Silver Bullets, 2015. Silver Bullets, 2015. Underwater Wasteland, 05:27. Liquid Situation, 00:50.
Silver Bullets, 2015. Now playing: Shawn Mendes Señorita. Like FM. Roxette The Look. Радио 7. Maroon 5 This Love.
Silver Bullets (LP, Album). Silver Bullets (CD, Album). Fire Records, Far South Records. Silver Bullets (CD, Album, Promo). Silver Bullets (LP, Album, Ltd, Sil). My favourite since Submarine Bells - but get yourself the vinyl version. Warm Waveform, 04:10.
If there is one characteristic that has defined the music of the New Zealand group the Chills over the course of their 35-year, on-and-off, up-and-down existence, it’s their ability to summon a kind of effortless beauty. Their first album in 19 years finds them doing what they do best. Featured Tracks: Play Track. Molten Gold" - The Chills Via SoundCloud. Warm Waveform" - The Chills Via SoundCloud
2015 Silver Bullets (29. 8 MB). cover. 5 GB. 143. 2 months ago. 1. 54. The Chills 2014 The BBC Sessions.
2015 Silver Bullets (29. 90. 7 KB. 01 Father Time. 5 MB. 06 Liquid Situation.
+ 1. Father Time (0:34) 2. Warm Waveform (4:10) 3. Silver Bullets (3:58) 4. Underwater. Underwater Wasteland (5:27) 5. America Says Hello (5:05) 6. Liquid Situation (0:50) 7. Pyramid, When the Poor Can Reach the Moon (8:03) 8. Aurora Corona (4:28) 9. I Can't Help You (3: 10) 10. Tomboy (4:42) 11. Molten Gold (3:25) +
Silver Bullets by The Chills, released 30 October 2015 1. Father Time 2. Warm Waveform 3. Silver Bullets 4. Underwater Wasteland 5. America Says Hello 6. Liquid Situation 7. Pyramid/When the Poor Can Reach the Moon 8. Aurora Corona 9. I Can't Help You 10. Tomboy 11.
Silver Bullets by The Chills, released 30 October 2015 1. Molten Gold Following on from ‘The BBC Sessions’ on Fire Records, The Chills release their first full length album in nearly two decades
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The Chills made a name for themselves in the '80s and '90s as one of the most tuneful and impressive indie rock bands from New Zealand, maybe the whole world. Their leader Martin Phillipps wrote plaintive and beautiful songs, then sung them in an honest voice that resonated deeply. After releasing many timeless singles and a few very good albums, the band fell apart in the early to mid-'90s, seemingly for good.