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Featherframe - Pale Saints - In Ribbons (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Listen to your favorite songs from In Ribbons by Pale Saints Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.
  2. Mar 13,  · 12 videos Play all Pale Saints - In Ribbons (full album) Darren Vallery James Baldwin Debates William F. Buckley () - Duration: The Riverbends Channel Recommended for you.
  3. Pale Saints were a British alternative rock band formed by Ian Masters (bass/vocals), Graeme Naysmith (guitar), and Chris Cooper (drums). They began as a three-piece band based in Leeds, England, in The band was signed to 4AD records by 4AD chief Ivo after their first London show.
  4. An argument could be made for In Ribbons topping the Pale Saints' debut, and it would be a rather solid one. Thanks to yet another stellar job by "knob twiddler of the mighty atmospheric pop bands" Hugh Jones, the Pale Saints sound full and polished, gleaming and bright. What makes this a lesser record in comparison to its predecessor is the absence of that loose sense of adventure from before.
  5. Featherframe: 3: Babymaker: 4: A Thousand Stars Burst Open: Companies, etc. Extracts from the album "In Ribbons" CAD CD. Comes in a card wallet with unique artwork. Track 2 is an edited version of the album track and is unique to this release. Pale Saints: In Ribbons ‎ (CD, Album) 4AD: cad cd: UK:
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  7. Featherframe Pale Saints. Album In Ribbons. Featherframe Lyrics. Losing everything The frame on which you hang The comfort The source of pain Losing everything Enchanted she will bring.
  8. If you've never heard Pale Saints, this is probably the best first album to get. It is the most accessible and etherial of the all, and the last album before a line-up change saw the departure of one of the founders of the band. This means that the Pale Saints of "Slow Buildings" is essentially a different band, and with lifeless songs/5(7).

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