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Centipede E'est - Cheeks Of Neptune album

Centipede E'est - Cheeks Of Neptune album
Performer: Centipede E'est
Title: Cheeks Of Neptune
Released: 2006
Country: US
Style: Alternative Rock
Genre: Rock
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 922
MP3 size: 1523 mb
FLAC size: 1291 mb


Zion Is Cyan 2:17
Blue Streak 3:02
Mogadon Dance Hall 6:12
Org Of Cong 5:17
Excuse Me Medusa The Scaler 9:10
Franciscan Position 3:28
Come + Go 2:46
Sinking Boats 5:26
Mountaintop Beaches 4:08


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
LEGS 001 Centipede E'est* Cheeks Of Neptune ‎(CD, Album, Dig) 100 Legs LEGS 001 US 2006
LEGS 001 Centipede E'est* Cheeks Of Neptune ‎(CD, Album) 100 Legs LEGS 001 US 2006

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Although the album includes their finest song from a lyrical standpoint in "Believe," with "World's Away" and "Why Cry" not far behind, Neptune's overall feel as an album has them sounding distant and aloof. The effort is there, though, as cuts like "Somedays," "Straight Lines," and "The Way You Are" have dual singers Jay Semko and Bryan Potvin trying hard vocally, but the songs become burdened by stale choruses and bland guitar runs that end up sounding cloudy and enigmatic.

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