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  • Monstrorum Historia by Lo!, released 22 April 1. As Above 2. Bloody Vultures 3. Ghost Promenade 4. Caruncula 5. Haven, Beneath Weeping Willows 6. Fallen Leaves 7. Crooked Path: The Strangers Ritual 8. Lichtenberg Figures 9. Bleak Vanity Palisades Of Fire So Below (Before We Disappear).
  • Description. After their critically acclaimed debut album Look and Behold (Pelagic Records ), Lo!, hailing from Sydney, Australia, are now back with their second album Monstrorum Historia and it really is a monster of an album, an angry beast spitting nails and fire in every xychensempnosubpe.cerpiasawrimicnewsswifenranjadecom.co of the refreshing things about this band is the way they weave different styles of .
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  • Lo! - Monstrorum Historia (Album Review) Album Type: Full Length. Date Released: 22/4/ Label: Pelagic Records Monstrorum Historia, album tracklisting: 1) As Above 2) Bloody Vultures 3) Ghost Promenade 4) Caruncula 5) Haven, Beneath Weeping Willows 6) Fallen Leaves
  • The Fallen Leaves live at the legendary Hope & Anchor, Islington. Recorded By Pat Collier, Engineered by Charles Wong. Recorded at their Minimum R&B club night. gram Vinyl LP pressed in Hayes, England. Side A. 1. Prodigal Son 2. Passing By 3. Is She somewhere 4. I made A Mistake 5. Green Eyes 6. Shining. Side B. 1. Against The Grain 2 Brand: The Fallen Leaves.
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  • The Fallen Leaves - Shop. Buy Vinyl, CD. Green Eyes F.C. + Begin Again - Bundle of 2 X 7" Vinyl Singles.
  • THE FALLEN LEAVES was formed in by Rob Green (Rob built himself a reputation singing at Bernie Rhodes’ “Club Left” and by performing with Vic Godard’s Subway Sect, notably supporting Siouxsie & The Banshees at the Music Machine in ’80), and by original ’’78 Subway Sect guitarist/founding member Rob Symmons whose distinctive discordant, stinging guitar .