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Артист: Dead Heroes Club Название: Everything Is Connected Жанр: Progressive Rock Год выхода: 2013 Label: DHC recordings / DHC003 О музыке:
Irish outfit DEAD HEROES CLUB was formed sometime after the millenium, when Gerry McGerigal (guitars, vocals), Liam
Campbell (vocals, guitars) and Mickey Gallagher (drums, percussion) decided to form a band of their own. They all had previous experience in different
bands, and all of them had become tired of playing only plain mainstream-oriented pop and rock music - and all shared a passion for progressive rock
from the 70's and 80's.
With an aim to form a band creating an playing adventurous music that appealed to the mind the trio went out looking for other musicians in their
native Ireland that would find this vision intriguing. When discussion such a possible addition a name kept popping up in conversations - Charlie
Coyle. And it soon turned out that he was interested, and besides providing the bass guitar the so far unnamed band needed he also turned out to be an
accomplished keyboard player; and as such covering both instruments needed for the band to record their compositions, as they at that time had yet to
find a suitable keyboard player.
Besides jamming, rehearsing and covering classic progressive rock tunes the band got busy writing material next, with Coyle and Campbell both filling
in on keyboards when needed.
It didn't take them long to have an albums's worth of songs, and recording sessions in several different studios soon followed. Around this
time the quartet also settled on Dead Heroes Club as a suitable band name. The choice of name also had a direct impact on the cover art of their
forthcoming debut album - depicting various dead heroes of the past picked by the band members.
Just prior to the release of the band's self-titled debut in 2004 they found a keyboard player as well - in the shape of Chris Norby. He hooked
up with the band, and with a full line-up in place performing their music in a live setting became viable.
various gigs was to be the main order of the day for the next few years, besides writing new material, rehearsals - and the obligatory line-up change.
Coyle left the band, and new man in was Wilson Graham (bass, vocals).
In early summer 2009 Dead Heroes Club issued their second album; A Time Of Shadow, with various concerts in Ireland following to promote this latest
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1. The Hunger (7.20)
2. Truth (5.28)
3. Machine in the Garden (10.01)
4. We Breathe Together (8.29)
5. Exit the Queen (3.56)
6. Sale of the Century (8.36)
7. Watching Waiting Man (5.37)