Ghost Harmonics Manchester, UK. placeholder. Minimalist drones of usually one note and various harmonics and subtle variations in sound. Video introduction: vimeo.
(Waiting For) The Ghost-Train" is a single by Madness. Released in 1986 shortly after the band announced it was to split, it was their last single prior to getting back together in 1992. It spent nine weeks in the UK charts, peaking at number 18. The song first appeared on an album on the band's 1986's Utter Madness greatest hits compilation, issued one month after its single release. Upon release, Anna Martin of Number One stated: "Reminiscent of the classic sound of "Grey Day" and "The Sun and the Rain", the chorus follows in the great tradition of sing-a-long-ability and ends in a big, sweeping crescendo that signals the en. Simon Mills of Smash Hits related the song to the band's recent material of that time: "Their "farewell single" is more of the same doomy stuff about an unfortunate bunch of folk who are all waiting for this train that never comes. Although not on a studio album, it was on the band's second singles compilation album, "Utter Madness".
Lyrics submitted by Zealot. (Waiting for) the Ghost Train" as written by Christopher John Foreman Cathal Joseph Smyth. Waiting For) The Ghost Train song meanings
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