Monomyth - Saturnalia Regalia! mp3 downloadPerformer: Monomyth
Title: Saturnalia Regalia!
Style: Alternative/Indie Rock,Indie Rock,Neo-Psychedelia
Location: Macara St. Studios
Released: July 22, 2014
Size MP3 version: 1180 mb
Size FLAC version: 1240 mb
Size WMA version: 1316 mb
Format: WAV TTA AA RA ADX XM
Genre: Pop Rock
Monomyth - Saturnalia Regalia! mp3 download
2014 debut album from the Canadian guitar Pop band. Monomyth is a crown jewel in the court of the crimson and clover.
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Album · 2014 · 8 Songs. Saturnalia Regalia! Monomyth.
BPM Profile Saturnalia Regalia! Album starts at 133BPM, ends at 129BPM (-4), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Get the Tempo of more than 6 Million songs.
Monomyth - Saturnalia Regalia! (2014). Psychedelic Rock Indie Rock. Date: 25 july 2014 Added: ZLA9I ZA9I Views: 1425. ALBUM, TITLE: Saturnalia Regalia! Release year, date: 2014. 01 - (theme from) Monomyth. 05 - Medicine Man. 06 - Something Else.
Monomyth (3) – Saturnalia Regalia! Label: Mint Records (12) – MRL 153. Format: Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Album, Purple. Mint Records Inc. Manufactured and distributed under exclusive license from Monomyth. Recorded at the Echo Chamber. Vocals recorded at Macara St. Studios. Includes an insert and a download code.
2014 debut album from the Canadian guitar Pop band.
Saturnalia biography SATURNALIA was an obscure Brittish psychedelic band, leaving only one studio album as a target for the collectors of psychdelic rock albums. The record "Magical Love" was produced by Keith Relf (from RENAISSANCE and YARDBIRDS), and it was released year 1969. Later there have been reissues done for example by Italian Akarma label. The album contains slightly occult themed psychedelic early progressive rock, resembling JEFFERSON AIRPLANE with their similar male/female double vocal concept and US West Coast psych guitar tones
So, ‘Saturnalia Regalia‘ must be properly regarded as an exercise in disciplined restraint. But Monomyth are wise enough not to polish the stone too much - they leave in a lot of the rough edges. And it’s those rough edges that truly lend this album its charm. Mark Anthony Brennan.
|1||(Theme From) Monomyth||Monomyth||2:37|
|8||The Big Reveal||Monomyth||6:22|
CreditsCharles Austin - Engineer
Seamus Dalton - Group Member, Mixing
Dave Ewenson - Engineer
Joe Lambert - Mastering
Monomyth - Primary Artist, Vocal Engineer
Matthew Peters - Group Member
Joshua Salter - Art Direction, Group Member, Mixing
Graeme Stewart - Group Member