Thee Silver Mountain Reveries* ‎– Pretty Little Lightning Paw

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Constellation ‎– cst030-1
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Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, EP
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A1 More Action! Less Tears!
Bass – Sophie*Drums – Ian*Guitar [Guitars], Organ – Efrim*Violin – Jessica*, Thierry*Voice [Giddy Yells] – Aimee
5:20
A2 Microphones In The Trees
Bass – Thierry*Choir [4-voice] – Chad*, Jessica*, Nadia*, Thierry*Guitar, Effects [Feedback], Piano, Vocals [Singing] – Efrim*
9:47
B3 Pretty Little Lightning Paw
Bass, Piano [Pianohandle] – Thierry*Choir [4-voice] – Chad*, Jessica*, Nadia*, Thierry*Guitar [Guitars], Organ, Piano, Vocals [Singing] – Efrim*Violin [Violins] – Jessica*
10:01
B4 There's A River In The Valley Made Of Melting Snow
Guitar, Vocals [Singing], Performer [Toybox] – Efrim*
5:08

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Tape recordered at thee mighty hotel2tango and ghettoblastered in efrim’s living room.
Mastered on bottom floor.

11" insert included. Heavy weight vinyl.White plain paper poly-lined die-cut inner sleeve. CD sized constellation catalogue. All contained in outer poly-bag with barcode sticker. Some copies comes with a double folded poster and other inserts.

Tracks listed sequentially on jacket.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A run out, stamped): CST 030 A-1-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B run out, stamped): CST 030 B-1-1

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PassiveRecordings

PassiveRecordings

May 24, 2013
what's all the hatin' for? this is another great little release by Silver Mt Zion that any fan shouldn't pass up...
joy_shapes

joy_shapes

July 25, 2010
edited over 8 years ago
Is it hip to be square? Whilst it is cute that they’re having a giggle (at or) with their self-made introductory song messages, announcing the consultation of action committees. It is still the type of fun people have standing outside in town centres with clipboards and handing out leaflets. Not that there is much action, or less tears after the emblematic faux-punk guitars and swirling string action of its brilliant opener – as the rest of this 30 minute mini-LP settles down to their usual meandering pace and gush.