The Cycle Of Abuse - Emeralds (2) - Does It Look Like Im Here? (CD, Album)
Label: Editions Mego - EDITIONS mego 101 • Format: CD Album • Country: Austria • Genre: Electronic • Style: Krautrock, Synth-pop
Canastera - Various - The European Gipsy Music Festival (CD, Album), Look At Us - Vince Gill - Souvenirs (Cassette), Single Blip (Wolfgang Voigt Auramix), I Dream I Dwelt In Harlem - Glenn Miller - Tuxedo Junction (CD), Zwei Schatten Am Fenster - Die Flippers - Von Herz Zu Herz (CD, Album), Brink* & Mr Melodico* Ft CondorLoco - La Union Y La Paz (CDr), And All Because The Lady Loves... - Centred (Vinyl, LP, Album), Cold, Cold World - Warlock (2) - Triumph And Agony (Vinyl, LP, Album), Farewell To Whisky - Dougie MacLean - Butterstone (CD, Album), Killing Time - Nice Face - Horizon Fires (Vinyl, LP), Neměnnost Nicoty - ~ˇ^ˇ~ - Oběti Netolismu (CDr, Album), Danny Fontana - Fireball (File, MP3), Sedative - Montano - Subtitled (CDr)
8 thoughts on “ The Cycle Of Abuse - Emeralds (2) - Does It Look Like Im Here? (CD, Album) ”
Emeralds Does It Look Like I'm Here?, released 1. Candy Shoppe 2. The Cycle Of Abuse 3. Double Helix 4. Science Center 5. Genetic 6. Goes By 7. Does It Look Like I'm Here? 8. Summerdata 9. Shade It Doesnt Arrive Now You See Me Access Granted EMEGO ‘Does It Look Like I’m Here?’ is the third official album by Emeralds (after "Solar Bridge" on .
May 24, · Listen to your favorite songs from Does It Look Like I'm Here? by The Emeralds Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, .
The album Does It Look Like I'm Here?, released on Editions Mego in , is their most widely known release to date. It received the Best New Album designation from Pitchfork Media,  the Album of the Year award from Drowned in Sound,  and accolades from many other publications.
Emeralds Does it Look Like I’m Here? Review. Album. Released for the most part Does it Look Like I’m Here? is a certifiable boon for all somnambulant bliss 2 The Cycle of Abuse.
1. Emeralds were an Ambient / Drone / Electronic music trio from Cleveland, Ohio, United States. Musicians John Elliott, Steve Hauschildt, and Mark McGuire began playing music together under the name Fancelions in in the western suburbs of Cleveland. However, due to a desire to simplify and focus more on live improvisation, they soon re-formed as Emeralds.
Does It Look Like I'm Here? is a album from the band Emeralds. It contains a mix of tracks previously released as 7-inch singles and new material.  Pitchfork placed it at number 36 on its list of "The Top 50 Albums of ",  and number on its list of "The Best Albums of the s".
Find Emeralds discography, albums and singles on AllMusic. Find Emeralds discography, albums and singles on AllMusic full condensed blue highlight denotes album pick Filter Discography By Albums Singles & EPs All. Year Album Label Does It Look Like I'm Here? Editions Mego (0).
Does It Look Like I'm Here? () Its virtues: Finds new approaches to well traveled electronic music roads by modifying the emotional tone in their structures and blending different influences simultaneously with their own perspectives, in doing so they sometimes fall prey of excesses, but the solid focus to their melody lines counterpoints and balances it to an even Krautrockk/P.E. mix.