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Corale - The Phoenix Foundation - Fandango (CD, Album)

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  1. Kimi says:
    The Phoenix Foundation: Fandango. Jim Carroll. First published: Fri, May 3, , Album: Fandango. Artist: The Phoenix Foundation. Label: New Zealanders The Phoenix Foundation.
  2. Mazumuro says:
    Fandango, the lofty, fifth long-player from Kiwi space rockers the Phoenix Foundation, clocks in at 78 minutes, which considering the Wellington sextet's penchant for cosmic extrapolation.
  3. Samuktilar says:
    The Phoenix Foundation - Listen to The Phoenix Foundation on Deezer. Albums Memphis Industries Buffalo - 10 Year Anniversary Edition. Eventually Corale. The Phoenix Foundation. Fandango. Access the complete album info (12 songs) Memphis Industries Buffalo.
  4. Kakora says:
    The Phoenix Foundation's fifth album Fandango - their first double album - was announced at the end of January It was released on 26 April in New Zealand and Australia (Universal), and 29 April for the UK and Europe (Memphis Industries) rest of the world. [11].
  5. Dainris says:
    Fandango, an album by The Phoenix Foundation on Spotify. our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  6. Malajin says:
    The album was met with some commercial success, eventually obtaining Gold status in New Zealand. In late , the Phoenix Foundation were signed by the Young American label, and Horsepower was released in the US on March 13, Happy Ending, the bands fourth LP was released in NZ and Australia in late
  7. Akim says:
    The Phoenix Foundation Biography by Mark Deming + Follow Artist. New Zealand-based indie rock outfit. Album Highlights. The Phoenix Foundation. Buffalo. The Phoenix Foundation. Fandango. See Full Discography Related Artists. Influenced by. The Flaming Lips. Influenced by. Radiohead.
  8. Bragore says:
    But it’s Friendly Society, Fandango’s minute closer, that captures the LP in microcosm: it’s a bit too long, a bit too uneventful, and a bit too much like hearing a band playing just for the sake of it. Had The Phoenix Foundation left, say, a third of this on the cutting room floor, we’d all be better off.

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