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The Black Ryder - The Door Behind the Door mp3 download

Performer: The Black Ryder
Title: The Door Behind the Door
Style: Indie Rock,Neo-Psychedelia,Shoegaze,Alternative/Indie Rock
Location: Idyllwild, CA
Duration: 53:52
Released: February 24, 2015
Size MP3 version: 1757 mb
Size FLAC version: 1852 mb
Size WMA version: 1719 mb
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 733
Genre: Pop Rock

The Black Ryder - The Door Behind the Door mp3 download

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Includes digital download of album plus a bonus song not included on the record: "(Le Dernier Sommeil) The Final Sleep". Recorded + Mixed in Los Angeles, Joshua Tree + Idyllwild, California.

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They released their second album The Door Behind The Door on 24 February 2015 internationally through The Anti-Machine Machine & The Orchard (company). The Black Ryder formed in 2007 by founding members Aimee Nash & Scott Von Ryper after their exit from The Morning After Girls. Whilst the duo play the majority of instruments on their recordings they also feature guest players on recordings and in their live shows. Contributors & guests have included members from The Brian Jonestown Massacre, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Cat Power, The Church, & Swervedriver.

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Behind Closed Doors is the third studio album by English hard rock band Thunder. Recorded between May and August 1994 at various studios, primarily Southern Tracks in Atlanta, Georgia, it was produced the band's lead guitarist Luke Morley and Mike Fraser, the latter of whom also mixed the album at the Record Plant in Los Angeles, California. The album was released on 23 January 1995 by EMI Records in Europe and Japan, and was not released in the United States.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Babylon The Black Ryder The Black Ryder 2:12
2 Seventh Moon The Black Ryder The Black Ryder 5:31
3 The Going Up Was Worth the Coming Down The Black Ryder The Black Ryder 6:09
4 Let Me Be Your Light The Black Ryder The Black Ryder 6:14
5 Santaria The Black Ryder The Black Ryder 6:35
6 Throwing Stones The Black Ryder The Black Ryder 4:55
7 All That We Are The Black Ryder The Black Ryder 6:07
8 Until the Calm of Dawn The Black Ryder The Black Ryder 3:57
9 (Le Dernier Sommeil) The Final Sleep The Black Ryder The Black Ryder 12:12


The Black Ryder - Composer, Primary Artist, Producer
Joe Cardamone - Drum Engineering, Vocal Engineer
Kristin Cofer - Back Cover Photo, Inside Photo
J'Nae Fincannon - Vocals (Background)
Sonya Koshuta - Layout, Retouching
Aimée Nash - Concept, Design, Group Member, Photography
Suzy Poling - Cover Art
Melinda Rice - Strings
Graham Roby - Drums
Wesley Seidman - Additional Production, Engineer, Mixing
Belinda Skinner - Vocals (Background)
Scott VonRyper - Engineer, Group Member, Mixing
Christopher Votek - Orchestration, String Engineer, Strings
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Aimee Nash and Scott Von Ryper have returned (after a breakup and an absence of several years) and their style has transformed. Unlike their debut, they have created a much more expansive, experimental, and epic recording. They have discovered their own sound and it's hypnotic.From the stunningly romantic melody of "Seventh Moon" and the soaring choral vocals embellished with church bells on "Let Me Be Your Light" to the downcast and melancholy heartache of "The Going Up Was Worth The Coming Down" and "All That We Are", The Black Ryder have truly evolved.The "Moonlight Mile" guitar and Spiritualized gospel choir of "Throwing Stones" is awe-inspiring.This is the soundtrack for a dark night of the soul and it's difficult not to feel the tears welling up inside as it ends with the childlike sadness (reminiscent of Mercury Rev's Deserter's Songs) of "Until The Calm Of Dawn" and the windswept desolation of the orchestral instrumental "Le Dernier Sommeil (The Final Sleep)" where the mournful, sepulchral strings summon the same funereal atmosphere found in the final songs of Joy Division's Closer.The Door Behind The Door is one of the standout albums of 2015.