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Magna Carta Cartel

This debut album is a 11 track experience of what the band refers to as ”soundtracks for movies yet unmade”. With more than half the albumbeing instrumental, the rest with vocals, it fits perfectly for all kinds of days: lonely times of wonder; thrashing a party, getting laid, hating yourex etc. This is a collection of songs with a lot of feeling to them. Or, as someone depicted the bands music: ”Magna Carta Cartel plays as they say “Radio-edited movie themes, for daily life and death”. Their music reminds of Vangelis meeting Tom Petty, trying to reach U2, willing to be Joy ...read more

This debut album is a 11 track experience of what the band refers to as ”soundtracks for movies yet unmade”. With more than half the albumbeing instrumental, the rest with vocals, it fits perfectly for all kinds of days: lonely times of wonder; thrashing a party, getting laid, hating yourex etc. This is a collection of songs with a lot of feeling to them. Or, as someone depicted the bands music: ”Magna Carta Cartel plays as they say “Radio-edited movie themes, for daily life and death”. Their music reminds of Vangelis meeting Tom Petty, trying to reach U2, willing to be Joy Division, feeling like ABBA, longing to be Brian Eno,remembering Jean Michel Jarre, looking at Metallica, sleeping with Mike Oldfield, dancing to Koto, hunting the Beatles, killing Morricone in aduel, snorting to Moroder etc. - Sounds of Zilence « hide

Similar Bands: Subvision, Ghost (SWE), Tribulation, Repugnant

LPs
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2009

3.7
16 Votes
EPs
The Demon King
2017

3.2
7 Votes

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