
    Dancing with a Dead Man Calling All Cars Format: Audio CD. out of 5 stars 1 rating. Worlds Collide 6. Autobiotics 7. The Desert Sun 8. She's Delirious 9. Fireworks in a Hurricane4/5(1).
  9. Tygotilar says:
    Dancing With A Dead Man: ; Soldier On: Hold, Hold Fire: ; Standing In The Ocean: Raise The People: ; The Desert Sun: Dancing With A Dead Man: ; This Ship Will Sail Without You: Hold, Hold Fire: ; Throw Me To The Wolves: Dancing With A Dead Man: ; Wait For War: Dancing With A Dead Man: ; Werewolves: Raise The People.

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