Pluramon ‎– Dreams Top Rock

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Karaoke Kalk ‎– Karaoke Kalk cd 23
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1 oo4
Composed By – Charms Music Clerk
0:04
2 Time For A Lie
Composed By – Charms Music Clerk, Julee CruiseLyrics By – Julee Cruise
4:49
3 Noise Academy
Composed By – Charms Music Clerk
5:07
4 PS
Composed By – Charms Music Clerk
1:25
5 Flageolea
Bass – Dietmar FuhrClarinet [Bass] – Hayden ChisholmComposed By – Charms Music ClerkDrums – Jochen Rueckert*Guitar – Kevin DrummLyrics By – Julee Cruise
4:22
6 Have You Seen
Composed By – Charms Music Clerk, Julee CruiseLyrics By – Julee Cruise
4:44
7 Hello Shadow
Composed By – Charms Music Clerk, Julee CruiseLyrics By – Julee CruiseSynthesizer [Synth] – Felix Kubin
3:55
8 Difference Machine
Bass – Dietmar FuhrClarinet [Bass] – Hayden ChisholmComposed By – Charms Music ClerkDrums – Jochen Rueckert*Guitar – Kevin DrummLyrics By – Julee Cruise
4:28
9 Time (Catharsia Mx)
Composed By – Charms Music Clerk, Julee CruiseGuitar [Tabletop-guitar] – Keith RoweLyrics By – Julee Cruise
4:54
10 Log
Composed By – Charms Music Clerk
5:55

Credits

  • Arranged By, Mixed ByMarcus Schmickler
  • Artwork By – Auto
  • Photography – Geissler & Sann

Notes

Recorded at Piethopraxis, 11/2000 - 5/2002 Cologne.
In digipak case.

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  • Barcode: 4 015698 262520

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
Karaoke Kalk 32 Pluramon Dreams Top Rock(LP, Album) Karaoke Kalk Karaoke Kalk 32 Germany 2003 Sell This Version

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December 31, 2013

With DREAMS TOP ROCK, Pluramon moves more towards shoegaze and away from post-rock -- Julee Cruise's vocals certainly help this feel, as well, from the guazy "Time for a Lie" ("Time (Catharsia Mx)" cleans out out that track for a slightly starker track) to the simpler, summery "Have You Seen." But he works just as well on his own, from the hazy harmonics of "Noise Academy" or the strange lounge-jazz of "Flageolea." A country sensibility, replete with slide guitar, creeps onto to slow, meditative "Difference Machine," while "Log" ends the album on a fuzzed-out guitar and a piano line. A nice, dreamy album, the rock notwithstanding.