Softness, Goodness - Starflyer 59 - Talking Voice Vs. Singing Voice
Label: Tooth & Nail Records - TND 64310,Tooth & Nail Records - 724386431004 • Format: CD Album, Enhanced • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Alternative Rock
Talking Voice vs. Singing Voice is an album by the band Starflyer Its sound is very different from the band's early work, which was characterized by loud guitars and a "wall of sound".
This album features string arrangements on several tracks and a trumpet on the song "Easy Street". Most of the album has a relaxed attitude, except for the song "Good Sons", which has an upbeat, dance-like sound. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Colossus - Borknagar - Quintessence topic of this article may not meet Wikipedia's notability guideline for music. Please help to establish notability by citing Goodness - Starflyer 59 - Talking Voice Vs.
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