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White Mystery - Minus The Bear - Planet Of Ice (CD, Album)

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  1. Planet of Ice is the third full-length album from Minus the Bear, released in the UK on August 20, and in the US on August 21 by Suicide Squeeze Records. It was produced and recorded by the band's former keyboard player, Matt Bayles, in February and March It is the first Minus the Bear album to feature keyboardist Alex Rose, who replaced Matt Bayles after he left the band to.
  2. Aug 17,  · After a handful of steady LPs and EPs, it seemed as if Minus the Bear were ready to take a chance or two and either come into their own and .
  3. The following is a complete discography for Suicide Squeeze Records, an independent record label in Seattle, scavunsohiculpfamarobackkumtofe.coinfod in , the label mostly releases rock, pop, and metal, as well as occasional comedy and performance art CD and DVDs. Formats also include 12" and 7" vinyl. The label got its start releasing singles by artists such as Elliott Smith and Modest Mouse, later releasing.
  4. Planet of Ice is the third full-length album from Minus the Bear, released in the UK on August 20, and in the US on August 21 by Suicide Squeeze Records. It was produced and recorded by the band's former keyboard player, Matt Bayles, in February and March It is the first Minus the Bear album to feature keyboardist Alex Rose, who replaced Matt Bayles after he left the band to concentrate on .
  5. It was produced and recorded by the band's ex-keyboard player Matt Bayles and Chris Common at their studio, Red Room, in February and March It is the first Minus the Bear album to feature new keyboardist Alex Rose, who replaced Bayles after he left to concentrate on his production career.
  6. Now that Omni has had time to sink into listeners, it is fun to venture into past Minus the Bear albums. And with winter in full swing, ’s Planet of Ice seems all too appropriate. The name of the album alone sets a Wintery tone that is % backed up by the music.
  7. Aug 21,  · Minus the Bear's Planet of Ice marks the Seattle band's third full-length release (not counting three EPs and a remix album), and achieves an effect as spacious and blinding white as the landscape the title evokes. Psychedelia and math rock are here in equal parts, making for a somewhat bi-polar listening experience--the excellent "Part 2" opens with a downright Pink Floydian acoustic /5(50).

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