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91 - Bon Savants - Post Rock Defends The Nation (CD, Album)

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  1. Zugrel
    A playlist for Non-Stop Rock - updated weekly!. Listen on demand and play the songs using no wifi internet with a subscription.
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  2. Kazrall
    Jan 01,  · Listen to your favorite songs from Post Rock Defends the Nation [Explicit] by Bon Savants Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.
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  3. Milrajas
    The Real Rock Nation. K likes. WE ARE THE COUNTER CULTURE!!! Follow the band on YouTube & Twitter @RNMOVEMENT, & Vaughn @VAUGHNMURPHY EMAIL US @ [email protected] OR CALL US @.
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  4. Tora
    Long ago and far away I heard the Bon Savants on public radio and was immediately hooked. Post Rock Defends the Nation is comprised of beautifully crafted songs and lyrics that are heart-wrenching without falling into the gaping pit of songwriting cliche. This album has wound up being the benchmark by which I rate all new music.4/5(4).
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  5. Zulutilar
    Bon Savants perform "Between the Moon and the Ocean" from the album "Post Rock Defends the Nation". Recorded live at New Alliance Studio, Cambridge, MA for WFNX. Audio recording by Jon Taft .
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  6. Zulugar
    It may not be a unique sound by any stretch of the imagination, but the Bon Savants do a fair job of making it their own. As far as tracks go, "What We Need." is a poor lead-in to Post Rock Defends the Nation. Its stale snare-and-guitar center is relatively unimpressive and, lyrically, the song comes across like an abridged version of any one of Chuck Klosterman's self-destructive road trips of literary .
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  7. Marisar
    This is a list taken from a book by Martin Popoff. The ranking was made with polls all around the world and not by Popoff himself. Not all of the albums can be considered as metal. But bands like Queen or Jimi Hendrix for example were important for the evolution of Heavy Metal. Fore every album I choose a positive ( stars and more) review written by various RYMers.
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  8. Musar
    Bon Savants and Indie-Rocket Science. December 18, • In what may be rock's best-ever day job, Thom Moran, lead singer of Boston's Bon Savants, moonlights as a rocket scientist at MIT. On.
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