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Epiphany - The Spinanes - Manos

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  1. Epiphany Manos The Spinanes; Epiphany The Juggaknots Juggaknots; Epiphany Music From the Ocean Picture The Echoing Green; Epiphany The Process of Belief Bad Religion; Epiphany Hotel Radio David Bridie; Epiphany Strain Flesh Field; Epiphany Epiphany Eterna; Epiphany Scars of the Midwest Blueneck.
  2. The Spinanes were an American indie rock band, primarily active during the s. The band was founded by and consisted only of singer-songwriter/guitarist Rebecca Gates and drummer Scott Plouf. They released three albums on the Sub Pop label before Gates retired the name in and began releasing music as a solo artist; Plouf began playing with Built to Spill in and left The Spinanes Genres: Indie rock.
  3. Lyrics to 'Noel, Jonah And Me' by The Spinanes. Standing here now you wash over me / Screeching fear and how you pull me near / Hear and core and you're creeping complications Discovered using Shazam, the music discovery app.
  4. Jan 16,  · The Spinanes would release two more albums, both very good–and both have been reissued digitally by Merge as well–but neither quite captured the magic of Manos. Then again, how could they? Manos was a unique experience, the capturing of lightning bugs in a jar so that you would have light to write your deepest fears in your diary at.
  5. Manos, an album by The Spinanes on Spotify 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.
  6. The Spinanes were an American indie rock band, primarily active during the s. Originally founded by and consisting only of singer-songwriter/guitarist Re.
  7. The rest of Manos showcases Plouf and Gates' intuitive interplay, which often feels like a secret language the two of them created. "Epiphany" builds to a climax so powerful, it sounds like the work of a band twice their size; "Manos" lunges, leaps, crashes, and tumbles in hypnotic and unexpected ways; and "Spitfire"'s staccato blasts of guitar and drums are almost tangible.9/
  8. Watch the video for Epiphany from The Spinanes's Manos for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Watch the video for Epiphany from The Spinanes's Manos for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Playing via Spotify Playing via YouTube. Playback options.

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