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The Birthday Massacre - Violet mp3 download


Tracklist

Prologue 0:37
Lovers End 4:18
Violet 3:37
Red 1:17
Play Dead 4:47
Blue 4:29
Black 1:34
Holiday 5:15
Nevermind 4:45

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
none The Birthday Massacre Violet ‎(CD, Album) Not On Label (The Birthday Massacre Self-released) none Canada 2004
REPO 009 The Birthday Massacre Violet ‎(CD, Album) RepoRecords REPO 009 Germany 2004
REPO 009 The Birthday Massacre Violet ‎(CD, Album, Dig) RepoRecords REPO 009 Germany 2004
HEL0470 The Birthday Massacre Violet ‎(CD, Album) Hellion Records HEL0470 Brazil 2005
MET 384 The Birthday Massacre Violet ‎(CD, Album) Metropolis MET 384 US 2005
REPO 009 The Birthday Massacre Violet ‎(CD, Album) Союз, RepoRecords REPO 009 Russia 2005
none The Birthday Massacre Violet ‎(13xFile, FLAC, Album, RE) RepoRecords none Germany 2006
MET 384V The Birthday Massacre Violet ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, RE, Vio) Metropolis MET 384V US 2014


The Birthday Massacre - Violet mp3 download
Performer: The Birthday Massacre
Genre: Electronic / Rock
Title: Violet
Country: Canada
Released: 2004
Style: Industrial, Goth Rock
MP3 version ZIP size: 1743 mb
FLAC version RAR size: 1938 mb
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 577
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Fenritaur
They have a different gothic touch, it's REALLY beautiful digipack.
Naktilar
A beautiful digipack :-)
Gogal
The thing that I find most remarkable about this album is that I can't put my finger on one thing that makes it incredible. I'm not sure if it's the beautiful, ambient synth work or the throwback-80's-metal guitar riffs (described by someone else as "hard candy riffs" -- a fitting description), but this album is stunning from front to back. When listened to in the right mindset, it's great for zoning completely out. It also makes great background music for most kinds of parties. It's very difficult to describe the sound of this band, because I haven't really heard anyone else who sounds like them. When I interviewed them, however, I suggested that they were a louder, darker, gothic version of SSQ, and the guitarist seemed to agree (he's apparently a big fan). Lovers of gothic rock or synth rock will enjoy this album immensely.