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Tracklist

1Linear Thinking
2Counting The Minutes
3I'm Talkin' To You
4Dreams
5King Bee
6Regeneration
7All The Hours There Are
8Magical Days
9I Like It
10Can I Go Back Again
11Heaven Or Hell
12A Day To Remember

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CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
PR 1005July Resurrection ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, RE)Psychotron Records PR 1005UK2016

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Released 2013. Resurrection Tracklist. Magical Days Lyrics. About Resurrection. Resurrection Q&A. July - Resurrection 2013. To favorites 1 Download album. Listen album. Pop-Rock Progressive Rock Art Rock Psychedelic Rock. Наверняка есть очень мало тех меломанов, кто не знаком с одноимённым классическим псих-рокпоп альбомом 1968 года британской группы July. Resurrection is a music album by July released in 2013. Resurrection is ranked 60,766th in the overall chart, 17,729th in the 2010s, and 1,870th in the year 2013. This album is rated in the top 21 of all albums on . Resurrection by July Year: 2013 Release date: 2013-00-00 Overall rank: 60,766th. Average Rating: 75100 from 1 vote. Resurrection is a demo album by American death metal band Possessed. The album contains a rehearsal from 1984 and a song by Jeff Becerra's new band, Side Effect. There were only 500 copies of the album available that were recorded on 10 vinyl. Stream Tracks and Playlists from July RESURRECTION on your desktop or mobile to music from July RESURRECTION like KING BEE PC DEMO. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from July : Tales From The Strip Year: 2005 Phil Lewis - vocals Stacey Blades - guitar Adam Hamilton - bass Steve Riley - drums. A Guns - Resurrection. July Man. Wayne Barras - Vocals Keith - Drums Joe Panno - Guitar Eddie Gandolfi - Guitar Mike Koerber - Bass. Lesen Sie Rezensionen und informieren Sie sich über beteiligte Personen. Kaufen Sie Platten und CDs und vervollständigen Sie Ihre July-Sammlung. English Deutsch Español Français Italiano 日本語 한국어 Português Brasil Русский. Master-Release bearbeiten. July 3 Resurrection. Genre: Rock, Pop. Resurrection - Resurrection. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией

July - Resurrection mp3

Performer: July

Title: Resurrection

Country: UK

Release date: 2013

Label: Neddysongs Recordings

Style: Psychedelic Rock

Genre: Rock / Pop

Size MP3: 1251 mb

Rating: 4.4 / 5

Votes: 462

Record source: CD, Album

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Yojin
Allow me to begin by saying that the albums by July deliver some of the worst jacket art of all time, very much themed throughout, where I’m sure there’s a secret message or inside joke that I’m not privy too, nevertheless, it’s all rather lackluster, where I’m sure the record is often passed over simply due to that fact.Resurrection is not a resurrection of old material, which may have been a far better concept, the band has reformed, delivering a more progressive Floyd-ish sound, though more hard prog oriented, yet for this listener, July’s defining moment was the single song “Dandelion Seeds,” an obligatory strolling psychedelic masterpiece of kaleidoscope vision from back in 1968. While there are still psychedelic moments on this outing, don’t expect the record to travel down those same hazed paths, or even conjure any of the magic from the spaced out Summer of Love, as most reviewers make the implication that July has moved on musically, where listeners who are willing to move with them will be in for a beguiling treat … which of course is a sly way of praising something without actually saying it’s good or bad, though to my way of thinking, there was very little found here to satisfy my curiosity.July were also deeply influenced by what was happening around them, rather than being the influence, with that same notion being carried forth here, where the songs are nothing more than an amalgamation of what’s been done better before by others, which for the most part being the reason I let this band rest after their initial outing. Neil Young once said, “It’s better to fade away than to turn to rust,” an idea that July should have taken to heart before releasing their second album The Second of July, a rather silly play on words (the 4th of July), which was comprised of material composed during or prior to the release of their first outing. Nevertheless, July had an all-be-it brief moment in the sun, they should have let things be rather than attempting to recapture the un-capture-able, leaving that brilliant single to sound less valuable. (laughing) I remember a review from back in the day regarding their first album by saying, “It was the worst album I every heard, a complete waste of plastic,” and while I won’t be so bold here, the sentiment is pretty much true.Review by Jenell Kesler
Yojin
Allow me to begin by saying that the albums by July deliver some of the worst jacket art of all time, very much themed throughout, where I’m sure there’s a secret message or inside joke that I’m not privy too, nevertheless, it’s all rather lackluster, where I’m sure the record is often passed over simply due to that fact.Resurrection is not a resurrection of old material, which may have been a far better concept, the band has reformed, delivering a more progressive Floyd-ish sound, though more hard prog oriented, yet for this listener, July’s defining moment was the single song “Dandelion Seeds,” an obligatory strolling psychedelic masterpiece of kaleidoscope vision from back in 1968. While there are still psychedelic moments on this outing, don’t expect the record to travel down those same hazed paths, or even conjure any of the magic from the spaced out Summer of Love, as most reviewers make the implication that July has moved on musically, where listeners who are willing to move with them will be in for a beguiling treat … which of course is a sly way of praising something without actually saying it’s good or bad, though to my way of thinking, there was very little found here to satisfy my curiosity.July were also deeply influenced by what was happening around them, rather than being the influence, with that same notion being carried forth here, where the songs are nothing more than an amalgamation of what’s been done better before by others, which for the most part being the reason I let this band rest after their initial outing. Neil Young once said, “It’s better to fade away than to turn to rust,” an idea that July should have taken to heart before releasing their second album The Second of July, a rather silly play on words (the 4th of July), which was comprised of material composed during or prior to the release of their first outing. Nevertheless, July had an all-be-it brief moment in the sun, they should have let things be rather than attempting to recapture the un-capture-able, leaving that brilliant single to sound less valuable. (laughing) I remember a review from back in the day regarding their first album by saying, “It was the worst album I every heard, a complete waste of plastic,” and while I won’t be so bold here, the sentiment is pretty much true.Review by Jenell Kesler
Tat
Very nice psychedelic album. The album consistently is generally very good to very good and excellent, with only a few bad tracks like King Bee and Regeneration (does it have the same chorus as My Generation?). The stand out classic tracks for me are I Go Back Again, Counting the Minutes (great rhythm), A Day to Remember (happy song), Heaven and Hell (funny and thoughtful) and Magical Days. I think my favourite track is Magical Days which has a summery psychedelic feel, it's very positive, great verses and a great catchy chorus. Brilliant, I sometimes play this track on repeat! The album is full of psychedelic touches and effects (such as delayed drums), and unusual instrumentation, and the lead guitar is measured and exquisite. The vocals on this album are excellent on a par with the original album (also worth getting). The drumming is excellent and the production brilliant. With the exception of the last track Regeneration the song-writing's very original. July are a wonderful band and I can't wait for the next album or their next tour.
Tat
Very nice psychedelic album. The album consistently is generally very good to very good and excellent, with only a few bad tracks like King Bee and Regeneration (does it have the same chorus as My Generation?). The stand out classic tracks for me are I Go Back Again, Counting the Minutes (great rhythm), A Day to Remember (happy song), Heaven and Hell (funny and thoughtful) and Magical Days. I think my favourite track is Magical Days which has a summery psychedelic feel, it's very positive, great verses and a great catchy chorus. Brilliant, I sometimes play this track on repeat! The album is full of psychedelic touches and effects (such as delayed drums), and unusual instrumentation, and the lead guitar is measured and exquisite. The vocals on this album are excellent on a par with the original album (also worth getting). The drumming is excellent and the production brilliant. With the exception of the last track Regeneration the song-writing's very original. July are a wonderful band and I can't wait for the next album or their next tour.
Anaragelv
Sublime psych album. Well written and executed perfectly. The production is great, beautifully modern with a nod to the past. I had this album on repeat in the car for the first couple of days and always look forward to hearing it again.
Anaragelv
Sublime psych album. Well written and executed perfectly. The production is great, beautifully modern with a nod to the past. I had this album on repeat in the car for the first couple of days and always look forward to hearing it again.
Arlana
Yes, it exists indeed, I got my copy a few days ago directly from Peter Cook (4) himself.When you order via discogs, you will order directly from him! ;-)
Arlana
Yes, it exists indeed, I got my copy a few days ago directly from Peter Cook (4) himself.When you order via discogs, you will order directly from him! ;-)
Cashoutmaster
does this actually exist? an internet search or two didn't turn any up either.
Cashoutmaster
does this actually exist? an internet search or two didn't turn any up either.
Ariseym
yes, it does! there's a taster on soundcloud... follow this link: http://griffiths-clothing.com/music/july-detail
Ariseym
yes, it does! there's a taster on soundcloud... follow this link: http://griffiths-clothing.com/music/july-detail
Mavegar
app are ntly it exists now - now exists it, apparently
Mavegar
app are ntly it exists now - now exists it, apparently