[Free Mp3's] Ljungblut – Villa Carlotta 5959 Album Download [Full zip] Free!!

Home Forums College [Free Mp3's] Ljungblut – Villa Carlotta 5959 Album Download [Full zip] Free!!

  • This topic has 0 replies, 1 voice, and was last updated 2 years ago by Casaleggio.
Viewing 1 post (of 1 total)
  • Author
    Posts
  • #11977 Reply
    Casaleggio
    Guest

    [Free Mp3’s] Ljungblut – Villa Carlotta 5959 Album Download [Full zip] Free!!

    ============ALBUM LISTEN & DOWNLOAD HERE============

    FULL ALBUM CLICK HERE: http://mp3now.live/1435925306-ljungblut-villa-carlotta-5959-2018-142

    ============ALBUM LISTEN & DOWNLOAD HERE============

    Tracklist:
    1. Hasselblad
    2. Oktober
    3. Til Warszawa
    4. 235
    5. Superga
    6. Diamant
    7. Himmelen Som Vet
    8. Ohnesorg
    9. Aldri Helt Stille
    10. Min Krig

    ============ALBUM LISTEN & DOWNLOAD HERE============

    [FULL ALBUM] Ljungblut Villa Carlotta 5959 “COMPLETE DOWNLOAD LINK” “2018

    The Ljungblut project originated in 2005 originally as a solo leopard of Kim Ljung, bassist and lead author of Seigmen and Zeromancer. After three solo albums in English, however, the project grew to a five-member formation, followed by two boards in the Norse. The upcoming collection of “Villa Carlotta 5959” will be a trillion of Norwegian lyrics with a feature-length long cut and a final piece of work. Some tracks refer to historical events, the track “Hasselblad” flee, for example, deals with 12 Hasselblad cameras left on the surface of the Moon. The song “Superga” refers again to the Superga hill near Turin, where the airplane with the Turin football team collapsed in 1949.

    Kim Ljung formed Ljungblut in 2004 as a sidewalk for his two other, more highly regarded, Seigmen and Zeromances. With sedge he got a bunch of close friends and musicians; Dan Heide (guitar), Sindre Pedersen (heavy), Joakim Brendsrød (keyboards) and Ted Skogmann (drums).

    Kim Ljung formed Ljungblut in 2004 as a sidewalk for his two other, more highly regarded, Seigmen and Zeromances. With sedge he got a bunch of close friends and musicians; Dan Heide (guitar), Sindre Pedersen (heavy), Joakim Brendsrød (keyboards) and Ted Skogmann (drums).

    Kim Ljung and his Ljungblut had to go a long way to contract with a reputable publisher who will provide the “Villa Carlotta 5959” world distribution. Thanks to this, Droll has a good chance that this album will hit the Polish market, which should please all music enthusiasts from the Viking Land. And I know that there are quite a few of them. What can captivate in the new album of the Ljungblut group? It is quiet, calm, gentle and melancholy. Atmospheric. So what the Vikings music often praises for. In addition, all this combined mask with beautiful and wise texts. Unfortunately, most fans probably will not understand the lyrics of individual songs, yill I think that this may be an opportunity to stimulate your own imagination. The Norwegian texts certainly will not facilitate a more direct message, it is not known from the present that Scandinavian languages ​​have this to them that they are phenomenally suited to such melancholy and dark, and at the same time melodious, climates. In any case, from what I managed to decode, the opening record “Hasselblad” talks about the brand’s cameras (is not the pageant is product placement? Or maybe Hasselblad is a generous patron of Ljung’s work?) Left on the surface of the moon by the first expedition on our satellite. Thanks to the EL 500, we all remember the historical photographs of the Apollo 11 crew. In turn, Superga tells of the 1949 aviation disaster, when the entire AC Torino football team died tragically at the foot of the Superg hill at Turin. In turn, the two closing album oniric songs “Min krig” (“Moja wojna”) and “Aldri helt stille” (“Never quite calm”) talk about Kim’s painful struggle with chronic migraine, which he has suffered for many years. It is still in this set, the song “Til Warsaw”, which flawlessly, without a trace of foreign accent, sung in the chorus of the droll, the name of our capital. I guess that for some reason Warsaw deed was an important city for Kim Ljung and the company, since this beautiful piece was dedicated to her. However, what history is connected with the title villa Carlota and where the laughingstock is located – unfortunately I could not decipher it …

    Kim Ljung and his Ljungblut had to go a long way to contract with a reputable publisher who will provide the “Villa Carlotta 5959” world distribution. Thanks to this, Droll has a good chance that this album will hit the Polish market, which should please all music enthusiasts from the Viking Land. And I know that there are quite a few of them. What can captivate in the new album of the Ljungblut group? It is quiet, calm, gentle and melancholy. Atmospheric. So what the Vikings music often praises for. In addition, all this combined mask with beautiful and wise texts. Unfortunately, most fans probably will not understand the lyrics of individual songs, yill I think that this may be an opportunity to stimulate your own imagination. The Norwegian texts certainly will not facilitate a more direct message, it is not known from the present that Scandinavian languages ​​have this to them that they are phenomenally suited to such melancholy and dark, and at the same time melodious, climates. In any case, from what I managed to decode, the opening record “Hasselblad” talks about the brand’s cameras (is not the pageant is product placement? Or maybe Hasselblad is a generous patron of Ljung’s work?) Left on the surface of the moon by the first expedition on our satellite. Thanks to the EL 500, we all remember the historical photographs of the Apollo 11 crew. In turn, Superga tells of the 1949 aviation disaster, when the entire AC Torino football team died tragically at the foot of the Superg hill at Turin. In turn, the two closing album oniric songs “Min krig” (“Moja wojna”) and “Aldri helt stille” (“Never quite calm”) talk about Kim’s painful struggle with chronic migraine, which he has suffered for many years. It is still in this set, the song “Til Warsaw”, which flawlessly, without a trace of foreign accent, sung in the chorus of the droll, the name of our capital. I guess that for some reason Warsaw deed was an important city for Kim Ljung and the company, since this beautiful piece was dedicated to her. However, what history is connected with the title villa Carlota and where the laughingstock is located – unfortunately I could not decipher it …

    The Ljungblut project originated in 2005 originally as a solo leopard of Kim Ljung, bassist and lead author of Seigmen and Zeromancer. After three solo albums in English, however, the project grew to a five-member formation, followed by two boards in the Norse. The upcoming collection of “Villa Carlotta 5959” will be a trillion of Norwegian lyrics with a feature-length long cut and a final piece of work. Some tracks refer to historical events, the track “Hasselblad” flee, for example, deals with 12 Hasselblad cameras left on the surface of the Moon. The song “Superga” refers again to the Superga hill near Turin, where the airplane with the Turin football team collapsed in 1949.

    Kim Ljung and his Ljungblut had to go a long way to contract with a reputable publisher who will provide the “Villa Carlotta 5959” world distribution. Thanks to this, Droll has a good chance that this album will hit the Polish market, which should please all music enthusiasts from the Viking Land. And I know that there are quite a few of them. What can captivate in the new album of the Ljungblut group? It is quiet, calm, gentle and melancholy. Atmospheric. So what the Vikings music often praises for. In addition, all this combined mask with beautiful and wise texts. Unfortunately, most fans probably will not understand the lyrics of individual songs, yill I think that this may be an opportunity to stimulate your own imagination. The Norwegian texts certainly will not facilitate a more direct message, it is not known from the present that Scandinavian languages ​​have this to them that they are phenomenally suited to such melancholy and dark, and at the same time melodious, climates. In any case, from what I managed to decode, the opening record “Hasselblad” talks about the brand’s cameras (is not the pageant is product placement? Or maybe Hasselblad is a generous patron of Ljung’s work?) Left on the surface of the moon by the first expedition on our satellite. Thanks to the EL 500, we all remember the historical photographs of the Apollo 11 crew. In turn, Superga tells of the 1949 aviation disaster, when the entire AC Torino football team died tragically at the foot of the Superg hill at Turin. In turn, the two closing album oniric songs “Min krig” (“Moja wojna”) and “Aldri helt stille” (“Never quite calm”) talk about Kim’s painful struggle with chronic migraine, which he has suffered for many years. It is still in this set, the song “Til Warsaw”, which flawlessly, without a trace of foreign accent, sung in the chorus of the droll, the name of our capital. I guess that for some reason Warsaw deed was an important city for Kim Ljung and the company, since this beautiful piece was dedicated to her. However, what history is connected with the title villa Carlota and where the laughingstock is located – unfortunately I could not decipher it …

    Dutch, pioneers in progressive rock music, album-released with See See the Sun in 1973, they got a hit with the “Ruthless Queen” in 1979 and they were split in 1982. Since 1999, the Progressive Kayak has once again bumped with changing crews. Led by the keyboardist Ton Scherpenzeel, today’s KAYAK is of particular interest to Swedes, as the band today contains Kristoffer Gildenlöw (ex-Pain of Salvation) on bass. The last album’s title “17” not only mark where in the order the disc comes, but also that Embarrass felt like being 17 years old to record the work. In the beginning of the transgress career, KAYAK proclaim Yes and Focus, the album “17” were shown parallels to progressive greats such as Supertramp, City Boy and Jethro Tull, but it is clear that KAYAK always basically lives its own sound.

    Kim Ljung formed Ljungblut in 2004 as a sidewalk for his two other, more highly regarded, Seigmen and Zeromances. With sedge he got a bunch of close friends and musicians; Dan Heide (guitar), Sindre Pedersen (heavy), Joakim Brendsrød (keyboards) and Ted Skogmann (drums).

    The Ljungblut project originated in 2005 originally as a solo leopard of Kim Ljung, bassist and lead author of Seigmen and Zeromancer. After three solo albums in English, however, the project grew to a five-member formation, followed by two boards in the Norse. The upcoming collection of “Villa Carlotta 5959” will be a trillion of Norwegian lyrics with a feature-length long cut and a final piece of work. Some tracks refer to historical events, the track “Hasselblad” flee, for example, deals with 12 Hasselblad cameras left on the surface of the Moon. The song “Superga” refers again to the Superga hill near Turin, where the airplane with the Turin football team collapsed in 1949.

    It all began in 2005. It was then that Kim Ljung – composer and bassist gripsack Seigmen and Zeromancer – for the first time appeared to the world of hull with his stage name, Ljungblut. Under this banner, in cooperation with another member of the Zeromancer, Dan Heide, he shortly recorded three English-language albums: “The Other Side of All Things”, “Influences For A New Album” and “Capitals”. All of them were released by private label Kima – Pleasuredisc. Each appeared in the amount of one thousand numbered copies. They all spread like hot cakes. Great success.

    Dutch, pioneers in progressive rock music, album-released with See See the Sun in 1973, they got a hit with the “Ruthless Queen” in 1979 and they were split in 1982. Since 1999, the Progressive Kayak has once again bumped with changing crews. Led by the keyboardist Ton Scherpenzeel, today’s KAYAK is of particular interest to Swedes, as the band today contains Kristoffer Gildenlöw (ex-Pain of Salvation) on bass. The last album’s title “17” not only mark where in the order the disc comes, but also that Embarrass felt like being 17 years old to record the work. In the beginning of the transgress career, KAYAK proclaim Yes and Focus, the album “17” were shown parallels to progressive greats such as Supertramp, City Boy and Jethro Tull, but it is clear that KAYAK always basically lives its own sound.

    The Ljungblut project originated in 2005 originally as a solo leopard of Kim Ljung, bassist and lead author of Seigmen and Zeromancer. After three solo albums in English, however, the project grew to a five-member formation, followed by two boards in the Norse. The upcoming collection of “Villa Carlotta 5959” will be a trillion of Norwegian lyrics with a feature-length long cut and a final piece of work. Some tracks refer to historical events, the track “Hasselblad” flee, for example, deals with 12 Hasselblad cameras left on the surface of the Moon. The song “Superga” refers again to the Superga hill near Turin, where the airplane with the Turin football team collapsed in 1949.

    Dutch, pioneers in progressive rock music, album-released with See See the Sun in 1973, they got a hit with the “Ruthless Queen” in 1979 and they were split in 1982. Since 1999, the Progressive Kayak has once again bumped with changing crews. Led by the keyboardist Ton Scherpenzeel, today’s KAYAK is of particular interest to Swedes, as the band today contains Kristoffer Gildenlöw (ex-Pain of Salvation) on bass. The last album’s title “17” not only mark where in the order the disc comes, but also that Embarrass felt like being 17 years old to record the work. In the beginning of the transgress career, KAYAK proclaim Yes and Focus, the album “17” were shown parallels to progressive greats such as Supertramp, City Boy and Jethro Tull, but it is clear that KAYAK always basically lives its own sound.

    The Ljungblut project originated in 2005 originally as a solo leopard of Kim Ljung, bassist and lead author of Seigmen and Zeromancer. After three solo albums in English, however, the project grew to a five-member formation, followed by two boards in the Norse. The upcoming collection of “Villa Carlotta 5959” will be a trillion of Norwegian lyrics with a feature-length long cut and a final piece of work. Some tracks refer to historical events, the track “Hasselblad” flee, for example, deals with 12 Hasselblad cameras left on the surface of the Moon. The song “Superga” refers again to the Superga hill near Turin, where the airplane with the Turin football team collapsed in 1949.

    A real specific agitation when it happens. The guys beloved the demo. A few weeks puisne we detail “Hasselblad” as a band, preservation it grapple to the fresh belief. Of series, Ted added a real powerful drum-instance. It was only honest over a 2-tittle orchestration though. Right after I wrote it, I was visting Erik Ljunggren in his studio. Blown avaunt by the group of modular and vintage synthesizers, I asked him if he deficiency to add for the extermination part. The Arp 2600 and the Oberheim Matrix appoint most of the witchcraft. All parallel. It was perfect.

    The Ljungblut project originated in 2005 originally as a solo leopard of Kim Ljung, bassist and lead author of Seigmen and Zeromancer. After three solo albums in English, however, the project grew to a five-member formation, followed by two boards in the Norse. The upcoming collection of “Villa Carlotta 5959” will be a trillion of Norwegian lyrics with a feature-length long cut and a final piece of work. Some tracks refer to historical events, the track “Hasselblad” flee, for example, deals with 12 Hasselblad cameras left on the surface of the Moon. The song “Superga” refers again to the Superga hill near Turin, where the airplane with the Turin football team collapsed in 1949.

    Kim Ljung formed Ljungblut in 2004 as a sidewalk for his two other, more highly regarded, Seigmen and Zeromances. With sedge he got a bunch of close friends and musicians; Dan Heide (guitar), Sindre Pedersen (heavy), Joakim Brendsrød (keyboards) and Ted Skogmann (drums).

    “Villa Carlotta 5959” is the sixth Ljungblut album, and the last in a trilogy of albums with Norwegian lyrics. Here, several songs have historical allusion. “Hasselblad” circularly the 12 Hasselblad cameras larboard behind on the peripheric of the Moon. “Superga” referring to the Superga degree external Torino, most understood for the cathedral and the plane break that killed the Torino AFL team in 1949. Then there are songs allude to Ljung’s lingering hemicrania – “Min krig” (My army) and “Aldri helt stille” (Never completely tranquil). The album has a wide range of tempos and dynamics, but at the same time a stick sound and heavy, doleful temperament. An living healthy with Kim Ljung’s physiognomic voice hem in by a superabundance of harvest synths and device.

    The Ljungblut project originated in 2005 originally as a solo leopard of Kim Ljung, bassist and lead author of Seigmen and Zeromancer. After three solo albums in English, however, the project grew to a five-member formation, followed by two boards in the Norse. The upcoming collection of “Villa Carlotta 5959” will be a trillion of Norwegian lyrics with a feature-length long cut and a final piece of work. Some tracks refer to historical events, the track “Hasselblad” flee, for example, deals with 12 Hasselblad cameras left on the surface of the Moon. The song “Superga” refers again to the Superga hill near Turin, where the airplane with the Turin football team collapsed in 1949.

Viewing 1 post (of 1 total)
Reply To: [Free Mp3's] Ljungblut – Villa Carlotta 5959 Album Download [Full zip] Free!!
Your information: