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8 thoughts on “ Radio Eyes - Ed Schraders Music Beat - Party Jail (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Ed Schrader's Music Beat - Party Jail at Discogs. Complete your Ed Schrader's Music Beat collection/5(14).
  2. The Rhythm - UTR • Format: CD Album digi • Country: UK • Genre: Rock • Style: Punk, Garage Rock Ed Schrader's Music Beat - Party Jail (, digi, CD) | Discogs Explore/5(2).
  3. Ed Schrader's Music Beat - Party Jail download free. Label: Upset! The Rhythm ‎– UTR Type: Vinyl, LP Country: UK Date of released: Jun Category: Rock Style: Punk, Garage Rock.
  4. Party Jail clocks in at thirteen songs and right about 26 minutes. In this short period of time, it courses through many dualities with ease, crafting little utopias and then directly following them with dystopian realizations—Schrader muses hypothetically on crucifiction in the piledriving “Radio Eyes”, speaks towards intense disillusionment in “No Fascination”.
  5. Artist: Ed Schrader’s Music Beat Title: Party Jail. Label: Upset The Rhythm Catalogue Number: UTR Formats: CD/ LP/ DIGITAL Running Time: mins Release Date: May 19th. Track listing: Pantomime Jack Pink Moons Emperor’s New Chair Televan Clock Weather Radio Eyes Cold Right Hand No Fascination
  6. Artist: Ed Schrader's Music Beat Title Of Album: Party Jail Year Of Release: Label: Infinity Cat Genre: Alt. Rock Quality: FLAC Total Time: min Total Size: MB Tracklist: 1. Pantomime Jack 2. Pink Moons 3. Emperor's New Chair 4. Televan 5. Clock Weather 6. Radio Eyes 7. Cold Right Hand 8. No Fascination 9. Laughing Signs Desire Post Pilot
  7. Ed Schrader's Music Beat Before Ed Schrader’s Music Beat, the project was just Ed Schrader with a floor tom. A 10” from four years back documents this era. In Devlin Rice joined Ed for a one-off show. This mind meld took the left field paranoid pop that Ed was composing and added a powerful low end power chug from the jug of eternal rock and raised the whole project a more visceral.
  8. Ed Schrader's Music Beat is an American two piece rock duo of Ed Schrader and Devlin Rice from Baltimore, The Washington Post named "Radio Eyes," another single from Party Jail, one of their top singles of The album was produced and co-written by Dan Deacon.

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