Classic Rock

Radio Funk - Endorphin (2) - Skin (CD, Album)

14.10.20198

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  1. - FECKING BAHAMAS On their debut album “Asbestos Mouth” the band TERMS give equal weight to tightly composed precision and spontaneous discovery, weaving together bold new worlds where crunchy dissonant riffs and pulverant, skewed melodies collide and consort with syncopated thunderstorms of percussion. Having served in acts such as Grand.
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  3. Listen to Skin on Spotify. Endorphin · Album · · 17 songs. We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes. By using our website and our services, you agree to our use of cookies as described in our Cookie Policy.
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  5. Skin was a personal album for Endorphin to make, this stemming not only from his embrace of inner emotion, but also due to the fact that his three year old daughter Zoe makes an appearance in the track aptly named after her. His girlfriend Sabrina also lends her vocals for the song 'Skin'. And they aren't the only featured vocalist on this album.
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  7. The song was first released in in TV on the Radio’s EP Young Liars. Another version, with a shortened intro, was released in in the band’s album Desperate Youth, Blood Thirsty Babes and also as a single. David Sitek, the group’s lead rumentalist, said in a Pitchfork interview from that this song was written in two days.
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