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Crown Of Creation - Ride - Carnival Of Light (CD, Album)

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  1. Carnival of Light () is a Studio album by Ride. Genres: Alternative Rock, Indie Rock. Songs: Moonlight Medicine, Miles, From Time To Time, Natural Grace, Only Now.
  2. Ride is a shoegaze / alternative rock band that formed in in Oxford, England, consisting of Andy Bell, Mark Gardener, Laurence Colbert, and Steve Queralt. The band were initially part of the shoegaze scene that emerged in England during the early s. Their debut album Nowhere () has been named one of the greatest albums of the genre. Ride has released five albums: "Nowhere" (
  3. Jun 28,  · I simply cannot be more happy with the job Ignition Records has done for the entire Ride catalog, but for Carnival Of Light in particular. This album really defies the shoe-gazer genre in alot of ways. It is their most diverse album, mixing up several styles into a glorious merger of shoe-gazing pop, psychedelia, and late 60's/70's folk rock/5(22).
  4. Ride - Carnival Of Light Album Lyrics; 1. Birdman Lyrics: 2. Moonlight Medicine Lyrics: 3. Natural Grace Lyrics: 4. Crown of Creation Lyrics: 5. Endless Road Lyrics: 6. Rolling Thunder Lyrics: 7. Don't Let It Die Lyrics: 8. Let's Get Lost Lyrics: 9. At the End of the Universe Lyrics: Miles Lyrics: From Time to Time Lyrics:
  5. Find release reviews and credits for Carnival of Light - Ride on AllMusic - Ride Carnival of Light (CD - Sire #) Perhaps Bell's ego was too big to recognize the lyrical shortcomings of "Crown of Creation," the poor Al Greenism of "Endless Road," and the outright flimsiness of "I Don't Know Where It Comes From," which features.
  6. Carnival of Light, an Album by Ride. Released 20 June on Creation (catalog no. CRECD ; CD). Genres: Britpop.
  7. Carnival of Light is the third studio album by British rock band Ride, released in June via Creation Records. The album showcased the band's shift from shoegazing to a more traditional, psychedelic rock sound. It was not well received by critics, and by the end of even the band members had become disillusioned, referring to it amongst /5(9).

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