Continents is a metalcore, hardcore band from South Wales, United Kingdom. Continents cite The Plot In You, After The Burial, The Ghost Inside, Apostate and Your Memorial amongst their influences. Since forming in late 2010, Continents has moved from strength to strength, making a name for themselves first locally and now world-wide thanks to signing to Victory Records in 2012.
Colonial Cousins is the debut album of Indian band Colonial Cousins, which is formed by Indian duo composed of singer Hariharan and singer-composer Lesle Lewis. It was released on October 1, 1996 under Magnasound Label. The album broke all records including hitting platinum sales in India. The duo also won the MTV Asia Viewer's Choice Award and then later on secured the US Billboard Viewer's Choice Award too. The song "Krishna" won the award for Best Music Video at the 1997 Screen Videocon Awards
Continents by Celer, released 01 October 2006 1. La Oroya's Cantankerous Bells 2. Bereft Oversight 3. Slack Tree Diagrams 4. Carpel Tunnels of Love 5. The Ex Hypthesi Dreams of Populous Clouds 6. Spring Shields 7. Chernobyl Hearts & Multiple Throats 8. (h)yoōˈbristik 9. Ceramic Foam Party 10. Sputtering Lungs, End Organ 11. Fast Forwarding Sleep 1. Cover photo by Will Long Please support artists by purchasing the digital album, not streaming in excess. Thank you. Note: Please always keep a backup of your download in an archive. supported by 19 fans who also own Continents. No other album has scared me as much as this Trevor Kernan.
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This is a really hard album to pigeonhole. There are elements of Electronica (Jean-Michel Jarre, Vangelis), there are elements of Italo Disco, there are elements of Electro. But, like so many great albums, trying to sort them into a neatly labelled box is unimportant. Here's what I think of Peru - Continents: It opens with the epic title track's lush pads dropping you into some far off land, and soon a hypnotic refrain introduces you to the very memorable main hook. It almost sounds like a downtempo track by the legendary Psy Trance producer Yahel.