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Darth Vader - Highasakite - Silent Treatment (CD, Album)

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  1. About “Darth Vader” 1 contributor This song is track #7 on Highasakite’s second album ‘Silent Treatment’ ().
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Silent Treatment on Discogs/5(5).
  3. Song that made me buy the album (on first listen): Since Last Wednesday BEST song on the album: I, The Hand Grenade (I can't get enough of this song.) The other BEST song on the album: Iran (I just can't decide which I like the most.) Highlight FUN song: Darth Vader (Just a really fun-sounding song to listen to. Definitely one to put on replay.).
  4. Silent Treatment is first full-length album, and second in total, released by Norwegian indie pop group Highasakite. Upon release the album received rave reviews, with Norwegian newspaper Dagbladet lauding it, giving Highasakite their second consecutive 6/6 from the newspaper; Verdens Gang was equally enthusiastic, giving it a 5/6.
  5. Silent Treatment Highasakite. Released Darth Vader Lyrics. 8. Iran More Highasakite albums The Bare Romantic, Pt. 1. Uranium Heart.
  6. Apr 08,  · Vinyl LP pressing. sophomore release from the Norwegian Indie Pop band. Highasakite consists of main songwriter Ingrid Helene H†vik (on vocals), Trond Bersu (drums), Oystein Skar (synths), Marte Eberson (synths) and Kristoffer Lo (guitar, percussion and flugabone). Features the single 'Since Last Wednesday'/5(26).
  7. Highasakite - Silent Treatment (Vinyl NEW) Label: Propellor Format: LP Release Date: No. of Discs: 1 EAN: Album Tracks 1. Lover, Where Do You Live? 2. Since Last Wednesday 3. Leaving No Traces 4. Hiroshima 5. My Only Crime 6. I, The Hand Grenade 7. Darth Vader 8. Iran 9. The Man on the Ferry
  8. Music Reviews: Silent Treatment by Highasakite released in via Inkind / Propeller. Genre: Indie Pop.
  9. Highasakite – Silent Treatment. By James Killin / 12 February , GMT. Silent Treatment; There are abstractions on “Darth Vader,” cascading harps drawing together an enjoyably extraneous montage of dragons, killer bees and amphetamines. a bad habit of too many indie songwriters. Whatever follows this album would do well to.

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