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Category: Classical Rock/Progressive

Sitcom Fade-In - Nai Harvest - Whatever (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Whatever is Nai Harvest’s first full length release, featuring 10 tracks, moving towards a bigger sound and a change in tone. Still fast and fun like their previous material but with heavier guitar tones laced with reverb, some slower grungier phrases and overall more well-structured songs.
  2. outside the sky is golden and everyone is swimming in fallen leaves i liked it better before it was better tongue tied, for lack of a better word and i spy the beginning of something words so clever, i don't know that they mean please take yr hands off of my eyes and i'll look anywhere those days, i recall being wonderful and just let me say, 'how could i forget one of them' loosen yr grip, it.
  3. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Nai Harvest - Whatever at Discogs. Complete your Nai Harvest collection/5(28).
  4. Sep 02,  · BA1: Never heard of them, but Disraeli Gears sounds cool. I'll check that out! BA2L Eric Clapton. BA3: I've been bitten by a opossum, dogs, cats, and one animal that left a really nasty bruise on the bone of my ankle..I never found out what it was.
  5. Nai Harvest are a band from the UK. Pop Punk/Punk. They are bringing out their latest album on the 15th April For fans of Basement, The Story So Far, Daylight, Turnover, etc.
  6. Carolyn's first-ever live album is a tasteful song set from shows at Antone's in Austin, Kessler Theater in Dallas and Last Concert Cafe in Houston. Her trio plus guests Guy Forsyth and Shelley King play new original songs, a new co-write with Ruthie Foster and covers of Doug Sahm, Lean Russel and Los Lobos. Vinyl version due July 7.
  7. Whatever by Nai Harvest, released 1. Whatever 2. Floor 3. Sitcom Fade-In 4. Twin Tweaks 5. Distance, etc. 6. Quit Mackin' 7. Washy 8. Red .
  8. It was this ever-present tension that drove the band apart barely a year after their genre-defining album Frame & Canvas, with Braid coming to an end in August , right on the cusp of emo breaking through to the mainstream. But with time comes perspective, and in , the band eventually rediscovered not only their passion for their old.

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