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8 thoughts on “ Dagger - The Hope Blister - ...Smiles OK (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Kazrataxe
    Jan 13,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - The Hope Blister - Dagger YouTube This Mortal Coil - Sixteen Days - Gathering Dust. - Duration: castorbunch 65, views.
  2. Daidal
    Get all the lyrics to songs on Smile’s OK and join the Genius community of music scholars to learn the meaning behind the lyrics.
  3. Shaktitilar
    Mar 14,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Smile's OK on Discogs/5(19).
  4. Zulkigrel
    The Hope Blister, Category: Artist, Albums: Underarms & Sideways, Underarms & Sideways, Smile's Ok, Top Tracks: Dagger, Only Human, Sweet Unknown, The Outer Skin, Let the Happiness In, Biography: A sequel to his This Mortal Coil project, the Hope Blister was led by 4AD founder Ivo Watts-Russell, who this time out chose to dispense with a revolving ensemble approach in favor of .
  5. Kigis
    The core sound is very much a continuation of This Mortal Coil, but without the ever-shifting lineup -- whereas This Mortal Coil was a project, The Hope Blister was a band. And every song is a cover, including versions of songs by Slowdive, John Cale, Brian Eno, David Sylvian, and more. Track listing: 1. Dagger 2. Only Human 3. The Outer Skin 4.
  6. Zologul
    The covers are still appealing, especially "Let The Happiness In", with a magnificent ending. Comparing to TMC, this record is more concise and 'logical', which gives a feel of a really well-crafted album, something which their former LPs lacked a bit.
  7. JoJolabar
    Mar 08,  · The Hope Blister - "Dagger" Category Music; Song Dagger; Artist The Hope Blister; Album Smile’s Ok; Licensed to YouTube by Beggars (on behalf of 4AD); CMRRA, BMI - Broadcast Music Inc., SOLAR.
  8. Mogar
    Few record labels have maintained as focused a roster of artists as England's 4AD, whose sonic trademark has been amorphous, ambient, and Gothic pop music as epitomized by such groups as Cocteau Twins and Dead Can Dance. Yet 4AD founder Ivo Watts-Russell's pet project This Mortal Coil, a sort of 4AD supergroup with rotating players, may have most fully represented his label's eclectic .