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Color Theory - Classic flac album

Color Theory - Classic flac album
Title:
Classic
Performer:
Style:
Synth-pop
Released:
FLAC album size:
1895 mb
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MP4 WAV AU ASF MIDI ADX MP2
Genre:
Rating:
4.7 ✪

The Sound by Color Theory, released 04 August 2010 1. Song Named After a Girl 2. Extroverts at Play 3. Too Close 4. It Must Be Halloween 5. A Safe Distance 6. Living a Boy's Adventure Tale 7. Backseat 8. The Rule of Tickles 9. Game Over 10. Two The 8th full-length Color Theory album features nine originals and an a-ha classic.

This song is by Color Theory and appears on the album The Majesty of Our Broken Past (2018). I lose myselfIn beautiful thingsDoes a butterfly dieIf you tear off its wings?It's not jealousyIn the classical sense. I'm black and blueCome tickle me pinkThe memories smileLift me out of the drinkIt's not sufferingIn the classical sense.

The 8th full-length Color Theory album features nine originals and an a-ha classic. Digital version remastered 11/1/11.

Color Theory is the electronic music project of American singer, keyboardist, and songwriter Brian Hazard. Hazard, the sole member of Color Theory, began studying the piano at the age of thirteen. He took sporadic lessons in high school while also playing piano in the school jazz band and mallet percussion in the drumline. In 1992, Hazard was awarded a Bachelor of Music degree in Piano Performance from California State University, Long Beach

Color Classics were a series of animated short films produced by Fleischer Studios for Paramount Pictures from 1934 to 1941 as a competitor to Walt Disney's Silly Symphonies. As the name implies, all of the shorts were made in color format, with the first entry of the series, Poor Cinderella (1934), being the first color cartoon produced by the Fleischer studio. There were 36 shorts produced in this series.

Color Theory, Huntington Beach, California. Listen now. K Views. Yesterday was a pleasant surprise. My new single Classic had a dramatic spike in this site plays - my most plays ever in a day by a large margin. Why? Because of a playlist called Release Radar, that this site automatically generates for each of its users.

Tracklist

1 Classic 4:49