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Anchor Vs. Breakdance Vietnam (Triple Crown). Review by Stein Haukland.
The record is divided into two movements; "Low Level Listening" (parts one
through three) and "Anchor States" (parts one through three). A radical departure ...
Anchor Bay Video. Combining elements of King Kong ... Anchor Bay mastered
their video from beautiful source material. A strong cast and thoughtful script by ...
... with dynamics: one clean, delayed guitar providing the perfect anchor for the
heavy one to run the gamut of psychedelic effects pedals, the oft-rumbling drums ...
The Machine Cuisine Companion Cassette (Anchor Brain). Review by Matthew
Moyer. ... Anchor Brain. During the salad days of indie-mania in 1994, the ...
And yet, the haunting two chords that anchor the organ-based final track "In No
Time" perfectly follow the impressive musicality of the previous songs. Meany ...
Throughout, they find a great balance between form and freedom, the indistinct
haze of a daydream and an ever-present anchor in reality. It's the same kind of ...
It's anchored by loping, mid-paced thrash rhythms and some bone-crunchy guitar
and sickly vocals. And dig that solo! "Through the Cracks of Death" is musically ...
Anchor Bay Entertainment DVD ... The Anchor Bay DVD features a pristine,
anamorphic, widescreen transfer, a trailer, some behind the scenes photos, and
"Anchor" represents a standout moment, as does "Breath of Water." And maybe
it's to those songs we should look for the true essence of Cave In. Antenna's ...