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Blanket Of Fog - Klinik, The* - The Klinik (CD)

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Category: Post-Rock

9 comments on Blanket Of Fog - Klinik, The* - The Klinik (CD)

  1. The Klinik finished "Awake" & "Blanket of Fog" with Stefan Mertens an Tom Claes.. The KLINIK also made "Stitch" & "The Knife" with MarK Burghgraeve, Thorsten Stroht & Erwin Breughelmans. "Sonic Surgery" & "Dark Surgery" was made with Nickanor, "Glutony" & "Greed" with Vidna Obmana.
  2. The Klinik är ett belgiskt synthband som bildades Bandet har haft ett flertal medlemmar, men dess klassiska uppsättning består av Marc Verhaegen Blanket of Fog CD (Off Beat ) End of the Line samlingsbox, 4 CD (Dependent ) Sonic Surgery CD (Hands Productions ).
  3. Blanket of Fog () End of the Line () Sonic Surgery () End of the Line is a retrospective 4 CD box set by Belgium Industrial band The Klinik. Track listing. CD 1 - REMIXES: "Nautilus" (mix by Herman Klapholz of AH CAMA-SOTZ) –
  4. Cold as Ice Songtext von Klinik mit Lyrics, deutscher Übersetzung, Musik-Videos und Liedtexten kostenlos auf flexomercorligasireserlihati.xyzinfo
  5. Klinik, (sometimes called The Klinik), is an industrial music band from Belgium, originally formed around by electro-synthpop practitioner Marc Verhaeghen, who is the only constant member. History Marc Verhaeghen originally formed Klinik in the early-to-mid s; the exact date varies depending on the source. The group is normally described as one of the most influential Belgian.
  6. Blanket of Fog is a studio album by Klinik, released in Track listing "Blanket of Fog" – "There is no Time to think" – "You'd make a Saint Swear" – "Piece of News" – "You shall dark my Door no more" – "E.B.N." – "Red Sky" – "Oh my God" – "Move Heaven and Earth" – "Listen to.
  7. If you enjoyed Klinik's "Blanket of Fog" or "Stitch" albums then this one will be music to your ears. For those who prefer the band's "glory days", give this one a miss as it is far too forward-thinking/moving for those who still stubbornly cling to Klinik's rather dated earlier sound.

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