Category: Rock

Rejoice - So Long Forgotten - Beneath Our Noble Heads (CDr, Album)

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  2. Label: Capitol Records - 8 2 8,EMI - 8 2 8 • Format: CD Album, Copy Protected • Country: Brazil • Genre: Rock • Style: Prog Rock, Classic Rock.
  3. AMY: So that thing, that hid in my house for twelve years? DOCTOR: Multiforms can live for millennia. Twelve years is a pit-stop. AMY: So how come you show up again on the same day that lot do? The same minute! DOCTOR: They're looking for him, but they followed me. They saw me through the crack, got a fix, they're only late because I am.
  4. "Come, daughter, thou hast now found thy God, whom thy heart has so long sought after. Look upwards, then, with sparkling eyes and radiant face and bounding heart, and behold Him and embrace Him with the infinite outstretched warms of thy soul and thy affection, and give thanks and praise to Him, the noble Prince of all creatures.
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  6. So Long Forgotten - Beneath Our Noble Heads review: Powerful and emotionally moving (post) rock with thoughtful and poetic lyrics. Granted, opener "Rejoice" and outro "And Again I Say Rejoice" frame the album with a chorus of allelujahs, but they both are not only easily forgettable, but feel forced on the rest of the album, which otherwise.
  7. It's All Forgotten Now Lyrics: It's all forgotten now / The trouble and the pain / Forgotten, every word I said / Forgotten, every tear you shed / We're still in love / It's all forgiven now / We.
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