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  1. Jun 22,  · "Love's a Rando" manages to push past that, as does the blissed-out reverie of "Opium Den/Fade to Blue". At its weakest points, Blues Control becomes the sort of Author: Grayson Currin.
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  2. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Blues Control - Valley Tangents at Discogs. Complete your Blues Control collection/5(30).
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  4. Oct 20,  · Blues Control; Album Valley Tangents; Licensed to YouTube by Blues Control - Opium Den/ Fade to Blue YouTube; Dead Can Dance - Opium - .
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  5. Blues Control. Valley Tangents. Cat No: DC Label: Drag City Records Genre: ELECTRONIC. Blues Control What a delightful album! View more. MP3 Release (6) and 'Opium Den/Fade To Blue' eases off at a panoramic view of synthetic flutes and roiling bass. At 'Walking Robin' we're spun out with palmed harpsichord and trickling keys on a.
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  6. Jun 19,  · Check out Valley Tangents by Blues Control on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on morttatpabomagno.quikartadetvercmuwilzavanbeschballdisp.co Skip to main content. Try Prime Hello, Sign in Opium Den / Fade to Blue. Listen Now $ In MP3 cart View MP3 Cart 4.
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  7. The six songs on Valley Tangents don't even sound that much like other Blues Control albums. Once upon a time, they gigged frequently in their home city of New York and were innately linked with CD-R and cassette culture circa - murky, inexpertly recorded crypto-psych that boasted a new age influence some way ahead of Emeralds and.
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  8. With these two songs setting the tone, Valley Tangents makes its short but engaging way through numbers entitled "Opium Den/Fade to Blue" and "Gypsum." Yet even all this doesn't sum it up, as the quiet start of cymbals and rambling/sprightly piano of "Open Air" shows with slow synth moans bringing the song to a sudden end.

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