Category: DEFAULT

About: Vutilar

8 thoughts on “ Better Than They Seem - The Contrast (2) - God Of Malfunction (CD, Album) ”

  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of God Of Malfunction on Discogs. Label: Wicked Cool Record Company - • Format: CD Album, Stereo • Genre: Rock, Pop •.
  2. Jan 31,  · God of Malfunction The Contrast Alternative · Preview SONG TIME PREVIEW I Am an Alien. 4. PREVIEW Gone Forever. 5. PREVIEW God of Malfunction. 6. PREVIEW Good Luck Charms. 7. PREVIEW Better Than They Seem. 8.
  3. Apr 13,  · The Contrast worked closely with executive producer Little Steven on GOD OF MALFUNCTION. His arrangements and production suggestions were invaluable to the completion of the album. The result sounds completely and unmistakably like The Contrast, only this time in full 3-D/5(3).
  4. God of Malfunction by The Contrast, released 13 April 1. Underground Ghosts 2. Coming Back To Life 3. Take Me Apart 4. I Am An Alien 5. Gone Forever 6. God of Malfunction 7. Good Luck Charms 8. Better Than They Seem 9. She's A Disaster Thought You Were Strong .
  5. Although God of Malfunction is the Contrast's seventh full-length album, it is technically the British band's debut for the Wicked Cool label. This album follows the career-spanning comp Perfect Disguise: Introducing the Contrast, also released on Wicked Cool.8/
  6. God of Malfunction, an album by The Contrast on Spotify. Better Than They Seem. 9. She's a Disaster. A Sinister Flick. Grid Of Love. Perfect Disguise - Introducing the Contrast. River Runs / Amour. More The Contrast. Listen to God of Malfunction now. Listen to God of Malfunction in full in the Spotify app. Play on.
  7. Guitar power pop band based in Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, in the United Kingdom. They were formed in by David Reid. The Contrast (2) Mystery #1 ‎ (CD, Album) Rainbow Quartz International: RQTZ UK: The Contrast (2) God Of Malfunction ‎ (CD, Album) Wicked Cool Record Company:
  8. Apr 08,  · It's very much evident that on this album the Contrast's strengths have been expanded, highlighted and squarely aimed into a record which will prove to be their most polished, accessible, and best yet. Finally, there's gonna have to be a hundred or so better albums this year for 'God of Malfunction' not to end up on the Powerpop Review Best of.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *