Wake Up Time For Freedom - The Cult - Sonic Temple (CD, Album)

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  1. The Cult ‎– Sonic Temple Label: EMI (Korea) ‎– VKPL, Beggars Banquet ‎– VKPL, Beggars Banquet ‎– BEGA
  2. Oct 29,  · Released in , Sonic Temple was The Cult’s fourth studio album after ’s Dreamtime, ’s Love, and ’s Electric. But while Dreamtime and Love mixed punk and Goth in a unique way, and Electric had them stripping down to a raw rock sound, Sonic Temple melded the two approaches into what would become the band’s most.
  3. marks the 30th anniversary of The Cult’s seminal album SONIC pupsuppterganpgnosesanhatmenemarpedd.coinfo celebrate the anniversary, Beggars Arkive will release THE CULT: SONIC TEMPLE 30 on September 13th. It will be released as a deluxe box set and a 5-CD set, and we are also reissuing Sonic Temple on Double LP, which has been out of print for over 20 years. The sets both contain limited-release demos in addition .
  4. For me, the album was a throwback to rock of a more cherished time which probably clouded my judgement and resulted in more merit than it was actually worth. Sonic Temple was the album that broke The Cult in America which was hardly surprising. Their brand of driving rock and roll has always seemed more suited to the U.S. market.
  5. CD 1 - Sonic Temple Produced by Rock Recorded by Mike Fraser, assisted by Chris Taylor. Recorded and Mixed at Little Mountain Studios, Vancouver, B.C., Canada in September - October "Sweet Soul Sister" and "Wake Up Time For Freedom" remixed at A&M Recording studios, Hollywood, CA, in December
  6. Sep 13,  · Listen to your favorite songs from Sonic Temple 30th Anniversary by The Cult Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, .
  7. Wake Up Time For Freedom by The Cult song meaning, lyric interpretation, video and chart position Album: Sonic Temple Rosanne talks about the journey that inspired her songs on her album The River & the Thread, including a stop at the Tallahatchie Bridge. Stephen Christian of .
  8. More varied than its predecessor, Electric, Sonic Temple finds the Cult trying several different metal styles, from crunchy Electric-era '70s grooves and the fuzzy, noisy psychedelia of Love, to mellow ballads and commercial '80s hard pupsuppterganpgnosesanhatmenemarpedd.coinfo all of the experiments work, as some of the songs lean toward ponderousness, but enough of them do to send Sonic Temple into the Billboard Top Ten, due 7/

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