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No-Man - Flowermouth (CD, Album)

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  1. In No-Man released their second album Flowermouth. Although the band parted company with violinist Ben Coleman during the sessions, he made a significant contribution towards most of the tracks on the record. No-Man also stopped performing live in , and would not return to the stage until The move towards art-rock (–).
  2. Filter No-Man's back catalogue via studio albums, live albums and compilations. Each dedicated album page features biographies, streaming and more. Flowermouth Studio Albums. Loveblows & Lovecries – A Confession Studio Albums. Lovesighs – An Entertainment.
  3. Jul 24,  · With Flowermouth No-Man delivers their first full CD, showing they’re still alive. With the signing of a contract to a large recordcompany, there was time and money enough for a full album, which in spite of the multi-instrumental talents of Steven Wilson contains a list of well-known guest musicians.
  4. Aug 18,  · referencing Flowermouth, CD, Album, RE, RM, SDPCD As I listen to No-Man's Flowermouth again, I can't help sharing an opinion on the band. I'm not a big Porcupine Tree fan/5().
  5. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Flowermouth - No-Man on AllMusic - - Things were better honed for No-Man on 8/
  6. Flowermouth. Flowermouth is the second studio album by British duo No-Man, released in on the One Little Indian Records label, and subsequently reissued on September, by 3rd. Stone Ltd, and in a deluxe format by Snapper Music in February
  7. Find album release information for Flowermouth - No-Man on AllMusic. Find album release information for Flowermouth - No-Man on AllMusic AllMusic. New Releases. Featured New Releases; Editors' Choice; All New Releases CD: Flowermouth: Third Stone STONE CD 8/
  8. Feb 06,  · Originally released in , TOGETHER WE'RE STRANGER saw No-Man (the duo of Tim Bowness and Porcupine Tree's Steven Wilson) further extending the reach of it's panoramic soundscapes and cracked, mournful, ballads/5(52).

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