Windmills By The Ocean was originally released on LP and CD by Robotic Empire ww. oboticempire. released June 6, 2006. supported by 7 fans who also own Windmills By The Ocean. Clifford Meyer of Isis project nuff fucking said. AbNormal Listening Habits. The Fear Is Excruciating, But Therein Lies The Answer by Red Sparowes. supported by 6 fans who also own Windmills By The Ocean. Hey, you! You say that you're a lover of post-rock music. If you don't have something composed by Red Sparrowes in your collection, you're not a real fan of post-rock or else you just missed something really, really good in the genre! Dann 'the djentle giant'.
Recorded at Small Church Studios, August 2003 Mixed at Red Rooms Studios, November 2005 Mastered in April 2006. Matrix, Runout (Side i, stamped): PIRATES PRESS ROBO066 A 66879E1/A. Matrix, Runout (Side ii, stamped): PIRATES PRESS ROBO066 B 66879E2/A. Other Versions (4 of 4) View All. Cat.
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Windmills by the Ocean is the title of a recently unearthed recording from August 2003, the sole output of Boston natives Mike Davis, Dave Dunbar, Brooke Gillespie, Bryant Clifford Meyer and Thos Niles. Since the project's beginning and end, the creators have continued on in such bands as 27, Anodyne, ISIS, and Red Sparowes, but the relevancy of this intense recording can be most appreciated now, three years after it's conception.
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In the album/EP's sub-30-minute runtime the band takes the listener on a psychedelic trip through numerous microgenres and styles, only to plaster an utterly befuddled expression onto the face of the listener by its end. The first thing you need to know going into this is that it is repetitive and it is minimalistic. If your attention span is already dozing off at this point, it's time to forget about even trying this album.
1. Undecided (6:54) 2. Blasphemy (6:35) 3. I Try (6:32) 4. Disintegration (9:01) 5. Blood On Our Souls (9:42).