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8 Comments on " Angeline - Bombadil (3) - Metrics Of Affection (Vinyl, LP, Album) "

  • Bombadil's whimsical, melody-driven indie rock holds true and fortifies on Metrics of Affection, their fourth full-length and most cohesive album yet. Their ragout of instruments, including various strings, piano, bass, drums, and brass, has expanded a bit into synth territory, and they Price: $
  • Track List Angeline Learning to Let Go Born At Five Isn't It Funny Boring Country Song Have Me Patience Is Expensive When We Are Both Cats Whaling Vessel What Does It Mean One More Ring Escalators Thank You This is a new, unopened CD in its original packaging.
  • Aug 20,  · After previewing song #1, Angeline, for 30 seconds I immediately bought the whole album. Turns out, it is the only song with that same 'pop/beat-box' sound. But fortunately the whole playlist is amazing. I recently painted my whole house and I was listening to Metrics of Affection over and over and over. It is perfect!/5(10).
  • Jul 23,  · Angeline Bombadil. Album Metrics of Affection. Angeline Lyrics. Take another left Angeline Can't you see the light's turned green And you are lost in the city Keep going straight Angelane.
  • Metrics Of Affection (Vinyl): Bombadil: kindkihulisxotergnassnensfandiameallea.coinfo: Music. Skip to main content. Try Prime EN Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Orders Try Prime Cart. Music Go Search Buy Again Your Store Deals Format: LP Record.
  • Metrics of Affection by Bombadil, released 23 July 1. Angeline 2. Learning to Let Go 3. Born At 4. Isn't It Funny 5. Boring Country Song 6. Have Me 7. Patience Is Expensive 8. When We Are Both Cats 9. Whaling Vessel What Does It Mean One More Ring Escalators Thank You.
  • Dolph Ramseur, head of Ramseur Records/Management, discovered Bombadil on the band’s MySpace page, caught their live show and signed them in He helped the group book tours and release records, including the Bombadil EP in , A Buzz, A Buzz in and Tarpits and Canyonlands in After an 18 month period of intense touring and songwriting, Bombadil .
  • On “Metrics of Affection,” Bombadil stands proudly at the helm of their ship and assumes complete creative control. With production in-house, the band was able to push the boundaries and experiment more than on any previous albums, resulting in a rich but not overproduced collection of songs.